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Old 06-08-2013, 09:16 PM   #21
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Between the "Plug it Right" stabilizer's and the Reico Titan Leveling system I installed, our Pinnacle is rock solid and setup is a breeze.
The Reico Titan Leveling system allows me to get the weight off the axles and the stabilizer's take the rest of the movement out.
Very solid even when running the Washer / Dryer !!!!
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Old 06-09-2013, 12:16 AM   #22
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I'm sure glad this got posted. We need something for our trailer and I was going to make my own but but I like the idea of Steadyfast system. As mentioned earlier by others , after leveling the trailer and getting the Xchocks on and getting the stabilizers down I'm ready for a beer. Don't want to fool around with too much more after that. I also dont mind spending extra time installing if thats whats needed. Never heard of the Plug it system. Will have too look into that.
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Old 06-15-2013, 02:42 PM   #23
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Finished the Steadyfast install. It's pretty straight forward, but I did question how far the side brace needs to be. That was until I actually got under there, then it became clear. There was really only one place realistically where it could go. On the BHLT there's 2 different size I beams. The one in the front is 2 3/8", while the one in the rear is 2". That required to use both install methods. Once the holes were drilled, installing the self tapping screws was a piece of cake with a 3/8" air impact gun.

I tightened everything down, and the wiggle test shows a big improvement. I really can't test in the driveway, but I'm really looking forward to a steady camper.
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