Scamp rear leveling Jacks length? - Fiberglass RV


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Old 04-20-2009, 12:34 PM   #1
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I bent a rear leveling jack on my Scamp 16, and now it is very hard to extend. My trailer is not available now, so called Scamp to learn which one to order (they have 2 an 18 inch and 21 inch). The parts man could not tell me which one was used on the Scamp 16.
Anyone know which length, I need?

While I am at it, has anyone found a better solution for these rear jacks?

Thanks,
Roger
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Old 04-20-2009, 01:40 PM   #2
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We have the longer ones. They extend downward from the bumper 16 inches when retracted to 21 inches when extended. Try extending the functional jack and measuring it's drop from your bumper and get the matching stabilizer.

The advantage of the swing-down stabilizer is it's lightweight, something that's important when its bolted to the bumper, far back from the axle. As for a better solution . . . I'm still looking.

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I bent a rear leveling jack on my Scamp 16, and now it is very hard to extend. My trailer is not available now, so called Scamp to learn which one to order (they have 2 an 18 inch and 21 inch). The parts man could not tell me which one was used on the Scamp 16.
Anyone know which length, I need?

While I am at it, has anyone found a better solution for these rear jacks?

Thanks,
Roger
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Old 04-20-2009, 03:23 PM   #3
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We have the longer ones. They extend downward from the bumper 16 inches when retracted to 21 inches when extended. Try extending the functional jack and measuring it's drop from your bumper and get the matching stabilizer.

The advantage of the swing-down stabilizer is it's lightweight, something that's important when its bolted to the bumper, far back from the axle. As for a better solution . . . I'm still looking.

That helps!! Thanks,
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