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  1. mur9335
    05-20-2017 08:14 PM
    mur9335
    Reading your response to changing a flat. Good idea for the rear duals. Question is where to place the bottle jack on the front to change a front tire. Everyone that I have talked to at the RV and the Mercedes dealer says that Forest River removed the jack areas and we would need to call a service center to change a front flat. Going to Alaska in a couple of weeks and I am concerned about flat tires and where to position the jack for the front. Thanks
  2. Iceman from McMurdo
    Hi there Bob Dirt! Just bought a new Sunseeker 2400W and getting ready to install front and rear SumoSprings. I see where you just used your rear stabilizer jacks and a 4x4 block to lift the back end enough to slide the rear blocks into place, is that true? Doesn't look like it needs to come up much, but figured I'd have to lift using a small bottle jack. Don't want to risk damaging the rear stab jacks, but if they're strong enough to do the job, I can see where it'd save a lot of time. Can you pls confirm? Thanks!

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