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Old 03-08-2013, 09:54 PM   #1
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Reico Titan Leveling System

Got the Reico Titan leveling system this week.

Started installing it today, go the rear frame brackets and rear landing legs installed.

Will work on the front legs, controller and wiring this weekend.

Guess the hardest part is done, drilling the frame and mounting the rear brackets.

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Old 03-09-2013, 06:21 AM   #2
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Looking good Rob.
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Rob you will wonder why you waited so long to have an auto-leveling system....congrats.

What made you choose the Rieco Titan leveling system?
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What made you choose the Rieco Titan leveling system?
Because it is a good soild system with a good track record, it is all electric, low cost and I can install it which saves on the total cost.

Got it finished today, it works great, total cost was less than $2500, got it from Tweetys.com
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Reico Titan Leveling System

Something I have wanted to add for some time. Is there system suitable for a Sterling 25
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The Ground Control System has two universal models, one for Travel Trailers, one for 5th Wheels, cost is the same.
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