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Old 05-03-2017, 09:58 AM   #1
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Anderson Jack Blocks

Was thinking about getting some of these jack blocks to help stabilize my northpoint and avoid out of range on my auto level system. They are pricing so I wanted to see if anyone has experience with them.

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Old 05-03-2017, 10:14 AM   #2
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I use the Lego blocks to keep my jacks from over stroking. I will stack them until I have two inches or so between the foot and the blocks. I use them on the landing gear, rear levers and the stabilizers.


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Old 05-03-2017, 11:00 AM   #3
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If you don't want to spend $35.00 EACH

You can cut some 2 x 12 what ever length you want them......and make a bunch of them for $35.00
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I have 4 of them. I do like them a lot. Solid clean and easy to store as they stack on top of each other. At times can be very close when put under the jack. As of now very happy with them.
I don't use them on the front landing gear.
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I have 4 of them. I do like them a lot. Solid clean and easy to store as they stack on top of each other. At times can be very close when put under the jack. As of now very happy with them.
I don't use them on the front landing gear.


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So far I've not had a problem with mine. Has been very close at times. Now I did have my trailer raised up when I got it.

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Funny, the Anderson representative came to my store last week showing them to me. Very nice looking. Trying to get some demos for my 377

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I decided to try making 4 blocks myself before spreading $78 a pair. 4 levels of 2 by 6's for the middle stabilizing jacks and 3 levels for the 2 jacks in the rear. This is my first use but seem to be working well.


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I decided to try making 4 blocks myself before spreading $78 a pair. 4 levels of 2 by 6's for the middle stabilizing jacks and 3 levels for the 2 jacks in the rear. This is my first use but seem to be working well.


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