Adding Stabilizer Jacks - Fiberglass RV


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Old 05-30-2015, 10:52 AM   #1
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Name: Dan
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Adding Stabilizer Jacks

Hello,

Has any Lil Snoozy owners added Stabilizer Jacks? Drop down or crank down? If so, What kind? Did you weld them to the frame or bolt them on? I'm surprise it's not standard equipment. Snoozy makes a great little trailer but I'm a bit disappointed in some of the corners they seem cut in the way of appliances, accessories and options. I'm sure it's to keep the overall price down. They're great in custom building any way you want but stabilizers aren't even included in their option list. They do give you one freestanding manual face jack that is worthless in my opinion.

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Dan
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