I'd thought of some kind of support to put under the sinkside wall before laying it down but haven't actually done anything yet. I was wondering if some kind of sturdy foam block, foam like is used in coolers maybe, would do the job. It would have to be trimmed to fit just right so that it doesn't end up lifting the wall slightly. There's not a lot of clearance under there when it's closed up so anything that pushes the walls up would have the walls and roof rubbing against each other. At least that's true on the Rockwood and Flagstaff brands. I've never had the chance to peek at an Aliner as it's folding down but it would have to be similar.
We have a trip to Alaska coming up this summer so I'll have a chance to see what 9,000 miles of various road surfaces does to the unit. They're pretty sturdy so I don't expect much of a problem.
Meanwhile, next time I unpack something surrounded by foam blocks I'll save them for repurposing.
Post some photos of your new Ranger, Craig. We love adoring each others' toys!
It's never too late to have a happy childhood!
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2011 Rockwood A128
2000 Silverado 1500 pickup
60W solar system
2000W inverter generator