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Old 02-12-2009, 07:43 AM   #1
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I should probably know better than to ask this question. Here it goes anyway. Does any one make an all electric leveler system for motor homes?. I am about to down size to a Class C and want levelers installed. I don't like the idea of all the plumbing that would be involved in a hydraulic system. Sure would appreciate the knowledge and input of you that know.
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Yes they do.

I found THIS system.

I thought Atwood made them, but I don't see them on their web site. There may be others.
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Old 02-12-2009, 08:00 AM   #3
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Homer,
Do a Google for Big Foot Leveler, they make electric levelers for all kinds of RV's.
I know the new Bounders use electric levelers, but I don't know who makes the systems.
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Thanks guys. I checked them out. Looks good, I can't believe how reasonable the Big Foot system is for what you get. Now to get it all put together.
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The Atwood system is called "LeveLegs"
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Old 02-13-2009, 09:17 AM   #6
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GARY: Thanks, I will look into them shortly. By the way are you located just South of Ocala. I used to stop in a park out there that had a crystal clear river running through it and some of peskiest squirrels I have ever seen in my life. They would climb up your pant leg to get into your pockets. No Fear at all. Beautiful place however.
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I'm about 15 miles east of Ocala, out in the National Forest. There are several large, clear springs in the area that give rise to rivers of varing sizes, one of which is Silver Springs right on the eastern edge of Ocala. Juniper Springs is further east and has a Forest Service campground and clear stream for canoeing. Rainbow Springs, a magnificent spring that gives rise to a clear running river is several miles west of Ocala.
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My bad, I said South and meant East. You are just about where we used to stop. I had a sister that lived right on the edge of the forest a few years back.
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