Stabi-Lite Offers Solution for Smaller Coaches
After receiving excellent results with several RV manufacturers, Equalizer Systems Inc. is now introducing its Stabi-Lite automatic electric RV stabilizing system to the RV dealer and retail aftermarket.
According to a press release, results of OEM assessments have shown the Stabi-Lite system to be a durable solution for Class C and Class B motorhomes and smaller RVs that can experience a noticeable lean and constant swaying when RVers walk around inside with the slideroom extended. Stabi-Lite eliminates this insecure situation by providing a solid, level platform through a system that deploys automatically with a single touch.
Providing this kind of stability makes Stabi-Lite an effective aftermarket application for the lighter Ford and Chevrolet chassis. It is also the only custom-fit, bolt-on, electric stabilizing system for the increasingly popular Sprinter chassis. Weighing less than 80 pounds, Stabi-Lite is a fuel-efficient and green add-on, including its low-profile design that decreases height required by traditional systems, adding to the aerodynamic profile of contemporary RVs.
Most attractively for the aftermarket, Stabi-Lite is designed to be easy and quick to install with a chassis-specific clamp style mount that requires no welding or drilling. RVers with basic mechanical skills should be able to install the whole system in about two hours. They will also find the system to be an affordable alternative to more expensive hydraulic leveling systems.
“Stabi-Lite has received rave reviews from our RV manufacturing customers,” said Jason Loose, outside sales representative for Equalizer Systems. “So we thought the time was right to bring to the aftermarket this simple and affordable solution for the instability people can feel in a smaller slideout RV.”
Loose added that Equalizer is constantly designing custom brackets for additional applications, noting, “We expect Stabi-Lite to become an attractive system for race trailers and other special uses.”
Equalizer Systems, a division of Days Corp., is based in Elkhart, Ind. For more information visit www.equalizersystems.com.