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Old 07-30-2013, 05:27 AM   #15
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Doubled 2x12's every time I drop the levelers.

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Old 07-31-2013, 06:21 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by chawkins99 View Post
Camped at a local state park camprgound. Front seemed to have dropped since we set up.
Thinking maybe I had a leaking Jack, looked underneath to check. The front jack had punched a hole through the asphalt
Jack was 3-4" below the surface.
Jacks retracted OK. Pulled forward a couple of feet and tried again (this time using my Lynx Levellers). All OK now.
Wondering if anyone else had experienced the same...
I see you are in Alabama. With the rain we have had in the southeast, everything is super soft. That pad probably had dirt that hadn't seen water in the last 20 years under it, that is until this year. What once was a stable sub base is now mush!
As others have said, pads are cheap protection.

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