Originally Posted by Calgary5ver
It's not the Jacks you have to worry about. They are more than strong enough. It's the fact that you can bend the Frame of your Trailer..
Many years ago before weight and fuel prices were a big concern, trailer frames were made of heavy channel or in some cases light I-beam. With construction like that you could practically change tires with your stabilizer jacks. Nowdays most trailer frames are roll formed or stamped heavy gauge sheet metal and do not have the strength of a channel frame. The stabilizers are only meant to keep the trailer from rocking.
Level the trailer side to side by pulling the wheels up on blocks or whatever commercially available device of your choosing. Chock to keep the TT from rolling. Unhook from TV. Level front to back with tongue jack. Deploy stabilizers until snug. Job complete.
2006 23B Hybrid with 10k round bar WDH
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