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Posted: 08/09/19 07:32am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

jcsb wrote:

Started out using the commercial leveling blocks and 2x8's. Have the level indicators. Generally worked ok especially on paved sites. A real pain while setting up in rain.

Added Bigfoot later. Found on sale and made the trip to the Mich. facility.

Now can set up without leaving coach except to make sure slides will extend without hitting anything. Can reset if the coach settles after a day or two when on sandy sites.

Don't get soaked during a rain store while setting up.
Sounds like several on here have the Bigfoot levelers and are very happy with them. What is the approximate cost to purchase and install the levelers?

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Gjac wrote:

Sounds like several on here have the Bigfoot levelers and are very happy with them. What is the approximate cost to purchase and install the levelers?


When they were on sale last year (they are often on sale) I got a quote from a local shop. $1988 for the Platinum levelers, and 10 hours labor at $145/hr for a total of ~$3600 with tax and everything. If you are local, I believe they do free installs at times of the year which would be a massive savings!

In my particular case, the black tank is in the way so there was an additional $500 for a custom black tank, and another 3 hours for that. Add in a few miscellaneous parts for the plumbing, and the complete out the door install cost was going to be $4848.53


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