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Old 03-24-2016, 01:46 PM   #1
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Can someone set me strait on my 200 series Jacks with the joy stick ,do they only work Front to Rear or side to side
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Can someone set me strait on my 200 series Jacks with the joy stick ,do they only work Front to Rear or side to side
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I believe they do both. When you push the joy stick forward, it activates the two front jacks. When you push the joystick back, it activates the two rear jacks, and pushing it left or right activates the two jacks on the corresponding sides.
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The jacks extend until they reach the ground, after that they operate in pairs so you don't twist your chassis are Crack the windshield

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