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Old 07-29-2013, 05:04 AM   #1
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LevelEase by IntelliJacks??

I was wondering if this is a good investment. I went to IntelliJacks website and they have it on sale. Anyone here using this Levelease... there seems to be quite a few satisfied customers posted in their website not so much when you do your research here. Any input is appreciated... Thanks... RL
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Old 07-30-2013, 04:43 AM   #2
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So no Levelease user here... ??!
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Old 07-30-2013, 07:16 AM   #3
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Sometimes posts get buried rather quickly on frf.
Be patient and bring your post ttt for a few days hopefully someone can help.
Remember a lot of the forum members are starting there trek toeards goshen rally this week.


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Old 08-01-2013, 08:39 PM   #4
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Intellijacks seems to be a good addition to any trailer but I can't seem to not a very popular item in this forum..
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I have them and love them. easy to wire up, and they do save time and effort when hooking and unhooking. I have a two motor kit that I'm not using (from another trailer) that you can have if you have twin motors on your landing jacks.
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I have them and love them. easy to wire up, and they do save time and effort when hooking and unhooking. I have a two motor kit that I'm not using (from another trailer) that you can have if you have twin motors on your landing jacks.
Finally one forum member admit to using the Intellijacks. Garbonz thanks but I only have a single motor in my trailer. Anyway, one question for you. Does it control the rear leveling jacks? Or you still have to manually raise or lower them?

The reason I was interested is because the last day of my last camping trip it rained really hard and I got soak packing things away and hitching the trailer to the truck. I thought the Intellijacks would have been really nice to have at that time.
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Finally one forum member admit to using the Intellijacks. Garbonz thanks but I only have a single motor in my trailer. Anyway, one question for you. Does it control the rear leveling jacks? Or you still have to manually raise or lower them?

The reason I was interested is because the last day of my last camping trip it rained really hard and I got soak packing things away and hitching the trailer to the truck. I thought the Intellijacks would have been really nice to have at that time.
The Intellijacks do not operate the rear stabilizers. Only the front Landing Gear on a 5th wheel.

You'll still need that rain gear when you do the stabilizers. LOL

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Gerbonz,

You have a PM.

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I guess raingear is still necessary... Oh well, I'm still interested. Thanks!
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I guess raingear is still necessary... Oh well, I'm still interested. Thanks!
put a wireless remote on the rear stabs, like the awning remotes that some folks have done.
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