Originally Posted by ncoonen
I had the Bigfoot EZE Leveling system installed yesterday at Quadra Manufacturing's plant in White Pigeon, MI. In a word, it is great. The basic installation included the manual control panel mounted in a small plastic box tethered to the coach under the driver's seat by an 8' cable. This makes it very easy to check your position with a level inside while making adjustments. It isn't as slick as the automatic system but it's a lot cheaper and I can spare the 90 seconds it takes to do it myself.
The Quadra folks are very nice and the service manager who oversees (and sometimes participates in) the installations is a great guy. He answered all my questions and sent me on my way after 3.5 hours. I parked on a sloped spot last night and was able to get level very easily and enjoyed a coach that doesn't jiggle when you walk around.
Thanks for the reco. We've had our unit about 3 weeks now. I have decided that I'm probably going to add a leveling / stabilizing system at some point. Figure I might as well do it sooner rather than later to enjoy it as much as possible.
- If you don't mind my asking, what was the price? The system you got is the exact one I'm considering. I live in Southern Ohio so am not too far away from Quadra.
- How much does it stop the jiggle as you call it? We have 2 kids, a 12 year old girl & an 8 year old boy. We sleep in the back. One kid is on the bunk, another on the couch. As they move, it feels like we're on a waterbed in the back. Is the jiggle completely gone or does it go from something like a 10 to a 3?
- Last, if you are on a level spot, would the system stop the jiggle? Not sure if it would really work then as the feet wouldn't really come out or at least not much.
Thanks for any help you can provide in answering these questions.