Originally Posted by Talisker
I had trouble today hooking up because the Level-Up system took forever to retract. Temperature outside today was 0 (-18 in Canadian). The Lippert site had some recommendations for using a different hydraulic fluid for colder temperatures. Has anyone changed out the hydraulic fluid and if so how is the performance once the temperatures are in the 70+ range. I don't plan on moving our Redwood much in colder temperatures but if someone has some suggestions for me I 'd really appreciate it. It's supposed to start warming up in the next few days but we're scheduled to leave for parts warmer in about two weeks and I want be ready with a fix if necessary.
I have not had the experience with my RV, but I am in the construction industry using hydraulic scissor lifts to do overhead work. I donít know what fluid is used in the RV jacks, but in my scissor lifts, I had to change out to aircraft hydraulic fluid. It will work in much lower temperatures such as what aircraft do at high elevations. Just my 2 cents worth.
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