How do you identify Power Gear motor parts?


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To identify Power Gear motor parts, consumers can use the identification guides available on the support page of the Lippert Components Inc. website. The Power Gear parts identification page features identification guides in PDF format. Guides and charts cover parts for slideout systems, door switches, leveling systems, step motors and jacks.

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LCI1.com's Power Gear support page includes a motor identification chart for slideout motor replacement part numbers and a gear identification chart with the numbers for replacing gears in slideout applications. There is a separate guide for door switch installation, while the step motor and IMGL linkage application guide covers gearbox, step motor and linkage replacement parts. Customers who own hydraulic pump systems with spring return jacks can download tip sheets to identify the appropriate hydraulic leveling fluid sensors and float switches. The jack identification chart helps customers select the proper jack leg, spring or seal kit replacement. Guides for Kwikee skid wheel and door hardware applications are also available.

Lippert Components entered the recreational vehicle components market in 2004, providing the RV industry with stabilization and leveling products, including slideout system accessories and electric stabilizer jacks. In 2007, the company began producing Coach Step motorized, weatherproof steps for motorhomes. Lippert acquired Power Gear and Kwikee in 2014.

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