Originally Posted by Scoutr2
Not sure why people do this. It just raises the center of gravity and the trailer catches more wind. Can someone explain the advantages?
The main reason I would like to do this is the fact that the trailer is just too low. I have to back it into a sloped driveway and it drags when I do. Also,
the plumbing is very low as well. In fact, at one RV park we go to, the receptacle for the hose end is higher than my dump hookup. Also, I intend to do some boondocking and just need more underside clearance.