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Old 07-31-2016, 01:38 AM   #15
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Any chance of a price break on a group buy???
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I'd be interested in that!

Also, what's the story on the Snap Pad Xtra?
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Our current model fits on LCI's 'Level up' & 'Ground Control 3.0' leveling systems. Those jacks come standard with 9" round jack feet. However we are already working on numerous other designs to fit a variety of jacks, so once you know what system you have (I'm guessing HWH, PowerGear or Equalizer) let us know at info@rvsnappad.com. I'll put you on our waiting list and notify you the moment we release a version that will fit on your jacks.

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I have power gear levelers... I'll be watching for you to develop the Snap pad to fit them. Thanks.


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I made arrangements for a group buy. See link below!

Group Buy - RV SnapPads

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I have power gear levelers... I'll be watching for you to develop the Snap pad to fit them. Thanks.


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Perfect, you've been added to the list. We aiming to have the PowerGear version ready sometime this year. We'll keep you updated.
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I'd be interested in that!

Also, what's the story on the Snap Pad Xtra?
Good Question!
SnapPad XTRA was a response to some of our customers concerns about standing water. They found, on 5th wheels mostly, in high moisture areas water would pool on the top and would take a while to evaporate. Some of the customer started drilling their own drainage holes, so we decided to make a version with built in drainage channels. 4 of them to be exact. They are also easier to install and do not require any lubricant.
Other than that they are the same. Same size and fit the same LCI jacks.

That about it. Customers spoke and we responded.

You can still get SnapPad Classic as some customers are not concerned with standing water or live in hot, dry climates.
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I made arrangements for a group buy. See link below!

Group Buy - RV SnapPads

Hello all,

Please spread the word about the group buy. We need a minimum of 5 orders for the $10 discount. See the above group buy link for more information.

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The SnapPads don't look like they have significantly more surface area than the jack pads. How are they going to prevent sinking into soft ground compared to using boards under the pads?
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The SnapPads don't look like they have significantly more surface area than the jack pads. How are they going to prevent sinking into soft ground compared to using boards under the pads?
Personally, for me, I want them for convenience, non-slip surface (rubber), and to prevent the jacks from digging into hot asphalt. They are 11" in diameter (two more inches than your jack pad).

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The SnapPads don't look like they have significantly more surface area than the jack pads. How are they going to prevent sinking into soft ground compared to using boards under the pads?
Good question!
It's hard to tell from the pictures but the pad actually provides a 61% increase in size from the OEM jacks. That x 4 (or 6) depending on your rig and leveling system really ads up. Ideally we would have liked to make them bigger but for clearance and weight considerations we found this to be the optimal size.
The octagon shape also helps provide additional stability with the rubber material conforming to any kind of uneven ground.
If you're interested check out what some of the current users think on our Amazon ad. Click here.
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Where are we at with the group buy for the Snap Pads? Anyone else interested?
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We currently have 11 orders with four days left. Devon from RV SnapPads was willing to up the ante to 15% off if we get 15 orders. See the Group Buy post for further details.

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Great! Hopefully, four more will see the thread and respond
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Great! Hopefully, four more will see the thread and respond
Yes... I am hoping. It would be nice to get the 15% off instead of 10%... Still a few more days left. Keep your fingers crossed!
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