Originally Posted by f1100turbo
The trick is to add strong arms such as jt's or bal's.
Love my electric jacks.
, do you have to manually place those strong arms each time? If so, would using manual scissor jacks with a drill be just as quick (or quicker).
Reason I ask is that the wife does not like the wobble, and I can see the stabilizers moving. Many folks that I've talked to suggest to either dump the electric stabilizers altogether and replace with scissor jacks (bolted in place), or put a scissor jack on each side near the wheels (in addition to the electric).
I have scissor jacks I purchased, and from playing with them I think I could stabilize a trailer (using a cordless drill) as fast or faster than with electric. I'm going to try next weekend to use just those jacks and see how they compare to the electric.