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Old 04-08-2015, 08:43 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by Rockwoodjoe View Post
I have the Dexter Torflex axles on my Rockwood 2703ws and I need to change a tire. My friend gave me a wood ramp to drive the good tire up on but I am concerned that this could damage the axle. I know the electric stabilizer jacks won't lift this unit. Should I invest in a bottle jack (Harbor Freight sells a 4 ton for $19.99) or can I use the scissor jack that came with my F-150. Where to I place the jack to lift the trailer?
You won't damage the axle by driving up the ramp, BUT if you want to jack the tire up, DO NOT JACK ON ANY TORSION AXLE. Jack on the frame BETWEEN the axles.

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Old 04-08-2015, 08:52 AM   #12
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Why can't prime Time mark the jack points on their RVs???? This is one of the problems with RV manufacturers - lack of quality!!!! This post offers several suggestions by owners but some do not work in my case AND Prime Time has remained silent like they do on may other topics. I really feel Prime Time needs to create a team that includes their techs, engineers AND RV owners to improve their products. like I've said in the past, I like my 2013 Sanibel 3600 but there is room for improvement and a collaborative effort can accomplish this.....

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