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Change pump hydraulic to electric jacks

Camper is 1175 Kgs

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I would contact the MFG for their recommendations for changing to electric jacks. Is your current hydraulic system an electric pump or hand? You might want to consider an electric hydraulic pump. Availability for the snow plow community is high. Their reliability is well known.

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