BAL Lock-Arm Stabilizing Bar

Catalog Item # 37028

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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Technical Specifications

7.8 lbs.

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 5 stars based on 9 reviews (5 Based on 9 Reviews)

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Easy, and they work!

by Anonymous – June 30, 2010
5 out of 5 stars

We have a RockwoodRoo HTT, 23' opening to about 30'. Have lock chocks between each set of 2 tires. Have plenty of wheel chock

Bye! Bye! to the Bouncing !

by Anonymous – December 29, 2007
5 out of 5 stars

Installed 2 pair on a 30 foot TT. Amazing difference. The trailer still vibrates a bit when others move around, but no where nea

Bal Lock Arm Stabilizing Bar

by Anonymous – March 01, 2009
5 out of 5 stars

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


by Dan Gale – April 10, 2008
5 out of 5 stars

they take out all the movement . the only thing i can feel then the kid are JUMPING around I can feel the fram flex

Not called stabilizing for nothing...

by Michael Overmiller – June 08, 2008
5 out of 5 stars

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

by Tonya – August 23, 2017
You need one lock-arm per jack.
by Camping World – September 27, 2017
Yes, this will work in either direction.
by Camping World – January 28, 2014
by spider – August 06, 2013
Yes, these will work with scissor jacks.
by Camping World – August 12, 2013

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