Originally Posted by macjet
snip..... Being that it will sit for an extended time should I install the jacks and get the wheels off the ground?
I wouldn't recommend it, most RV frames really aren't designed for this kind set-up...., best that the weight remain distributed on the axles and tongue jack.
If your 29N isn't going to be parked on a solid surface (concrete, etc.), I would put a piece of wood under the stabilizer jacks for distributed support over gravel, dirt, etc., and once month check that they remain "snug".
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