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Old 09-22-2016, 12:53 PM   #11
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we bought these last year and have used them this entire year - the only issue we've had is them collecting water (which the new version takes care of) makes our leveling so much easier now.
We've driven about 2500 miles with them on, and no issues with them coming off.

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Old 09-22-2016, 01:35 PM   #12
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Actually, the requirement is for trailer stabilizers and possibly levelers that have very small, or non existent pads (feet). If you are able to install the rubber pads you are talking about your levelling pads (feet) are probably 9 inch and you would not be required to place something under them. The reason a requirement exists at the campground is due to stabilizers gouging out the asphalt. I have stayed there many times in a MH with 9 inch levelling pads (feet) and not have to use anything under them. There is a sign posted for this requirement but an inquire would have clarified it.
Please, don't misunderstand why I posted this. I am not complaining about the requirement or what type/size leveler/stabilizer needs the pads.
It was the surprise that a product exists that my sister-in-law and I were discussing. Neither of us knew these pads existed. I'm surprised that many folks already knew they did. Kinda a funny (ha-ha) moment.
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Old 09-22-2016, 06:22 PM   #13
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Don't have my coach here now to check, are there 6 jacks on the 30DS?
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Old 09-22-2016, 07:07 PM   #14
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I am going to check tomorrow if our 9" pads can be replaced with the Lippert 12" pads. I have issues at my home where it is parked in grass.

If not I'm gonna try these slip-ons!
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Old 09-22-2016, 07:37 PM   #15
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Don't have my coach here now to check, are there 6 jacks on the 30DS?

Nope. Only 4.


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Old 09-22-2016, 09:29 PM   #16
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Amazon has a 4 pack available.
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Amazon has a 4 pack available.
You can actually get a 4 pack from the mfg for $5 less plus free shipping. Nice if your not an Amazon Prime member.. Get the xtra model...

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Well, here we were all excited about these. Skip said, "You know, I think our levelers are square." Sure enough, they are. So, until they come out with a set for Bigfoot levelers, we'll have to keep using our jack pads.
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Found part numbers for the 12" pads from LCI. ( 117238 12” Foot Pad for Leveling Jacks - Optional )

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Well, here we were all excited about these. Skip said, "You know, I think our levelers are square." Sure enough, they are. So, until they come out with a set for Bigfoot levelers, we'll have to keep using our jack pads.
The only time I put something under my big foot levelers is if i need more height or there is mud.

Do you have problems with yours sinking?
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