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SnapPad HiWay Bus Jack Pads for HWH Leveling Systems w/ 11-1/2" or 12" Round Jack Feet

SnapPad HiWay Bus Jack Pads for HWH Leveling Systems w/ 11-1/2" or 12" Round Jack Feet

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Perfect for Class A motorhomes with HWH or Valid leveling systems, these rubber pads install on your jacks, eliminating the need to crawl under your rig during leveling. Large surface area adds extra stability on soft ground. Includes (4) pads. Great Prices for the best rv jack pads from SnapPad. SnapPad HiWay Bus Jack Pads for HWH Leveling Systems w/ 11-1/2" or 12" Round Jack Feet part number SN66FR can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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SnapPad RV Jack Pads - SN66FR

  • 11-1/2 Inch Jack Foot
  • 12 Inch Jack Foot
  • SnapPad
  • Round Foot
  • 4 Jack Pads

Perfect for Class A motorhomes with HWH or Valid leveling systems, these rubber pads install on your jacks, eliminating the need to crawl under your rig during leveling. Large surface area adds extra stability on soft ground. Includes (4) pads.


Features:

  • Heavy-duty rubber pads snap onto your Class A motorhome's HWH or Valid leveling jacks to make leveling faster and easier
    • Eliminates the need to crawl under your motorhome to position plastic pads or wood blocks
  • Increased surface area of your leveling jack's feet provides added support for your motorhome
    • Prevents sinking into soft ground, unlike smaller metal feet
  • Durable, heavy-duty rubber is made from recycled tires
    • Grips uneven terrain and prevents metal feet from rusting or bending
    • Serves as a cushion so metal feet won't crack or chip your driveway
    • Helps dampen vibration from inside motorhome that could cause shifting
  • Built-in drains release moisture to prevent jack feet from corroding
  • Simple, one-time installation
    • Line up the pads beneath the jack feet and lower each foot until the lip on the pad fully engages and locks in place
    • No need to remove and replace pads or carry other jack pads or blocks around with you
  • Made in USA


Specs:

  • Application: Class A motorhomes (see chart below) with HWH or Valid leveling systems and (4) 11-1/2" or 12" round jack feet
  • Dimensions: 13-3/4" long x 13-3/4" wide x 2-1/4" tall
  • 2-Year limited warranty


Check the listings below for some of the most common rigs that are compatible with this system. Note: You will need to measure your jacks to confirm compatibility, as the foot size/shape of the jacks on your leveling system can vary from model to model and year to year.

  • Foretravel Ream
  • Tiffin Allegro Bus 43'+ (select models)

  • Simple, One-Time Installation

    SnapPads install quickly and easily, and never need to be removed. Install each pad one at a time. Begin by placing the pad beneath your jack, ensuring that the pad and foot are properly aligned.


    SnapPad jack pad installation

    Lower the jack until the lip of the pad fully engages around its foot and locks into place. You'll hear a snapping sound once the pad is securely installed. Repeat this process for the remaining pads. Installation is permanent, so once you have the SnapPads secured, you'll never have to worry about crawling under your RV to place pads again.


    SnapPad jack pad permanent install



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    Video of SnapPad HiWay Bus Jack Pads for HWH Leveling Systems w/ 11-1/2" or 12" Round Jack Feet

    Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




    Video Transcript for Review of SnapPad RV Jack Pads - HiWay Bus Jack Pads 11-1/2 Inch 12 Inch Jack Foot - SN66FR

    Hi everybody, Andy here with etrailer.com and today we're gonna take a look at the SnapPad HiWay bus jack pads. These four heavy duty rubber pads are going to snap onto your class A motor homes HWH or valid leveling jacks with four 11 and a half inch or 12 inch round jack feet to make leveling faster and easier for you, eliminating the need to crawl under your motor home to position plastic pads or wood blocks. Now, it is recommended to measure your jacks to confirm compatibility as the foot size and shape of the jacks on your leveling system can vary from model to model and year to year. Now, let me go ahead and retrieve my tape measure here and just give you the overall measurement of these pads. So, of course, all of these pads here are going to measure the same as this one. So, looking at the overall diameter, as you can see, we are sitting right around 13 and 7/8th inches in diameter.

    And then, laying this down here on the table, let me retrieve my ruler. Looking at the overall height, we're sitting right at two and a quarter inches tall. And, of course, the increased surface area of your leveling jack's feet is going to give you added support for your motor home, preventing sinking into soft ground, unlike smaller metal feet. Now, these pads are made here in the USA of heavy duty rubber and that rubber is actually made from recycled tires. So, these are going to grip uneven terrain and prevent your metal feet from rusting or bending.

