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Old 12-01-2015, 12:41 PM   #1
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Stabilizers for Class C

We have a Sunseeker 2690 that did not come equipped with automatic leveling jacks. We still level the old fashion way with blocks. However, the motorhome moves a lot when walking around and entering and exiting the coach.

I am interested in getting stabilizer bars and am looking for recommendations.

Has anyone used the Valterra RV Stabilizer? Thoughts? Other suggestions?

Thank you in advance.
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Old 12-01-2015, 12:58 PM   #2
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I just had hydraulic levelers installed on my SunSeeker this year. Best mod yet. Hit power then auto-level done.
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Old 12-01-2015, 01:07 PM   #3
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I just had hydraulic levelers installed on my SunSeeker this year. Best mod yet. Hit power then auto-level done.
Thinking about doing the same. What brand did you choose? Did you put them on or have it done by an RV shop? Cost (if you don't mind sharing )?

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They are Equalizer. Same as used on the Berks. Got a deal on them while at the Rally in Goshen, Indiana. They were installed at the factory. Took about 1/2 day. $2995.00 +tax. Beats the heck out of what I was doing before.
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They are Equalizer. Same as used on the Berks. Got a deal on them while at the Rally in Goshen, Indiana. They were installed at the factory. Took about 1/2 day. $2995.00 +tax. Beats the heck out of what I was doing before.
Thanks for the information. I'll be checking them out and see if one of the local RV shops carries them.

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Thanks for the information. I'll be checking them out and see if one of the local RV shops carries them.

Again thanks!

Check etrailer.com for prices great customer service and deliver Alot quicker that Alot of places.
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After watching two guys do mine and how they jacked it up and worked under it, was worth the money to have them do it. I have built cars so doing the actual install isn't hard, but how they did it and set up level, worth every penny!
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