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Old 07-14-2012, 09:02 PM   #11
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I was thinking of getting the steadyfast system for my 324BHDS. How do you like yours? Is it still doing well?
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Old 10-24-2013, 12:48 PM   #12
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Sorry to revive an old thread but I just bought a Steadyfast system and would also love to see pictures of your install, especially if you have an enclosed underbelly on your TT. Can't really say I'm looking forward to messing with 300 little zip screws!
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I will try and get some pictures the next time I see my camper so that you have an idea of what the install looks like. I can say though that I didn't have to remove any of the enclosed underbelly to do any of the install. I used the self tapping screws that came with the kit and just made sure to stay away from the plumbing. I think I did stick my fingers up under the underbelly to make sure that there was nothing right on the frame rail above where I was drilling, but it was pretty easy. I think that I could actually see in between the gaps for most of the brackets; there was only one where I had to do some guesswork.
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That's great to hear, I was worried about that plastic! I was thinking I may pull out a couple just to give me some sight line to the frame and make sure we're clear. Thanks for posting back, I'll let you know how it goes!
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Old 10-27-2013, 07:04 PM   #15
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I installed my 2 point (basic) Steadyfast System a couple of months ago. It made all the difference in the world for stabilizing my 2009 32BHDS. It was completely solid on my concrete driveway. I presently have it on grass and sand in and it has taken out 85 to 90% of the shake. I think my problem is with my wood blocks. I feel that it was a well spent $300.00 to get it to my door. Steadyfast is with you all the way if you have any problems/concerns with the system. Steadyfast had a special going for $310.00 with free shipping a few weeks back. I asked for and got a $10.00 discount for either old age or my retired military discount. Great experience so far.
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