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Old 11-27-2019, 02:11 PM   #1
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Dream Levelers Leak

My front leveler has a leak in the line, but I cant reach it and cant afford to pay to fix it right now. So, was wondering if anyone knows if I could just drop the rear ones without the fluid being sent to the front one, then I could at least stabilize the MH in the wind we have here around Indianapolis. any ideas how to cost effectively fix/solve my leak issue? This thing is really shaking right now, unnerving and uncomfortable.
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Each leveling Jack has it's own dedicated hydraulic line.
To answer your question, Yes you should be able to lower the rear only with out any issues.
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My front leveler has a leak in the line, but I cant reach it and cant afford to pay to fix it right now. So, was wondering if anyone knows if I could just drop the rear ones without the fluid being sent to the front one, then I could at least stabilize the MH in the wind we have here around Indianapolis. any ideas how to cost effectively fix/solve my leak issue? This thing is really shaking right now, unnerving and uncomfortable.


If you hit manual and only hit rear fronts want drop.
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thanks both of you. I just pressed the rear and left and front didnt go down. but they didnt touch the ground, just got real close, nwo I gotta add fluid but I have that. but I made it through the winds. thanks a lot. Maybe I will put concrete block under then lower the rear ones. Now how to replace the front hose, that should be a real!! treat.
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thanks both of you. I just pressed the rear and left and front didnt go down. but they didnt touch the ground, just got real close, nwo I gotta add fluid but I have that. but I made it through the winds. thanks a lot. Maybe I will put concrete block under then lower the rear ones. Now how to replace the front hose, that should be a real!! treat.


Do not use a concrete block, they can crush lots of people get hurt. Only use wood.
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ahha, that makes sense, thanks. will work on that tomorrow.
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