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Old 09-08-2016, 11:31 AM   #1
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Replacement Stabilizer Jack

I shmucked up one of my stabilizer jacks on my new 2502KS TT last weekend. I won't go into details other than to warn others not to trust rubber wheel chocks to hold on a grass side-to-side slope. They'll slide on wet grass.
I can't get to my trailer for a few days and I need to order a new stabilizer jack. I don't know what size/model is necessary. Can anyone recommend which model/size/weight capacity to match the others before the Boss notices?
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Old 09-09-2016, 04:06 AM   #2
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This is most likely what you are looking for.

https://store.lci1.com/ultra-lite-el...ite-switch-box

Only 4 bolts hold it on and its very easy to change.

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Thanks Herk,
Mine are manual scissor jacks and not the cool electric ones. But your response pointed me in the right direction (Lippert) and I was able to figure out what I needed there.
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Awesome.
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I just had my first rookie mistake camping this weekend for the first time in my rockwood by bending my back electric stabilizer trying to put it down to far. Any places out here with decent prices on them and can I do it myself with a set of wrenches?
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I just had my first rookie mistake camping this weekend for the first time in my rockwood by bending my back electric stabilizer trying to put it down to far. Any places out here with decent prices on them and can I do it myself with a set of wrenches?
I know we always say "do a search" before you ask; in this case, just scroll down

https://store.lci1.com/ultra-lite-el...ite-switch-box
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Old 09-12-2016, 04:23 PM   #7
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1Brownie,

If your rear stabilizer looks anything like the one in Hrek's photo, the leg/arm can be removed, straightened, strengthened, and replaced without much hassle. The entire rear stab (replacement) is about $400. It can be repaired for way less.
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Old 09-12-2016, 04:37 PM   #8
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I just had my first rookie mistake camping this weekend for the first time in my rockwood by bending my back electric stabilizer trying to put it down to far. Any places out here with decent prices on them and can I do it myself with a set of wrenches?
Where do you live? Are they as mangled as these? Bottom picture is just before they were re-installed as axle jack on Bob Caldwell's camper. They work just fine.
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yes in the photo but it just bent the u-channel arm. I don't see where I can buy that only, instead the entire system it looks like?
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I've not see replacement 'legs' just the side arms and the motor.

Remove and repair.
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