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Hi there, starting to look at semi retiring and have recently bought a Jayco Conquest and have only done 2 small trips.

I am pretty keen to install some type of levellers, auto or manual and see on this forum the last post was a couple of years ago relating to this, so I am wondering if technology has improved since then or suppliers as there does not appear to be much online, in WA anyway.

Looking forward to any helpful info that may be out there.

 

Thanks, Tim 

 



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What is your tow vehicle and van length mate?

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I read it as corner levelers for the van and not ride levelers?
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Tim notes he has a Jayco Conquest which is a motorhome, often on an Iveco or Fiat chassis.

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Welcome to the gang Tim, enjoy here and out in the playground.

If you are talking about corner stabilisers to go under the motorhome then they are just that really. They don't take the actual weight. I think you can get electric operated ones or just wind down as mostly around. I use a 18v cordless drill with fitting to wind down and up my stabilisers on the aluminium teepee. Easy as.



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No is a motorhome, 8m long.



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Yes currently has wind down stabiliser on the rear but still need to use ramps for the front, realise this does not stop the swaying. Happy to look at both options being electric and hydraulic.



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