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Old 09-16-2010, 05:40 PM   #1
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RVA Leveler question

I have a 2000 Safari Cheetah DP with RVA Levelers. When I was under the coach this afternoon I noticed that there are two bolts on the mounting for the levelers that did not look tight in that the heads of the bolts were contacting the mount only at the bottom and the top was out at an angle. The jacks were down at the time supporting the coach almost to the point of the rear duals being off the ground. When put the jacks up the bolts looked normal but there is some play in the body of the jack when pulled on. It appears there is some type of hinge mount at the top of the jack and the bolts have a bushing inbetween the frame mount and the jack so I dont know if they are supposed to be a little loose or not. If anyone has an idea would you let me know. Thank you.
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Old 09-16-2010, 07:22 PM   #2
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The bolts should definitely be tight. Don't use the jacks any more until you tighten all the bolts on all jacks.


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Old 09-16-2010, 07:42 PM   #3
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Welcome to irv2 edancul.
Here is a link to their web site it has a trouble section and diagrams of jacks.
Should tell how to install.
Never extend your rear jacks so rear tires are almost off ground will make your whole coach unstable and could snap your jacks from mounts.
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