Electric stabilizer trick
After discovering that the manual stab crank fits the screw on the street side of Rocky (the motor is attached on the curb side), I realized I could add extra torque to the stabilizers.
Put the stabs down, stopping as the motor begins to complain. Grab the long crank handle used for manual slide operation; it fits the stabs, too. Attach it to the street side end of the screw and hump down on the crank, squeezing out another turn. Makes a big difference in stabilizing the TT.
Wright and Penny
2010 Tundra 4X4 5.7L V8
2014 Rockwood 2604WS
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