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Old 09-10-2014, 10:02 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by 3'senough View Post
I put a set of Husky stabilizers on my unit and they are far and above BAL that I had on the last unit.
I changed my 4 OEM stabs for 4 HUSKY stabs - what a difference!!! The HUSKY stabs are more heavy duty than the crappy Chinese OEM stabs and they raise/lower a lot smoother than my old ones.

Originally Posted by nylyon View Post
I think that you need a combination of things. I have Steady Fast stabilizers on my 5th. It takes out a lot of the movement, but not all.
I too added the STEADYFAST system to my 34' TT - what a difference they made!!! Installation takes a little over 1/2 a day but it is so worth it. Prior to the addition, my kids would roll around in the rear bunk and I would feel it all the way in the front bedroom but now the TT is rock steady (I'd estimate it took out 90-95% of the "jiggles"). Plus the system is so easy to use - raises and lowers with the Scissor jacks, and then you simply tighten the oversized wingnut on the crossbars and voila - you're done.

Originally Posted by nylyon View Post
Add to that the X-Chock and you are likely to get rid of most of the movement.
Out of habit, I also still use the BAL X-CHOCKS between the wheels as an added measure -- not sure if they make that big of a difference now that I added the STEADYFAST.

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Old 09-10-2014, 11:25 AM   #22
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PowerTwin II-30" Electric RV Leveling Stabilizer

Followup pics of my install of PowerTwin II-30" Electric RV Leveling Stabilizer on my 2014 Jayco Eagle 338 rlts. Now I can level and stabilize at the touch of a button. Total cost about $600.
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