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    Re: I am now steady with SteadyFast Stabilizers

    Quote Originally Posted by bowhunt73 View Post
    Remember I was forced to go in front of the leg with the hinge due to the battery box and the alternative side (reversing the whole set up) was the propane line running back.
    This part I am familiar with as I have the same camper.

    Quote Originally Posted by bowhunt73 View Post
    Are you going to work in the snow or do you have it inside? Good luck. I had to drill a hole in the pads for the rears. One hole each.
    I will be working outside, so I will wait for the snow to melt and I can work on it in the driveway instead of the wet ground I am sure I will have. lol
    2008 F350 CC 4x4, 6.4L DIESEL....2012 Greystone 33CK.

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    Re: I am now steady with SteadyFast Stabilizers

    Okay. Be sure to post some pics when ur done.

    one last thing.....
    Due to the placement of the front bars (our battery box and propane lines), it a tad tight working the big screw. Make sure that the pull pin for your landing gear doesn't interfere with the big handle on the steadyfast system. I only say this because you'll be working on all this while the legs are extended.
    Randall & Carrie & Family

    2012 Greystone 33CK
    -Indigo Interior
    -Custom Bunk Nets
    -SteadyFast Stabilizers
    Hensley TrailerSaver BD3 Air Hitch

    2005 Superduty F350 6.0L Crewcab Longbed
    2013 German Shepherd (Duke) runs on Fromm
    HOC# 2089


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    Re: I am now steady with SteadyFast Stabilizers

    I was just looking at your pictures again. Did you not use the brackets to "clamp" it to the frame? If not, was it due to water tanks being in the way? I am installing mine on Saturday, I just pre-assembled everything today.
    2008 F350 CC 4x4, 6.4L DIESEL....2012 Greystone 33CK.

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    Re: I am now steady with SteadyFast Stabilizers

    I installed a steadyfast today. Took about 4 hours and I had to do the same setup, the only thing I did different is order the two extra pads. I also installed the back bar in the opposite direction you did. Camp with it in two weeks can't wait tosee how it works.
    David
    Kelly, Sara , Aaron
    2011 silverado, 2500HD LTZ Duramax
    2012 Greystone 33CK

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