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Old 03-06-2020, 10:04 AM   #1
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6 Point Auto Level

Does anyone know if you can unbolt the middle jacks and move them up or down? Or is the position set/calibrated from the factory to the point that moving them will mess up the whole system? Thanks
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Old 03-06-2020, 10:10 AM   #2
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You can move any of the jacks up/down as long as you have bolt holes available. I moved some of mine down. No re-calibration is needed.
If you move them up too far you may get a full extension message/error while auto leveling.
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The only restrictions I am aware of:

1)consider access to the manual retraction feature should you have a problem and have to manually lift the Jack. My lippert ground control has access to this in the top and bottom. Of the motor.

2)in the lippert ground control manual they say to tie a string from the bottom of the front tire to the furthest part of the front bottom frame. It says in the manual to keep the jack above the string line.
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The only restrictions I am aware of:

1)consider access to the manual retraction feature should you have a problem and have to manually lift the Jack. My lippert ground control has access to this in the top and bottom. Of the motor.

2)in the lippert ground control manual they say to tie a string from the bottom of the front tire to the furthest part of the front bottom frame. It says in the manual to keep the jack above the string line.
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