    The built-in drains are going to release moisture to prevent your jack feet from corroding. They're also going to serve as a cushion, so your metal feet won't crack or chip away at your driveway, and they're going to help dampen vibration from inside of your fifth wheel or motor home that could cause shifting. There's not going to be any need to remove and replace these pads or carry other jack pads or blocks around with you. Now, these are going to be a simple one-time installation. You're just going to simply line up the pads beneath your jack feet and lower each foot until the lip on the pads fully engage and lock into place.

    You'll actually hear a snapping sound once the pad is securely installed. Installation is permanent, so once you have the SnapPad secured, you're never going to have to worry about crawling under your motor home to place pads again. Well, that's gonna conclude our look today. I do hope that it was helpful for you. Again, my name is Andy.

    Thank you for joining me.

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    Customer Reviews

    SnapPad HiWay Bus Jack Pads for HWH Leveling Systems w/ 11-1/2" or 12" Round Jack Feet - SN66FR

    Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (4319 Customer Reviews)

    Perfect for Class A motorhomes with HWH or Valid leveling systems, these rubber pads install on your jacks, eliminating the need to crawl under your rig during leveling. Large surface area adds extra stability on soft ground. Includes (4) pads.

    by:

    I had seen a camper with the pads on the jacks and thought they were a good idea. I received mine and had them on in less than 10 minutes. I am very pleased with them. "Thanks etrailer"



    by:

    The snap pads were easy to install and provide excellent weight distribution on hard and soft surfaces. These pads are designed to be permanently attached, avoiding taking up valuable storage space and having to climb under the vehicle during leveling. Of note: snap pads reduce ground clearance by 1 full inch, and caused dragging resulting in damage / losing the rear pads of steep curbs. Recommendation is to shave the rear pads by 1/2 inch to increase ground clearance (see photos).



    by:

    The snap pads are great! They were easy to in stall, and and add stability. Great product. Everything we have bought for our RV at etrailer has been a quality product!



    by:

    We are living in our 5th wheel pretty much full time, traveling the country and visiting national parks as we go. After installing 6 of these jack pads a year ago, and moving to at least 45 different locations, we have had zero issues and are very pleased with them.



    by:

    I've had Snap Pads on my Class A motorhome for over 2 years, and have installed them on 4 friends' Class A's.
    Recently bought a set from etrailer for another friend and just installed them on his Class C. They make setup and breakdown much easier for all of us and we wouldn't go back to standard jack pads.
    My recent purchase on etrailer was simple with quick delivery and the price was better than either Amazon or direct from Snap Pad.



    by:

    I used liquid hand soap as a lubricant. One of the jacks(right rear) didn’t have enough clearance on one side due to an angle iron brace. I had to take a little off of the pad on that side. This is on a 2019 Tiffin Phaeton 40IH-XSH. Was not enough taken off to compromise the pad.

    I am pleased with the quality of the pads and will enjoy not having to place something under the pads during setup.

    I didn’t have help so I used a hydraulic jack with a board on it to press the pad on.



    by:

    These installed easily on my 2023 Winnebago View/Navion 24D with EQ Smart Level System. I was able to put all four on without adding liquid dish soap. The key is to lower each "jack" so that you can get easier access. Once you start one side the others will fall into place as you take hold of the center hole and use that to pull towards the next connection point. You can get this done in 30 minutes or less. They seem to fit securely and I'm confident the investment was well made. Quick shipment and pay ordering from e-trailer.



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    I installed the snap pads on my RV. I thought they were on OK got to the camp ground on first trip and one pad was gone. Checked and the other were not on fully. I ordered a new pad but have not tried to put them back on. The snap pads did not snap on even with Dawn...that was a year ago and I do not have a lot of confidence they will snap on when I lower my jacks. I have a concrete drive but the pads on my RV just did not snap in like they should. Snap pads worked fine on my Big Foot levelers on my last RV.



    by:

    Just installed today. No problems at all, they popped right on with the liquid soap placed around the edge where the jack pads meet the SnapPads. I do believe these will work as manufacturer advertised. Installed on 2009 RidgeView Super C by Forest River.



    by:

    Great product! Just a drop of dish detergent around the top inside lip then place underneath the jack and press into place…process works best with two people while parked on a hard, flat surface. I took care of the underneath placement while my wife operated the hydraulic leveling system. Like the name says, it was a Snap. Start to finish, all four finished in about 10 minutes. Looks great and makes setup a breeze.



    by:

    After researching the correct SnapPads for my RV I was able to find them on etrailer at a very competitive price with free shipping. They arrived one day earlier than posted, even though they are hard rubber they were packaged very securely.



    by:

    The pads work well. I lost one because a Hydraulic jack leaked oil on it. I assume that was the cause of it coming off. I purchased a replacement. I like not having to carry boards to put under the jacks or crawl under the coach place them.



    by:

