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Old 09-20-2021, 01:55 PM   #1
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Hello,

Our front RV stabilizer jacks both bent sideways when we last went camping. They cannot be repaired. I ordered new ones. I am a little confused as to how to remove the old bracket to the frame. There are 4 fasteners, two of them are hidden under the coroplast (underbelly). Are these well fasteners?

Here are a few pictures of what it looks like underneath.


Thanks for any assistance.

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Old 09-26-2021, 09:36 AM   #2
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The second picture looks pretty straight forward, in fact it looks like you already removed one nut...I can not figure out the third picture...The only alternative I think is to drop down the coroplast enough to at least get an inspection mirror in so you can see the upper fasteners, then go from there...The coroplast is like a cardboard correct, not a fabric...???If the coroplast is like a cardboard you could also cut a piece of it to make an access hole and when your finished the repair just tape the cut piece back in place...
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Old 09-26-2021, 06:03 PM   #3
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I took one of my stabilizer jack off to repair the shear pin in the motor drive.

On mine, the two on the outside edge of the frame are a nut and bolt. The two that attach the jack to the frame on the inside are self tapping screws.

You can see the ones on the outside quite easily and just use a wrench on one side and drill driver. The ones on the inside are just unscrewed with a drill driver with the right nut driver attachment. I think mine was 3/8"
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