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Old 10-16-2016, 03:07 PM   #61
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I have used them in the real world of camping (other than my driveway) and I have found some issues but they work great once set up. I just came back from site that was severely sloped and the back end was up in the air and the front end real close to the ground. Even tho the front ones were slanted because the drawback is there not adjustable but it still worked. The back ones I had to use a block of wood to raise the ground so they were at an angle to draw them together. Other than that it was awesome to use the trailer with no rocking 🤘🏼

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Old 10-17-2016, 06:25 AM   #62
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We found that we only needed them in the front when combined with the the OEM stabilizers in the back work of our 195RB. I can see that if we have a site that is much higher in the front there may be an issue fitting the wood stabilizers in place. Went to Acadia a couple of weeks ago and the site was off a little side to side, but I was able to place extra blocking on the low side.

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