We’ve been using a Fastjack King Pin Stabilizer for several years. You’ll see in the video, the unit still looks brand new. There are several different types of king pin stabilizers available. We found the FastJack lives up to its name. Regardless, if you’ve parked on a surface that’s not level or has large gravel, the FastJack is simple to adjust in minutes to match the surface and stabilize the front of the 5th wheel.
Even with the 5th wheel king pin stabilizer and along with the front jacks and rear stabilizer, there can still be some forward and backward movement that results from the camper wheels and axle. Our solution was the Equal-i-zer Wheel Chocks. One note, you must have dual or triple axles under your camper for this system to work. Also, this is not for 5th wheels only. Any camper with multiple axles can benefit from the Equal-i-zer Wheel Chocks. After a one time configuration to set the length of the unit, these wheel chocks can be set in place in minutes. We found adding pressure to the tires and axles can reduce that forward movement often felt when there’s brisk activity inside the camper.
We hope you find these camper stabilizers helpful.
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Below is a list of the products we mention in the video along with links describing each:
FastJack King Pin Stabilizer – https://amzn.to/2uzY3Tp
Equal-i-zer Wheel Chock – https://amzn.to/2GFSSX8
Master Lock Padlock – https://amzn.to/2uxTs46
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