I'm not sure about your stabilizers, or the roof material...
But the more often that you can get up on top, and take a GGOD look at the condition of your roof: the happier you will be!
(And while you're up there: give it a good cleaning too! )
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Where should stabilizing jacks be mounted for side to side movement on the Thor Freedom Elite 28h? What is the roof material & should it be cleaned once a year?
If you are thinking about adding scissor jacks. I would have them mounted to the frame rails. Our hydraulic jacks are mounted just behind the front tires and then maybe 2' behind the rear duals. Here is a video on identifying roof material:
How often you clean the roof depends on where you take your RV and where you store it. Once a year would be the minimum. If you park under trees much, more often would be necessary. Remember, clean the top first and work your way down.
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Thanks to everyone for the suggestions. Special thanks for the video. I have tried stackable jacks on the frame but they did not seem to do much plus I have to crawl under the Motorhome to place them. The motorhome will drag backing in & pulling out of my drive way so not sure about permanent mounting.
What did you work out to reduce the movement of the motorhome when stationary? My 2015 28H has a TPO roof and I use Dicor Roof-Gard UV Protectant. I apply three times per year. Buy the gallon refill, it is cheaper and I go through it liberally. What other improvements/modifications have you did to your 28H?