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BAL Lock-Arm Stabilizing Bar

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Eliminates most trailer movement from your trailer's existing stabilizing jacks.
Adds support from the jack leg or foot to the trailer's frame. Unique swivel mount adapts to most crank-down trailer jacks and works at various jack angles. Uses 3/4" crank handle (not included) to lock and unlock Lock-Arm. Simple one-time, bolt-on application. Two lock-arms and complete mounting hardware included. Mfr. lifetime warranty.

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Weight: 7.8 lbs.

Manufacturer: Bal Products Div Of Norco Ind

Mfg Part #: 23216

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BAL Lock-Arm Stabilizing Bar: Customer Reviews

Camper's Choice Rating

(5 Based on 9 Reviews)

Reviewed by 9 customers


Bye! Bye! to the Bouncing !

129 out of 175 people found this review helpful.
December 29, 2007
Installed 2 pair on a 30 foot TT. Amazing difference. The trailer still vibrates a bit when others move around, but no where near what it did without these. Every step the trailer would bounce, but not now. Two pair did the trick. Less expensive than other products. I use the handle for cranking down my stabilizers to lock and unlock the bars. Easy to install (about 20 minutes a pair). I would recommend this to anyone.
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37 out of 66 people found this review helpful.
April 10, 2008
they take out all the movement . the only thing i can feel then the kid are JUMPING around I can feel the fram flex
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Not called stabilizing for nothing...

43 out of 65 people found this review helpful.
June 08, 2008
Long story short, these stabilizer bars do the job as advertised! I put a pair on a front corner and a pair on the opposite rear corner of my 33' TT and it does not weeble-wobble like before. Maybe I should have tried 1 bar on each corner but hey, that's okay, I went ahead and bought 2 more pairs. It might be over-kill but oh well... A word of caution for do-it-yourselfers: the self tapping screws supplied can and will lose their head if over-tightened.
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So simple, but so good!

17 out of 30 people found this review helpful.
August 11, 2008
Our 33 foot TT has always moved around excessively. I have used multiple jacks to keep the frame stiff enough to prevent bouncing (3 kids plus their friends), but that did not stop the rocking. After installing the stabilizers, the rocking was completely gone! I agree with the other users that the holes should be drilled and tapped into the frame. Complete installation took less than 2 hours and only seconds to use them. I would highly recommend them.
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BAL Lock-Arm Bars

17 out of 35 people found this review helpful.
September 16, 2008
Received and installed 2 sets today. The hole in the bracket which attaches to the jack foot pad was too small for the original bolt on the jack foot. Had to use the smaller bolts which were furnished with the lock arms. The new bolts were too long. Initial observation is that these stabilizer bars will reduce the trailer movement.
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Bal Lock Arm Stabilizing Bar

12 out of 27 people found this review helpful.
March 01, 2009
We own a 38 ft 5th- wheel and had lots of movement when anyone walked around. Since we purchased our bars and had them put on we have no movement at all. The best thing we have ever done was to purchase these bars. We have 4 on the front legs and 2 on the back jacks.
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Easy, and they work!

1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.
June 30, 2010
We have a RockwoodRoo HTT, 23' opening to about 30'. Have lock chocks between each set of 2 tires. Have plenty of wheel chocks down. Still with a queen size bed on each end, that's some sticking out that can bounce each end with movement. With these - NO movement. They attach VERY easy. They go up and down with the stabilizer itself and only need a slight tight or un with the same tool that is used for the stabilizer. Very pleased. We put one on one end on the curbside and one on the other end street side.
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does not work

3 out of 5 people found this review helpful.
September 14, 2014
Bought 2 kits today. Went home installed them and my trailer still wobbles around. I found out the only way to fix it is to add scissor jacks before and after the axles.
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Lock Arm Stabilizers

2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.
September 02, 2012
I put 3 sets on my fifth wheel and it has the outcome I was hoping for. No more shaking when entering or walking through the camper. I highly recommend them. The installation was a snap. Very easy!
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My jacks are located more towards the tires, do these work in reverse, with the arm going towards the back of the trailer?
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