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A Holiday Rambler Imperial 1997, size of return springs

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A Holiday Rambler Imperial 1997, size of return springs for the leveling jacks, and jack pad
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: RV
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
The procedure to replace the springs, and pad, part #'s and/or place to purchase parts
Expert:  Randall replied 1 year ago.

Are these HWH flip down jacks? And I don't recommend customer's do this job themselves. It can be dangerous! One of our techs here just about lost his thumb doing these, and he had experience. I would enlist the help of a shop or mobile tech who has done these and has the proper tools. It might save you more than just a few bucks. In any event, and that being said, get back to me with this information on the jacks and I can get you the part number. They do have to be HWH made springs and come from HWH. You can buy them directly from them if your dealer isn't set up with them for parts.

Expert:  Randall replied 1 year ago.

I am attaching a link to the parts for these IF you have the flip down jacks. IF NOT, let me know. http://www.hannarv.com/P/HWHR6824HydraulicRVJackReplacementSpringKit/18973

Expert:  Randall replied 1 year ago.

Notice, that they go by the number of coils of your OEM springs.........they come in different lengths for the various models.

Expert:  Randall replied 1 year ago.

IF you have straight acting jacks they list those as well. The correct jacks number should be printed on a label on the jacks and begins with "AP" and a part number. See the attached link...........http://www.hannarv.com/rvTrailerQuestions/WhichHWHSpringKitistherightone