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Old 09-14-2013, 11:53 PM   #31
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We have been using another brand of permanently installed stabilizers for almost 8 years & they not only worked great with our regular jack system but are awesome with the Big Foot Leveling system we added in 2009. Because these leveling systems are right behind the rear wheels, we did keep our rear jacks that were at the back of our rig which really helped the rear movement. Another plus is no tri pod to put up, take down or store. Hugs, Di
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Old 09-16-2013, 11:21 AM   #32
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Leveling Stability

Hi Boat.
I have same model RV and really like the [expensive] levelers! I wanted to be free of jacking and stuff so I wouldn't consider any additional manual devices. However, I did invest in a BSF FastJack tripod for the kingpin. The original idea was that since we have the washer/dryer up front the tripod would give some additional support, etc., especially for prolonged setups. I can't say for sure but it seems that the tripod minimized any "walk around shakes"...that was the only thing we changed so I am believing it helped...not perfect but for well under a hundred dollars seems to do something...piece of mind too! Got it at Camping World.
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