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Old 03-23-2020, 07:16 PM   #1
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Universal RV Stabilizer

Does anyone have any experience with the Universal RV Stabilizer on a truck camper? These are widely available and relatively cheap. When we park for 2 or more nights, we often offload our Arctic Fox 992. DW says I "shake the house" too much moving around.
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Old 03-26-2020, 10:18 AM   #2
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Not a joke,
Not a sales pitch,
I'm not affiliated in any way,
Just a good solid product.

Do yourself a favor and click on the link below for a product that is NOT just another anti-shake gimmick...

https://www.stablecamper.com/
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I think it is an easy and great stabilizer. I used them on my trailer when I had one. And to top it off my Father n Law and I invented that stabilizer years ago
sold them through Camping World and the sold to the Valtera. Sorry just a little bias. LOL.
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Thanks Electrojake

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Not a joke,
Not a sales pitch,
I'm not affiliated in any way,
Just a good solid product.

Do yourself a favor and click on the link below for a product that is NOT just another anti-shake gimmick...

https://www.stablecamper.com/
I've seen that system. I have no doubt that it works. But, I donwanna spend $500+
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Old 03-27-2020, 02:49 PM   #5
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Thanks Jpiland.

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I think it is an easy and great stabilizer. I used them on my trailer when I had one. And to top it off my Father n Law and I invented that stabilizer years ago
sold them through Camping World and the sold to the Valtera. Sorry just a little bias. LOL.
I have a $25 coupon from C-World and it is on sale. Sounds like it is worth a try.
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I haven't tried that one but I did use one from Torklift called Wobble Stopper. It worked great and it doesn't require a level spot on the ground. They just connect the front lower corners of the camper to the jack posts at a second point. They store against the jack posts when not in use. I highly recommend them.
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