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Old 01-08-2019, 04:46 PM   #1
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Snap Pads and Outrigger Leveling Pads

I am looking into purchasing a product called Snap Pads which attach to your leveling jacks. Also looking at a product called Outrigger Pads which are a pad you put on the ground to assist with leveling. Has anyone any experience with these products pro or con?
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I am looking into purchasing a product called Snap Pads which attach to your leveling jacks. Also looking at a product called Outrigger Pads which are a pad you put on the ground to assist with leveling. Has anyone any experience with these products pro or con?
I don’t have any experience with Snap Pads. I worry about loosing ground clearance although most folks say they are great. I just looked on line at the “Outrigger Pads”. They are quite expensive!

For pads I went to tractor supply and bought a horse stall mat. They are about 3/4” thick and I cut the mat into pads. I drive up on some to get level, and add the same number of pads for that wheel under my levelers at that location. To assist me on knowing when I’m level, I put two levels on the upper console. One is amidships forward and the other is right over the passenger seat on the right side. My wife drives up on the pads until we are in the ball park, I add the leveler pads down as needed. Then she hits the auto button. The levels are the little curved ones with sticky backs you typically see on travel trailers. This has worked good for me as the leveler system on my MH likes to be pretty level to work in auto. Good luck

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