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Old 03-01-2014, 07:32 PM   #11
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We bought a pack of 4 and use all of them. One on the front of the wheels and one behind the wheels.
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I agree that these type stands really help. Bought a pair of BAL X-chocks for between the wheels - that took about 75% of the wobble out. Then added a pair of these jack stands in front of the forward axle, and a pair behind the rear axle. That took another 20% wobble out, so we're really solid now.
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Alright, now ya'all got me thinking bout getting 4. Where is the cheapest place?
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Alright, now ya'all got me thinking bout getting 4. Where is the cheapest place?
probably Amazon or Walmart.
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We bought a pack of 4 and use all of them. One on the front of the wheels and one behind the wheels.
I was thinking about getting the BAL Lock Arm stabilizers and would need 3 sets of them. Cost around $240 total. I might just try the stands, especially if they stabilize as well as you guys say they do.
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Old 03-02-2014, 07:19 PM   #16
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I have a BAL leveler and I love it. I also installed some stabilizers on the front of my 184BH that match the ones in the back. I get no sway in my camper whatsoever. I think I paid $60ish for the front pair of stabilizers.

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