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Old 02-21-2005, 04:17 PM   #1
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Any one familiar with the Power twin II Stabilizer by Ultra-Fab Products Inc.

It is a 12 volt system, made for TT, 5th wheels, and Class C's.

I am interested in installing a set on the rear of my 31' Class A, the GVW is only 15,000lbs. sent a E-mail to the factory, got a reply, but not the answer to my question!

Any input would be greatly appreciated.

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Any one familiar with the Power twin II Stabilizer by Ultra-Fab Products Inc.

It is a 12 volt system, made for TT, 5th wheels, and Class C's.

I am interested in installing a set on the rear of my 31' Class A, the GVW is only 15,000lbs. sent a E-mail to the factory, got a reply, but not the answer to my question!

Any input would be greatly appreciated.

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Buzz,

I'm not familiar with the Power Twin Stabilizers, but if you're looking for jacks for the motorhome and open to considering another brand, perhaps you could look at Quadra's Bigfoot levelors.

I know they come as OEM equipment on many motorhomes. Several folks on the board have them and like them. They are also a 12v operated system that use independant motors and pumps for each jack to simplify the installation. If you go the products page on the link I provided, you'll find an installation manual.

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