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MORryde Scissor Jack Cross Brace Stabilizer for Trailers and RVs

MORryde Scissor Jack Cross Brace Stabilizer for Trailers and RVs

Item # MR82AR
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Cross brace bars permanently attach to your scissor jacks to reduce your RV's movement while parked. Once installed, the braces will extend and retract along with your scissor jacks. Tension handle lets you adjust the bars to increase stability. 1-800-940-8924 to order MORryde camper jacks part number MR82AR or order online at Free expert support on all MORryde products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for MORryde Scissor Jack Cross Brace Stabilizer for Trailers and RVs. Camper Jacks reviews from real customers.
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MORryde Camper Jacks - MR82AR

  • Fifth Wheel Camper
  • Pop Up Camper
  • RV Motorhome
  • Teardrop Camper
  • Travel Trailer
  • Stabilizer Jacks
  • 1 Jack
  • MORryde
  • Bolt-On
  • Steel

Cross brace bars permanently attach to your scissor jacks to reduce your RV's movement while parked. Once installed, the braces will extend and retract along with your scissor jacks. Tension handle lets you adjust the bars to increase stability.


  • Cross braces permanently attach to your scissor jacks to reduce your RV's movement while parked
  • Braces extend and retract with scissor jacks for easy setup and storage
  • Included tension handle lets you adjust the braces for maximum stability
  • Black powder coat finish resists corrosion
  • Easy, bolt-on installation with included hardware - no drilling required


  • Tube dimensions:
    • Fully retracted: 69" long x 1" wide
    • Fully extended: 78" long x 1" wide
  • Weight: 20 lbs
  • 1-Year limited warranty


  1. Bolts securing the footplate and mounting plate to jack must be 3/8" in diameter. If the bolts on your jacks are smaller than 3/8", you will need to enlarge the bolt holes prior to installation.
  2. Scissor jacks must be mounted at a 90-degree angle from your trailer's frame.

SP54-181 MORryde Scissor Jack X-Brace Stabilizer

Installation Details MR82AR Installation instructions

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Video Transcript for MORryde Scissor Jack Cross Brace Stabilizer Review

Hey everyone. Shane here with Today we're going to be taking a look at the MORryde Scissor Jack Cross Brace Stabilizer. Most campers or travel trailers are gonna come standard with scissor jacks. Scissor jacks are designed not to lift the trailer up but to stabilize it. Problem we find with scissor jacks, are they don't stabilize completely.

So you're still gonna get a lot of movement inside the camper. Adding the MORryde cross brace stabilizer onto your existing scissor jacks, is gonna take a lot of the extra movement out of those jacks that you otherwise would have, if you didn't have the cross braces on there. Now there are different types of stabilization systems out there for your camper. This setup, in my opinion, is gonna be more of an economical solution. Now with the the other types of systems out there, we would have to remove our factory scissor jacks, in order to get them installed.

With this setup, we can maintain the use of our factory scissor jacks and our cross braces are gonna mount directly to 'em. Now, if we didn't have our crossbars on there, each jack is going to support that side of the camper or that portion of the camper. Adding these on they're gonna go from the top side of one jack to the bottom side of the other on the front and back side. This allows us or gives us more of a single stabilization unit while still allowing each Jack to be adjusted independently for different terrain levels. Each bar when fully retracted is gonna be 69 inches long.

When fully extended, it's gonna go up to 78 inches long. As I mentioned before, even though we have these on, we're still gonna be able to use our Jack independently for unlevel terrain. So if we have one a little bit higher or a little bit lower than the other, we're gonna have plenty of adjustability in our bars to allow for those changes. This setup is gonna come with a handle and how they adjust is on the top side of each bar. You're gonna have a pin that sticks out like this.

