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Old 10-12-2019, 05:28 PM   #1
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No front stabilizing jacks on my T-2075

Hello everyone,
I just wanted some advice on my new-to-me 2004 Solaris T-2075. There are 2 rear stabilizers but none in the front. I realize that without them, there are 7 points of contact to the ground. The dealer said that they really aren't that necessary as the queen bed is in the front of the camper while most of the foot traffic is from just in front of the tires to the back of the camper. He said he could install them if I really wanted them, but said I should give it a try without them first. I will definitely give her a weekend like this (next season... ugh) and see what I think. I would just like some input from y'all to see if you have any ideas or recommendations.
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Old 10-13-2019, 05:07 PM   #2
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My little T1700 has 4 personally 3 points does not make for a stable camper. If none of mine are down just the jack it's kind of "floaty"even with 4 wheels on the ground. It won't fall over but it's kind of nice to not feel the movement inside. My old Toyota motorhome had no jacks I carried two scissor jacks I used on the frame.

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Old 10-15-2019, 09:23 PM   #3
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I agree, I would add the front stabilizers. Stabilizers are an option for Sunline, but when campers were ordered with stabilizers, it had all 4 of them. Even on floor plans smaller than yours.

If you happen to have 2 small bottle jacks or screw jacks, or even wood blocks shimmed tight, you can try it with them just touching under the frame up front. If it feels more solids, odds are high it will, then add the attached crank down stabilizers.

We have a front bedroom and when the back the camper wiggles, the front moves. We had this on our prior T2499 and our current T310SR. Trust me, when my wife is laying in bed and I'm walking around in the back, she lets me know real quick I need to go out and do something about the wiggle.

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Old 10-19-2019, 11:29 AM   #4
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Thank you! There are mounting plates in the frame for them so I think that will be my next project either this fall or in the spring!
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