bing tracking image
  1. RV Jack Pads
  2. Stromberg Carlson
  3. 9 Inch Jack Foot
  4. Round Foot
  5. Square Foot
  6. 1 Jack Pad
Stromberg Carlson RV Jack Pads for RVs and Trailers - 14" Long x 12" Wide - Rubber - Qty 1

Stromberg Carlson RV Jack Pads for RVs and Trailers - 14" Long x 12" Wide - Rubber - Qty 1

Item # SC37VR
Retail:$61.92
Our Price: $47.66
You Save: 23%
RV Jack Pads
Shipping Weight: 11 lbs
Add to cart
zoom in icon
slider vertical icon
zoom out icon
Comment field cannot be left empty.
Name field cannot be left empty.

Thank you! Your comment has been submitted successfully. You should be able to view your question/comment here within a few days.

Error submitting comment. Please try again momentarily.

Product Images

In Use/Installed

Customer Photos

Need help with installation?
Locate installers near me
This 2" thick jack pad serves as a cushion so the metal jack foot on your Class A, fifth wheel, or travel trailer leveling system won't damage your driveway. Heavy-duty rubber resists corrosion and won't crack, even after extended use. Great Prices for the best rv jack pads from Stromberg Carlson. Stromberg Carlson RV Jack Pads for RVs and Trailers - 14" Long x 12" Wide - Rubber - Qty 1 part number SC37VR can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
  • All Info
  • Reviews (88)
  • Q & A (0)
  • Videos (2)
  • Photos

Stromberg Carlson RV Jack Pads - SC37VR

  • 9 Inch Jack Foot
  • Stromberg Carlson
  • Round Foot
  • Square Foot
  • 1 Jack Pad

This 2" thick jack pad serves as a cushion so the metal jack foot on your Class A, fifth wheel, or travel trailer leveling system won't damage your driveway. Heavy-duty rubber resists corrosion and won't crack, even after extended use.


Features:

  • Jack pad serves as a cushion so metal jack foot won't crack or chip your driveway
    • Great for leveling systems on Class A motorhomes, 5th wheels, and travel trailers
    • Works with standard tongue jacks, standard and 9" landing gear, and scissor jacks
  • Solid, heavy-duty rubber construction won't crack or break
    • Resistant to UV rays, water, mold, and corrosion
    • Provides reliable support on any surface
  • Built-in handle makes each pad simple to position and remove


Specs:

  • Dimensions: 14" long x 12" wide x 2" thick
  • Quantity: 1 pad
  • 2-Year warranty


JBP-1214.2 Stromberg Carlson Rubber Base Pads for RVs and Trailers - 14" x 12"




California residents: click here


Video of Stromberg Carlson RV Jack Pads for RVs and Trailers - 14" Long x 12" Wide - Rubber - Qty 1

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




Video Transcript for Stromberg Carlson RV and Trailer Jack Pads Review

AJ: What's up, everybody It's AJ with etrailer.com. Today, we're going to be checking out these jack pads from Stromberg Carlson. They're going to come in a variety of different sizes. And what they're going to do is they're going to either increase the footprint on your stabilizer jacks or your jacks on your rig. That means, gives a bigger footprint. So if you're on gravel, if you're on sand or wet ground, there's not going to be any sinkage in there and then have an uneven rig.

That's going to make that footprint bigger so it won't sink, whatsoever.The other thing it does good is protects the concrete. If your rig's a little heavier, you're worried about chipping that concrete or busting it up with the weight of it, not going to have that. If you have these pads underneath there, it's going to be a nice, big area of protection, and you'll be good to go. Let's check it out.Now, I've got them all laid out here, just to show you the different sizes they come in. And you can see them right next to each other, seeing which one's maybe going to work better for you.

We'll start over here. This is the smaller one. This one's nine by six with a five-eighths thickness. Now this one's going to come in a pack of four. So when you buy this, you'll get four of them.Next to it, we have the 11 by 10.

