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Old 05-23-2020, 04:38 PM   #1
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HWH at an angle

Iím in a DS 4018, 2018 and the left front HWH Jack is at an angle which I had not noticed in the past. When I look under the coach at the jack it appears to be braced but having a swivel to allow the jack to swivel an inch or two. Is this normal? Thank you for your thoughts.
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Yes. All 4 can pivot left to right and come down slightly pointing outward. That way when they hit bottom and continue to extend there is no side load on the cylinders.
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I have the new HWH and did not know this thanks Owert66
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