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Old 05-28-2018, 07:47 PM   #1
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Need Help With A Level UP Part Number (Jack Leaking)

So one of my rear Level Up Jacks on my V3605 Developed a leak this winter. I was hoping it was due to the cold weather but no luck! It's leaking a good bit while retracted and it's going to need to be replaced. Does anyone know the size (LBS) or part number of the jack? Thanks! I wouldn't be opposed to having it rebuilt if anyone else has had good luck with that route.
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So one of my rear Level Up Jacks on my V3605 Developed a leak this winter. I was hoping it was due to the cold weather but no luck! It's leaking a good bit while retracted and it's going to need to be replaced. Does anyone know the size (LBS) or part number of the jack? Thanks! I wouldn't be opposed to having it rebuilt if anyone else has had good luck with that route.



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Got help from Lippert believe it or not. When you call to order they will ask what it's on, color and how many holes are in the mounting bracket. I gave them the info and they gave me a part numer of 433458. The link is listed below.

https://store.lci1.com/8k-aluminum-j...mounting-holes
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So one of my rear Level Up Jacks on my V3605 Developed a leak this winter. I was hoping it was due to the cold weather but no luck! It's leaking a good bit while retracted and it's going to need to be replaced. Does anyone know the size (LBS) or part number of the jack? Thanks! I wouldn't be opposed to having it rebuilt if anyone else has had good luck with that route.

I had issues with one of my jacks on a '12 Infinity. Called Lipert and they do not offer any rebuild kits for these units. I took a chance and added Lucas transmission treatment to the resivor and the leak stopped. I am not a fan of most "oil treatments" as I think most of it is snake oil sales but Lucas is different. I have used it for years and had good results. Put it in the resivorand cycle the jacks a few time and see if if it helps. Beats a $500.00 new jack.


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