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Old 12-02-2017, 09:32 AM   #21
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I can only find the 24" and 30" versions for sale online. A few sites have the 20" version listed but most say discontinued or out of stock.

My concern with buying the 24" is that I would not be able to shorten it enough to fit the width of my 13' scamp frame. Thought that the install manual might have min / max dimensions but no such luck.

Here is a link to the install manual for the BAL jacks.

http://norcoind.com/bal/downloads/ma...#39;').pdf
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Old 12-02-2017, 10:38 AM   #22
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Check out these:
https://www.amazon.com/BAL-23025-Ten...abilizer+jacks
I just replaced a pair on my son's 2008 vintage iCamp. The 17 inch designation is the length of the mounting member (top). The hole pattern was only slightly off from the old ones and I had to "drag" one hole by about 1/8 inch with a rat tail file. Otherwise it worked out OK.
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Or these:
BAL Light Trailer Stabilizing Jacks 17 - $46.99
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Old 12-02-2017, 12:26 PM   #24
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Those would work but they are not as strong and do not have an integrated cross member. You might consider installing rectangular tube cross member then mounting them to it. I don't know if you could use them as service jacks.
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Old 12-02-2017, 06:21 PM   #25
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Wonder how those stabilizing jacks will work if ground isn't level from right to left. I can see the need for blocks of wood. I got 4 independent jacks from the junk yard and had them welded onto the frame of my 13 Boler. This way I can just bring them up snug to stop any trailer rock-n-roll.
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Wonder how those stabilizing jacks will work if ground isn't level from right to left. I can see the need for blocks of wood. I got 4 independent jacks from the junk yard and had them welded onto the frame of my 13 Boler. This way I can just bring them up snug to stop any trailer rock-n-roll.
The jacks shown on my trailer deploy separately and are more stable than scissors jacks.
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