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Snap Pads and Outrigger Leveling Pads


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I saw online a product called Snap Pads that attach to your leveling jacks to make a larger footprint. I also saw another product called outrigger pads which are made for commercial equipment and RVs. Both look helpful for leveling a Class A or any RV for that matter. Has anyone had any experience with either of these products pro or con?

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Used both.  On the fifth-wheel where the jacks are near the edge of the body, it was easy to slip the Poly pads under the jacks.  We used them all the time to take the wear off of the jack feet. Being only a little over an inch thick, the four pads didn't take much space compared to the lumber year we used to carry.

On the Bounder, the jacks are under the body quite a a bit meaning on the knees to position the pads.  The Snap Pads attach to the jack feet and stay there.  It almost doubles the square inches of surface area. Convenient as all heck and great for the knees.

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