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Old 12-10-2005, 03:49 AM   #15
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I too raise the nose to level our 5er and stabilize the unit on the rear stabbers. This also helps get the same pressure on them if they are lowered to just touching at first. I use a BAL wheel chock to stop fore/aft movement, and my wife has stopped complaining of being motion-sick.
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I just heard of Wayne's stabilizers and am wondering if anyone has them and your opinions for stopping sideways swaying.

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