Bigfoot EZ leveling system
My last RV was a 31 ft Chateau 31F from Thor. I traded it in last spring for my Class A Challenger 37KT. But to get to your question, I installed the Bigfoot EZ system on my 31F and it was more than enough. I purchased it direct from the factory for around $1,100.00, mounted the jacks and pump onto the frame, powered it from my coach battery and installed the control panel in the control console mid-coach where the slides, water-heater, generator control, and tank level indications were.
The instructions were easy to follow and it took me only a day to complete the entire install. The EZ system would easly lift the entire coach off the ground without even trying. If I remember correctly, each jack for the EZ system is rated at 14k Lbs. The single pump design was more than enough and I never felt like it struggled.
In fact I wish I had the system on my Class A. The hydraulic shafts on the EZ are twice as thick as the LCI system I currently have. The front jacks on my 37kt have already been replaced once due to being bent when the system inadvertantly lifted the front of the Mo-Ho off the ground. The auto-leveling system was not calibrated correctly. I never worried about lifting the class c off the ground. This same system is used on emergency vehicles and is very solid. I now know and appreciate how great a system it was.
So yes, the EZ system is more than capable in leveling your Class C. I was completely impressed with the design, ease of installation and the performance for the more than four years that I owned my class C. Its also considerably cheaper than other lesser systems. I did not have the auto leveling feature on my EZ system. Which, as I have learned, auto leveling is not always a good thing. The company was also very easy to do business with.
Hope this helps, and let me know if you have any other questions.
Jimmy & Michele
Kinko, Lucy, Duders, and Phoebe.
2013 Challenger 37KT / 2003 Mini Cooper Toad