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Old 08-31-2013, 09:31 PM   #1
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Stabi-Lite stabilizer

No one talks anything about Stabi-Lite stabilizers. My friend has them on his
Winnebago View and they work great. They mount in the middle of the coach
so it equalizes the whole frame. They are electric not hydraulic and fully
automatic. Here's the web page:
Stabi-Lite Electric Class C System (Sprinter Chassis) | Electric Jacks | Class C Motor Homes | Motorhome | Online Store | Equalizer Systems | A Days Company | Official Site
I also got them too.
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Old 08-31-2013, 10:22 PM   #2
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No one talks anything about Stabi-Lite stabilizers. My friend has them on his
Winnebago View and they work great. They mount in the middle of the coach
so it equalizes the whole frame. They are electric not hydraulic and fully
automatic. Here's the web page:
Stabi-Lite Electric Class C System (Sprinter Chassis) | Electric Jacks | Class C Motor Homes | Motorhome | Online Store | Equalizer Systems | A Days Company | Official Site
I also got them too.
Looks good. Will give it some thought. Does it help a lot? I'm not positive if the wobble of one of us is walking around is worth the cost of the above, but again, maybe!!!
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Old 08-31-2013, 11:07 PM   #3
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If I've learned anything about the Solera, it's that weight is a precious commodity on these units. I'll tolerate a little bit of bounce rather than add more weight to a Motorhome that's going to be close to overweight every time I take it out.
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Old 09-01-2013, 12:58 AM   #4
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I actually thought about buying those but worried the electric motor might fail
I called company and you can lower manually
But the wife is happy with the jack stands for now
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Old 09-16-2013, 11:12 PM   #5
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For Sandiegodoug, what kind of jack stands do you recommend? Thanks...PaDawg
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Old 09-16-2013, 11:37 PM   #6
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I bought a couple of 4000lb hydrolic jacks from harbor freight about 20 bucks each on sale and a couple of jack stands which I set them on
I pump them up and the back goes up about 1 inch. The jacks are placed under the bolts that hold the tow bar on.
It takes most of the sway out and I didn't want to crawl under my rig and if I forget to remove they just fall away as I drive off
I like the big foot system which u can buy for about 1500 but didn't want to give up any ground clearance and also watched the video on the electric ones which were about half the price
For now I'm going to live with my 60 dollar solution. And buy a solar system instead since we like to dry camp at the beach
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