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Old 09-11-2007, 06:51 PM   #1
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Has anyone put scissor or other types of jacks on this chassis yet?
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Has anyone put scissor or other types of jacks on this chassis yet?
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Old 01-20-2008, 05:59 PM   #3
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Bump to the top to try again .
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Old 01-21-2008, 08:55 PM   #4
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ctcamper, call Quadra Big Foot leverlers. 1-800-752-9815 or 1800 699-6680 and ask for Roy at the last phone number . he did my and we are very pleased. he does alot on class c and class a motorhomes. if you call the first number you can just order from them and have it installed yourself. they have a 5 full warranty. And each jack has its own pump all hydraulic fully automatic. it doesn't matter if it is a chevy frame or ford they fit all kinds. just tell them what you have.
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When I had my Class C I had Roy put on the Quadra Big Foots. Pretty much top of the line. If you are the type of person that likes to do something right the first time and be done with it they are the way to go.
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HWH is also a reputable company that makes hydraulic kick down jacks.They take little space and can be installed with guidance from factory.
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Old 01-22-2008, 03:25 PM   #7
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Hi All,

Hey Ctcamper, when I had my Class-C 94-2000 I had what was like 2 sets of car jack with a chaim between them you put one jack against each side of frame and jacked them tight, this was more to take out the rolling, they worked good! Now on My Class-A I have HWH leavers, and I would not have another MH with out them no matter what Class it is !! I also second Frankie on the fact that they have good tech suport at HWH any time I had a question they helped me out guickly !!!
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by bjbkkb:
When I had my Class C I had Roy put on the Quadra Big Foots. Pretty much top of the line. If you are the type of person that likes to do something right the first time and be done with it they are the way to go. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

Well said and a full no question ask 5 years full warranty. never had a problem and know lots of folks who had them HWH removed and then the BIG FOOT QUADRA installed. When I when to see Roy he show me a (4) 55 gallon drums full of HWH , Equalizers , Attwood , etc. removed from class a and class c , and some where even brand new . Even the dealers by order of the customer request the QUADRA BIG FOOT to seal a deal.. The customer would buy a brand new m/h and then drive it to ROY in Tampa and have a complete new BIG FOOT installed. these are by far the top of the line . Folks buy new $350,000 m/h then go see Roy. They also installed on fire trucks and medical red cross buses. grehound buses and Prevost , country Coach ,Military vehicles also. lots of conversion buses to rv use.
Go to member gallery and look up my name and there are the pic of the Quadra installed with the longest 21 inch legs and 14 inch pads.
I get tons of emails about it.
just do it right the first time and be DONE with it.
Also when you pull up to your site people will come over and just listen to the sweet sounds of them awesome jacks at work. If only I got commission from all the people I refer to Quadra . even 5 th wheel trailer have them installed also. fully automatic.
It only takes about 6 hours to have them installed ,on class A in fact I was in the bay and sleeping in the rear with Dw we pull in the morning and it was done quickly and so professional.
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