JT Strong Arm Jack Stabilizer System - 5th Wheel Kit Over 58" Between Landing Gear

Catalog Item # 69723

Everyone who owns a 5th Wheel or Travel Trailer knows that some side-to-side or front-to-back movement is expected; annoying, frustrating, unwantedÉbut expected.

Technical Specifications

40.4 lbs.

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 5 stars based on 14 reviews (5 Based on 14 Reviews)

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Pros
  • Stops camper shifting when walking inside (6)
  • Easy set up (3)
  • Solid (2)
  • Seems Strong (1)
Cons
  • Will Not Fit Rear Of Camper (2)

Very Good but... watch out..

by George Muller – December 01, 2014
3 out of 5 stars

I installed this kit today. The front stabilizers install per the instructions and work very well. However, the rear stabilizers

I will always request these from now on

by Brandon Rutherford – March 22, 2015
5 out of 5 stars

Why havent we been telling each other about these stabilizers for years? Without a doubt one of the BEST add ons I have purchased

Well worth the money

by Alan Meireis – November 20, 2013
5 out of 5 stars

Installed the JT Strong Arm and it worked wonders on the movement of my 5th wheel. I think this is one on the best products on t

no movement

by George Hoover – November 23, 2013
5 out of 5 stars

This is well worth the money. After trying everything to stop the movement in my 36 ft. Cougar 5th wheel I tried the Strong Arm

This Works as Advertised!

by Paul Kralik – February 17, 2014
5 out of 5 stars

Installation on my 39' fifth wheel was done over two weekends. When completed, it halted the movement and made the rig stable. N

by Jerry – November 24, 2015
Does Camping World sell the Stabilizer Adapter Kit for Electric Stabilizer Jacks
If you are referring to Lippert(JT Strong Arm) part# 314597, our Technical Service Group @ 800.622.6264 can special order the adaptor kit as we do not have it listed on our website.
by Camping World – November 25, 2015
69723 is for 5th Wheels, while 69725 is for Travel Trailers. The reason for the different kits are due to the front landing gears used on 5th Wheels that Travel Trailers do not have.
by Camping World – August 13, 2015
You can remove the T-bolts for transport or hand tighten enough to keep them from shaking loose when traveling.
by Camping World – July 21, 2015

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