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Old 09-08-2020, 08:38 AM   #1
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Class C Stabilizers?

On our first trip in our 29' Minnie! So far, all good.

But, I can see that we might benefit from Stabilizers to limit the rocking. Adding them to the rear seems easy enough, but I'm wondering.... Is it also possible to add them to the front of a E/450?

Or, should the rear be sufficient?
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Old 09-08-2020, 03:19 PM   #2
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My E450 had had hydraulic levelers and the frame did not have any problem. Of coarse they were up front as well as the rear. So I would say you could do what you want. Ask Winne were they should be attached.
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DesertRatt did you call Winnebago? Let us know what they say. Let us know how first trip turned out.
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Old 09-24-2020, 10:18 AM   #4
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our 2003 31' Minnie had this issue when we took it out our first time. There were no stabilizer jacks, I think that is something that is more recent for the Class C's. I got two scissor jacks mounted to the back frame and two pyramid style jacks for the front that I'll slide under the frame to snug up to help.

We are taking it out this weekend to see if that fixes the problem for us. Our local RV repair guy says it should help a lot. I will report back on Monday.
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OK, we tried it out this weekend with the stabilizer jacks. I think it made some difference but not a great amount. I am not sure how much to tighten them up so maybe I didn't tighten them enough. So the jury is still out for me on them.

https://photos.app.goo.gl/hMN7turtr9k87aAp9

Any thoughts?
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