Electric Stabilizer Jacks by Lippert

Item #:
90808
Brand:
Lippert Components
Model:
347132

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Use To Stabilize Motorhome/ Travel Trailer or Camper While Parked;
Price: $470.00 $419.35
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Electric Stabilizer Jacks by Lippert Description

12 Volt Electric motor, legs extend up to 30 inches

Electric Stabilizer Jacks by Lippert Additional Information

Item # 90808
Brand Lippert Components
Model 347132
Features Used For: Stabilize Motorhome/ Travel Trailer Or Camper While Parked
Operation Type: Electric
Material: Steel
Quantity: Single
Warranty 1
Net Weight 35
Special Order Item No
LTL Freight No

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1-for-1 Replacement with Upgraded Motor
This is a the best price for this rear stabilizer I've been able to find. It's an upgrade to Lippert's older 298707 kit. This one has a faster motor which lowers/raises the legs twice as fast.

Kit comes with required hardware, an auto-reset circuit breaker, a waterproof switch, and stickers. Also has plenty of cable to route to the switch. The only thing it doesn't come with are instructions, which dinged one star off for quality. Instructions can be downloaded from Lippert though.

The easiest ways to install...

New - not replacing old: Hook the switch up to a 12v source (I installed it permanently first), and then to the stabilizer with circuit breaker on the hot leg. Raise the stabilizer in place (using the switch). Route cable where you want it. Drill 3/8" holes for bolts into RV frame. Bolt on. Raise legs.

Replacing old one: Lower old stabilizer legs. Unbolt and lower it to the ground. Hook the switch up to a 12v source (I installed the switch permanently), and then to the stabilizer with the circuit breaker on the hot leg. Raise the stabilizer in place (using the switch). Route cable where you want it. Bolt new stabilizer to RV frame using original holes. Raise legs.
  • Good powder coating, upgraded model, motor 2x faster than original
  • Didn't come with instructions or wiring diagram
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