Originally Posted by jbhodj
Any suggestions on scissor jacks and can add
There are several styles of height and holding capacity. Your choice of what will work better.
The main reason(s) that I went with the 'Sav-A-Jack' in the front area (right behind the 'stabilizer') was that my side skirts go way down and the scissor jacks, when in the up position would hit them and the propane line runs alone the door side frame beam and I did not want the jack to touch the gas line. The 'Sav-A-Jack' bracket that is attached to the scissor jack is 'offset' and works great.
After a year, I bolted a set of scissor jacks on the rear of the camper. A lot more stable. But not needed as much in the back as in the front. With the tilt that you have on the drive way and if you are thinking of putting scissor jacks on the back, make them removable or be very aware of the possibility of dragging them off or bending them. I did not like to think of all of that weight on the tongue jack in the front and the scissor jacks help relieve some of that weight.