Originally Posted by Mark and Linda
A few camping trips ago I was parked on a blacktop surface. I checked for everything being level...fore and aft was good. The back was good...so I thought okay. I didn't need that much on the right front maybe a 1/2 inch or so. I cranked the stab just a little...when I got home I went and got me a piece of decking to use the next time and cut an angle on it. I was thinking, dangerous sometimes, I am going to get me a piece of chalk to use to mark where my wheels need to be so I can put my board down. Most of the time I do this by myself. I do have a bag of lynch levellers. I also have some 2x6 boards that I use under my stabilizers when parking on dirt or gravel. I have some real nice painted boards that I use when camping in a respectable area.
Another thing to do is if you need a board under tires .
Before you move trailer to put blocking down slide the board next to tires then pull trailer ahead and slide board into tire path then put a chock at the end of the board.
Then when u back up board is in place an chock will let you know when to stop.
Try it once.