E + P for me as well, as canopus we used SAP, expensive but great bit of kit
we have a remote control and also what seems to be sensible a link to our also new air suspension to dump air before levelling
expensive though, just paid around £5K as part of air suspension at same time total £9K
Depends on the vehicle I suspect. I should have taken a picture but the van I saw had easily raised itself 3 inches or more at the front. There was room for an owl to nest above the front wheel.
I was with someone over the weekend who had hydraulic rams. He deployed them - and they vanished into the grass! He needed to use the pads but couldn't be bothered.
Ours comes with pads approx. 8" dia on each ram, first trip was to a dead flat Chester racecourse which was also very wet grass, so to be honest I was quite glad not to need them, I did fear major embarrassment, save that for another less busy site hopefully, or hopefully not. Maybe ours being brand new has different, or at least bigger feet
A major benefit I hope to have is no rocking when parked on sites, not that we do anything other than moving around , but being on the large side, when I launch myself in off the step there is some significant movement inside, the rams can be lowered down as steadies without the need to fully 'deploy'. Going back to my trip to Durness in January and in daft wind speeds I needed sea sick pills (I really did)
I do not want to sound like a proud father, or fall into the trap of praising simply due to the amount of cash handed over, but will be reviewing more fully when used on all surfaces, I will be particularly interested to see how they do perform on wet grass though, having said that we do not park on wet grass unless there really is no other option
Glide -rite £3400.00 ,manual, it means you push 2 buttons instead of 1.If you have fully auto you will still have to get out and put blocks under jacks if very uneven
dont shoot me I'm only asking....Can see the point of full air suspension, but the levelling, why is it so critical....
They seem to be available on the continent, about £2500.00. They are electric motors but it looks like spring returns, not sure if they would pull up on a muddy field. ( Chester Racecourse ) They state a maximum 5500kgs for four, they are available in pairs just to stabilise but there is no information I can find in English, so struggling to read it.Not even seen those before, guess they are not in the UK, looks like an electric motor system rather than Hydraulic.
How much, what weight limit.