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Old 03-23-2008, 05:26 PM   #15
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I like the stablelift and it does what they claim. I have used it with out the torklift tiedown and the stablelift work well. I had the torklift first so I just keep using them, just personal prefrence. I have had the stablelift sense 2004, I have had one jack failure, a gear striped got new parts with a phone call or two, even up graded the gear material so I did all three, easy fix. I drive Jeeps so the truck dose not go offroad but the lift could create some issues if the road gets rough enough. I have only drug it on one curb so far and it was an extra tall curb. I bought the lift primarly for the lift function and I realy like for that. I would buy one again, realy like it.

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Old 06-09-2008, 06:38 PM   #16
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A bit heavy, Can cause problems if you off road camp a lot. I copyed the design and used light guage tubing and installed screw jacks ,instead of the elec jacks . works just fine , light and only cost me about 400 in material. I have then on a 8,ft sunlite slide in pop up , on a 2002 ford f25o diesel ///can fly down the road dont know it,s on my truck... happy camping b/carefull,

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Old 06-09-2008, 06:42 PM   #17
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ps I still use my happy jack tie downs , dont like that set up under the truck to hold camper in bed,

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