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Old 07-18-2011, 07:52 AM   #1
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Would like to know if or how many use stabilizers for slide outs..which ones used..how much weight will they take???

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Good question. We have been considering whether we need them or not, so I am looking forward to the answers.
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Hi Wayne,
You'll probably get better response by posting this under "General Discussions". Good luck!
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Every owners manual I have read specifically says to NOT use any supports under the slides. The problem is if the RV settles one one side, it can cause the slide to be in a bind and cause mechanical damage as well as leaks.

The reason stores sell them is that some folks never read the owners manual.

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