Originally Posted by lukenick1
Thank you for the great advice everyone! I think I can get used to it and it will be easier. Now if only I can get the camper to stop shaking around. Lol. My boys are like fish out of water and the rocking makes me so annoyed.
Good luck!!! Lol
Make sure you use regular wheel chocks before unhooking, but als try adding a set of x-chocks which help prevent some tire "roll". Depending on how long your trailer is, maybe an extra set of scissor jacks in the middle of the trailer. Do you have the scissor jacks or just the lighter duty stabilizer jacks?
After leveling, when chocking the wheels, I set one on each side, pull forward (or back up depending on what is better in relation to the board edges) into the chocks, then set the second one on each side. The trailer then "settles" into the chocks, being fairly snug. Usually I need to do the same to remove the chocks. I set the e-brake while the second set of chocks are being placed or removed to prevent any injuries.