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Old 03-09-2014, 08:04 AM   #11
carl n susan
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quote:Originally posted by gkidsdlite

Not to drive business away from Lippert but, does it really bother you that much if the 5ver moves a little?
The reduced (not eliminated) movement is a secondary benefit. The ease of setup is the primary reward from a Level Up system. Looking at a site and guessing how many boards or blocks are required to get the rig level side to side; down on your knees wrestling with the front drop legs; dealing with pin box stabilizers, JT stabalizers, etc.; waiting for the exorbitantly slow electric motors; blown fuses in the landing legs; stripped gears if you over extend/retract the front legs; are all activities/issues that disappear with the Level Ups.
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