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Old 04-23-2014, 12:43 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by Windjammin View Post
I have a 3008W Windjammer and it moved around quite a bit. What I do is put X-Chocks between the tires on both sides. Keeps the trailer from moving front to back. Also got 2 scissor jacks to put under the axle frame, again one on each side. This stops the trailer from bouncing on the tires while parked. These things seem to help quite a bit.

Hello, new to the forum! Mainly just a lurker, but learning a TON...finally found a good reason to throw down my first post/comment!

You mentioned the scissor jacks under your axle frame. I have a 3006W and have acquired two scissor jacks for that very same reason. Did you permanently mount them or do you just slide them in place once you arrive at your destination? If you've permanently mounted them (which is what I'd prefer to do), pics and a description would be awesome (and appreciated)... Thanks!

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Old 05-11-2014, 08:47 PM   #12
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RIP thanks for sharing the pics; I'm going to add the stabilizer jacks on the front and rear to help cut down on the bounce. I put the slides out and then level my trailer out using the drive on blocks.

One other thing we noticed is condensation from the front window behind the couch is leaking down onto our counter and created a bubble in the shelf. Anyone else had any issues with the front windows leaking?

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