I have a Jayco travel trailer, 28' total length, no slides.
The trailer shakes a little bit when we move inside, during the day it is fine but bother us in during the night as the trailer shakes when my kids move in their beds. My kids sleep in the back of the trailer and I sleep in front of the trailer.
I brought the BAL Lock-Arm Stabilizers from Camping World, it came with two stabilizer bars.
Are those two enough to stabilize the trailer? If yes where should I put them?
1. Both in the same jack, where one bar will be on the side of the trailer and the other one in the back? This way I will have force against movements from both directions?
2. Different jacks. On the jacks in the back, one bar on the curb side and the other on the street side.
3. Other configuration?!
At Camping World they had two more options. One was the Universal RV Stabilizer, for ~$50. This one is not mounted on the trailer, I will need to setup every time. The sale guy told me it is better to have two of them, one in the back and one in the side at the front of the trailer. This will end up being $100.
The other option was the Eliminator Strut Stabilizer System. This come with 6 struts and the price was too high for me, $260.
The one I got was $70 and the sales guy told me two bars will be good enough, so, I got this one…