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Old 10-04-2014, 10:39 AM   #11
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Did raising the rig cause the tear? Also, Mike I guess I'm too new at this! "Bring back wheels off the ground" I was'nt sure what that meant
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[QUOTE=thecampingcat;240045]Did raising the rig cause the tear? Also, Mike I guess I'm too new at this! "Bring back wheels off the ground" I was'nt sure what that meant[/QUOTE/

Raising it shouldn't cause them to tear, when you change a tire you do the same thing. Whatever you do "DO NOT PARK WITH THE REAR END ON THE LOW SIDE" If you raise the rear wheels off the ground you will roll since you have no parking brake.
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Old 10-04-2014, 01:13 PM   #13
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Our levels do not go down when the Jayco sits on a level pad. Is this normal?
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Thanks grumpy! Thanks to JOF I can be in the middle of woods and get hrlp...many jay flights here... still setting the hook to soon! start a fishing thread ( rear on ground parking brake on...cape may nj in two weeks for some hallowern fun...our nation's first ocean side resort! according to Cape May historical society
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Our levels do not go down when the Jayco sits on a level pad. Is this normal?
No! They should function all the time.
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Lots of Lew Enforcement activity in the Monroe and surrounding counties of PA - please stay alert...

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Roy, glad you mentioned that.
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Did raising the rig cause the tear? Also, Mike I guess I'm too new at this! "Bring back wheels off the ground" I was'nt sure what that meant[/QUOTE/

Raising it shouldn't cause them to tear, when you change a tire you do the same thing. Whatever you do "DO NOT PARK WITH THE REAR END ON THE LOW SIDE" If you raise the rear wheels off the ground you will roll since you have no parking brake.
Thats what I meant
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Did raising the rig cause the tear? Also, Mike I guess I'm too new at this! "Bring back wheels off the ground" I was'nt sure what that meant
I really don't know, the tech assured me there is drain holes at the bottom of the boot but I didn't look yet. He said he would contact the company and see what they say. My concern was road dirt getting in.
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