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Old 05-26-2013, 09:55 AM   #1
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I seen pictures but now canít find them now... Help

Some time back I seen an ingenious idea using a 2x12 cut into sections and notched in the center so that 2 pieces slide together and give you a 12” high stabilizing pad that can give you the height you need when you’re on uneven ground. My Forest River MAC BR28TSC is an off road set up unit and leveling and stabilizing is a task as you will see in the picture with the height of the unit. Any help finding the Pictures from that post would be greatly helpful. THANKS!!
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Some time back I seen an ingenious idea using a 2x12 cut into sections and notched in the center so that 2 pieces slide together and give you a 12” high stabilizing pad that can give you the height you need when you’re on uneven ground. My Forest River MAC BR28TSC is an off road set up unit and leveling and stabilizing is a task as you will see in the picture with the height of the unit. Any help finding the Pictures from that post would be greatly helpful. THANKS!!
Pm oldcoot he may be the culprit in this ingenious idea.

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