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Old 08-23-2016, 10:54 PM   #29
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Thanks for the feedback!
We're working on an HWH version Will release them ASAP.
Send me a PM when they are ready!

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Send me a PM when they are ready!
You got it!

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We received ours today. We installed them in about 20 minutes. It's really a two person job to run the controls and guide the alignment.

We're excited because this eliminates the need to use blocks on our driveway to protect the blacktop.

FYI - didn't know this till we did the group order, but they accept PayPal which we like for some things.

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Got mine the other day but I have not had a chance to install them yet. Seem to be good quality and definitely glad I purchased them at the group price...
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We got ours Tuesday and installed them in about 20 minutes on Wednesday. We got the new style with the channels cut to let water drain. They went right on with no problem.
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Great to hear! Thanks for the feedback everyone.
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i have atwood jacks and mine are square or rectangle..any plans for those??
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i have atwood jacks and mine are square or rectangle..any plans for those??
Our next several releases are going to be for Class A jacks. That said we do plan on making a version for all the major leveling and stabilizer systems.
If you like you can email me what kind of RV and atwood system you have, I'll put you on our waiting list and inform you the moment a new version for atwood is released. info@rvsnappad.com

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