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Old 10-11-2014, 11:04 AM   #1
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Jack/leveling pads

Thought I'd pass this along. Sorry if it's redundant.

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Great idea, thanks for sharing it and it was a fun read.
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I stumbled across horse stall mats at a farm store and bought one to see how they'd work. I cut them into 8 in shares and some 16x8 rectangles.

They work great! I got them for a 5th wheel but now use them with my MH when I'm so out of levels that he jacks bring the wheels off the ground. I've used them under the jacks and under the wheels.

I've also used them to sandwich the Lego style pads to give extra height.

So far they have been indestructible.
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I have been using the horse stall mats now for about a year and really like them. The only downside I find is they are considerably heavier than the plastic blocks so I still carry some of the plastic ones.
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I saw the same web page and bought two 4'x6'x3/4" stall mats and cut up in various lengths for leveling purposes. Also ended up with 4 12"X12" mats for the jacks. They work great especially when you need to raise the front wheels up in order to level.

Glad you shared this web site.
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