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    Re: Discussion thread for RV SnapPads

    BTW I think Bones was the one that came up with the using the Forstner drill bit idea ..
    Thanks Dave it worked perfectly. I didn't think it was going to work that well. These are fast cleaning so I think that was the key
    Tip when you are almost all the way through slow down and let the BIT finish the job so it will keep a clean hole all the way through.


    I think this is the perfect hole. I did not protrude into the upper ring but I am right under it.



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    Re: Discussion thread for RV SnapPads

    Quote Originally Posted by jesstalkn View Post
    I found that whole set at Lowes for $19.99
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    I have a set, I just gotta find it.
    Did you have to clean up the hole with that burr?

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    Re: Discussion thread for RV SnapPads

    Quote Originally Posted by cookie View Post
    I have a set, I just gotta find it.
    Did you have to clean up the hole with that burr?

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    I didn't have too I'm sure it would be fine, but that's not how I roll
    I was just using it to move the hole up all the way to the bottom of the lip.


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    Re: Discussion thread for RV SnapPads

    Jerrod,

    What size bit are you using right beneath the lip? It looks smaller than the 1/2" hole you drilled from the side.

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    Re: Discussion thread for RV SnapPads

    1/2" bit

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    Re: Discussion thread for RV SnapPads

    Very thorough Jerrod, Nice work!

    Just a thought - The feet have 5 degrees of swivel so if you want to expedite drainage you can raise the jack and lift the side opposite of the hole. This should help drain the majority of the water, faster.
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    Re: Discussion thread for RV SnapPads

    Yes eavn with them on the ground 98% of the water drained right out and the rest evaporated within a few hours 74 here today.
    It really went well and the hardest part of the job for me was posting it on here. LOL
    If you had a new set of pads you could drill all 6 holes and install them in less then 20 minutes.

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    Re: Discussion thread for RV SnapPads

    well, glad I saw this thread....I got my SnapPads and Im ready to install them....after drilling the hole!

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    Re: Discussion thread for RV SnapPads

    Quote Originally Posted by jesstalkn View Post
    BTW I think Bones was the one that came up with the using the Forstner drill bit idea ..
    Thanks Dave it worked perfectly. I didn't think it was going to work that well. These are fast cleaning so I think that was the key
    Tip when you are almost all the way through slow down and let the BIT finish the job so it will keep a clean hole all the way through.
    I think this is the perfect hole. I did not protrude into the upper ring but I am right under it.

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    Re: Discussion thread for RV SnapPads

    Just did a quick drill and install on my buddy's 6 new Snap-pads
    Very easy to do.
    Any of you waiting to pull the trigger DON'T wait any longer !!! This is a super easy modification only takes a few minutes to do and the sooner you get them on the sooner you can start enjoying them, and the less paint you'll be scraping off the bottom of your pads.



    We also dropped his 4 rear jacks down 2 bolt holes. Dropping them from 13.73" down to 11.5" then adding the pSnaPad's put it at 10.5" off the ground.






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