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Old 06-01-2011, 06:46 AM   #15
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LOVE air leveling! We had a 2007 Winnebago Adventure 35L before our current coach, and while we loved the coach, leveling it was an "adventure" with the jacks. It took a while to get it just right, because the coach would sense it was "level" when in fact it was not, and we'd have to fiddle with it manually. The first time we went out in the Country Coach, we pushed the button to level it by the air bags, it did it's thing, and we checked it and IT WAS PERFECTLY LEVEL in less than 60 seconds. Love it! Any levelling system will have challenges when the surface is extremely out of level and can only do so much. Higher end parks with the bigger pads tend to be more level, and we no longer do much dry camping out in the middle of nowhere with a big coach.

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Old 06-01-2011, 03:09 PM   #16
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I have air leveling and I do notice a little movement when someone is walking in the coach. Not a big deal. One downside I noticed is that I often put a support under the step, and the one time I let it level without dumping (as noted earlier by another poster you can either level from the drive position or dump the system and level - I like a low entry so I usually dump) over a couple of days it adjusts the height to keep it level (I have a very small air loss) it actually lowered the coach enough that the support was bending the step up about 4 inches.

I like to put a support under the step as we go in and out a lot (we have a pack of dogs so we are constantly walking them) and I'm a good sized human, so having us all hit the step makes it flex.

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