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Old 09-12-2014, 12:04 PM   #1
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Automatic leveling jacks during winter

Can the jacks be left down during storing in the winter season for a good 4-5 months without any harm? Is it better on the tires if they are unloaded?
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Old 09-12-2014, 01:13 PM   #2
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Yes, my manual says down for storage...makes sense, that's what they are for.
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If you can get under and give the rams a rust protectant spray would not hurt.
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Don't worry too much about the jacks/rams being exposed to weather...

I have had anywhere from 2-4 mid-size tractors on my place in NE Nevada and they sit outdoors 365 days/year.....Rams exposed, or a part of each ram exposed year round.......Never a seal issue ......And never did any preventative maint on the rams.....

Now--that said----I do rub down the rams on my MH with ATF on occasion....And it sits indoors in a climate controlled barn when not on the road.....I don't think this is necessary and I don't even know why I do it.....!!!
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