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Old 02-11-2017, 01:23 PM   #1
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I need some HWH jack numbers...

Hi everybody, I need some help with my new to me 2002 Damon escaper 4087. I don't have a manual for my new rig, and I blew out the seals on an HWH Jack. Unfortunately for me the decals on the jacks are largely unreadable. So I know it's a longshot, but I'm hoping That somebody who also owns a Damon escaper 4087 might be able to give me some help here. It's the front left jack and the last two digits in the part number are 97. I went to HWHs website, but there are too many potential matches to be sure of which one I have... Thanks in advance for your assist.
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Ggnutsc, Chuck at Stuart's Service is a valuable detail source for how to repair. I have purchased replacement solenoid valves and pump assemble in the past from him. He has walked me through trouble shooting steps on the HWH system in the past and I have always be able to do the fix. I am sure he can help with the jack.

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look on the other front jack. the numbers should be the same.
if not get the stroke of the rt frot jack, and the diameter of the silver shaft.
if you cant get the stroke, measure the length of the outter barrel from top to bottom. that should identify the size. also measure the thickness of the mounting racket. this will dentify whether the pivot is wide or narrow.
get those and call me at 602-549-3638. maybe i casn help.
i work for hwh.
i do not sell parts or silicit serv ice work on this forum.
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So I crawled under the RV and snapped some photos of the jacks, and what I found was that the label on the passenger side jack is as bad as the one on the driver's side.

Pete you mentioned that they should be the same, but since I can see the last two digits I can see that the one ends with 98 and the other one ends with 97... I was able to get a clear photo of one of the rear jacks and it looks like it is a 12000 Lb jack. (AP9552) I will attach the photos. The other thing I face is that I cannot extend the jacks to get a measurement since I'm low on hydraulic fluid after blowing out the one jack. I do not have a manual or info so I don't know what to put back into the reservoir.
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Great News!! I Called Chuck at Stuart's service and he was able to get me all of the pertinent info about my jack cylinders for future reference. He had a replacement jack in stock and is sending it out to me today. I can't say enough about the level of customer service he provides! Thanks to both RV735 and Azpete for the rapid responses to my post. I try to do most of my repair tasks myself, but sometimes I need a little help to get the correct resources!! I'm looking forward to some great time on this Forum!!
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