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Old 01-31-2022, 04:41 AM   #15
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I have a set (wooden, homemade) that I carry, cannot recall the last time I used them.
FYI, a sheet of 3/4" treated plywood will make 6 16" square tripled pads.
Drill holes in the corners and use an awning rod to move em around.
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Old 03-30-2022, 08:14 PM   #16
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Is anyone using leveling blocks and or jack pads with these heavy beasts? If so what are you using. Do I need jack pads in campsites that are gravel and not concrete?
Hi, I am a new RVer too (soon to pick up my Super C). I've done quite a bit of research on leveling blocks and have just purchased these Bigfoot blocks. Here's the link
https://www.outriggerpads.com/produc...d-12-x-12-x-2/
They are heavy, but much more substantial than the hard plastic variety and come with a lifetime warranty. This company makes outrigger pads for the construction industry BTW. As I said, I'm new, but I still scratch my head when I read that someone puts blocks or boards under their tires. Even if you choose to use snap pads, you still need leveling blocks.
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Old 03-31-2022, 05:25 AM   #17
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Hi, I am a new RVer too (soon to pick up my Super C). I've done quite a bit of research on leveling blocks and have just purchased these Bigfoot blocks. Here's the link
https://www.outriggerpads.com/produc...d-12-x-12-x-2/
They are heavy, but much more substantial than the hard plastic variety and come with a lifetime warranty. This company makes outrigger pads for the construction industry BTW. As I said, I'm new, but I still scratch my head when I read that someone puts blocks or boards under their tires. Even if you choose to use snap pads, you still need leveling blocks.
I still carry 2x6 blocks for the tires and an emergency situation if needed, but the large dirty square pad for under the jacks are no longer needed if using Snap Pads. As for blocking the front wheels, I normally will not stay in a sight where that is required. I have popped the windshield too many time on a previous coach when I didn't know any better. I no longer will accept a site that has that much of a slope. I have even stayed at a Park's over flow parking not to stay on the last site left that the front wheels would have been off the ground. The windshields on the Entegras are over sized and can crack very easy if the frame is torqued. Not worth it for me, I have been there.
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