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Old 10-04-2013, 09:26 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by taigarazz View Post
Can someone explain about leveling so as not to twist the frame and stress the windshield? This will be my first coach with levelers. Previously I leveled my C with the lego blocks
99.9999% of the time there is never a problem leveling a coach. There are several mfgrs out there as well as each having several models. Just following their instructions is all you need to do. It's only when you try to do something crazy like park on the side of a mountain or severely uneven ground where you could have problems.

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Old 10-04-2013, 09:44 AM   #16
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I have heard of several popping out on a corner, and seen 1 or 2. It normally is due to poor construction and/or installation, ie. The hole is too big for the glass, wrong gasket used, etc. You won't have this problem with your Itasca as Winnebago/Itasca windshields are glued into a steel frame that is part of the steel cage around the driving compartment. In addition, your coach probably has an automatic leveling system. Even if you choose to run the levelers manually (or if it is a manual system) the jacks are tied on pairs side to side or front to rear. You cannot operate one jack by itself ...they only move in pairs.

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