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Old 08-06-2017, 09:14 AM   #21
CamperDave
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I am interested in understanding a bit more about how you attached the brackets around the gas line. I understand removing the brackets holding the line, but not sure what you used to get around it to mount the stabilizer.

Thanks in advance

I have a 2017 Outback Ultra Lite 293UBH as pictured in my signature.

The JT Strong Arms were originally put on my Jayco which had a I-beam frame that made installation and operation simple and effective. After having installed them on my Outback, the Steady Fast looks like it would be a better alternative. I forgot to mention, I did have to rotate the two front scissor jacks just a tad to allow smooth pivoting of the Strong Arm hardware.
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