As mentioned previously, the side-to-side movement is greatly reduced with the cross-arm stabilizers, but there's still a fair bit of bounce and front-to-back movement.
I'm still planning on adding some BAL/JT stabilizers front-to-back, likely on both the front jacks and rear stabilizers.
I'm also considering mounting some stabilizers/jacks near the wheels.
Since the main chassis is pretty well covered, and I'd like to avoid removing too much of it (and would prefer to use bolts rather than self-tappers), and since many scissors-jacks top-out around 24" and my chassis is at 23", I was thinking of using scissor-jacks on the suspension sub-frame (whether the jacks are bolted on to there, or just free-standing.
Any reason why I should avoid using scissor jacks on the sub-frame ? (whether attached or free-standing)
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