On the end of your rod, it's gonna have two cutouts. You simply place it on and you twist. It allows you to change the tension on the bar. One thing to keep in mind when you're adding tension to it, you wanna make sure that you're not overdoing it because what we're doing, is we want the tension or we want our feet to sit flat on the ground. If you put too much tension what happens is the outside of the foot will start to lift up and you don't want that. One thing to keep in mind, if you're interested in this type of setup, you need to make sure that your scissor jacks are running diagonally across the camper. Some setups may have scissor jacks that are turned at an angle. If your jacks are turned in that angle, this setup will not work for you. Our bars are gonna to be a nice metal construction with a black powder coat finish that are really going to help resist rust and corrosion. As far as the installation process, they're going to come with all the hardware necessary to get them installed. A couple things to keep in mind, if the existing hardware that you're gonna be replacing your deck is smaller than the hardware that comes in the kit, those holes will have to be drilled out. The other thing to keep in mind. Is some jacks are a little bit wider. So the hardware that comes in the kit may or may not be long enough that at which time you can just replace them with longer bolts. Now these are only gonna come in a set of two or set for two jacks. So if you want any second set for your other jacks you can find those here at the etrailer. Now that we've gone over some of the features, let's walk with you how to get them installed. To start your installation. One kit is gonna come with two short bars. They are gonna be the outer and two long bars which are going to be the inner tubes. We're gonna take the longer one. At the end, there's gonna be a hole. We need to make sure that that's facing down. On our short outer tube, on the end, it's gonna have a hole. We need to make sure that's facing up. We're gonna slide the longer one inside the shorter one. We're gonna spin this end clockwise and make sure that it's pushing the longer tube out. Once we know it's pushing it out, we're gonna spin it counter-clockwise to the shortest position. Next thing we wanna do is you're gonna extend your jacks down toward the foot is just touching a solid surface. We don't want to make sure that we're not supporting any weight or else we're not going to be able to remove any hardware. Then what we're gonna do is you're gonna measure from the center of the jack up by the frame rail from one side to the center of the jack by the frame rail on the other side. If it's under 72 inches, we can move on to installing our cross braces. If it's over 72 inches or 72 inches or over, on your crossbar or your support braces, these longer inner tube on the end there's gonna be a nut and a bolt. You're gonna remove that. You're gonna extend this out and then re-install that nut and bolt. It's not really, it doesn't really matter what side you start on. I'm gonna start on the passenger side. This is gonna be the front of the drag, rather the side that faces the front of the camper. We're gonna take our stabilizer bars. The larger and the short tube. This end is gonna mount. There's two bolts at the very top. It's gonna mount to the inside. So what we're gonna do is we're gonna remove that inside nut and bolt. We're gonna use a 12 millimeter wrench on the head side and half inch socket on the nut side. Remove that bolt. Your kit's gonna come with new hardware. And in your kit you're gonna get two different sized bolts, longer and a shorter. Our longer one is gonna go in the top. You may find that this bolt that comes in your kit is a little bit bigger than the one you pulled out. You can always drill out the hole, open the hole in this plate here, big enough to get that bolt through. We're gonna be installing the head side on the backside of our Jack or left side across brace the hole there. That is gonna go on the end. I'm gonna slide spacer block on first and gonna make sure this is facing up. We'll slide that on. And then we'll install the nut. Next we'll come back with a 9/16 socket and wrench. We're gonna tighten the hardware down. We wanna make sure that we're not over tightening it. And what I suggest doing, after you get one installed, go ahead and rotate your, the bolt or the drive nut for your Jack and make sure your arms are moving. If they're not and their binding up, that means you have the bolts too tight and you loosen them up a little bit. Next, we're gonna take out this inside lower bolt. We're gonna repeat the process we did on top for removing that bolt and getting our new one to fit with the exception that the bolt head is gonna be on the front side and not the backside of the jack. Once you have your bolts in place, put on our spacer. we're gonna take the opposite end of the second support brace. We're gonna slide it on. Once we get that installed, we'll install the nut and then we'll tighten it down. Now we're gonna come over to the other side of the camper. We're gonna repeat the same process on the Jack with the exception, the bar that's on that's mounted to the top, on the other jack, is gonna mount to the bottom on this side and then vice versa for the one on the backside. Once you get one installed, if you bought a second set you can repeat the process for the second two jacks. That's gonna do it for a look at and installation on the MORryde Scissor Jack Cross Brace Stabilizer..

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MORryde Scissor Jack Cross Brace Stabilizer for Trailers and RVs - MR82AR

Average Customer Rating:  4.5 out of 5 stars   (204 Customer Reviews)

Cross brace bars permanently attach to your scissor jacks to reduce your RV's movement while parked. Once installed, the braces will extend and retract along with your scissor jacks. Tension handle lets you adjust the bars to increase stability.


