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Old 10-12-2014, 10:09 PM   #11
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Hey Couple--Jeff here. I had the same issue with the rocking when we first got our 24FBS. Have done a few things but I try to remember that it's a TT, not a house on a foundation. First I read on this forum that blocking under your 4 scissors jack will help so I always put 4-5 of those plastic leveling thingees under each jack and under the hitch too.That helped but not enough. Then I put on the X-Chocks which didn't do much for rocking but I think it's harder for the TT to roll down the hill if I have a senior moment while hitching/unhitching. Next I bought 2 retracting stabilizer bars and put one on front driver's corner and one on back curb side. That helps some more. Now I also put a platform under the 3 steps so the bounce is eliminated when you use the steps. All in all I am pretty satisfied with about 90-95% of the bouncing gone. The suggestion for 2 more centered scissor jacks sounds interesting....I'll have to think about that until next spring.
Let us know how things work out for you and Happy RVing.

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