Stabilizer Jacks vs Stack Jacks vs Scissor Jacks
All, I just bought a used 2004 Flagstaff 174 LTD, and it's only got the BAL 23025 stabilizer jacks on the back. I want to add two more stabilizers up front to keep this thing from wobbling so much when we walk around in it, and to help out when we camp in uneven areas (for leveling purposes). I looked into putting two more of the BAL's on the front, but I'd have to weld in a piece of angle iron to mount them to, and I'm no welder. Therefore I'm now looking into something "easier", like stack jacks or scissor jacks. However, I'm confused as to how these stack jacks stay in place since they don't actually attach to the frame (gravity, I'm assuming). I think I could purchase mountable scissor jacks that would just need one piece of frame to mount to, versus how the BAL stabilizer jacks require two pieces of frame (and therefore the angle iron).
Any help or suggestions would be appreciated, as I'm headed to a very unlevel campground this weekend, according to reviews. Thanks!!!