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Old 06-30-2016, 01:06 AM   #1
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JT's Strongarm Help.

Our new TT came with the Bal "C-series" stabilizer racks. They are electric and have the C-series foot pad.

Based on what I read, the JT's seemed like a good idea. So I bought a set. The TT set comes with six stabilizers.

The problem is, I cannot figure out how to attach more than one stabilizer to each Jack ?? The instructions say to drill an extra hole in the stabilizer leg. But the side of the leg on the Bal Jack is not flat like the instructions show.??

I noticed the "Steadyfast" brand comes with foot pads that are recessed so you can bolt on more than one stabilizer on from the bottom.

Has anybody come up with a good solution ?
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Old 06-30-2016, 05:09 PM   #2
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OK. They are Jacks, not "racks"

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Old 06-30-2016, 06:48 PM   #3
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3 choices, drill the needed holes and mount slightly slanted or drill and shim the brackets straight or weld brackets on straight.
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Have you actually installed these on your coach ? If so, please post pictures of how you mounted two on one of the C-series jacks.
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Have you actually installed these on your coach ? If so, please post pictures of how you mounted two on one of the C-series jacks.
Don't know what C series jacks are, but here is what I fabricated on my 08 Flagstaff stab jack.
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Thanks. That looks like the C-series. Looks like your bracket is mounted to the foot pad.

Maybe I can mount something like that on mine. I don't have a welder, so I may have to countersink some flat head bolts up from the bottom and mount a bracket of some kind.
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