Originally Posted by Texas Vet 2011
Have you considered adjusting your load leveler so the tongue sits lower... thus raising the rear of the trailer until you are in or out of your driveway? Not sure how much clearance you need as not to drag the stabilizer jacks. Also you don't want to drag the receiver. Just don't exceed your recommended tongue weight of your hitch/receiver. Once you are on the level re-adjust your load levelers... Its a work around if you are uncomfortable moving the jacks.
I did install the save the jack solution and it definitely got me the clearance I needed, but If I get the angle wrong, which has happened once so far, in addition, I did use the trick of moving the WD bar chains down two links and that worked to keep the bike rack and hitch from hitting the driveway. Great tip.