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Old 09-06-2013, 10:25 AM   #1
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HWH leveling question

How do you use the HWH jacks to stabilize a level coach? I know this is unusual but it happened. I am in a Workhorse W24 chassis 8.1L. So no air suspension. Thanks
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Drop the front down until you feel them touch, then continue to raise coach an inch or so? Repeat for rear.
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Drop the front down until you feel them touch, then continue to raise coach an inch or so? Repeat for rear.
Thanks, I did it that way but wanted to get another opinion.
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