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Can You Stack Snap Pads Onto Plastic Pads For Campsites That Have A Slope  


Is it ok to place Snappads atop a stack of the orange TriLynx plastic pads? I am asking just in case a campsite slopes and I need a stack of the plastic pads so to not over extend the hydraulic landing gear. The orange plastic pads I mentioned might be referred to as waffle pads.


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Yes, when installing your snap pads # SP54FR onto your travel trailer you can stack them onto plastic pads to help with campsite slops but instead of the orange TriLynx plastic pads I would recommend The Stromberg Carlson Base Pad Extreme # SC28VR.The snappads will sit easier on the Base Pad Extreme then the TriLynx plastic pads.

The Base Pad Extremes have a weight capacity up to 6,000 pounds individually and when stacked 3,500 pounds. They're 10 inches wide on top, 12 inches wide on bottom and 7 inches tall and when stacked are 12-3/8 inches. They can be used on soft surfaces like hot asphalt or sand.

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