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- April 17, 2017 at 05:36 #14605DonParticipant
I don’t trust using my off loaded camper, while supported only by corner jacks. Was thinking about setting camper on 3/4″ plywood while traveling on the P/U. Then using this ply/board with 4 screw jacks and cross beams to support camper floor when offloaded. Regretfully this will add significantly to my weight. I figure no need to reinvent this wheel if you and your readers already have suggestions that work. If this was already covered please point me in the right direction.
PS: Being a newbie to this I have enjoyed and learned much from your site. Thanks for your efforts.
- May 3, 2017 at 16:16 #15426AnonymousInactive
You could try cutting that plywood so that it forms an X shape, this will eliminate the screw jacks and taking up less space.
- May 6, 2017 at 09:49 #15547Frank MehaffeyParticipant
With an older camper, I felt the same way. I had 2 pieces of 3/4″ with 2 barn door hinges joining one side of the pieces with a chain between the upside down V shape to keep the distance between the wood even and restrained. 4 of them weighed about 40 lbs. and were fairly compact with the 2 pieces folded together. The wider the wood, the less right to left wiggle with the camper on them.
- October 1, 2017 at 13:01 #17393AnonymousInactive
My camper does not go all the way down either.About one foot shy
What I have done on the drive way was use many plastic milk creates under a sheet of plywood . I guess for transporting I would store them in the bath room.
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