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Old 05-04-2013, 07:43 PM   #1
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Got new eagle uncovered

So, I am sitting in my camper typing this now, as she is all set up in my driveway. Tried the hot water heater,AC, two refrdges all seems to be OK right now. Sitting on the couch now thinking dam this feels like I'm in a house. And the glacier package with the gas windows wow, gotta sleep with them open. Was wondering if anyone who has the electric stabilizer jacks could tell me now much pressure do you put on them to stabilize your camper. They seem like the want to keep going. Also why is the linollium in here so slippery like an ice skating rink. But dang how much I love this camper. She is so sweet. We just had four adults and three kids in here and there is lots of room so cool. I have to get some pics up soon .


2013 JAYCO EAGLE 314BDS(Ordered)
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Old 05-05-2013, 08:25 AM   #2
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Unfortunately my 2012 Eagle 320 is still covered, but not for long as my first trip will be soon. I have electric stabilizers and I just "firm" them up after they make contact with the blocks or ground. I usually get about a 1/2 to 1in rise especially in the back. Remember, less travel on the stabilizers means you'll be more stable so block 'em up. To add in more stability, get the Balco between the wheel X chocks as they virtually eliminate front to rear roll. As far as my slick linoleum, I put down carpet matching non skid runner rugs. feels good under foot on those cool mornings. Congrats on the new Eagle, Terry
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