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Old 02-21-2005, 04:05 PM   #1
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Hi:

Anyone use the Power Twin II 12 volt stabilizers, from Ultra-Fab.com they are made for TT, 5 th wheels or class C's.

If anyone is familliar with this product, I would appreciate hearing from you, I would like to install it on my Class A, 31' as the GVW is only 15,000 lbs.

I's sure that some 5th wheels weight more than 15,000 lbs.

I can't see spending $3,000.00 plus for hydraulic jacks on my 98 MH.
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Old 02-21-2005, 04:05 PM   #2
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Hi:

Anyone use the Power Twin II 12 volt stabilizers, from Ultra-Fab.com they are made for TT, 5 th wheels or class C's.

If anyone is familliar with this product, I would appreciate hearing from you, I would like to install it on my Class A, 31' as the GVW is only 15,000 lbs.

I's sure that some 5th wheels weight more than 15,000 lbs.

I can't see spending $3,000.00 plus for hydraulic jacks on my 98 MH.
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Looks like it might be worth a try. According to their web site, tho, the lifting power is only 6000 lbs on ther Ultra Power Twin II. That will stabilize and provide some lift, but isn't going to take all the weight of a rear axle. But that's good news, cause you don't want to get those rear tires off the ground anyway - no telling where you might roll to if you did!
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