Lowering your PUP

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  1. John L

    John L New Member

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    I have a question about lowering your PUP. I just noticed in my Coleman's manual it said - "IMPORTANT: Do not lower top unless the stabilizers are released."

    Why wouldn't you want to lower your top while the unit is stabile and level. Why do they say it's important to make sure the stabilizers are raised first. Doesn't make sense to me. Any answers from some experts?

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    As another reminder similar to Steve's post above - the dealer also told me to make sure that you have at least one rear stabilizer down before stepping inside the popup. When popped up in my driveway just to pack and get ready for a trip I can totally see myself forgetting to put stabilizers down. Hopefully I can remind myself and get a habit formed!!!

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