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Old 04-06-2013, 08:55 AM   #1
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retrofit hydraulic leveling jacks

I am looking to purchase a .2000 Gulfstream class A. It does not have leveling system. Is there a place in Wisconsin to have this done? Any idea on cost? Does it work as good as factory installed?
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Old 04-06-2013, 09:40 AM   #2
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Welcome aboard iRV2! Why don't you give HWH a call and talk to them about what you want to do. These guys are very good and make leveling systems. It might be you want to make a road trip and let them do it at the factory. Not sure I would want 'Joe's Shade Tree RV and Used Auto Parts' doing something this important.
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I had it priced out last year for our 82 Pace arrow, just under $4,000
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X2 for HWH. They are at Moscow Iowa and will install it at the factory.
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hwh is in moscow iowa. just 45 miles west of davenport ia. take it there. good price and factory installation. yes spritz is right, jacks cost. maybe more than you want to invest for an older coach, you may find its expensive, but well worth the cost. wouldnt be without mine.
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An alternative

For comparison, you can price out the Big Foot units at www.bigfootlever.com .
They are all electric and were standard equipment on Georgie Boy Motorhomes when they were built. I had two different motorhomes with them that worked fine. No question that HWH is the best known but it might be worth a second opinion and option.
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Here is the correct link:

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For comparison, you can price out the Big Foot units at www.bigfootlever.com .
They are all electric and were standard equipment on Georgie Boy Motorhomes when they were built. I had two different motorhomes with them that worked fine. No question that HWH is the best known but it might be worth a second opinion and option.
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