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Old 11-30-2015, 06:22 PM   #1
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Old 12-02-2015, 01:53 PM   #2
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Will Snap Pads work on my Power Gear system. The 9" feet have a larger cup to them than the photos and video show. JH
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Hate to be dumb, but what purpose do they serve?
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Hate to be dumb, but what purpose do they serve?
Same question here.... I usually place wood blocks under the jacks so that they don't have to extend too far.

My normal procedure is pull in, and see which end of the RV is low.
Roll up onto wood block to get me "close" to level.
Place wood blocks under the Jacks to minimize the extension length.
Then do a final level.

So in my case, I would always have wood blocks in contact with the ground. Can your product still help me?

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Will Snap Pads work on my Power Gear system. The 9" feet have a larger cup to them than the photos and video show. JH
Hi JH,

The current design is specific to the Lippert 'Level up' system. We are working on new designs to accommodate other leveling systems including Power Gear. We'll be making an announcement when they become available. Thanks for your interest.
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Same question here.... I usually place wood blocks under the jacks so that they don't have to extend too far.

My normal procedure is pull in, and see which end of the RV is low.
Roll up onto wood block to get me "close" to level.
Place wood blocks under the Jacks to minimize the extension length.
Then do a final level.

So in my case, I would always have wood blocks in contact with the ground. Can your product still help me?

Regards,
Dan
Good questions Tom & Dan,

The general idea is to have a jack pad permanently available on your jack, freeing up additional storage space.

Although it's hard to tell from the pictures the SnapPads are 11" in diameter. This and the octagon shape add an additional 36 sq/in per pad compared to the regular 9" foot. A combination of computer and real world testing lead us to this shape and size. More stats here

As far as extra lift the pads will provide an extra 1 1/8". Not a lot but enough to lessen the required stroke length and will work with any other item you use to boost the lift. Ideally we would have liked to make the Pads thicker however for weight and clearance issues we stayed with the current size.

Thanks for the questions, here to answer any others you may have.
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Hi JH,

The current design is specific to the Lippert 'Level up' system. We are working on new designs to accommodate other leveling systems including Power Gear. We'll be making an announcement when they become available. Thanks for your interest.
Devon, I am ready to purchase when these become available for the Power Gear System. If you are still in the design process, keeping the thickness and footprint remains important to my needs and I would even consider being a test vehicle if that would help. JH
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Devon, I am ready to purchase when these become available for the Power Gear System. If you are still in the design process, keeping the thickness and footprint remains important to my needs and I would even consider being a test vehicle if that would help. JH
Thanks JH! We will keep you in mind for beta testing should the opportunity arise.
You can send your name and email to me at devon@rvsnappad.com and I'll put you in the database.
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I'll be one of the first in line when you start making my size.
X2 (for the HWH jacks)

Make them for the round HWH, PowerGear jacks please!

Are you working on these sizes? If not I have to make a snap-on pad from horse stall flooring> (recycled tires)
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I just ordered a set for my Lippert system. Hopefully they won't arrive until next week. I'll let you all know how they work. Seems like a good idea, they don't drastically ad to the pad size but they add enough to help in most cases.
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X2 (for the HWH jacks)

Make them for the round HWH, PowerGear jacks please!

Are you working on these sizes? If not I have to make a snap-on pad from horse stall flooring> (recycled tires)
You bet! We'll have new sizes available next year! I'll be sure to make a post when they become available.
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I just ordered a set for my Lippert system. Hopefully they won't arrive until next week. I'll let you all know how they work. Seems like a good idea, they don't drastically ad to the pad size but they add enough to help in most cases.
Confirmed Bruce! We will not ship your order out until next week.
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