Note from editor: Carmen Curry who submitted this tip to us is one of the co-inventors of the Saveajack.
My husband and I have been RV camping with our children for 23 years. At that time we have, had 3 Toy Haulers. Well, that's what we call it. An RV but more like a trailer with a ramp, so we can take our off-road toys with us. We like to go deep into the desert. And we all know the roads are not always level. Even driveways can cause some jack damage. And that’s what we did; we damaged one Telescopic stabilizing jack and then 3 scissor jacks on four different trips.
We realized we needed to do something. Our first stabilizers, telescopic stabilizing jack was almost $150, so we went to scissor jacks, but then we damaged 3 jacks on the next 3 trips.
As I said, we really like going off-road. We knew RVs need stabilizers, but we knew we couldn't keep damaging them. And that's how it was born, Saveajack. A quick-release kit for your stabilizer scissor jacks. Now we just take them off when we are driving and slide them back on at camp. No more damaged scissor jacks, and we get almost 5 inches more ground clearance. Saveajack is my saving tip. : )
Editor's Note: The short video below should also give you a good idea on how the Saveajack works.
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