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    Quote Originally Posted by Earl Grotts View Post
    Rob,

    Thank you very much for the info. I will try filling the way you do next time, and see how that works. As for the stabilizers, I may invest in wheel chocks I have seen that goes between the tires and spreads out to stop all "fore and aft" movement. The ones I have now just go on the ground on each side of the tire.

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    Hi Earl,

    I use the wheel chocks that spread out and lock the wheels. It helps a lot with the back and forth movement. You will still get the bounce but this makes things much more stable.

    Rob
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    We have a 2019 297 and like some others we drop the stabilizers down before the slides go out, also the water tank fill till the last light on, never had a problem. for the bounce strongly suggest the tire chocks that go between the wheels like a scissors, they help a lot. I also installed Sumo Springs on the rig, and they help as advertised for driving with the added bonus of reducing movement when set up on a site. Best of luck and hope this helps a little.
    Bill

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    Welcome to the site. We just got our rig in April, used it all summer, and love it. Almost wish we lived more to the south to camp more.
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    Thans for the help

    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfyukon View Post
    We have a 2019 297 and like some others we drop the stabilizers down before the slides go out, also the water tank fill till the last light on, never had a problem. for the bounce strongly suggest the tire chocks that go between the wheels like a scissors, they help a lot. I also installed Sumo Springs on the rig, and they help as advertised for driving with the added bonus of reducing movement when set up on a site. Best of luck and hope this helps a little.
    Bill
    Thanks Wolfyukon,

    I have invested in the Scissor type chocks that go between the tires to help Fore and Aft movement. I will look in to the Sumo Springs. Did you have then installed or is it a DIY project? We probably won't do anything now until next spring, as this weekend will be our last camping trip this season.

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    Earl & Karen

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