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Quadra Big Foot hydraulic auto level system can be added to many but not all RVs. They are in White Pigeon, MI, call them and get info and if it can be done on your RV and where they might have remote installers. Probably cost $4 to $5K. We have been using ours for 9 years, love it. Greg http://www.thebigfootleveler.com/

 

Lippert makes a system called Level UP http://www.lci1.com/level-up

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Like Greg, we are happy customers of Quadra/Bigfoot. Not only do they make a very good leveling system, they also have a great record of customer support. They even sell parts to the end user and advise on trouble shooting and repairs.

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Another vote for Quadra/Bigfoot. They have systems for Class A and C motorhomes, as well as 5'vers. And their jacks are full double acting hydraulic extend and retract, so no springs to fail... ;)

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Like Greg, we are happy customers of Quadra/Bigfoot. Not only do they make a very good leveling system, they also have a great record of customer support. They even sell parts to the end user and advise on trouble shooting and repairs.

 

You're saying you actually have this system on your current unit?

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10 years with the Big Foot on the trailer with no problems. But we did go to the White Pigeon facility to get the updated controller a few years back, great service.

 

We had an operator error in the beginning. We called on Saturday morning and left a message. 10 minutes later we got the call and the solution from Rick. Weekends and nights are covered by senior staff so when you get the call back, you are going to get a solution.

 

One thing we would have preferred on our new Bounder is that it came with Power Gear levers (spring return). We would have preferred a Big Foot system.

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You're saying you actually have this system on your current unit?

Not on the little travel trailer but we did on our motorhome for 14 years. I don't believe that they make a system for a trailer as small as ours. ;)

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Daveh, on 06 May 2016 - 5:13 PM, said:

Bill. It will help people give you answers if you tell us the type of unit.

 

The information under the title of the post indicates he has an Excel Winslow, which is a fifth wheel.

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We paid $4k for our Big Foot and it was the best $4K we spent on the rig. Life is so much easier with a Big Foot.

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Does anyone recognize this leveler controller?  I want instructions on how to use it.  I'd go to the net to find the manual, but I don't know what it is.

 

The round switch on the upper left of the panel is apparently an on/off switch added by persons unknown.

 

43631711235_d480375d23_c.jpgIMG_1008  Mystery jack system controls. by philethier, on Flickr

pethier, interested in toyhaulers for 13-foot car

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Just finished installing bigfoots on our class c. The materials are excellent, instructions were not step by step (since they try to cover many models in one booket) but nothing I had to call for help with since I was able to take my time.

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3 hours ago, pethier said:

Does anyone recognize this leveler controller?  I want instructions on how to use it.  I'd go to the net to find the manual, but I don't know what it is.

 

The round switch on the upper left of the panel is apparently an on/off switch added by persons unknown.

 

43631711235_d480375d23_c.jpgIMG_1008  Mystery jack system controls. by philethier, on Flickr

Equalizer systems.

https://equalizersystems.com

 

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