    Looks like a great product. I'll know more after the first trip with then on. Got to tell you they're a little tricky to install. Watched a couple of YouTube videos. The installation instructions say to use dish soap (Dawn) as a lubricant. Specifically says don't use silicone lubricants (WD-40). Had a little battle getting them on all the way. They would go on one side or the other, but not snapped in all the way around the foot of the jack. I ended up using a piece of 1/2" rebar under the pad on the side that wasn't all the way on. Put the jacks/pads down on the rebar and it popped the rest of the way on.



    by:

    The installation of SnapPads was straightforward and hassle-free. The process involved lifting the jacks, positioning the SnapPads underneath the jacks, and lowering the jacks to snap the pads securely into place.
    After using SnapPads on various surfaces, including concrete, gravel, and dirt, the improvements in stability were noticeable. The SnapPads enhanced the trailer's stability on all these surfaces, making them a valuable addition to our setup.

    Given the ease of installation and the significant improvement in stability, removing the SnapPads has not been considered. They have proven to be a valuable addition to our trailer in diverse camping environments.



    by:

    I love these things. In many instances I don't even bother putting a shim or pad below the stabilizers (Lippert PSX electric stabilizers on my travel trailer). However, I had to subtract a star because they are just slightly large for the PSX's feet. I already had to replace two over maybe 8 trips with a few hundred miles each, because I lost them on the road. The snap lip around the contact surface is just a bit too narrow to allow for tolerances. Likely, the jack's foot plate is either too large for the pad or too small to ensure lasting fit.



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    One thing that would have been helpful when we received our original four snap pads would have been the tip of putting dish soap around the edge of the pad so as to easily snap into place. If this would have been present in the box we wouldn't have damaged the 1 pad that we were having a hard time getting on. My suggestion would be to have something written about the installation and using dish soap to glide on easily. Also there is a video on the snap pad site for installation. This would have been helpful to know.



    by:

    "I recently needed snap pads for my class A motorhome and had trouble finding the exact ones online. After searching extensively, I contacted etrailer and spoke with Kelsey. She was incredibly helpful, asking all the right questions to ensure I got the correct pads. Within a few days, I received the pads, which were extremely easy to install, taking less than 15 minutes. They look and work great. Thank you to etrailer and a special thank you to Kelsey for her excellent service!"



    by:

    Definite addition to the upgrade that I made increasing from 9” landing jack feet to 12” landing jack feet on our diesel pusher motorhome. These 12” snap pads will allow me to distribute load better over soft ground and not punch holes in the gravel or soft sites. Plus if I need to add blocks under feet, there will be no worrying about movement of jack feet off of the blocks.



    by:

    Outstanding customer service. Excellent price. SnapPads arrived two days earlier than projected delivery date. Pads were easy to install on our van.
    Thank you.



    by: 05/30/2024

    Jamie,
    A couple of the snap pads don't
    line up and stay on well so I have to keep a close eye on them.
    They reduced the clearance of the jack pads which is bothersome since Lippert placed the foot pads so close to the ground at the factory.
    I guess I'd have to rate them as a 7 all things considered.
    Thanks for checking in!!!
    We never forget God is the reason we have hope!
    Dell Parker



    by:

    Best purchase ever!! No more trying to line up pads under the motor home jacks. They work perfectly with and on our automatic leveling jacks. We arrive at a campground, push a button and in less than 3 minutes our motorhome is level, and I didn’t have to crawl underneath trying to get pads lined up for the jacks to set on. Should have bought them years ago. They install easily and stay on.



    by:

    They are the best thing i bought for my 5th wheel trailer i just poured a little dish soap in them and lowered the legs and they snapped into place no more putting pads under legs just pull into camp site and level trailer without trying to line up pads each time.



    by:

    First set of 6 SnapPads was on our new 2015 41ft 5th wheel Grand Design. Years later bought our secound set of 4 SnapPads for our 2013 Winnebago Aspect 27K.



    by:

    Second motorhome on which I've installed SnapPads, this installation requiring a little more work in trimming mudguards as jacks closer to more substantial mudguards on this motorhome, but performing as well as previous set. Would recommend.



    by:

    They've been great. Second rig I've had SnapPads on. I did lose one on the road bottoming out after hitting a big pothole, but replaced it without any issues. When I park in front of my house to load or unload, my neighbors appreciate I am not tearing up the asphalt with jacks on those hot days.


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      Thanks for reaching out, Charlie! You're going to want either the SnapPad XTRA XL Jack Pads # SP74FR4 if your leveling system is a Lippert brand, the SnapPad HiWay Bus Jack Pads # SN66FR if you have the HWH Leveling Systems, or the SnapPad Grand Jack Pads # SP84FR74 if you have an Equalizer Leveling System. If you have a different system please let me know and I'll be happy to help you out!
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