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    SteadyFast

    This is just an FYI for anyone thinking about installing this or a like product. I installed the SteadyFast stabilizers about 2 months ago. Bought it off amazon as they had the best price. Install took about 3-4 hours, would have been less but I had a buddy weld on the L-brackets for the bars. This isn't necessary, but my buddy who's house I keep our trailer at is a welder by trade, so why not. This has been one of the best upgrades we have done since we got the trailer. We've been out twice since than & it takes 90-95% of the remaining shake out of the trailer that the standard stabilizers don't. Any questions let me know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hitsman3 View Post
    This is just an FYI for anyone thinking about installing this or a like product. I installed the SteadyFast stabilizers about 2 months ago. Bought it off amazon as they had the best price. Install took about 3-4 hours, would have been less but I had a buddy weld on the L-brackets for the bars. This isn't necessary, but my buddy who's house I keep our trailer at is a welder by trade, so why not. This has been one of the best upgrades we have done since we got the trailer. We've been out twice since than & it takes 90-95% of the remaining shake out of the trailer that the standard stabilizers don't. Any questions let me know.
    I put JTStrong Arms on our last fifth wheel. Donít have them on this one, but they definitely make a big difference. I think Iíll be doing the same soon. Thanks for the post.


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    I installed the SteadyFast stabilizers and then added a BAL kingpin tripod. The tripod got rid even more of the bouncing, since the master bedroom in ours is hanging over the front of the camper, right over the kingpin.
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    Yes, a number of folks here have installed JT Strong Arms or Steadyfast with excellent results. We have JTs front and rear since new and have been very pleased with how well they stop RV movement.

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