This one comes in a pack of two, and it has an inch thickness. Next up, we have the 14 by 12, and this one also has a one-inch thickness, and it comes in a pack of two. And then, last but not least, we have the 14 by 12, and it's got a two-inch thickness, and it only comes with one. So if you need two of these, you're going to have to buy two of them separately.Now, I'm going to kind of show you how they work. I know that sounds silly.

They just go under the pad, and you set them down on there, and you're done. But they actually interlock with each other. So if you had a couple of different sizes, and you just need a little extra height or something to even it out, you can see there's an indention on the back that goes right over the logo itself. And then you can't move it. You see I'm trying to push it back and forth. It's not going to slide on you or anything like that. And plus, with pressure, it's not going anywhere.Another nice touch is that they lined it up so that the handles are always in line with each other. So no matter what size you put together, the handles are going to be lined up. So when need to pull them out, you can pull them out easily. That grip's always going to be there for you to use.Now you see, behind me, we have two of the bigger ones and one of these, so pretty much like I just had. You can line up on that one with the smaller one. Again, handles still fit just fine. And even on the thickest one over here. we'll set that on top of there. same thing. Still hand grip open. Still catches. I'll try and push it back and forth. It's not moving on me. So that just lets you know that if you do use different combinations of these to get that heighth you need or more stabilization that you need, it's going to be fine. It's not going to slip on you.Once we're inside here, you can kind of see what smaller one, the six by nine one, is better used for. This foot on our enclosed trailer is a little smaller than the ones on our rig outside. And this is about the only thing we could find, really, that it would fit with. But to expand that footprint even bigger, you see that it is bigger than the normal foot, here. We went ahead and added one underneath. That way, it's got way bigger footprint, and there won't be any sinking if we park it on loose gravel or sand or something like that.Now let's see what it takes to make sure we get the right size. I'm going to hold up this 11 by 10, up to the nine-inch foot, here, and just show you. It looks like it covers up pretty well. You see some of the foot hangs over this gap where the handle would be, which is probably fine. But I would rather just go up one more size, the 12 by 14. And you can see you have much more room here. This makes the footprint bigger, like I keep saying, so it's less likely they shift around on you.You might be wondering how does the 10 by 11 not fit that nine-inch foot Well, I'm going to measure it out for you to show you that the measurements include the handle part. So that could be a little deceiving. That's how you get your 11. So really it comes here to nine. So then, that's what's causing that overhang, there.There's a few different RV pads out there, different styles of them. The ones we we're working with are the rubber ones. There's also plastic ones. And some people just straight up use a two by four. I saw a bunch of different DIY things on YouTube, of people making their own. I think the rubber is the best way to go. And if you use a woodblock, that's easy, but that's not going to last you very long. That's going to get moisture in there. That wood's going to fail or start to break apart when you least expect it. It's just not good to use those. I would just get rid of that.The plastics Now those are heavy duty. Those will hold up just fine. I'd be worried that they would crack or something or break when I drop them. I messed with some of the stackers, and they seem pretty sturdy and all. But I kind of just like the thick rubber, instead. I know it's not going to break. It's not going to chip away. It's not going to crack. It's going to hold up. It's bendable. The elements aren't going to bother it. I just think this is the way to go, if you want to buy something that's going to last you a long time.The other thing you might not think about is how easy it is to clean these off. You normally have the plastic ones. They usually have more going on, on top. They have more texture to them. That means it's going to collect that dirt or whatever. So, like I said, the wet ground or the gravel. It might collect more of that and be harder to clean off when you go to throw it in your basement doors. This one's rubber. It's not going to collect anything. It's not going to get any of that moisture in there. You're not going to have to worry about that, like what you have to do with a woodblock, which, like I said, that's going to absorb that moisture. And then, it's going to fail and break down on you. That's not going to happen with this. So you don't even have to worry about it.We're out here on a gravel road just to show you what I'm talking about. Now, I've said it multiple times. The loose gravel that easily moves. When you go to set your feet down there, it's going to move stuff around. It's going to shift on you. This is going to help you with that. Drop the pad down. You can see. Kick it with my foot, trying to move it. Does not move as easily. And it's nice and even. It's going to even out all those points that you don't normally have, if it's kind of shifted around underneath you. I can stand on here. It's not shifting that much. I move around on it, show you it's not skidding. It's not going anywhere.Another thing to think about with the plastic versus the rubber is that the rubber is going to actually, maybe, for lack of a better term, conform or grip the gravel better when you're pushing on it, because it's rubber. The plastic one's not going to have that. It's not going to have any give. It's going to stay rigid. And, as you push down on it or maybe push down on it from the side, it might start to slide over a little bit on you, and you don't want that happening.And that's it for the jack pads from Stromberg Carlson. Again, I think they're all going to work really well. They come in a bunch of different sizes so that you can get the one that's best suited for you. They're way better than the plastic. And of course, everything is better than using a woodblock. So these are going to be way better than those two options. And they're really going to help you out. Thanks for hanging out. I hope this helped.


