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Old 04-09-2016, 09:34 AM   #29
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I was using a drill (Christmas gift) and found that the drill was not up to that kind of use. I would use an impact drill if I were you.
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The first time I saw a guy use a drill motor to run his scissor jacks I almost plotzed; [moderator edit] The amount of effort used manually is trivial. Of course if a person is infirm that's a different story.
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Old 04-18-2016, 04:01 PM   #31
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My TT came with independent electric jacks at the 4 corners. Like mentioned previously, level side to side, then front to back, drop front just a tad and run the rear stabilizers down till snug, jack the front back up and drop the front stabilizers. It's pretty stable at that point, but I still use two scissor jacks mid frame to reduce bounce.

As far as reliability they're electric motors. Keep them lubed and in good shape. It's not like they are being used day in and out to burn them out.
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I've seen some stab jacks that have to go down the same on both sides of the RV (both arms on the rear for example actuate at the same time. Which means you have to get out blocks or whatever to make it work. Not my cup of tea.

Manual stabilizer, power tongue jack, saved money spent on steadyfast brace system.
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https://www.etrailer.com/Camper-Jack...39-941705.html. Check these out for level and stabalize the TT. Called them and they look better than the Lipperts.
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