Originally Posted by Stistie
We are new to travel trailers and we just picked up our new x17z. We've had it in the driveway and have slept in it overnight, my question is, is there anything you can do so the trailer is not shaky? Anytime someone rolls over on the bunk end the other side feels it. Same thing with walking around. It's extremely shaky!!! Thanks!
There are several things that you can do.
Does it have front or rear stabilizers? Be sure to crank those down and put an extra turn on the crank to be sure you have pressure against the ground.
If the stabilizers are nearly fully extended (it is a long way to the ground) you might want to put blocks under them. The more they are extended, the more shaking you may get.
If you don't have stabilizers, you might want to get a set of four of these jacks. They are aluminum, so are lightweight, but work well. Put one under each corner of your frame.
I believe your TT has only one axle, or else I'd recommend some Bal-x-chocks, but those only work with dual axle trailers.
Then there is always a plethora of after-market gizmos that are out there to help minimize shaking.
Lippert jack stabilizer Amazon.com: Lippert 191025 JT's Strong Arm Travel Trailer Stabilizer Kit: Automotive
You don't need all of these. Just try the cheapest one and see if it helps. And good luck and I hope you can get a good night's sleep.