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Old 05-16-2013, 09:50 AM   #1
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rear support for T T

I will be spending an extended time in my Hornet 26RLS this summer. Last time we used it I sensed a lot of jiggling movement while in bed up front when someone was walking around in back. There are 2 extendable support a jacks up front and 2 in the rear. The site we were on last time and will be using this summer is sloped just enough that I had to extend the rear jacks a lot further down than the front ones. Would the use of a couple more jacks under the frame in the rear help cut down on this issue ?

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Old 05-16-2013, 10:18 AM   #2
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I will be spending an extended time in my Hornet 26RLS this summer. Last time we used it I sensed a lot of jiggling movement while in bed up front when someone was walking around in back. There are 2 extendable support a jacks up front and 2 in the rear. The site we were on last time and will be using this summer is sloped just enough that I had to extend the rear jacks a lot further down than the front ones. Would the use of a couple more jacks under the frame in the rear help cut down on this issue ?

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You could always build up under the jacks so you don't have to extend them so far. I have found half extension or less to be optimal. You can use wood or leveling blocks to build them up.
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I will be spending an extended time in my Hornet 26RLS this summer. Last time we used it I sensed a lot of jiggling movement while in bed up front when someone was walking around in back. There are 2 extendable support a jacks up front and 2 in the rear. The site we were on last time and will be using this summer is sloped just enough that I had to extend the rear jacks a lot further down than the front ones. Would the use of a couple more jacks under the frame in the rear help cut down on this issue ?

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Old 05-16-2013, 11:04 AM   #4
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Extra jacks should help, x chocks should help and as others have said, building up under the jacks should help.
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