|Item Weight||7.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||6.1 x 6.1 x 11 inches|
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|Item model number||44560|
|Manufacturer Part Number||44560|
|OEM Part Number||44560|
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Camco Olympian Aluminum Stack Jacks, Stabilize, Position And Level Your RV, Trailer Or Camper, Can Support Up to 6,00 lbs, Extends 17" - (4 Pack) (44560)
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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
One thing to note is that these max out at about 17", so consider that before purchasing. The frame on my camper is fairly low (about 16" from the ground), so it wasn't a big deal for us, but it could be a problem for higher frames. I didn't want to max out the screw, so I cut a 12 foot 2x8 into 8 inch sections to put the jacks on and that worked great. You could easily stack 4 or 5 of these blocks to gain height.
With regard to the screw being loose as some reviews suggested, this is true, but just make sure it's nice and straight and you'll be fine. That goes away once there is downward pressure on the jack. You should only be using these for stabilizing, so it shouldn't be an issue. As sturdy as these feel, I certainly wouldn't be using these to lift anything off the ground. I would highly suggest that if you use these the way I am, to circle around your camper several times and turn each jack 1/2 turn each time. This will add pressure to your frame and the jacks evenly. Do the opposite when removing them to gradually remove the pressure evenly.
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.
Now I know they sell taller ones but I needed 4 and prime shipping could get them to the house in 2 days so I took a shot. I was able to block them up and make them work, once I did that it was all good.