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Old 11-19-2022, 04:30 PM   #1
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HWH Springs

Is there any place other than HWH to get springs for my leveling Jack
I have a 2002 40 FDDS
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Call Stuart’s Service in Elkhart IN

574-262-0225 they’ll want a model number off your jack to get you the right springs.

Nice people and easy to deal with.
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Call Stuart’s Service in Elkhart IN

574-262-0225 they’ll want a model number off your jack to get you the right springs.

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Yep ----very good to deal with!!!
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Replaced the springs on my HWH jacks. Found the best prices at:

https://www.hannarv.com/

Get the model number of your jacks first, I found that my front jacks were different from the rear. Here is a chart on spring sizes.

https://www.hannarv.com/Content/file...wh%20chart.jpg

A note of caution. Per the chart, and upon investigation, I found the recommended spring for my rear jacks was 18" long, however, the distance between the mounting brackets on my jacks when fully retracted was only 16". If I went with the recommended springs, my jacks would never fully retract. I went with a HWH spring rated the same that was 14" long.

Here is the data on mine.

Front Jacks APP40506 (9000#) replacement springs #R3847
HWH Rear Jacks AP8805 (12000#) replacement springs R34692 (14") vs
R38956 (18")
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