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Old 05-16-2006, 04:10 PM   #1
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Trying to determine if the hydraulic jack option makes sense. Have always had electric jacks with no problem(albiet on lighter coaches). Newmar has said the standard electric jacks are more than capable. Have ran accross more people with problems with hydraulic than electric(which may be just because more hydraulics are in use).
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Trying to determine if the hydraulic jack option makes sense. Have always had electric jacks with no problem(albiet on lighter coaches). Newmar has said the standard electric jacks are more than capable. Have ran accross more people with problems with hydraulic than electric(which may be just because more hydraulics are in use).
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Never new Newmar had electric jacks as option had three NEWMARS always were HWH jack systems.
Only problem I ever had was a leak on a rear jack on new coach that tech just had to tighten.
Always made sure fluid tank was full and they all performed well. "007"
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Electric jacks are not an option on the Allstar they are standar! I guess it's just to keep the base price down.
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