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NTP-STAG Adds Equalizer Systems


NTP-STAG has added Equalizer Systems, a manufacturer of lifting and leveling systems, to its jacks and levels category. Formed in 1990, Equalizer Systems is a division of Days Corp., a century-old family business with dealings in manufacturing, warehousing, distribution, and export packing. Equalizer Systems serves the RV, trailer, and specialty vehicle markets with hydraulic and electric lifting, leveling, and slide room solutions.

The company’s 100,000-square-foot facility in Elkhart, Ind., employs state-of-the-art technology, quality-sourced materials, and thoughtful engineering during the design and construction phases of all components, according to the company. Products are backed by warranties and 24/7 tech support.

The company’s EQ Smart-Level allows users to level their coach automatically through a simple Bluetooth-enabled smartphone app and/or an in-cabin mounted control unit. The product builds upon the company’s Auto-Level system, which uses four two-way hydraulic cylinders to automatically extend and retract each leg independently during a patented sequential leveling process.

Equalizer Systems also offers a stabilizing system designed to eliminate leaning and swaying caused by extended slide rooms. Using a clamp-style mount, the STABI-LITE requires no welding or drilling to install and employs a one-touch operation. 

More recently, RV SnapPad and Equalizer released a new 8-inch square EQ SnapPad for horse and motorsport trailers. The EQ SnapPad prevents slipping and sinking, protecting both jack pads and the ground from any damage.

“Equalizer Systems is dedicated to providing our customers with quality products at affordable prices,” the company stated in a press release. “We are committed to offering our business partners the service and support of a small company with the resources of a large corporation.”

“We are proud to partner with Equalizer Leveling Systems and excited to now offer their industry leading product line to our network of dealers,” said Mark Willes, category manager at NTP-STAG. “This is a perfect solution for our dealers who are looking to grow their aftermarket and service revenue all while improving the RV experience for their customers.”

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