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Old 07-28-2010, 12:51 AM   #1
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Power Gear Hydraulic Hose Replacement

Hi all,
I have 06 Fleetwood Revolution LE and took it to Quinn for the routine maintenance. The service tech found multiple bubbling on the hydraulic lines of Power Gear Leveling jack.
The tech recommended replacing all the hoses and I will find out tomorrow how much is going to be.
Can it be DIY?
Can I take to local truck shops or hydraulic shops to do the work?
One fellow Revolution owner spent $1700 to replace all 8 hoses, and is it reasonable?
I am going to Grand Canyon next week and want to get this fixed soon.

Thanks advance for your reply.


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Old 07-28-2010, 03:03 AM   #2
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A local hydraulic shop can make the hoses. You may have a repair shop that will do the job and depending on how the hoses were run; it may be less costly to leave some in place and just run new ones. $1700 for 8 lines installed is not unreasonable.
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