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Old 04-04-2015, 03:01 PM   #11
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Just to be clear here folks... I have never suggested I was trying to level the camper with these... I don't know where all of that came from.

However, even to 'stabilize' the camper, the things need to touch the ground...

Plus, they do seem just a bit flimsy for a larger camper like this. But, that said, they have done fine this weekend, so, case closed on my end.

Going to post some photos to the photo section where photos can be found...
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Just to be clear here folks... I have never suggested I was trying to level the camper with these... I don't know where all of that came from.
All "this" came from the OP's statement that his dealer told him that he could use his stabiizers to level with and his following question whether or not this was true

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Default Stabilizer jacks too short solution

Find a set of stacking aluminum screw type portable jacks.
I made pads for the tops.
Just place them in position under the stabilizers. They add about 10 inches and are compact to store.
These were very common so should be easy ti find.perhaps even new.
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Here is a look at the rear stabilizers...



So with blocks they do ok.
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