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Old 02-01-2023, 01:20 AM   #21
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Model: Thor Ace 33.1
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Lookes like every website is different Compatible Rigs: Fifth Wheels, Class A, Class B Motorhomes, Toy Haulers, Travel Trailers
Compatible Leveling Systems: LCI Level Up, LCI Ground Control 3.0, LCI Ground Control TT, Rieco Titan Speedy, E&P Hydraulics.
Common Compatible Brands: Airstream, Coachmen, Crossroads, Damen, DRV, Dutchmen, Entegra, Evergreen, Eclipse, Fleetwood, Forest River, Genesis Supreme, Grand Design, Heartland, Highland Ridge, Holiday Rambler, Jayco, Keystone, KZ, Northwood, Outdoors RV, Prime Time, Shasta, Thor, Vanleigh, Winnebago.
Inside Diameter: 8-5/8"
Top Overall Diameter: 9-15/16"
Bottom Overall Diameter: 11"
Height: 1.83"
Pad Weight: 8.9 lbs.

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Old 02-01-2023, 01:25 AM   #22
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Have my box and warranty..says 5 lbs. Each.

Also box shipping weight was 21 lbs. for 4 with box and packing.
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Old 02-01-2023, 01:31 AM   #23
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Old 02-01-2023, 03:15 AM   #24
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There are different models for different jacks. It is reasonable that a set of 4 that cost $149 could weigh 5 lbs and another sets that cost $249 from same Mfg to weigh 8.9 lbs.

The key takeaway for me that I am learning is the SnapPads are best for Grass and Asphalt. I have never parked RV on Grass and never had need to lower Jacks on Asphalt. But if I did, I have my custom built wooden blocks ready to go. I kind of wish to avoid putting 9 lbs of weight on my levelers unless I absolutely have too.
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Old 02-01-2023, 10:54 AM   #25
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My last comment about snap pads. My leveler pads, Lippert Level Up, after several trips, on black top and gravel, became rounded up. The motion that caused the bending also caused the one bolt to loosen. Since becoming a blacksmith and beating them flat again, I decided to try snap pads. Two years later, many trips staying on similar surfaces, no more bending. No more loosening. They dont drop down. 10 version. No idea what they weigh.
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