Originally Posted by CWSWine
I also don't like the wheels off the ground and if they are I will move to another site or at last resort use the old drive up on block method to get closer before push the "Auto Level" button. At the dealer they used "Auto Level" to lift the trailer then put jack stands under it to do wheel bearing packs.
I don't have the auto level system so this may not be possible. My fifth wheel has the old-fashioned front jacks only. It after leveling my wheels are off the ground I take a quick measurement and then raise them up in the air another inch. I then put blocks underneath both tires and lower the trailer back down. This way my trailer is leveled and the wheels are blocked.
Seems to me this is easier than trying to find another site and moving and doing everything all over again.
I can hear the comments now. You're going to use your front checks to raise your trailer up in the air like that? Yes, I did it to take the trailer off the fifth wheel hitch didn't I? I don't see where it can hurt anything.