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    Steadyfast on an 2021 Imagine 2910BH

    Hi Everyone,
    I recently installed the steadyfast on my 2910BH, my concern is that the back stabilizers are a bit low when the footplates are attached. There is a roughly 12" clearance to the ground. Maybe 1-1.5" inches lower than before.

    The original mounting spot of the stabilizers is on the bumper bracket. So I'm wondering if I should move them forward and mount the stabilizers directly to the frame.

    Before it seemed like they were pretty close to scraping, although they haven't yet. Just worried that I'm going to leave the whole thing in a drive way somewhere.

    Thanks for any input

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    Can you post some picks of it on the rear? I have the JT Strong arm system so I need to see to compare.


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    I will have to reconnect it back up to the truck to see the exact ride height. But I'm almost positive it will be right around 12". I think I might move the stabilizers forward and off the bumper bracket and onto the frame. The only problem with that is that its 20" up. I would need a healthy amount of blocking.
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    Steadyfast on an 2021 Imagine 2910BH

    I was able to mount mine to the back of the bumper because I could weld the brackets to it. And it made it to where I can still store the stinky slinky, hard to tell if you can do the same?


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    For what its worth, it looks about the same as mine & I haven't had any issues.
    Jason & Jamie
    2016 F150 Lariat Supercrew 4x4, 5.0L, 3.55
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    What is the clearance of yours, and how far back from the wheels are they? Thanks a bunch in advance.

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    I will check on Saturday as we keep our trailer at a friends house as we don't have room on our city lot. I will be installing the MORryde CRE3000 so I will check then and let you know. It did lower ours around 1-1/2"-2" I would say after the install. We've taken it out twice since install, about 200 mile round trip both times and haven't had an issue.
    Jason & Jamie
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    2020 Imagine XLS 22RBE
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