Securing Bedroom washer dryer for travel
Our stacked washer dryer was installed with 2 floor brackets at the front of the washer. That leaves the back of the units free to bounce up if the tow vehicle hits a bump. That would allow the front of the dryer to possibly hit the sliding mirrored door. For now I've used a skylight cushion folded in half, positioned between the top front of the dryer and the sliding door to prevent damage. Not sure if there's a better way to keep the stacker from moving against the door. Has anyone had damage to their door or installed something to secure for travel?
Dave and Ivy
2020 North Point 315RLTS
Ram 3500/Aisin CC, SB, SRW, Superglide
Firestone Ride-Rite Air bags, TST507 TPMS