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Old 05-24-2016, 06:50 AM   #1
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I don't see these working that well for a Class A maybe being a pain in the rear. Opinions...


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They are not strong enough for most motor homes. They broke under my 33 footer.
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They are not strong enough for most motor homes. They broke under my 33 footer.

They looked that way to me when looking at them too.


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I have 15 or so of them, some from our previous travel trailer and some inherited. They have deformed from the pressure of our 32' but are still usable for now.

I could certainly see them being crushed by anything larger. I did see that CW has some that are double wide for use under dually rear wheels, though I doubt they are any sturdier. I hear a lot of people using 2x10 boards for leveling.
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I have two sets that came with my coach. They seem to work pretty well although as mentioned before there is some distortion but they are certainly still usable. I've been seriously considering getting a set of the double wides for the duals. I think they are actually by Camco but still very similar.


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