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  • AZRickey
    AZRickey Handy RV Tools and tips :
    March 4We plane to stay a couple of months at a park. Have anyone used block under the hydraulic levelers to reduce the amount of the cylinder exposure. I'm concerned that the length of time that the levelers are deployed will corrode the cylinder shafts.
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      Norm & Ann Burgess March 4 Hmm good thought
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      Quig March 4 I never had a problem. I coat the cylinders with silicone spray and wipe clean before retracting. All per the owners manual. Mine is a 2002 class A and levelers work great!
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      Oldelevatorman March 4 The more blocks you put under there the more stable you’ll be. The jacks won’t be affected by being exposed at all, that’s what they’re designed to do. If you’re concerned you can coat them with silicone spray. We’ve had ours out since November and longer...  more
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        Tom & Laura Boden’s Adventures March 4 We put Block under our Levelers , make sure you leave enought room for the Levelers to operate properly. I have added to many blocks and wasn't able to level. Sounds crazy but I found out try to use to many blocks. Lol Safe Travels and Happy Trails Enjoy...  more
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      AZRickey March 4 Thank you all for the responses. All were very helpful!
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      Raptor Pack RVing (Roger Kim & Joshua Wilson) March 4 I use snap pads on my levelers. Don’t use blocks. Have had them down fo a year now and still look brand new. I rub them down with silicone protectant once a month and they are fine. 
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      Seabreeze March 4 The hydraulic levelers are aluminum so there is no need for a rust preventative. As mentioned blocks will help stabilize the rocking motion as the more they are extended the more the rocking will be multiplied.
      Al
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      Hoffie March 4 I second the Snap pads. Have had mine now for 3 years and look like the day I bought them. They give a wider pad surface. Have had my jacks extended for 4 months at a time and they have always worked.
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      Ronny and Millie Sexton March 4 WD40 spray
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        Hoffie March 4 Just remember that WD-40 is not a lubricant and may attract dirt as it eliminates moisture.
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      Robbie & Alice March 5 Snap pads and Boeshield T-9 to wipe the cylinders down.  WD-40 is not a lubricant.
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      DK4Nature March 5 Agree with Hoffie....WD40 good for some things but definetly attracts dirt.  Not an expert by any means but we use Anderson Blocks so that the levelers do not extend very far, it has also helped alleviate quite a bit of rocking motion in our 5...  more
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      Mike/Jennifer March 11 I wouldn't leave home without my 4x8x8 pads. I was always told the shorter the stroke the more stable and less rod exposed. The shaft would take a long time to make pits. 
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