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Old 04-24-2011, 08:23 PM   #1
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2007 four winds hurricane jacks

I own a 2007 four winds hurricane 31E. The right rear jack will not extend down.I have tested to see if fluid is being pumped to the jack and it seems that it is. I can't seem to find a name on the jack to look for a replacement. The system in the coach says it is an Equalizer system. Can anyone help me with this and possibly have any info on where to purchase this? Thank you
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they are in indiana, here is a link to their website-http://equalizersystems.com/document...ur%20Winds.pdf
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What do you do when the jacks are down and the problem is with the pump itself? Before I bought this Hurricane I had a Bounder that had HWH jacks and if you lost electrical or hydraulics you manually positioned the valve and springs retracted the jacks and you could be on your way.
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