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Old 01-01-2015, 09:01 AM   #1
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Foot pads for ROO

We have a 23RS and I was looking to install foot pads. I had some on my PUP and loved them so I'd like some for my ROO, less wood to bring. I see some on Amazon, BAL R.V. Group 23200 Foot Pads. Would anybody here have these? Would they fit?
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Old 01-01-2015, 05:23 PM   #2
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my 2007 Roo 23SS came with these exact pads, standard.
do newer Roos/Shamrocks no longer have them?
what do they have now? scissor jacks or something else?

though i still use wood, because not all sites are level.
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The scissor jacks don't come with pads. Not usually. But they are used to stabilize, not to level.


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Strange my 2014 Shamrock, 21SSL, came with the foot pads. I also use 6X8 wood blocks to shorten the travel, & screwed some screen door handles on them for easy maneuvering.
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The scissor jacks don't come with pads. Not usually. But they are used to stabilize, not to level.
i know that they are stabilizers, not levelers. but you still will need wood or Lynx-type of pads, to build up on unlevel campsites.
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My trailer is in storage for the winter but I just went to see it. It does have pads. I'm not sure why I thought it didn't. I thought they were smaller than that but they are about 6x8. I wish they were bigger and I didn't have to bring wood. Maybe I could go to a machine shop and get some metal pads cut and I could bolt them on. I just bought some Anderson levelers from Amazon. Can wait to try them.


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I have a 1/2 dozen pieces of 10x10 aluminum scaffold planks which work great
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Old 03-31-2015, 09:17 PM   #8
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This is what I did to my 6 pads and for some others. Not having to store them is a BIG plus for this lazy old man.
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After the issues we had last year I don't mind the wood and yellow plastic leveling blocks works every time now and fits in a milk crate so prefer not hard mounting them


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After the issues we had last year I don't mind the wood and yellow plastic leveling blocks works every time now and fits in a milk crate so prefer not hard mounting them
I just don't like having to store extra stuff.
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