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Old 10-10-2016, 08:24 PM   #71
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Saving one less item to take care of . Cut the handle off of blocks so they are square . Attached with stainless hardware . Always on pads .

Hi Patandlinda,
I liked the yellow blocks. They looked nice. What yellow blocks did you used and where to purchase? Thanks
Hi Tonny . I had purchased from Camping World when on sale . I have seen them on Amazon too . They are 4 with a strap to keep them together . Price was 11-12 dollars . Thought a good idea so bottom of metal plates won't rust too bad . Pat
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Hi Tonny . I had purchased from Camping World when on sale . I have seen them on Amazon too . They are 4 with a strap to keep them together . Price was 11-12 dollars . Thought a good idea so bottom of metal plates won't rust too bad . Pat
Camco 44595 stabilizer jack pads 12.58 Amazon
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Hi Pat,
Thanks for the quick reply. Are they Ramble blocks (8 1/2" x 8 1/2") ? or are they different kind of blocks which you cut to meet the size of the sand pads. If they are not levelling blocks, what is the product name? Thanks.
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Thanks for the quick reply. Are they Ramble blocks (8 1/2" x 8 1/2") ? or are they different kind of blocks which you cut to meet the size of the sand pads. If they are not levelling blocks, what is the product name? Thanks.
Hi Tonny there are Camco #44595 on Amazon called stabilizer jack pads for 12.58 . They are yellow . Sorry I don't know how to take that picture and put it here . When you go to Amazon ask for stabilizer jack pads . Let me know if this helps . Pat
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Thankyou Donna ! How can I do this ? Pat
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Hello Donna and Pat,
Thankyou very much for the info. I appreciated you both for helping.
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All Mac's Donna . I-pad and mini Mac . Got to give a try . Thankyou again . Pat
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Back to Donna's photo....I ran deck screws through two sets of four pads (in lieu of the strap in the photo). It never made sense to me to mess around stacking one, two, three, or four of these, since they're only a little over 1/2" thick each, and the screw jacks are infinitely adjustable. I usually put a four-stack under each rear jack on our 19, since the rear jacks start out a little higher. They're easier to pack up that way as well.
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