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Old 10-13-2020, 05:14 PM   #1
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Electric stabilizer leg motor failed on my 2013 funfinder x.has anyone replaced the original motor on these before,and if so where can I get them.thanks guys.
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Gee, not to be a smart ass here but I just wish I HAD electric stabilizers!
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Old 10-18-2020, 12:03 PM   #3
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Don't think you can just buy motor?
I replaced complete assembly motor still operates the pedestals were both bent.
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I just replaced mine with manual and bought a battery powered drill to operate them
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Gee, not to be a smart ass here but I just wish I HAD electric stabilizers!
I did a lot of research and reading before I ordered my toy hauler and after reading all the negatives about them failing and cost of replacement, opted NOT to include that option.........and glad I did as many continue suffer motor failure since that I've read.
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Electric stabilizer leg motor failed on my 2013 funfinder x.has anyone replaced the original motor on these before,and if so where can I get them.thanks guys.
From a previous post by DarMark around 8/20

"WE have gone thru two of them and they are difficult to remove and not cheap. One burnt out when a storage bin was wedged against the switches and tried to raise them until the motor burned out. No fuses on these circuits which I have since added . The other one would not go down after a winter of storage and it was all rusted inside. Its A week link in the manufacture of the trailer. I have since added a lot of silicone at the wiring connections to the motor case to keep moisture out and have gone 3 years with no more issues.

The motor (IG-42gm) without the shiny cover case is available from Lippert 574-537-8900. You can go on line and search for the product number to see it and then order.

Item in your order Qty Price
IG-42gm 12v Motor

SKU: 240015 BU-039
2 $217.90

Subtotal $217.90
Shipping & Handling $29.09
Grand Total $246.99"

Good luck.
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