|Item Weight||3.55 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7.2 x 6.6 x 10.2 inches|
|Item model number||44561|
|Manufacturer Part Number||44561|
|OEM Part Number||44561|
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Camco Olympian Aluminum Stack Jacks, Stabilize And Level Your RV Or Camper - 2 pack
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Camco Olympian RV Aluminum Stack Jack Stands are designed to get secure and level RV positioning and stability. It is made from cast aluminum and can support up to 6000 lbs. These Jack Stands extend up to 17" and are easy to use.
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Easier that using wood and you can quickly remove the blocks if you want the move the RV
My 2014 model trailer came with two cheesy screw-down jacks at the rear. They weren't very stable, and both bent in a short amount of time. I've been using these for two years, for 35-40 nights a year, mostly one and two night stops at race tracks, and they're great. They've seen flooding rains, heat, dust, aven a little snow, and are holding up well. I looked into replacing the cheapie stock jacks with good quality scissor jacks, but they're about $100/pr, plus the effort to install. The scissor jacks don't save that much time at each stop, are heavier, and are subject to transit damage hanging from the frame.
To these, I've created a kit with (4) 6" sections of 6x6 lumber, (4) 6" sections of 2x6 lumber, and (4) $1.99 hockey pucks, and a foam garden kneeler from the dollar store. I use the most blocking that will fit under each jack, and give it a few turns to snug up. Twice a year or so, I give the threads and top cap pin a spray of Boesheild or CRC 3-36, just as you would with crank down mechanisms, and they stay nice and smooth.
A case that nicely holds four nested jacks with the screws removed and four pucks: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0051F8RPE/ref=twister_B00T96T7UU?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
For a larger unit, the scissors might work better, or you might need 6-8 of these, but all good at a great price for my purposes.
These are NOT automotive jacks, they aren't for lifting, and I'd never crawl under a vehicle lifted off it's wheels. They are designed to remove the bounce from an r/v sitting on it's wheels and tongue jack. Please use a proper jack and jack stands for that purpose
They were fairly easy to use and I didn't even really need the instructions. The one thing that was annoying was the length of the crank/tighteners. When I was placing the stands near parts that hung down from the trailer, I had to work a lot slower to keep from bangng into those parts. That is kind of a minor thing though. These were pretty light weight but seem to be doing a good job holding my small trailer. It's nice not to have the slight rocking motion when I am moving around inside the cabin. All in all, this was a great buy.
The jacks worked perfectly for my application. It took a while, but I raised the coop slowly and evenly using 4x4x10 posts balanced on top of these jack stands, which definitely wasn't what these were intended for (kids, don't try this at home), but took the abuse without complaint. Once a load was on the jacks, I had no noticeable wobble as other reviewers noted, though I wasn't walking around on the coop or wiggling it to test for wobble.
As a bonus, now that I don't need them for their intended purpose or the initial use I had, I can use them for a standing desk build.