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Old 05-31-2004, 04:52 PM   #1
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I installed a stabilizer in front of the wheels. It is the same type as the one at the rear of the 5th wheel. The wife wants me to sit perfectly still in the morning as I get up early and she does'nt and I just have to keep moving. So I am hoping to stop more of the movement while walking around. I also have a pair of the locking chock's that go between the tires, and I have a tripod king pin stabilizer. I guess the other thing I can do is get a wife that likes to get up ealier. Better not do that, I can't go through the training again. Do any of you have any other ideas to stop the movement?

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