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Old 01-10-2015, 06:30 PM   #29
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We have found that every little bit helps now that we are in a much longer 5er than before.....
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I had a tripod on my previous 5th wheel. It helped a lot. It also had a solid pin box and only manual jacks at the back of the 5th.


I tried a tripod on my current 5th. It has an air pin box and a 6point. I noticed not enough discernible difference to make it worth while to haul that tripod.
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We added a stabilizer system front and rear which was worth every penny. I think the tripod would be a good idea but the outside is my husbands domain and I was out voted.


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Old 01-18-2015, 04:00 PM   #32
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Has anyone seen the a-frame stabilizers that came as an option on newmar 5th wheels. It stows away in the nose. And attaches directly to the i- beam the runs across the front. I love mine. Wish more manufacturers did the same.
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