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BAL 23216 Lock Arm Jack Stabilizing Bars
R.V. Products 23216 Lock Arm Stabilizing Bars
BAL 23216 Lock Arm Jack Stabilizing Bars

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: $76.51
MFG P/N: 23216
MFG: BAL R.V. Products
UPC #: 702028232165
Weight (lbs): 8

Quantity in Stock :33

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Product Code: 94-0807

DESCRIPTION Instructions
The BAL 23216 Products Lock-Arm Stabilizing Bars add support from the frame of the trailer to the base of the stabilizer jacks or landing gear. By having this support between these two solid points the increased stability eliminates most trailer movement. The Lock-Arm Stabilizers mount to most leveling jacks with a unique swivel mount which works at various angles
  • Adapts to most crank down leveling/stabilizing jacks as well as 5th wheel landing gear
  • Unique swivel mount works at various jack angles
  • Telescopic Lock-Arm travels up and down with jack for easy setup and storage
  • Simple one-time, bolt-on application
  • Telescoping tubes travel up and down with the jack and never have to be removed
  • Uses 3/4" crank handle (not included) to lock and unlock Lock-Arm
  • Color: Black
  • Material: Metal
  • Weight: 8 lbs
  • Dimensions: 3/8" 24 threaded rod end/ hex jam nut/ hex lock nut
  • Includes: (2) Lock-Arms and mounting hardware
  • Limited lifetime manufacturer warranty
  • Made in the USA

BAL Lock Arm Jack Stabilizing Bars

Additional Product Information
STEP 1: Park your travel trailer or fifth wheel trailer in the desired camping location, Prevent wheels from rolling by using tire chocks.

STEP 2: Level and/or stabilize the trailer using installed jacks.

STEP 3: Once the trailer is level or stabilized, secure both Lock-Arms in the locked position by tightening the set bolt clockwise using a 3/4" jack crank handle (or 3/4" socket or wrench). This will help eliminate unwanted movement during trailer use.

STEP 4: When you are ready to store jacks for travel, loosen each set bolt counter-clockwise with a 3/4" jack crank handle (or 3/4" socket or wrench). This will disengage the lock-Arm and allow you to retract the leveling or stabilizing jacks to the stored position. Note: you are not required to re-tighten the set bolt when the lock-Arm is in the stored position as the bolt is designed not to loosen up and fall out of the lock-Arm do to vibration during travel.

CAUTION: Do not operate jack (up or down) while set boll is engaged or it could cause damage to lock-Arm and trailer's jack.