Customer Reviews

Stromberg Carlson RV Jack Pads for RVs and Trailers - 14" Long x 12" Wide - Rubber - Qty 1 - SC37VR

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (88 Customer Reviews)

This 2" thick jack pad serves as a cushion so the metal jack foot on your Class A, fifth wheel, or travel trailer leveling system won't damage your driveway. Heavy-duty rubber resists corrosion and won't crack, even after extended use.

by:

We have used these before and they’ve been great, because it’s a dense closed cell rubber they don’t crush or break easily. That’s why we purchased the same thing again. But what made this experience buying them so great was the excellent customer service we received from Joshua K. When we discovered we had left our pads at our previous RV site (you’re welcome to whomever now has four great jack pads) we immediately went online and found them at etrailer. We paid for expedited three day shipping to arrive on Friday as we were leaving the following Monday. Friday came and left with no shipment arriving so I called and left Joshua a voicemail on Monday. He responded back on Tuesday that he’d received verification of delivery early Monday evening. Because of the delayed shipment we had to change our travel plans so I requested a refund of the $44 expedite fee, even though I know once a product leaves their dock they have no control of the shipment. Joshua replied one day later confirming our refund, thus ensuring we will continue to be satisfied etrailer customers. Great service!!

Jody

10/6/2023

We’ve been full time for 5 years and have been through multiple types of jack pads. We’ve used these for a year and they still look like new. Being a closed cell rubber makes them able to withstand the abuse some RV park sites seem to cause. I’d definitely buy them again. I also find etrailer to be an excellent source, we’ve used them for many RV related items.

Etrailer Expert

Mike L.

10/19/2023

@Jody We're glad to hear that your # SC37VR Jack Pads are working well for you, and thanks for the kind words!!


by:

About a year ago, I purchased four of the 2" Stromberg Carlson RV Jack Pads (Item # SC37VR) and four of the 1" Stromberg Carlson RV Jack Pads (Item # SC57VR) for our 26,000 lb GVWR Class A motorhome. I was tired of the ragged look of the DIY wooden blocks that I made and wanted some support for the motorhome jacks when parking on rocky, dirt, and concrete sites. I found these on e-trailer and decided to give them a try. First of all, they were not cheap, but, in my opinion, they were well worth the cost.

The jack pads these pads are incredibly durable. Constructed with high-quality, heavy-duty rubber, they provide a stable and reliable foundation for my RV's jacks, even on uneven terrain. To reduce the sway of the motorhome when parked, I like to have the jacks extended as little as possible when leveling. The stackable grid pattern design of the Stromberg RV Jack Pads, consistent across the 1" and 2" pads, provides a stable footprint for the motorhome when using a combination of 1" pads and 2" pads at each leveling jack location.

