I don't have the best situation for parking our camper. I graded an leveled from right to left then covered in 57 rock the space next to our driveway to park the camper. As you can see in the pic our land is sloped an there isn't a lot I can do to fix that so when the camper is level the rear is close to the ground an the toung is "around" 36-40" in the air.
The camper is stable to walk around in but I haven't wanted to open the slide for fear of how high the tongue is. Then I wondered. What if I bought 3 or 4 screw jacks an placed them on concrete pads like a square sidewalk stepping stone an ran them up to the frame on the side of the slide.
I didn't know if that would help anything other than my confidence in putting out the slide or if they would actually stabilize the trailer and keep it from putting unwanted extra weight on the front stabilzer. For what ever reason I keep seeing camper tipping over into the trees.
I'd like to be able to open the slide to clean it, inspect it, maintenace it, clean the floor inside etc. at home rather than after we get to the camp site