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  1. I'm full-time since Summer '18 in a 2018 Heartland Fuel 322, 35' toyhauler 5th wheel and I almost never can get the leveling system to work. The trailer has high clearance and my truck is a 2WD Dodge 2500 that sits low but level (not overweight) when towing, making the trailer ride a little nose down. If my parking spot is at all sloped down in the front, the landing gear have to travel a long way to get to level, and because my truck is not huge, I don't have much room to drop the extensions before disconnecting from the truck. I have an LCI Ground Control 3.0 6-point system, and I use blocks and a few inches of extension to get within an inch or less of the bottom of the landing gear. I can't extend the landing gear very far to disconnect the truck, but then I have to go a really long way to get the front up to level. When I hit auto level, I get jack fault on all 6 jacks, which can only be cleared by retracting all jacks fully and starting over (with the same end result). I can always get the trailer level in manual mode, but there is no way to manually extend the center stabilizers, between that and the fully extended landing gear I have a ton of movement. Also, I just developed a crease in the vinyl floor from one side to the other near the mid-point of the trailer making me wonder if it is sagging from sitting with the majority of the weight on each end. I plan to take it in to the shop, but that is tough when you are a full-timer. Any advice or suggestions greatly appreciated!
  2. HWH air bag leveling system 2000 will not stay in travel mode. System is on 2004 Country Coach Allure with Cummins 370. The manual and auto leveling function works with no problems. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
  3. well i need a secure way to level my rv. it sits left side low. ( couple legos) not much. but nose very low. driveway thing. thinking a fabed up "stand about 18 in sq. at the base. and 18 inches tall . 18 sq at the base with 3/8 - 1/2 spikes for the asphalt. (anti slide). taper up to about 9 in sq. with a sq post coming out to link onto/into the front landing legs ( ground pads removed). i can work with steel but alu is far lighter. but does this sound like it would be stable? and just might work? yes my landing legs must extend out a long ways to even try and get to level.
  4. well i need a secure way to level my rv. it sits left side low. ( couple legos) not much. but nose very low. driveway thing. thinking a fabed up "stand about 18 in sq. at the base. and 18 inches tall . 18 sq at the base with 3/8 - 1/2 spikes for the asphalt. (anti slide). taper up to about 9 in sq. with a sq post coming out to link onto/into the front landing legs ( ground pads removed). i can work with steel but alu is far lighter. but does this sound like it would be stable? and just might work? yes my landing legs must extend out a long ways to even try and get to level.
  5. I have two 1,000lb Eaz-lift tow bars (will work with any Elite system) that have @ 400 miles of use available in Bryan/College Station, Texas if anyone can use one or both. They retail for $65 each plus shipping on Amazon. I will part with them for $35 each plus actual shipping. These are bare bars as you would buy new w/o chains. Nothing is wrong with them other than they are too heavy for my needs and were replaced with lighter ones. https://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B00B2AU4EY/ref=dp_olp_new_mbc?ie=UTF8&condition=new We will be traveling to Glen Rose 11/19-11/23 and Beaumont 12/16-12/23 and can easily bring them with and save some shipping cost. Michael
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