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Are The Brophy Cable Camper Jacks Stable  


I have 2 concerns which many people may have the same. 1. the bracket to hold the camper edge is narrow. 1 inch or 1.5 inch max. Is it possible for the camper to slide out and fall to the ground? 2. it is 1 jack on 1 side. Is it easy to tip over to the front or back? Thanks,


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You should not have a problem with the camper sliding out when you are using any of the Brophy Cable Camper Jacks. The jack is very stable because of the tripod base. That stability will make the jack very difficult to tip to the front or the back. You will need to use two jacks, one per side. You will just need to make sure your camper jacks maximum weight capacity exceeds the weight of your camper. I have included a the different model Brophy Cable Camping jacks and their weight limits below.

57" Max Lift Height, 4,000 lbs, part # CXHD
57" Max Lift Height, 3,000 lbs, part # CJ41
57" Max Lift Hieght, 1,000 lbs, part # CJ31
67" Max Lift Height, 1,500 lbs, part # CJ74H
67" Max Lift Height, 3,000 lbs, part # CJ74
67: Max Lift Height, 4,000 lbs, part # CX74

I have included product description links and a video review link below

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