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Old 05-05-2012, 09:33 PM   #1
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Class A winter storage.

Is ok to sit an rv on its leveling jacks over winter to take weight off the suspension? Thanks.
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Old 05-06-2012, 09:03 AM   #2
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Yes.
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Yes, but don't lift the tires off the ground. That would be unstable, and put undue stress on shocks and airbags.
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I agree with CaptBill
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I agree with CaptBill also. That way if the coach is level and you want to get the refrig. going prior to a trip the MH is level. You should spray the jack stands with silicon spray every once in awhile to keep from corroding. Wipe the stands clean before retracting the first time.
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Thanks everyone. I also need to repair a cracked shower floor. And ideas on how to do it?
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Thanks everyone. I also need to repair a cracked shower floor. And ideas on how to do it?
If you want something that will last forever use Goop. It comes for RVs, plumbers, general, etc...it's all the same. Wal mart has it.
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Ok. Thanks guys.
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