Lippert Expanding Level Up Installation Network

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March 28, 2012 by   1 Comment

Lippert Components Inc. announced it has expanded the network of installation sites for its Level Up hydraulic leveling systems to include 11 RV dealerships.

According to a press release, the Goshen, Ind.-based supplier introduced Level Up two years ago featuring a six-point automatic hydraulic system that can be operated with the touch of a button.

To support the growing certified dealer network for Level Up and other products supporting the mobile lifestyle, Lippert Components has updated its website,, to add improved site navigation and additional information about all of the industry segments the company serves – along with a dealer locator. Additional sales support is available to dealers in the form of touch-screen video kiosks that consumers can access to learn more about the features and benefits of Level Up.

Tony Downing, who heads up dealer business development for Lippert Components, was enthusiastic about the sales. “The kiosks were big hits at the Florida RV Super Show in Tampa in January,” Downing said. “I had the kiosks on display in the Lazy Days’ display selling aftermarket installations. I did another show in Quartzsite, Ariz., in January, and another at the Detroit RV Show working with General RV selling aftermarket installations, both meeting with success.”

“We give our certified dealers the tools necessary to succeed,” concluded Jason Lippert. “Level Up is a well documented product and a respected brand – in fact it’s the number one fifth wheel leveling system on the market today.”

Dealers wishing to join the Level Up certified dealer network can call (574) 537-8900 or email Once certified, they will be added to the Level Up dealer locator on the Lippert website,

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One Response to “Lippert Expanding Level Up Installation Network”

  1. Jerry L. Engstrand on September 27th, 2012 11:17 pm

    would it be possible for an RV owner to purchase a leveling system and install it the system themself if so what would the complete system cost.[ No not just anyone could install the simplest of these], but I spent 13 years working on hydraulics with the caterpillar dealer here I am now retired and have the time for these things. I would like to install a system on my 34 foot holiday rambler 5th wheel.