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Old 04-09-2015, 09:31 PM   #11
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The trailer was designed to be towed with the weight on the axles. That is for towing. for long term storage or parking as you describe, invest in a set of jack stands for under the axles and get the tires off the ground by at least an inch. Cover the tires or wrap them in a UV protective cover. Also, for the winter, consider skirting the trailer. Use blocks and a thin plywood top on the stabilizers.
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Cinder blocks on their sides. Are you saying the open holes should be up (used like that in construction projects)?
Holes up like in foundation construction is good! The blocks on their side (horizontal holes) the blocks are very weak.
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