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Old 08-20-2010, 01:29 PM   #1
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Just purchased very heavy duty jack pads

I recently ordered a set of jack pads from this company: http://outdoors-for-life.com/rv.html

They make pads for industrial and emergency use, as well as RVs.

They are very substancial, and came in a nice canvas carrying bag. They should last forever, no more splitting of the old 2x12s, although I'll keep them for those occasions when one of the jacks may be in a 'hole'.

The site shows them only in black, but as you can see from the photos I'm attaching, mine came in yellow. They come in various sizes, these are 14".
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Old 08-20-2010, 08:21 PM   #2
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You can never have too many jack pads. I have 4 solid black plastic ones that I have had for years. They are about 10 x 10 and ~3/4s of an inch thick. They have aluminum handles so I can place and grab them. I also carry 2 packages of stacker blocks.

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I make mine out of scrap 3/4" plywood. 4 years on the first set and they're still good for a few more years. Cost: $0 Even if you had to buy the plywood, for $137 you'd have a couple of lifetime supply of jack pads for yourself and all your friends. I don't feel bad if I drive off and leave a few behind.
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