Ordered six (three sets) of these to stabilze our 40 ft camping trailer. They are
lightweight but strong, easy to install, and made a significant improvement in the RV.
They are strong enough to provide slight assistance with leveling in addition to
stabilizing. The stacking feature is a bonus.
I actually bought these to use as supports for the entrance steps. WHAT A DIFFERENCE! Provides a solid step to the
trailer that feels secure and takes all of the stress off of the mounting bolts for the steps. Yes, they are also
designed to support the trailer and should work as well. They are light weight, support up to 1,000 lbs. and store
As with most trailer type RV's, our fifth wheel falls a bit short in the area of stabilization. If person of the first
part gets up in the middle of the night, person of the
second part will be bounced clean out of bed, especially if
person of the first part is going to the fridge.
I was thinking about one of those tripod stabilizers. But
they are large and expensive.
Behold, Stack Jacks!!
Small and lightweight. And best of all, cheap. We got the
set of two.
They don't take up much space in the storage bay. I haven't
weighed them but my hands say about 4 -5 pounds for the
pair. No sharp edges. Has a built in handle to turn the
threaded rod. The threaded rod is not made into the stand,
the nut at the bottom of the rod sits in a hexagonal hole.
This allows the rod to be removed for compact storage. Also,
you can run the nut up and down the shaft with your fingers
very quickly and get a coarse adjustment, set the rod in
place, then fine tune with the handle. Made of aluminum and
plated steel they will not rust.
They have to go under the trailer (duh?) and make contact
with the frame so you have to get down on hands and knees to
get them in place.
You'll need to put a wood pad underneath to prevent them
settling into the ground.
The wobble factor has been reduced such that the trailer
actually feels more like a house than a trailer. I suspect
we can now both sleep through one anothers nocturnal urges.
I have a tent trailer that tends to sag on the back from the weight of the pull out. These jacks are light weight (in a good way) and easy to set up and break down. They can be adjusted as needed to exactly the right height. They are less bulky than the scissor jacks. And most
importantly they provide enough support to stop the sag and stabilize the back pull out. I used them last week camping, and they were easy to set up, and I was able to adjust them while in place to raise the
back just to the right level.
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