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Posted: 06/18/19 12:40pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

both our current TT and previous had/has electric stabilizers. i have had no problems with them. i wouldn't require them on future purchase, manual would be fine for me. lowering and raising the electric ones do give my wife something to do setting up and breaking down the camper that makes her feel important

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Stay with manual...drill with socket is less headaches...


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harley4275 wrote:

Stay with manual...drill with socket is less headaches...


X2 Totally agree!!!


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my electric stabilizer jacks are powered by a 18V dewalt cordless drill. Grandson has fun helping me and it's quick.


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