One of things that I missed about our travel trailer were the stabilizer jacks on each corner that was so easy to use and really reduced the movement from the wind or people walking around in the rig.
The former owner had left two stabilizer jacks in one of the compartments, but they were heavy to move in and out and were a pain to get up and under the rig (I'm pretty spoiled huh!).
So, thankfully I have a neighbor who is a jack of all trades and welding is one of the many things that he does well. So I drove across the street and John went to work getting the jacks welded to the frame.
Doesn't look too comfortable, does it...
So, not only did John do a great job welding up the jacks, but he put bolts in to make doubly sure that those jacks didn't come off while we were heading down the road. Can't wait to try them out for the first time!
If you are in Arizona and ever need a great handyman/craftsman, let me know and I will give you John's contact information. He is fast and always does great work.
Daily Quote! “I have yet to find the man, however exalted his station, who did not do better work and put forth greater effort under a spirit of approval than under a spirit of criticism. ” Charles Schwab