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Old 06-16-2019, 08:02 AM   #21
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We have an Impact 361 toy-hauler with six hydraulic jacks. Rear jacks are right behind the axel. No supports (jacks) under the toy hauler. We added the fifth wheel tripod and it helped somewhat. The main help with stability came when we installed the steps that fold down and rest on the ground (two entrance door, thus two sets of steps) and a double electric scissor jack at the rear of the 5er. Shes solid as rock now. Tripod benefit is iffy but steps and rear jack are a must IMO!

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Old 06-18-2019, 04:32 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by penra View Post
Has anyone used the Anderson Jack Blocks? https://andersenhitches.com/Products...ck-6-pack.aspx
I have them and love em. I got them because I raised my jacks to stop catching them on steep drive exits and curbs. They are very stable and easier to store than 6bys. You can get good stabilization just using four in the rear and save a good chunk of $. Most of the movement is associated with the suspension and the rear jacks take most of that movement away. I usually use 14x14x3 blocks under the landing gear and the Anderson's on the rear 4 jacks.
Bonus...you can carry water in them too.

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