I use dual X-Chocks on our rubber torsion suspension. I have rear stabilizers and the front landing gear. That's it. As mentioned in a previous post, I go out after an hour or so and give the rear stabilizers a little more as they do seem to loosen or settle after a bit.
Unless you carry stacking jacks, and place them along the frame to take all the weight off the wheels and good support under the frame, I don't think you will ever get ALL the movement out. I just walk around in the trailer after disconnecting, then put the rear stabilizers down. So much better, and accept it for what it is. A mobile cabin on wheels, not a basement.
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