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Old 03-08-2015, 04:34 PM   #21
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If you are keeping it there, almost permanently, it makes no sense to lift it using the axles, most everyone complains about trailer bouncing, and this has a lot to do with the trailer sitting on springs or torsion axles.

Your best bet would be to buy 8 jack stands placing one on each corner and then one in front of and behind each axle to give you the greatest support.

I found these at Northern Tool for $22/pair, this would provide the support needed.

Torin Double-Locking Ratchet Action Jack Stands — 2-Ton Capacity, Model# T42002A | Jack Stands| Northern Tool + Equipment
Good point Flyrotor. I have 8 jack stands plus the 4 stabilizers and will consider this method.
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and put mouse traps around all the jack stands lol
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