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Old 03-14-2009, 02:43 PM   #1
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Looked at all of 'em, weighed pros/cons. Decided on the Eliminator system. The new JTs are being made in China now(so I've been told) and Plug-It-Right has plastic/phenolic/nylon knobs(afraid of UV deterioration with time. Should arrive on Tuesday, hope to have them installed a few days later. I'll post pics of the install. Hope I made the right decision, but anything has to help with the side to side rocking. Got 'em from Tweety's.
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Awesome!! Let us know how they work and take a good picture pictorial!
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Old 03-15-2009, 12:17 AM   #3
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Please post a review and some pics, I have an appointment at camping world in April to have them installed, let us know how you like them..I got tired of dragiing that worthless king pin tri pod around...
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Looked at all of 'em, weighed pros/cons. Decided on the Eliminator system. The new JTs are being made in China now(so I've been told) and Plug-It-Right has plastic/phenolic/nylon knobs(afraid of UV deterioration with time. Should arrive on Tuesday, hope to have them installed a few days later. I'll post pics of the install. Hope I made the right decision, but anything has to help with the side to side rocking. Got 'em from Tweety's.
Can you post a link to them? I tried to find them on Tweety's and kept coming up with
Plug-It- Right.
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Looked at all of 'em, weighed pros/cons. Decided on the Eliminator system. The new JTs are being made in China now(so I've been told) and Plug-It-Right has plastic/phenolic/nylon knobs(afraid of UV deterioration with time. Should arrive on Tuesday, hope to have them installed a few days later. I'll post pics of the install. Hope I made the right decision, but anything has to help with the side to side rocking. Got 'em from Tweety's.
Can you post a link to them? I tried to find them on Tweety's and kept coming up with
Plug-It- Right.


They're in the jacks levelers and stabilizers section...



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Thanks, Patrick.

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Do you get both the setup for the front and rear or only the front?



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Thanks Patrick for posted the link, sorry for the late answers guys, I'm working nights this hitch(as usual).



Michael, I ordered the whole set. We notice the side-to-side movement a little in the front bedroom, but it's always been worst when sitting in the recliners in the rear. Kinda like the tail wagging the dog. Have tried every method of blocking the rear stabilizers with little/no luck. We use the Roto-Choks and have have virtually no front to back movement.
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I ordered them from Camping World, I have electric jaxks on the rear, so the stabilizer can only be installed on the front legs, so be aware that as I understand it they can't be used on electric rear jacks, I aso use roto-chocks and I can never seem to get the bounce out, I do the retighten after it cools down and I have a tri pod, so I will try these and live with the results..
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I can install the front ones but on my Cruiser the rear stab. jacks are mounted at a sideway angle to the frame. I would have to see if there was a way to make thi work.
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