One fix might be to add a pair of front crank-down jacks similar to what you have on the back. Take a peek at the frame where the rears bolt on, and see if the frame's the same up front. Take a measurement from the front frame to the ground when it's level in your driveway, and see if a standard 24" jack will work, or if you'll want a pair of 30" ones. Another way would be to get a pair of screw jacks, and put some cribbing under them, to get the height you need. Those are generally shorter than scissor jacks, so may not be a good fit for you.
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