Originally Posted by PegKen
. Also how to level it out since the area it's in slants a bit downhill.
Others I read who have had this problem say they use a jack stand on the front rather than the regular tongue jack or build up a wooden base to go under the tongue jack. If it were steep enough, some combination of both might be needed.
One guy (OzandUs) with a very steep driveway covered deck boards with non-slip rubber mat and secured chocks to board. When he parked in his drive, he would put them in front of the tires then roll onto the board until the camper hit the chocks. No more worry about a chock slipping.
No personal experience with either of these.