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Old 10-19-2021, 05:59 PM   #71
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if the back wheels are off the ground on a hard surface the metal jack pads can slide with no way to stop it
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if the back wheels are off the ground on a hard surface the metal jack pads can slide with no way to stop it
That implies you are parked on a steep angled surface.
It takes quite a bit of effort to slide an RV on metal jack pads.
on mine, about 10 tons of force. I have done it.
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if the back wheels are off the ground on a hard surface the metal jack pads can slide with no way to stop it
You could put Snap Pads on the jacks then you sitting on recycled tires.
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