Really did the job. Very easy to install. Camper is rock solid now. Just wish it was made in the USA. That's the only downside.


just installed on rear of the camper for now it made such a stabilized difference. i might be installing in the front next . had to drill larger holes in my jack but it was not hard. about 1 hour installation


Shipping was not so great on the boxes. Looks like they fell out of a moving truck. Really the problem is that the metal arm tips that pop out of the box in shipping. Are scraped and will need to be painted so they don’t rust out.

Customer Service will reach out about the scraped up items. They will need painted with an anti-corrosive Rustoleum like mentioned in this help article:
-- Etrailer Expert Sierra K - 10/25/2021


All worked good till I finished installing them and that's when it failed,, the end of the square tube that holds the bolt literally broke off,,, lack of weld on the factory part,,,

We reached out to the manufacturer and it is not typical for the square tube to break. Customer service will reach out to you to have this taken care of.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 09/14/2022


Received when promised. Product looks great. Etrailer is a great company to deal with.

Great upgrade over our stock jacks. Make the camper more stable while set-up no more rocking and rolling while walking around in the camper.
Joseph - 10/08/2022


They make a big difference in movement of the trailer. My issue for only 4 star is that the head
Of the rod should be longer past the bolt location to make it easier to use by not having to bend
Over as much to see it


Well worth the money. Takes the rock out of our trailer from side to side.

Product worked out great. Took all the swaying motion out of the trailer when you walk around and people at etrailer are awesome to work with..
Joseph - 10/17/2022


Works great 5th wheel doesn’t shake at all


Difficulty in backorder but they shipped as soon as available. Decent communication. Heavy item needed to be packed with sturdier materials but fortunately not damaged. Will most likely buy from them again. Regarding the product only, I wish MORryde would put a standard hex nut adjuster on their products like the same adjusting nut on stabilizers. Don't like the "split-pin" adjuster with the tool they currently supply. Makes it so there is one more thing to keep up with and would be easier to be able to use the cordless drill w/hex nut driver attachment for both this product and the RV's stabilizers...


I bought 2 sets of these, one for the front and one for the rear (I wish they sold a full set of four as a package) These stabilizers remove almost all the bounce from the camper. The only bounce now is if you actually jump up and down. I picked the MORryrde over others because there was no drilling into the frame, it was a simple bolt on install making the extra cost worth it. I did have to buy longer bolts for my particular jacks.


I have installed the scissor jack cross bars on front and back of our 30 ft elite passport travel trailer. I can still feel movement when you walk around in the trailer. Not sure if they are worth the xxx.xx I spent on them.

I am sorry you are still having a lot of movement. Please note that scissor jacks must be mounted at a 90 degree angle from your trailer frame and also the mounting plate to the jack must be 3 eights in diameter.
-- Etrailer Expert Sierra K - 08/27/2021


good experience


Great customer service! And great produ cts.


The product arrived quickly and in good shape. The installation was quick as all accessories fit perfectly. Solved the shaking problem of my trailer.


The package looked pretty beat up. But all parts looked good.


Product is great. I have them on the front and rear of the trailer and no sway. Rock solid.
Paulo A - 07/03/2022


The item ordered arrived 1 week earlier than originally expected. Great company to do business with!!


Love this product! Really helps to keep the camper from rocking when people are walking around. Highly recommend.








Review from a similar X-Brace Stabilizer in Camper Jacks

I ordered the MoRyde 5th wheel cross brace to stop the shaking in our 26' Winnebago Micro Minnie. The brace was easy to install and does a great job of stopping the trailer shaking; I don't even need to twist it tight. The downside is that it was too long to fit between my jacks so I had to take it to a machine shop and pay them to shorten each brace by 6".

I wanted to ask you a question about shortening the braces. Do you know if the machine shop just cut the open ends of the tube? Would you be able to send pictures of the modifications? I just want to make sure that it is safe for you to use. If it was just cutting the open ends of the tubes, then that is fine, however if it was more extensive then it could be problematic.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 05/15/2023

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