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Old 12-22-2011, 06:47 AM   #15
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One good thing about HWH is that their units all work in pairs, so you are not likely to torque the frame. You can only raise left side, right side, front or rear at a time. You cannot move individual jacks.
Bigfoot sends the front set down first then the rear set. The torquing of the coach is due to the terrain where you park it. If the surface you park on is basically level you will have very little in the way of shift. It wont harm the frame for that little bit of flex you get more flex just driving on the interstate.
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Great Info folks!!!
based on the salesman's input we went ahead and bought a used Class C and did not put levelers on it............we will now have to see if we messed up when we take it on the road............
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My truck camper has electric jacks and I use them to level and stabilize the camper almost every time we park. It takes all the rocking out and makes it almost like being in our house.

A friend of mine bought some electric scissor style levelers for his Class C. Here's the link he emailed me.

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