Originally Posted by MilCop4523
Remember the jacks I spoke of.
Here is the reason the trailer twisted...
The support block the trailer hauler set the trailer up on following a 3 day onslaught of rain rain and you guessed it MORE RAIN (Hurricane).
The hauler looked at me and said - their only a buck 25 (125 a piece) just go get some more.
Oh the 12 tonne jack and blocks under the jack are mine.
If ever you didn't want the blocks put to you that time was not it. The better half happened to be in the trailer when it hopped off the mega block and swung to the left.
Wait, Wait, Wait!!........Didn't the "hauler" chock the wheels BEFORE unhooking? Or chock them at all? If they were chocked on both sides, front and rear then the twisting couldn't have happened.
I should think that if the "hauler" didn't properly secure the TT then, he should be responsible for reimbursing you for the new jacks.