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I use railroad bridge timbers, they are rectangular, not square like the road timbers. They are creosote "treated", so no ants, bugs, etc. Just a rope to remember to remove them. Guaranteed they will support your bus
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I use 16"x 16"x 1/4" plate steel, Some of the swap meets we go to your parked in a field.
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Ditto on Snap Pads - love mine. Now also available at etrailer.com.

If you want “industrial strength” pads, look at http://www.outriggerpads.com. They make the stuff used by utilities, first responders and mobile crane companies.

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Thank you everyone for all of the information!
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