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Old 06-24-2011, 03:28 PM   #1
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Hi just woundering if any one knows where i can get new tension springs for my leveling jacks,its the 310 series on a 1999 sportscoach.

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Hi and welcome to iRV2!

I would suggest giving HWH a call about the springs.

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Hi just woundering if any one knows where i can get new tension springs for my leveling jacks,its the 310 series on a 1999 sportscoach.

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In case HWH doesn't have what you need in stock, try Stuarts Service.
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HWH should have what you need --- bought mine from them.
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Check out some of the other posts. I read one where they used trampoline springs for considerably less cost, and they worked well.
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If you are getting new springs because of slow retraction speed I would suggest looking at all other possible causes. I have replaced several jack springs on MoHos and not one time did the new springs fix the problem.

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I would suggest giving HWH a call about the springs.

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If you are getting new springs because of slow retraction speed I would suggest looking at all other possible causes. I have replaced several jack springs on MoHos and not one time did the new springs fix the problem.

Just my experience. Happy trails.
Cheers, ive replaced the seals and cleaned the corrision off the inner piston,and now they are workin fine its just the springs are badly corroded,i didn't want to wait until one snapped thats all, cheers anyway for your input.
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great ,they have what i want ,cheers
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