I'm wondering whether it is important for the two landing gear legs to contact the ground at exactly the same height or if the difference in contact height (max 1"?) could cause a problem. Our usual method for engaging the landing gear is to pull both pins, let both feet rest on the ground/blocks, then raise the gear until first one, then the other landing gear leg locking pin locks into place.
When on uneven ground, do you place a spacer under the 'shorter' landing gear leg to take up the gap or just lift the trailer until the shorter leg locks in?
I'm asking mainly to determine if purchasing an adjustable landing leg foot (LANDING LEG FOOT
) is worth the $$.
Thanks for any input.