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Old 05-05-2011, 04:14 PM   #1
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Center stabilizer jacks

I have a Rockwood Windjammer and I'd like to install stabilizer jacks near tha axles to help with frame flex when we camp. It has an enclosed underbelly so the frame isn't exposed. This will make the task a bit more difficult. I could just store the scissor jacks and use them as needed but I'd really like to fasten them to the frame.
Has anyone with an enclosed underbelly on their TT done this?

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Old 05-05-2011, 04:49 PM   #2
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I have a enclosed underbelly on my 2011 2902SS. I added the Steady Fast system (SteadyFast: 5th Wheel and RV Travel Trailer Stabilizer System) and I had to cut away the material and the wood and I made 1'' thick aluminum blocks to make up the space. I will be adding scissor jacks just behind the wheels to get rid of the bounce, I will also have to cut away the material and make blocks to make up for the thickness
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