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Old 10-25-2010, 03:59 PM   #29
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When someone is sleeping in the bed over-cab and rolls in the middle of the night it wakes me up when I'm sleeping in the rear bed. So being cheap as I am, I took a pair of Irwin wood clamps, they are metal bars with two plastic ends and a handle that you squeeze to close the clamps. Well on these clamps you can reverse the plastic ends and turn the clamp into a spreader. I take these clamps and put them under the rear bumper, spread them open a little so they fit snug between bumper and ground. They do the trick. I feel no motion in the class c at all. They are not heavy duty and won't raise the bumper more than an inch, but they prevent any motion from inside. They are light and fast on/off. I paid about $20.00 each. A lot cheaper that camper jacks. The hard part is remembering to take them off before leaving.

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Remember when you install these jacks in a class C to get as close to the rear wheels as possible. Mine are about 12" back of the axle. My buddy installed his right out near the rear bumper and when he extends his jacks he has problems closing the back door to his unit.

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Old 10-26-2010, 04:18 PM   #31
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Stabilizers are personal preference. Our 31 ft Four Winds came with zero sissor stabilizers. But the previous owner left one Wayne's stabilizer that seems to help installed under the rear bumper. (We sleep in the rear bed.) The Wayne's stabilizer is not permanently attached to anything and is stored in the pass thru when traveling. I had never heard of them before.

Oh, we do not have air bags.

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