We use X-chocks on both sides, and "lego" thingies under the stab jacks. We do feel a little motion, but we pretend it's a cruise ship. We like the extra height for when we're on rough/rocky roads, which we are when we dry camp.
We are new to this forum and this is our first post. We recently purchased a 2015 Jayco Whitehawk 24RKS. It sits up a little higher than most travel trailers and we get a little nervous every when staying in it. I have two large blocks of wood to stabilize the electric jack when fully extended. Is there a better way to stabilize and secure the an this. Thank you for your assistance.
Thank you for all the responses. I will try the X-chicks but have to look up the correct model number since my wheels/tires are farther apart from me sit travel trailers. Again thank you, this is an awesome forum.