Originally Posted by KendraATL
- ground clearance issues w/ the diamond jacks (especially when boondocking in rustic areas)
Ripping off the back jacks driving over uneven terrain is always a concern. About all you can do is take it very slow and keep an eye out for special hazards. From looking at them, I suspect the jack will rip away before the camper is damaged. If it becomes a problem, then a non-attached scissor jack can be used.
One thing about the 12 foot AFrames at any rate, it the placement of the axle results in a heavy tongue. There are times I don't bother with the jacks at all. The camper is are not going to tip. It's not like popups with the weight on the rear bed levering way out the back. So the jacks are mostly for comfort and as a solo camper, a bit of bed movement when I roll over at night doesn't bother me.