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Old 02-11-2016, 11:53 AM   #1
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Steady fast

Hi folks, I really like this group. I have gotten good advice and answers from this group. I purchase this 2010 roo 23ss in Huntsville. I do not know the story behind the trailer, but I do know that it smells new inside and it looks new outside. I am planing on doing many modes and will show pics as I go along. I have been camping in some sort of RV for more than 40 years, only recently tried a hybrid, kiwi. The kiwi got total so I decided to go over to roo, it is our dream trailer anyway. Hybrids have all sorts of different issues, my bunks did not leaked on the kiwi but the roof did. Anyway fast forward to roo, some where in this Roos life someone had installed the steady fast stabilizer. I now feel embarrassed, that after so many years of RVing I had never heard or seen this product. In actual use, you do not have to put brakes on the wheels, the trailer is not going anywhere.

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Old 02-11-2016, 01:38 PM   #2
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The SteadyFast stabilizers that I know are simply triangulation. They take the shake and movement out of a camper.

They are not for keeping the camper from rolling away- for that, you should use wheel chocks.
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