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DeltaRon 05-24-2018 07:17 PM

Power stabilizer jacks
 
On 2018 Classic with power stabilizer jacks. How do you operate manually when power doesnít work? No mention in manual.

Al and Missy 05-24-2018 07:38 PM

You should have a long crank handle with a pin in the end. You stick it in the hole in the end panel and feel around until it engages, and then crank. If you don't have the crank, somehow I ended up with extras. Let me know and I'll bring you one to Alumalina.


Al

DeltaRon 05-24-2018 08:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Al and Missy (Post 2105856)
You should have a long crank handle with a pin in the end. You stick it in the hole in the end panel and feel around until it engages, and then crank. If you don't have the crank, somehow I ended up with extras. Let me know and I'll bring you one to Alumalina.


Al



Thanks. Iíll take a closer look.

Overstreet 05-25-2018 04:20 PM

I'm getting confused but I think mine was in the closet. I keep getting the picture of my trade in's handle on the wall of the pass through storage. Perhaps look in the trunk.

uncle_bob 05-25-2018 08:24 PM

Hi

Another popular "backup" is to rig an battery / electric drill to fit the hex head "bolt" on the jack. That way you don't crank your arm off :)

Bob

paiceman 05-26-2018 08:12 AM

I received the long handle and a short snap in adapter for my 1/4" electric drill. The adapter fits perfectly on the road side stabilizer and I can raise or lower using my electric drill. Check the packet your emergency awning closure pieces came in as that is where mine was.


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