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Old 10-20-2019, 07:46 PM   #1
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Coach stored indoor on concrete floor. Jacks up or down? Also Iíve heard some people put wood on the floor under the tires?
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Coach stored indoor on concrete floor. Jacks up or down? Also Iíve heard some people put wood on the floor under the tires?
Jacks down just enough to lift "some" of the weight off the suspension, but only because being indoors you won't expose the jack pistons to long term weather-related issues. I always park on sheets of plywood, but rubber floor mats also will work to insulate the tires from leeching into the concrete.
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