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Now that I have your attention cheers :
Unfortunately, my coach will be spending this winter not under cover. Here in the northeast it is not unusual to accumulate 1 - 2 feet of snow. One foot of snow on the roof of my 30' coach will weigh 4,800 lbs.. Decided to place jack stands under the frame, having raised the coach's normal stance by one inch. Any thoughts? Please note that I like snow more than sand.


'92 Breakaway
Diesel Pusher, Cummins 190hp,
No Modifications
Allison AT542
Floor Plan 30-BS-11B
9205-3798-30BS11B
 
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20 lbs/sq.ft. pretty heavy packed snow don't you think? Confused I know; a shovel full felt like 40 lbs. per!





later 25' '82 Euro 70% ready for the road (if I can find the fountain of youth) it is somewhere here in central FL


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According to my "smart" phone, yeah 30x8x20. According to my chiropractor, 75 (dollars).


'92 Breakaway
Diesel Pusher, Cummins 190hp,
No Modifications
Allison AT542
Floor Plan 30-BS-11B
9205-3798-30BS11B
 
Posts: 242 | Location: Pittsburgh, PA | Member Since: 11-07-2014Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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