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Old 08-25-2015, 03:35 PM   #11
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Jayco is using Equalizer jacks in the 2016's.
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Old 08-25-2015, 05:31 PM   #12
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Jayco is using Equalizer jacks in the 2016's.
looks like a much more compact control panel. Auto Level | Motorhomes | RVs | Equalizer Systems | A Days Company | Official Site
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Food for thought CarlB. Good stuff! I will make a decision soon....I think.
Wife went shopping today for the RV.....multiple bags of who know what on the floor!
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Jayco is using Equalizer jacks in the 2016's.
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Old 08-27-2015, 06:06 PM   #15
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A cheaper method is to look for a level site at a CG you want to visit before you actually visit. I have a GH 31 ss and so far we've gone about 60 miles away from home, just due to time constraints (wife still works) lol. We go on sunday drives and visit/inspect various CG's that strike our interest. We make notes on level sites, and request those when making reservations, makes leveling a lot easier. Still have the sway and bounce to some degree, but I've gotten over it for the most part. LOL
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A cheaper method is to look for a level site at a CG you want to visit before you actually visit. I have a GH 31 ss and so far we've gone about 60 miles away from home, just due to time constraints (wife still works) lol. We go on sunday drives and visit/inspect various CG's that strike our interest. We make notes on level sites, and request those when making reservations, makes leveling a lot easier. Still have the sway and bounce to some degree, but I've gotten over it for the most part. LOL
Thanks Jimp. Grandkids might like the sway and bounce.
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