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Old 10-03-2013, 02:45 PM   #15
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Do you get them at camping world? Right now carring wood blocks and a cinder block. By the way, just in case it is not obvious, I am a newbie
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Do you get them at camping world? Right now carring wood blocks and a cinder block. By the way, just in case it is not obvious, I am a newbie
I got ours in Camping World but can't find it now. Here is a link for PPL parts. I have purchased from them before, and they are good.

Valterra Jack Stands for Trailer and Tounge Jacks - PPL Motor Homes
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Almost any dealer will have them (if they carry parts). I have seen them at Harbor Freight and Northern Tool. I have even seen them at WalMart. Just make sure it will hold the weight of your trailer.
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I bought one of these from amazon - 10000 lbs for $20.00
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I bought one of these from amazon - 10000 lbs for $20.00
Thanks, will check it out
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Almost any dealer will have them (if they carry parts). I have seen them at Harbor Freight and Northern Tool. I have even seen them at WalMart. Just make sure it will hold the weight of your trailer.
Will check at Wally World. Heading to Camper World tomorrow
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I used one for my previous TT. I didn't have a proper foot pad so this was a real solution. Yes, It fades over time, but won't degrade. Good product.
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I used one for my previous TT. I didn't have a proper foot pad so this was a real solution. Yes, It fades over time, but won't degrade. Good product.
Thanks, my Forrest River is a good one and has a pad but anything to make it better
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How many inches do you need? You say you are using two "large wooden blocks" How large are the blocks? Could you maybe spin the crank handle a few more times and not use such big blocks?

I use 2 pressure treated 4x4's held together by a piece of pressure treated plywood.
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