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Old 05-13-2012, 08:40 AM   #1
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Replacing Atwood Leveleg

Just bought 2007 Fleetwood Providence 39V. While driving home from a fuel up run I got high centered in a parking lot. I tried to use the leveling jacks to raise the bus high enough to put boards under the rear wheels. Tried to raise the rear end enough to back up. No luck, had to call the tow company. In the process I collapsed the driver side rear jack ( rated at 10,000 lbs coach is around 31,000 ) The replacement jack is Atwood 66070. I'm having trouble finding information on Atwood in general. And the new jack looks to have a different bolt pattern. Is there an adapter?
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Old 05-13-2012, 09:39 PM   #2
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Atwood products (866) 869-3118 or try to call the builder of your chassis for a manual. Have your numbers ready..............Dik
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Old 05-13-2012, 10:23 PM   #3
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Thanks Dik - Yes, I am planning to call Fleetwood in the morning with my VIN number so they can look up the original equipment installed. Then I'll call Atwood to see if that style of jack is available. Pretty sure it will be somewhere. The service guys at Camping World in Rocklin,Ca. Say they weld or bolt new legs on all the time. Just needs to be in the same general area. Still don't fully understand the operation, but I know the leg is automatic reversing by changing the polarity. Also it knows when it's fully up or down by the amount current change ( draws more when bottomed out)
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