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Old 06-19-2015, 04:15 PM   #1
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Decided to put 28 foot Dutchman into a permanent campground. I see that allot of rigs are jacked up and placed on cinder blocks. Should I do the same thing? And what are the advantage’s of doing that?
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My perceived advantages:

1. Stability - no bouncing
2. Saves tires and suspension
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Most stabilizer jacks still wobble if your guna keep it there I would level it on blocks at 6 different points. Best to have stabilizers all the way up with blocks under them . Also if remove the wheels and put them in storage. The wheels will just rust and tires dry rot. Plumb your sewer with some PVC to. I've set up a lot of seasonal sites for friends and family


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