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Old 12-19-2016, 03:24 PM   #1
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Installing wheel chocks in 4113 Seismic

We just bought a new 4113. The Jayco website claims the Seismics have steel backing plates for mounting wheel chocks. Since the garage floor is insulated, I can't see where framing members or where the backing plates are located. I have contacted the dealer who had no info but, was going to contact Jayco to get the info. Still waiting to hear back. I am hoping someone here can shed some light on how to locate the backing plates.
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Welcome to JOF! Hopefully someone will chime in on your question.
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Old 12-19-2016, 04:11 PM   #3
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We just bought a new 4113. The Jayco website claims the Seismics have steel backing plates for mounting wheel chocks. Since the garage floor is insulated, I can't see where framing members or where the backing plates are located. I have contacted the dealer who had no info but, was going to contact Jayco to get the info. Still waiting to hear back. I am hoping someone here can shed some light on how to locate the backing plates.


I just ordered a 4113 sight unseen how do you like it?


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Old 12-19-2016, 04:45 PM   #4
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So far we like it. We have only had it about two weeks and have not really used it yet. This is the first RV we've owned so, it is a large learning curve. It is parked in the driveway right now. I read the manuals and go out, locate and play with what I just read about. Dealer has winterized all the water systems so I haven't really done much with them. Have found a couple of minor issues but, nothing that makes me regret the purchase as yet.
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Congratulations on your Seismic and welcome to the forum.
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