Originally Posted by 33 RLDS
I don't think I have owned a cordless drill (non impact) in the last 25 years that didn't have a LOW setting for lower speed/ higher torque. Why not use that? I still use the hand crank though. Its the only exercise I get. Hahahaha
On my old TT the stabilizers were so stiff you had to use an impact wrench to get them up or down, turning them by hand crank was a serious chore and a drill would have just stopped and hummed till it burned up.
The Wife insisted that the new trailer have power stabilizers so she can setup/take down the trailer herself if need be (since I broke my arm while camping last year and she had to strike the campsite herself).
And with the LCI remote it's even easier. Problem solved.