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Old 09-09-2018, 04:38 PM   #21
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The previous owner of my rig had the level up installed aftermarket. I always thought that the legs were too low (rears 8' from the ground), but have not had any issues yet, and I take the unit into a lot of places most people would not dare to go. The point is, use it the way it is and I doubt you will have any issues.
 
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I moved my front ones one bolt hole, caught a railroad track in Seward Alaska. No issues with auto level.
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Old 08-05-2021, 08:58 AM   #24
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Torque Spec

Is there a torque spec on the bolts for the LCI Level up bolts. We need to move them up one hole.
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Give Lippert a call...they can advise you on any specs.
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Old 08-05-2021, 10:39 AM   #26
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Is there a torque spec on the bolts for the LCI Level up bolts. We need to move them up one hole.
The torque spec for the bolts is 52-64 ft/lbs

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Tight. I see no need for torquing bolts in that position.
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Carl beat me to it on the torque. I also moved all of mine up on this last trip. Had a very steep site to back into and the rear and front jacks drug. I have the Snap Pads on mine. The front jacks are now all the way up to the last hole. I have 2 holes showing on the other 4 jacks. The axle will drag before the jacks now.
I made 6 pads to take up the space using pressure treated 4x4's and 2x4's. That made up 6 1/2 inches. Just a pain cutting all those pieces 1 foot long. After that, deck screws and some heavy plastic strapping I already had for handles.
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