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Old 09-15-2016, 05:32 PM   #1
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Aftermarket Levelers

I'm looking at buying a used Winnebago Via and realized they don't have electric/hydrolic levelers. Anyone have any suggestions for installing aftermarket levelers?


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I'm looking at buying a used Winnebago Via and realized they don't have electric/hydrolic levelers. Anyone have any suggestions for installing aftermarket levelers?


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I am a big fan of Quadra bigfoot. They use four motors and four pumps. If a pump or motor goes bad you still have three.The also are power retract. Even if your packing binds, when you hit the switch, that baby is coming up. I installed them on my last motorhome and never had a problem in 7 years.

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HWH has Levelers that fit and work on your unit. The others don't.
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On a Class B it's much harder to install because of way less available space underneath. I looked into it on my Pleasure Way Excel because I like then so much on my Class A. I decided to take a few long trips and really decide if It would be a problem. I carry blocks that use either 1'-1/2" or 3" and after 70,000 out on the road I found I really didn't need them.
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