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Old 10-02-2016, 08:40 AM   #1
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Electric stabilizers Flagstaff Super V - still shaking

My 2016 27vrl has the electric stabilizers on the four corners. I added 24" BAL manual scissors to the front and it helped up front a little. My leveling procedure is to have drivers side slightly higher cause all slides on that side. I then let down stabilizers on that side, extend the slides, then deploy passenger side stabilizers.

The thing still shakes left and right as if on a center axis.

I bought two 30" scissors wanted to put them behind the tires but enclosed belly not sure on attachment. I noticed when setting up last Thursday that the center of the power stabilizers, the bar that holds the screw that spans the width, bows when the movement occurs. Should I put the 30s in the back? In place of the power ones or at the factory spots under back bumper (factory mounting point un-used).

2016 Flagstaff 27VRL with overloaded tires from factory
2015 Chevy Silverado
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Old 10-02-2016, 03:31 PM   #2
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Well... I see one problem...the part the power Jacks bolts too has too much give.
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2016 Flagstaff 27VRL with overloaded tires from factory
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