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Old 08-24-2013, 08:05 AM   #1
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Stabilizer Jack Removal

Anyone use these??

And how do I remove the stabilizer jacks?? I am so thru with these things bending on our crappy roads here at home.


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Old 08-24-2013, 10:33 PM   #2
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You may want to check out thread I had started and check out the replies. Based on the feedback, I ended up picking up a set for the rears and put it on prior to taking off on last trip. Remember to use safety goggles when drilling - I had on regular glasses and some debris did end up on my eye which was uncomfortable. The stabilizer jacks are just held on with 4 bolt and nuts each from the factory and are no problem to remove with standard hand tools. The kit comes with replacement ones (slightly smaller) and on mine, required drilling to mount to the base portion to the frame and the other half mounts to the stabilizer jacks with the included new carriage bolts. Once done, it's a quick to pull them off to tow and once there, easy to put back on. Worked well for me.
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