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Old 05-10-2016, 04:05 PM   #1
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lowering jack mounting spots

With all the chatter lately about folks installing the IS , and lowering the jack mounts to make up for the difference , I have a question..

Since I am adding the IS in June , IF they raise my trailer up by 2" and I have to lower my mounts so I do not stroke out , DO I have to recalibrate the system ??

I would think not , but that usually gets me in trouble (thinking)
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I wouldn't think so, but it's so simple to do that it sure wouldn't hurt anything.
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With all the chatter lately about folks installing the IS , and lowering the jack mounts to make up for the difference , I have a question..

Since I am adding the IS in June , IF they raise my trailer up by 2" and I have to lower my mounts so I do not stroke out , DO I have to recalibrate the system ??

I would think not , but that usually gets me in trouble (thinking)
Yes, you will need to recalibrate the leveling system. I just lowered my jacks two holes, which is equivalent to 2 inches and I had to recalibrate. Lowering and recalibrating takes less than an hour to do.
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Calibrate

How do you calibrate level up?
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Manually level the trailer with at least a 4' level. turn the keypad off. push the up (front) button 10 times then push the down(back) button 10 times. the display will turn itself on and go into calibrate mode. You can also find instructions in the Lippert manual
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