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Keith V

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So I just finished building 6 new MicroLevel units.
I'm going to offer them at 20% off.
They normally sell for $695
So for black Friday and until Dec 8, they will be $550 each.

but wait... There's MORE!

These are new and improved!
1. The Manual button now does left and right, up and down separately. the original version would raise / lower both rears at the same time. So this means you can raise or lower the left or right on it's own without needing the remote.

2. Connectors are now used instead of screw terminals. This means the height sensors are prewired and just plug in. The solenoids and power connections have pigtails so they can be wired up then plugged in. and if you need to remove it it's just unplug and go!

3. the PCB has been redesigned and is simpler, but that doesn't affect usage.

This for the controller, valves are separate, I sell a valve kit for $200, or will show you what to buy on Amazon.
What you get
* Controller, The new Version
* Height sensors with harness and connectors
* RF remote
* Compressor relay
* in line Fuse
* Free shipping
* Free support
* Lifetime transferrable warranty ( my lifetime )

To Order send me an email to My427v8@hotmail.com
Or call me at 763-732-3419
 

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2. Connectors are now used instead of screw terminals. This means the height sensors are prewired and just plug in. The solenoids and power connections have pigtails so they can be wired up then plugged in. and if you need to remove it it's just unplug and go!
Do the height sensors still use that same connector in the wheel well? Weather Pack? My downfall I'd like to overcome. I still have to use a gauge stick for ride height. :-( But the remote does make it easier.
 
So I just finished building 6 new MicroLevel units.
I'm going to offer them at 20% off.
They normally sell for $695
So for black Friday and until Dec 8, they will be $550 each.

but wait... There's MORE!

These are new and improved!
1. The Manual button now does left and right, up and down separately. the original version would raise / lower both rears at the same time. So this means you can raise or lower the left or right on it's own without needing the remote.

2. Connectors are now used instead of screw terminals. This means the height sensors are prewired and just plug in. The solenoids and power connections have pigtails so they can be wired up then plugged in. and if you need to remove it it's just unplug and go!

3. the PCB has been redesigned and is simpler, but that doesn't affect usage.

This for the controller, valves are separate, I sell a valve kit for $200, or will show you what to buy on Amazon.
What you get
* Controller, The new Version
* Height sensors with harness and connectors
* RF remote
* Compressor relay
* in line Fuse
* Free shipping
* Free support
* Lifetime transferrable warranty ( my lifetime )
Very nice! Although I blew my GMC budget for this year :cry:
 
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Just finished my install on the version 2 this past weekend.
SO COOL......works like a charm. $$ guess I pulled the trigger a month too early.
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Do the height sensors still use that same connector in the wheel well? Weather Pack? My downfall I'd like to overcome. I still have to use a gauge stick for ride height. :-( But the remote does make it easier.
yes they do. Do you need a new harness?
 
So I just finished building 6 new MicroLevel units.
I'm going to offer them at 20% off.
They normally sell for $695
So for black Friday and until Dec 8, they will be $550 each.

but wait... There's MORE!

These are new and improved!
1. The Manual button now does left and right, up and down separately. the original version would raise / lower both rears at the same time. So this means you can raise or lower the left or right on it's own without needing the remote.

2. Connectors are now used instead of screw terminals. This means the height sensors are prewired and just plug in. The solenoids and power connections have pigtails so they can be wired up then plugged in. and if you need to remove it it's just unplug and go!

3. the PCB has been redesigned and is simpler, but that doesn't affect usage.

This for the controller, valves are separate, I sell a valve kit for $200, or will show you what to buy on Amazon.
What you get
* Controller, The new Version
* Height sensors with harness and connectors
* RF remote
* Compressor relay
* in line Fuse
* Free shipping
* Free support
* Lifetime transferrable warranty ( my lifetime )
Hi Keith - I'm easily confused...Can you explain what each button shown on your picture of the control panel does? Thanks.
 
Hi Keith - I'm easily confused...Can you explain what each button shown on your picture of the control panel does? Thanks.
Absolutely.
* The big vertical button is the manual button. Press top center, coach go up, press bottom center coach go down. Press the top left, Left go up, top right, right go down. Same for the bottom.

* The button under the GMC logo is travel, it's like the stock travel but better. the GMC logo lights up when in Travel mode.

* The Button under the tent is camp. this will level the coach for camping. The tent lights up when in camp mode

* The arrows tell you what it's doing. The Left Up arrow lights up when it's trying to raise the left side.

* The MicroLevel Logo on the button lights up when MicroLevel is running.

I also have detailed documentation if you're interested.
 
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Absolutely.
* The big vertical button is the manual button. Press top center, coach go up, press bottom center coach go down. Press the top left, Left go up, top right, right go down. Same for the bottom.

* The button under the GMC logo is travel, it's like the stock travel but better. the GMC logo lights up when in Travel mode.

* The Button under the tent is camp. this will level the coach for camping. The tent lights up when in camp mode

* The arrows tell you what it's doing. The Left Up arrow lights up when it's trying to raise the left side.

* The MicroLevel Logo on the button lights up when MicroLevel is running.

I also have detailed documentation if you're interested.
Sounds interesting but how do I order?
 
Ha ha Oh...
There is a microlevel link in my emails, but thats still the old system documentation
Send me an email at my427v8@hotmail.com
Or call me at 763-732-3419

I'll take a check, Paypal, Venmo, ??
 
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Kieth,
Be sure to have lots of rice in the freezer.
Rice is really good for this because it warms up at just the right speed and is infinitely reusable. Getting warmed up is no harm (unlike peas) and if the bag has a tiny leak, you may never know - Ice will make it known.
Oh, and if you knee is as bad as my worst one was, the relief will be amazing.
Oh, and do all the PT you can. Even plan on some on your own later.
I am working on getting what I thought was my good knee replaced soon.
Matt_C
 
Kieth,
Be sure to have lots of rice in the freezer.
Rice is really good for this because it warms up at just the right speed and is infinitely reusable. Getting warmed up is no harm (unlike peas) and if the bag has a tiny leak, you may never know - Ice will make it known.
Oh, and if you knee is as bad as my worst one was, the relief will be amazing.
Oh, and do all the PT you can. Even plan on some on your own later.
I am working on getting what I thought was my good knee replaced soon.
Matt_C
Matt,
Ive never head of using rice cold, sounds like a great idea.
my wife has a rice pack she heats up in the microwave, works great!
Yes, everyone says to do the PT! Will do!
 
Keith,
Both knees and an ankle replaced. Easy Peasy. Just make sure you do the PT and give it your best effort. Worst part was having to sleep more than I wanted. My body just wanted to heal. Good luck. I've had my eye on a microlevel for some time. Maybe I'll help pay for some of your PT.
 
I'm really enjoying the MicroLevel... On our Cascaders 1400 mile Rolling Rally just pulling into the campground and pressing 'Camp' and then when leaving the next day just pressing autolevel was a whole lot easier than doing all that manually. Using the remote at the gas pump to lower the PS rear made filll-ups (daily!) easy. Then again press autolevel on the way to the roadway.

Good luck with the knee, Keith!