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Old 09-07-2014, 09:52 PM   #1
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Stabilizer jacks....

Okay, so we tried to rip the stabilizer jacks off our A122BH today...we were not successful. But we were successful in twisting them all out of shape. Thats what happens when you haven't lifted your jacks before you pull away. GRRR.... Does anyone know where we can order some new ones? And exactly what we need? Just four screws on each to replace so hubby wants to do it himself rather than have dealer do it.
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Old 09-07-2014, 09:58 PM   #2
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Stabilizer jacks....

Camping world has them. Also etrailer

You can find them at any RV store or site.

I did the same thing when I had a fiver.
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Old 09-07-2014, 09:58 PM   #3
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This is one of the easy BooBoo's to fix, seen some this summer.
Just go to a RV dealer with a good sized parts department and get a couple of 5000# jacks and run with them.
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Harbor Freight also have them.
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Old 09-08-2014, 12:51 AM   #5
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You can order them here for $50.

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Here is the link to the Harbor Freight leveler. At $ 32 each it might be worthwhile, compared to $50 for the stock part, to risk buying from Harbor Fright. Particularly if you have a store near you. At least since it doesn't have a cord, so it has a good chance of meeting expectations.

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Also try amazon.com; I've ordered a lot of RV stuff from them. Steve C.
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I bent the heck out of the rear passenger side jack the first time I backed into our driveway. I took it off and straightened it out. I fix stuff for a living so I'm good at that sort of thing and have all the tools I need.
I made a pair of skids(guards?) from 1.25"X .25" flat stock and welded them to the frame a few inches aft of the jacks. I probably voided the warranty on my brand new camper but to me it's better than bending my jacks again.
They worked just like I designed the second time I backed into the drive.

Next job a bigger battery tray. One big enough for 2 group 31deep cycle batteries and boxes. A single group24 "dual" purpose just ain't gonna cut it. M
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Stabilizer jacks....

You can use most any car support jack stand, in a pinch.
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