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Old 08-30-2013, 11:20 AM   #2703
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Old 08-31-2013, 12:20 PM   #2704
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Old 09-02-2013, 06:22 PM   #2705
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Old 09-03-2013, 05:34 AM   #2706
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I have looked at the YouTube video on that leveler and it looks very interesting. Do you find that it works as promised or was it not exactly as the video had depicted it.
I hope it works for you, if it does please let me know because I am getting tired of using my lego blocks and climbing in and out of the cab to re level!
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Old 09-03-2013, 11:06 AM   #2707
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Those Hoppy Levels are best of the various bubble levels available. One is calibrated for side-to-side leveling. This is accurate for all motorhomes. The other level is for front-to-rear so different lengths of wheel base are a problem. Annoyed by the discrepancy I recalibrated mine to match my wheelbase. While I was at it, I included a scale for % grade.
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Old 09-03-2013, 11:14 AM   #2708
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DickReid1 - Could you post some pics of the 'modified' levels and tell us how you did it? Thanks,
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Old 09-03-2013, 07:11 PM   #2710
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Re: recalibration of Hoppy Level

First, make some sort of finely adjustable angle-jig. Then make spreadsheet of angles created by your wheel base length based on increments of inches or block of wood. Then, attach some bit of paper to the front-back level and attach the level to the angle-making jig. Adjust the angle and mark the paper for each desired step. Scan the paper with your marks and use that as a template to create a printable overlay for the Hoppy Level.

This should give you an idea of how annoying it was that the marks on the Hoppy Level were off for my coach.

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Leather cleaner, aluminum wheel polish for Alcoas, Mothers power ball and power ball mini, a light bulb, Danish Oil natural oak stain, center moon hub cap for Front Alcoa rim to replace rusted one, buffing rags, headlight reconditioning kit. Just bought another coach and have lots of cleaning and fixing to do.
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Leather cleaner, aluminum wheel polish for Alcoas, Mothers power ball and power ball mini, a light bulb, Danish Oil natural oak stain, center moon hub cap for Front Alcoa rim to replace rusted one, buffing rags, headlight reconditioning kit. Just bought another coach and have lots of cleaning and fixing to do.
So Dogpatch.....did you go back to the Discovery or find another one?
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So Dogpatch.....did you go back to the Discovery or find another one?
Wife didn't like the Discovery. Found another Dynasty. Here is my post under New 2nd Home Thread.

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Just started updating our "New to Us" coach. It irks me that there is no way to link front DVD player to back TV through the control box anymore. Everything in the coach this age was set up for coax. None of the new DVD players have a coax connection so it negates the ability for you to watch a DVD from the front player in the bedroom. You have to duplicate your equipment. It will still send cable and Satelite though through the system. Alternatives are too expensive just to make it work for everything.

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