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Old 07-17-2010, 01:37 PM   #1
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Lippert Alternative

Has anyone installed an alternative hydraulic pump to a Lippert? I'm curious what you used. With all of the problems reported on Lippert hydraulic pumps and Lippert's unwillingness, in most cases, to support their customers I assume someone has installed a replacement that's not a Lippert.



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I've wondered the same thing, but haven't looked into the issue.

Since completing the repair on my Lippert about six weeks ago, I've had the coach out three times and the slides work way better than they did before. It think mine was leaking for a long time before I knew I had the problem.

Lippert did fine by me, but it did take them a while. And, of course, mine was still within warranty.
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