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Old 05-17-2016, 08:55 PM   #11
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Old 05-18-2016, 11:49 AM   #12
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Mine has tried to lift the wheels and has a few times. When I bring it back to the dealer for punch list I will have them zero it. Have you tried it from the remote? I have been wanting to, but like you am a bit nervous of how hi it might go!
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Old 05-18-2016, 12:13 PM   #13
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Mine has tried to lift the wheels and has a few times. When I bring it back to the dealer for punch list I will have them zero it. Have you tried it from the remote? I have been wanting to, but like you am a bit nervous of how hi it might go!
My system does not try to lift the wheels off the ground and I do not believe the Lippert electric system is designed to raise the unit, only to level it. It always completes its levelling cycle in under a minute.
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unless you are leveling your rig with blocks under the wheels, the leveling system must lift at least one side of your trailers wheels off the ground or it would never level. The system is not made of stabilizing jacks on four corners, it is designed to lift and level.
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unless you are leveling your rig with blocks under the wheels, the leveling system must lift at least one side of your trailers wheels off the ground or it would never level. The system is not made of stabilizing jacks on four corners, it is designed to lift and level.
I have the ground control 2.0 system on my unit and I auto levelled it and all four tires are on the ground here on my seasonal site in WV. On the way to GA the two wheels on the door side were off the ground and the two wheels on the curb side remained on the ground in a site in SC. While in GA for the winter on the first site all four wheels were off the ground. So it depends on the site if any wheels come off the ground. The more level the site the less likely for the wheels to leave the ground. The Lippert manual says no wheels sound be off the ground. My selling dealer said it was fine for all four wheels to be off the ground. So I guess it is a matter of picking your poison.

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