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Old 07-08-2012, 10:00 PM   #1
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Stablizer jacks

Just got back from another great weekend of camping at Mt. Charleston just outside of Las Vegas. With a high of 80- we can live with that. Did get to try out the new stabilizer jacks that I installed. The "cheap" ones that came with the trailer bent after using a cordless impact driver to raise and lower them. We went with a big upgrade by getting the 7500 pound units and installed them the right way by bolting them to their mount points instead of the puny #6 sheet metal screws that were put in at the factory. Made a big difference in leveling our unit and our camper doesn't "rock" when people move about in it. Draw back is the extra weight. Probably picked up 70 more pounds- but they work great so I can overlook that!

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