Bigger Wheels = Longer Stabilizers?

Discussion in 'Stabilizing Your Camper' started by Starry_Eyed_Camper, Jun 2, 2019.

  1. Anthony Hitchings

    Anthony Hitchings Active Member

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    no need to replace stabilizers, throw away the blocks and buy four bed lifts ( look like truncated pyramids with a recess on top) from Ikea - they also nest for compact storage
     
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    I am planning on a lift with some larger wheels / tires to help with off pavement camping, and that typically means soft ground to stabilize against anyway, so I will be using blocks until I stop using the camper.

    Having said that, extendible longer stabilizers that had a reasonably large foot area would go a VERY long way to keeping me from having to use blocks...
     
  3. Anthony Hitchings

    Anthony Hitchings Active Member

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    and here is what the "Bed Lifts" look like in action - they work great on our lifted Aliner
     

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    I looked on FB and found no shortage of Lynx Levelers available cheap. Even come in a storage case and more versatile than a bed riser in my opinion.
     
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    We use bed risers to raise table heights for working on quilts, and at church for making pies. For campers, the Lynx are more useful to me - wider base, meant for outdoor use.
     
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    You make pies in bed risers?
     
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