The ability to separate the stackable Stromberg Carlson RV Jack Pads (versus the 4" and 5" wooden pads we used to use) makes storage a breeze with these. While they are not particularly lightweight due to heavy-duty construction, I've had no issues using and storing them.

Overall, I cannot recommend the Stromberg Carlson RV Jack Pads highly enough. They have exceeded my expectations in terms of durability, performance, and convenience. If you're looking for a reliable solution to enhance your RV leveling experience, I would suggest giving the Stromberg Carlson RV Jack Pads a close look. While your mileage may vary regarding these pads, we are very pleased with them after a year of heavy use.



by:

Exactly what i have always wanted



by:

These pads are very well built. About 1” thick put do help spread the weight out. Along with my snap pads and these combined I don’t sink into grass or gravel sites like I did. Definitely recommend.



by:

Pad is heavy and appears strong. Time will tell how it holds up. Waffle like pattern on bottom should help it stay afloat over soft sand and maybe some mud.



by:

We bought the 12x14 2” thick pads to use as jack pads for our 38 ft class A diesel motor home, and they work great. Yesterday we stacked two together and drove the front tires of the motor home up onto them so we could get under the front end of the coach to grease fittings. The pads did great; didn’t bend or crack and our coach weighs 29,000 lbs. The pads are sturdy and aren’t too heavy for my wife to carry, so I think they’ll be just right for our needs.



by:

I have been looking for a solution to help level and secure my trailer. Delivery was prompt and communication from start to finish 5 star!



by:

After a year of use these pads have held up well, and are holding their shape. I would purchase again.



by:

They stow nicely & are easy to clean etc; however, they do kind of compress and curl up with the weight of the rig on them.



by:

The product is ok but the description should state the surface is not entirely flat - it has raised 'design' in the center.



by:

Could be slightly larger , but very good



by:



by:



by:



by:



by:



by:



by:



by:



by:



by:



by:



by:

Look awesome and looking forward to getting both of my orders mounted to the trailer real soon.



by:

The product does what it is made for. No issues and trailer dry weight is 13,000lbs with everything we put in it is around 14,500 and pads held up just fine



by:

They work great holding my trailer all the time. It is parked on sloped ground and holds good. It has been one year and still looking the new.


25
88
Show More Reviews

See what our Experts say about this Stromberg Carlson RV Jack Pads

  • Weight Of The Stromberg Carlson RV Jack Pad # SC37VR
    The Stromberg Carlson RV Jack Pads for RVs and Trailers # SC37VR weighs 11lbs.
    view full answer...
  • I Need A RV Jack Pad For My 2022 Tiffin Allegro Bus
    The Stromberg Carlson RV Jack Pads for RVs and Trailers - 14" Long x 12" Wide - Rubber - Qty 2, part # SC37VR will fit the jack feet of your 2022 Tiffin Allegro Buss. These pads measure 14" long X 12". Your jack feet should have plenty of space. I have included a product description link and a video review below.
    view full answer...
  • Largest SnapPad Avavailbe for Square Feet
    The largest SnapPad avavailbe for square feet is part # SN37FR or part # SN87FR for the kit which are designed for 8" square feet. If this won't work and you have a photo you can send I would be happy to try and see if we have another option for you. I have attached our full selection for you below. Please note, they don't offer SnapPads for every feet so in some cases you may have to use an option like the Stromberg Carlson RV Jack Pads for RVs and Trailers part # SC37VR.
    view full answer...

Do you have a question about this RV Jack Pad?


Info for this part was:

Employee Andrew K
Installed by:
Andrew K
Employee Jeff D
Installed by:
Jeff D
Employee Lindsey S
Edited by:
Lindsey S
Employee Jacob T
Video Edited:
Jacob T
Employee Mike S
Written by:
Mike S
Employee Aidan B
Video by:
Aidan B

At etrailer.com we provide the best information available about the products we sell. We take the quality of our information seriously so that you can get the right part the first time. Let us know if anything is missing or if you have any questions.