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Light weight rear steadies (1 Viewer)

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Steve N Tracy

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1 pair of light weight rear steadies only just over 2.5 kgs each, off our Dethleffs Globus I1 but will fit any motorhome with rear extensions, £80.00 cost new £240.00

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Lanerboy

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I have these on my new MH and used them for the first time at the weekend never tried them before and I must say they work brilliantly took all the movement out the back of the van I was very impressed
 

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enough to know i shouldnt touch things i know nothing about ....
Sorry if its a daft question, but what do you mean by rear extensions? We have a swift bolero on an alko chassis 2008.
 
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Steve N Tracy

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Hi they are definitely rear steadies, chassis extensions tend to be made out of steel as they are normally designed to carry a load like a towbar or steadies.
These can be bolted to the chassis extensions like they were on our Dethleff.
 
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I have these on my new MH and used them for the first time at the weekend never tried them before and I must say they work brilliantly took all the movement out the back of the van I was very impressed

These look very much like what we have fitted to our 7m Adria. We find they help a lot, and stop the wobble when one is moving about, and the other not. They are easily used, and putting the winding brace across the pedals, once they are wound down has always stopped me being able to drive away with them down. They also have a safety fold system if you drive away, but only if you drive forward.

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