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MT BOB

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LOADING/REMOVING CAMPER
Keep children and animals away from the area when
raising or lowering the camper. Avoid putting any part
of your body under the camper during the procedure.
Do not tilt the camper sideways while raising it on the
jacks. The jacks could buckle.
Always raise or lower the camper with the front either
level or higher than the back to avoid weight transfer

and damage to jacks or cargo.
Load and unload camper on firm level ground.
Unequal load on the jacks can cause the slideout
opening to rack.
Use caution when loading and unloading the camper
on a windy day. The amount of wind that is dangerous
depends on your exposure and the weight of the

camper, etc.
ALWAYS KEEP FRONT HIGHER THAN REAR.
LOADING CAMPER ON TO TRUCK
1. Extend each jack no more than 4" at a time,
starting with the front jacks, keeping the camper
as level as possible at all times. Repeat this

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