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Old 08-16-2016, 04:37 PM   #1
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Winnebago Vista 2015, MH rocking

We have a 2015 30T Vista, this is our 1st MH upgraded from a travel trailer. We have been out with our vista for 2 summers now and we have this problem with our MH slightly rocking when we walk in it. Jacks are down and leveled, does anyone else have this problem.Any feedback will be appreciated. I am a newbie to this forum.

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Jacks may be down and you may be level but all the jacks don't have to be solidly against the ground to make the coach level. Those that aren't solid on the ground is where the rocking is coming from.

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Old 08-20-2016, 08:47 AM   #3
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Our Vista improved when we began placing the heavy duty jack pads down before leveling....helps our 35F a good bit.....course DH is 6'2" and 215 so
something that size moving around will cause some rocking ----once we were in a Prevost and no rocking but hey - at 1.5 million for it, we decided to live with a little rocking. Happy Trails to you!
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