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SnapPad 5th Wheel Jack Stand Pads Review

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Review of the SnapPad 5th Wheel Jack Stand Pads


Shane: Hey everyone. Shane here with etrailer.com. Today, we're going to be taking a look at the SnapPad landing gear pads. These are going to be designed to give you a larger footprint on the bottom of your pads. It's going to save you a lot of time. You're not going to have to worry about, when you're lowering your landing gear, trying to get under there and bored and lined up.

And also when you're done, we're not going to have to worry about remembering to pick up our bores to bring with us to the next spot. Once we get them in place, they're going to stay in place and they're not going to come off. They're going to be very durable, rubber construction, recycled material. It's going to give us about an inch rise, which means we're not going to have to extend our landing gear out all the way because that extra padding. The other thing it's going to do, it's going to protect our actual metal plate from our landing gear from getting damaged.Have you ever been anywhere where you put your landing gear down and the ground is kind of soft and just kind of sinks down on the ground You constantly had to adjust.

With this giving us a wider footprint, it's going to save us a lot of time. We're not going to have that sinking feeling. We're not going to have to come back and readjust all of our landing gear after spending some time outside for a couple of days.This particular kit is going to come with six landing pads. You're going to have two for your octagon landing gear, which means you have four in the back. They're going to be for 10 inch and then it will come with two for 11 and a half inch to 12 inch round landing gear for the front.There are options available.

If you just have two jacks, maybe you have two octagon shaped landing gear in the back and then two round in the front, there are kits available. You can find those here at etrailer. As far as the installation, it's pretty straightforward. And it is a little bit easier if you have two people that can watch to make sure that the pad is lined up under the foot. But other than that, you rub some soap around the edge, drop your landing gear down until it pops into place, and then you don't have anything else to do.

Simply move to the next one and do the same thing. Landing gear pad is always going to be with you wherever you take the trailer.That's going to do it for look at the SnapPad landing gear pad..


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