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Old 04-23-2013, 07:01 PM   #1
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Has anybody used these specifically on a travel trailer? My travel trailer is on a seasonal site and has 4 scissor jacks. I was thinking maybe I could use a total of 4 (one on each jack), but want to eliminate as much movement as I can. I really do not want to spring for 8 total unless I have to!
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Has anybody used these specifically on a travel trailer? My travel trailer is on a seasonal site and has 4 scissor jacks. I was thinking maybe I could use a total of 4 (one on each jack), but want to eliminate as much movement as I can. I really do not want to spring for 8 total unless I have to!
If you're the slightest bit handy, you can make them from cargo bars. All you really need to do is make a mounting bracket, and since you're seasonal you don't have to worry too much about the pivoting. Cargo bars can be had for about $20 each
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