That’s Not Normal

The image shows the two front stabilizer jacks on a RV parked near us. They are both supposed to be oriented perpendicular to the ground like the far one. Driving in the desert involves crossing dry washes, which are the channels water courses through during rain storms. They are called dry washes because that’s what they normally are, dry creek beds. Cross one at the wrong place and a leveling jack might dig into the bank, which is what happened here. A mobile mechanic has been contacted and will fix it for the owner tomorrow. Not always are the joys of RVing, joys.

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  1. If you a talking about the 2 plates that are supposed to touch the ground and prevent the vehicle from sinking into the soft ground below, then they should definitely NOT be perpendicular but definitely parallel to the ground.

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