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Old 10-15-2007, 05:05 AM   #11
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Not what you think Weishman599, LOL I was refuring to the motion I get when I am unhooked from my suburban and all set up. You know what I mean? The camper is level, the jacks are down and then it's time to pop a cold one. Was able to stop it from moving from front to back, but left to right is a nother problem. The think I know what the problem is. Poor engineering, the type of jack I have are the type that fold down,I don't know the proper name for them,but they are not sessor. I noticed that when they are down they turn into a fulcrum, a pivet point in the center of the camper both front and back. And speaking about the back, the jacks are mounted on a small piece of angle iron that is attached in only two places, each end of the bumber with no support in the the center. There is alot of flexing going here even when the wind blows. I made some chances, but I think I am going to replace them with sessor type.

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Old 10-15-2007, 08:02 AM   #12
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Old 10-15-2007, 04:38 PM   #13
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THanks for the Welcome, Rockwood06, I dont really know how I came up with the name, just kind of hit me like a Rock. We used to own a Cabana and my old name was Campincabana.

NDJollyMon, why does your name ring a bell?

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