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Old 05-06-2016, 08:57 AM   #1
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Stabilizer pads from home depot

We added 9"x9" plastic drain covers as stabilizer pads. Works great. Found them in plumbing dept. Also come in 12"x12" too big
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Old 05-09-2016, 08:06 AM   #2
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Is this the item?
9 in. x 9 in. Square Black Polyolefin Grate

How is it holding up?
I like the re purposing.
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We use the Camco yellow pads, work great ! If these take the weight, and cheaper, i'l get some ! How much they cost ?
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Great idea, are all of the ribs the same thickness?

If not, I would use a belt sander to sand the bottom completely flush.

Great idea, and saves $$$

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How much weight will they accommodate?
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Great idea and they'll keep the water away from the stabilizer feet.
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Those are the ones and work great...
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Hove no idea other than we have had zero problems using them.
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Have no idea other tham we have have no problems using them to stabilize our tt
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They were 15 ea well worth it. No more bending down to place blocks under stabilizer foot at 74 yrs old
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Yes and work great
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So you are mounting them to the bottom of your stabilizer jacks ?
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yes with 2 bolts,lock washers and nuts. bolts will hang down a little bit no problem
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Good idea,but we have a ground clearance issue now with one of our rear jacks pulling off the main road into our yard, so won't work for us.
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