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Old 10-13-2016, 03:52 PM   #1
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Seasick on land

We just bought a 2017 Redhawk 26x1 and had no idea they moved so much. We used to have a sailboat but this motion is different. So, do the Hydraulic Stabilizers really help this and where can you get the installed? The place we bought the RV said they can't install. Is Michigan our only option?
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Old 10-13-2016, 04:27 PM   #2
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Check out this discussion on the topic;
http://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/f5...cks-24411.html
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Old 10-14-2016, 10:30 AM   #3
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We have the auto levelers on our Redhawk and notice a lot less movement than our Jay Flight. After we added new front and rear sway bars the movement was further reduced to barely noticeable.
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Good to know it makes a difference. Did you have them installed? Camping World just said they can do it but I think they are different than what Jayco normally uses.
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Oh God don't let Camping World do it ....
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Really? Glad I mentioned it, did you have a problem with them.
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Google Camping World. Search this forum. Many (including myself) would only buy toilet paper and RV anti-freeze from Camping World. Ugh.
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I'd go straight to the source if I could:

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We have the auto levelers on our Redhawk and notice a lot less movement than our Jay Flight. After we added new front and rear sway bars the movement was further reduced to barely noticeable.
I just noticed you named your RV Lucy. I was going to call ours that because of The Long, Long Trailer with Lucy & Desi. I saw it as a child and ever since that is what I wanted to do. It's funny because it should have turned me against it and I recently got the DVD, but wanted a drivable rv so I could ride in the back. We will probably call ours The Boat because we used to have a boat and I keep saying put it in the boat.
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Google Camping World. Search this forum. Many (including myself) would only buy toilet paper and RV anti-freeze from Camping World. Ugh.
And they are both cheaper and the same thing at Walmart.
FYI, we have used Scott one ply for years and it's even cheaper than what either company sells as RV paper.
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