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Old 12-21-2014, 06:54 PM   #1
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BAL Leveling Jack Power Pack

I'm considering adding BAL's power leveling jack system Model 24210 (See Here) to my trailer. The only negative I've read about them, besides their cost, is they are slow. From the videos I've seen they do not appear to be particularly slow, especially when compared to my old Makita electric drill. Anyone have any experience with them?

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Old 01-11-2015, 10:42 AM   #2
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Okay, after almost 200 views with no replies it appears this isn't a popular modification! And now I won't be doing it either!

Home Despot had a clearance sale on Ryobi products and I picked up a new 20V Drill and Impact driver set with two battery packs, a charger and a fancy case to carry it all in for $99.00! I saved several hundred bucks and gained an impact driver for sticky lug nuts...I'll take that deal!
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