Lippert Components Debuts Leveling System

June 8, 2010
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Leveling jacksLippert Components Inc., Goshen, Ind., a leading manufacturer of components for RVs, has introduced Level Up, a revolutionary six-point RV leveling system designed to quickly and safely level a motorhome with the touch of a button, according to a news release.

”RVers exhaust a lot of time and energy into getting their coach level,” said Jason Lippert, Lippert and Kinro president and CEO.

”With Level Up, we are giving campers the ability to safely level their motorhome in less than 30 seconds so they can enjoy their vacation.”

Level Up uses the power and speed of Lippert’s jacks, which are on average 10 times faster than their electric counterparts. Level Up utilizes a one touch ”auto level” button that allows the RVer to hit a button and let the system do its job in less than 30 seconds.

Level Up’s patented six-point leveling system incorporates a pair of front hydraulic landing gear and pairs of hydraulic leveling
jacks before the front axle and behind the rear axle. It is the only leveling system on the market that is sensitive to the integrity of the frame.

The user cannot put the jacks in a lifting sequence that would twist the chassis causing damage to the coach. This is the biggest difference between Level Up and the traditional four-point systems.

Currently, Lippert Components is working with several OEMs to provide ”Level Up Ready” frames where the customer can add Level Up as an option at the time of purchase, or add it to their motorhome later.

”We feel there is a large population of RVers who will see the upgrade to Level Up as a worthwhile investment,” Lippert said. Lippert Components is currently setting up a dealer network certified to install Level Up in addition to the Trail Airservice center in Goshen, Ind., that has been installing Level Up for the last year and a half.

To learn more, visit lippertcomponents.com.

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