The Best RV Stabilizer Jacks

Finding a flat surface isn’t always easy when you’re enjoying the great outdoors. Many campgrounds require reservations well in advance, and although you may be guaranteed a site, it might not always be the right spot. Camping sites can be hilly, have rocks and stones, or uneven spots that can make your camper hard to level. Some travel trailers come with automatic leveling built into their electronic systems, but many require the use of RV stabilizer jacks to ensure your camper is level. No one wants to roll to one side of the bed in the middle of the night because your RV isn’t level. That’s why we’ve looked at the best RV stabilizers on the market to help you choose what’s best for you. Here are the top picks.

When you want to make sure your RV is completely level and can handle the load, the Eaz-Lift 24” RV Scissor Jack was our overall top pick. The jacks have a certified 7,500 pound load capacity and can support a variety of vehicles, including pop-up campers, Class C Motorhomes, fifth-wheels, and other large vehicles. The jacks are easy to install and allows for bolt-on or weld-on installation. Another great feature reviewers say works well for them is the adjustable height from 4.3 inches high to 23.75 inches. Constructed of heavy-duty steel and powder-coated to resist rust and the elements, these stabilizer jacks are built to last. Each set includes two scissor jacks and one scissor jack socket for a power drill.

If you still want to make sure your camper is level but don’t want to invest a lot of money, then CAMCO Olympian Stack Jacks might be your best option. These jacks are constructed of durable cast aluminum, and each jack can support up to 6,000 pounds. The adjustable height extends from 11 inches up to 17 inches so that it can stabilize a large selection of RVs. These jacks are easy to use, just place under each corner of your RV and use the extender rod to adjust to the proper height for leveling and stabilization. Reviewers say the jacks work great for quick leveling and love the fact that they can be stacked away when not in use.

The Quick Products QP-RVJ-S24 RV Jack received our award for the best premium jack. Pricewise, they weren’t that much more expensive, but they are the only RV stabilizer jacks on our list that offer a one-year replacement warranty. Each scissor jack has a 5,000 pound capacity, and an adjustable height range from 4 inches to 24 inches. The set is made of heavy-duty steel and is made to withstand corrosion and rust. The set does come with pre-drilled holes for permanent mounting but does not include the hardware to do so. Reviewers say that the permanent mounting was useful at first, but if the RV is low enough to the ground, it could cause the jacks to scrape the road.

Although the Libra RV Stabilizer Scissor Jacks weren’t our overall pick, they came in a close second because of their wide bow-tie base. These scissor jacks have a 5,000 pound load capacity per jack but are made of the same material that holds up to 7,500 pounds, according to the manufacturer. Each set includes two steel jacks, one crank handle, and a 3/4 inch hex magnetic socket to raise/lower the jack faster by a power drill. The height of the jacks is adjustable from 4 inches up to 24 inches, and the bow-tie base is 7.5 inches wide and perfect for low spots. The set also comes with everything needed, including directions and mounting hardware for easy installation.

The pack of four Dumble RV Stabilizer Jacks received our nod for the best budget-friendly because of their weight capacity and the fact that you get four for the price of two compared to other stabilizer jacks on the market. This set is constructed with aluminum for maximum strength and longevity and resists corrosion. The stabilizer jacks are adjustable in height from 11.5 inches to 17.5 inches and have a 6.2 x 6.2 x 8.75 inch base. Each package contains four jacks with the capacity of leveling up to 24,000 pounds, so they work well with many types of RVs. Leveling jacks are meant for leveling campers and trailers and should not be used for lifting purposes.

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