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Old 09-26-2013, 11:33 PM   #61
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Originally Posted by Tranquil Jim View Post
After a fair amount of research and three months of use, I have concluded that I really don't need levelers...especially at the price they want to install them. I have five plastic three-step blocks for leveling if things are too out of kilter. As for stabilizers, we don't seem to be bothered much by the coach rocking back and forth. It seems pretty stable.
I agree. I have those same blocks... Quick and easy level with them. The small amount of rocking doesn't bother us. If you've ever lived on a boat the Solera feels rock solid!!

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Old 10-24-2013, 11:34 AM   #62
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I downsized from a GeorgeTown Class A to a Navion IQ 24V. Nothing against Solera just got a better trade in for my GT. I fell in love with the levelers on the GT & couldnt do without em. I went with the HWH 725 fully auto system. I did the install myself to help offset the cost. I looked hard at the Bigfoot system but I was not real keen on drilling the frame to mount them. The HWH system requires no drilling or welding of the frame. I was done in 2 days. The hardest part was finding a place for the Hyd pump. I put mine where the spare tire used to be , I took the spare down the day after I brought it home & carry it in the motorcycle trailer on long trips. The system works flawless. Give HWH a call & they will tell you if they have model for your units.

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