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Old 07-26-2020, 02:13 PM   #1
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Using stabilizers

My wife and I recently bought a 2020 Eagle HT 30.5CKTS.
I'm wondering if the tripod stabilizer that goes under the king pin
really is worth it. Can you tell alot of difference? Thanks.
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Old 07-26-2020, 03:43 PM   #2
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WE could tell the difference and also us it to hold our flag pole mount.
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Old 07-26-2020, 07:43 PM   #3
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We use one on our Pinnacle. It helps with the nose bounce when walking fore and aft.
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My buddy has a 29.5 and he has the scissor jack style chocks between the wheels and his rear stabilizer jacks put down at various levels and still has a LOT of movement in the front end. He bought one of those tripod style supports for the kingpin and what a difference that made. I was REALLY impressed.
We tried in on my Northpoint and it made some difference but not much because for some reason I just don't get any movement in mine.
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I have the Eagle HT 36.5BHs. Yes there is less shaking with the tripod stabilizer.
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We had a Cougar w/out auto level. Old style scissor jacks in the back. It made it slightly better. We bought the North Point with auto level I found it was un-necessary for us and sold it. For us, the NP is very stable with the 6 point system w/out the need for extra gear. One less bulky item to haul around.
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I thought this was a must so bought one before we picked up our NorthPoint 383FKWS back in Feb. But as others have said, with the 6 point stabilization, didn't notice much movement in the front. Probably will stop taking it as it adds a lot of weight to carry.
I do think we will be getting the Valterra 020106 RV stabilizer for the Back - back bounces slightly
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