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    Midwestgirl
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    Ice covered front and back stabilizers.

    We are traveling home to Minnesota at this time through winter conditions. The front and back stabilizers are encased with ice build up. How should I remove the ice before they are extended???
    Hot water? Some type of heated source to melt the ice? Suggestions are appreciated!!!
    I will be unhooking on a driveway pad that has been plowed out. Thank you.

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    Re: Ice covered front and back stabilizers.

    Don't use water on them for sure. Try tapping them with a rubber mallet to knock off the heavy stuff, then try and run them down. I bet you will have no trouble with them, they are very strong. Best of luck.
    Steve and Schlonda- Virgie, Kentucky
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    Re: Ice covered front and back stabilizers.

    Will try! Thank you!

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    Re: Ice covered front and back stabilizers.

    I hope it works for you. I read your other post, glad you are safe now.
    Steve and Schlonda- Virgie, Kentucky
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    Camper
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    Re: Ice covered front and back stabilizers.

    Some WD-40 will help.

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    Midwestgirl
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    Re: Ice covered front and back stabilizers.

    We unhooked today with no problems. The ice was soft enough to just brush away; was warmer the past 24 hours. everything operated great!!

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