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Old 07-01-2021, 06:57 PM   #1
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Bigfoot leveler installers between TX and CA

Does anyone have and firsthand experience with shops that install Bigfoot leveling systems? I'll be traveling from San Antonio to Sacramento and would like to get my system replaced.


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No idea about offsite shops, but the best place is the factory in White Pigeon, MI. They know their stuff, and also have power behind the factory for overnighting on site.
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No idea about offsite shops, but the best place is the factory in White Pigeon, MI. They know their stuff, and also have power behind the factory for overnighting on site.

Exactly. If a person is anywhere near there that's great but an expensive trip.
I had mine installed in Florida long time ago while visiting there one winter.
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I just had a Bigfoot leveling system installed on my 35' Pinnacle at brazels performance RV in Centralia wa.
, they are a Bigfoot dealer with a Bigfoot tech. They have an RV park with full hookups on site. I had a great experience with these people.
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I just had a Bigfoot leveling system installed on my 35' Pinnacle at brazels performance RV in Centralia wa.
, they are a Bigfoot dealer with a Bigfoot tech. They have an RV park with full hookups on site. I had a great experience with these people.

Their website says they no longer do repairs or service.
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Sorry jim58, it was a year ago I had the system installed they must have lost they're Bigfoot tech or something, I'd give them a call just to be sure.
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Old 07-08-2021, 04:45 PM   #7
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Sorry jim58, it was a year ago I had the system installed they must have lost they're Bigfoot tech or something, I'd give them a call just to be sure.

Brazels emailed me to confirm they are no longer in the repair and service business. Finding a shop to install these Bigfoots is becoming a chore.


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That's a bummer, now I have to find a new place for service on the Bigfoot system, they were really nice to work with. Thanks for the info.
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No idea about offsite shops, but the best place is the factory in White Pigeon, MI. They know their stuff, and also have power behind the factory for overnighting on site.
We went to the factory in White Pigeon. The owner is a very helpful guy. The installers did a top notch job. Owner gave a thorough demonstration of how to use the levelers after they were installed, and made sure they were working correctly. It was a great experience.
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A Visit to White Pigeon

I, too, made the trek to the Bigfoot factory several years ago. The product is great, the installation was perfect, I camped for free overnight, and the people were friendly and helpful. I'll return with my next RV, too.
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Any new recommendations for a shop near the west coast that installs Big Foot levelers?
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Any new recommendations for a shop near the west coast that installs Big Foot levelers?
I’m researching the same for my Via and was sent these shops:
Nevada Dealers
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Double Eagle RV Repair Las Vegas, NV 89122 702-458-4700
Ed's RV Carson City, NV 89706 775-246-0777
Findlay RV Las Vegas, NV 89121 702-982-4630
B&B Coachworks Las Vegas, NV 89103 702-873-4415

Oregon Dealers
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Lafayette RV Lafayette, OR 97127 503-864-2344
Bend RV Repair Bend, OR 97701 541-388-5448
All Seasons RV Bend, OR 97701 541-382-5009
Wager's Trailers Salem, OR 97301 503-585-7713
Johnson's RV Sandy, OR 97055 503-668-5400
Triple-A RV Center Medford, OR 97504 541-772-1938
Keiser Brake Eugene, OR 97402 541-344-5887

Let me know what your research results in please. I haven’t contacted any of these but plan on an install sometime this year.
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