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Old 12-02-2023, 02:28 PM   #1
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Bungalow Rocking

I HAVE A 2018 JAY FLIGHT BUGALOW THAT I CAN'T STABLIZE. i HAVE FOUR CORNER STABILIZERS AT EACH CORNER AND FOUR ADDITIONAL TWO ON EACH SIDE AND THIS THING STILLS ROCKS LIKE I'M FLOATING ON A LAKE. CAN ANYONE GIVE ME ANY HELP.
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Old 12-02-2023, 02:33 PM   #2
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Put x-chocks on the tires, youíll be amazed how well they work.
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Old 12-02-2023, 07:29 PM   #3
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Please turn your caps lock off.

I agree with Mark B, you want something to stop your tires from rocking back and forth. Go outside and watch the wheels as someone walks around inside, you'll see the wheels rolling slightly, that is where you are getting most of that movement feeling.

I'm guessing this is at a permanent or semi permanent site? If so, perhaps you consider putting it up on some cinderblock piers at the corners, then every 10 feet or so. Once you have it nice and sturdy, let the air out of the tires to settle all the weight on the piers so your tires and suspension aren't holding it up at all.
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I agree with Spoon Did the same with our bungalow and it was steady No rocking or movement at all
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If you can't put up some concrete blocks to stabilize it try some wheel chock stabilizer. Not as good as posts but does help. Better than nothing for non-permanent setups.
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