Originally Posted by iawolfpack6
... the electric stabilizers are not nearly as solid as traditional scissor jacks.
True. However, I discovered that by using the manual crank, you can get more torque on the leg screws.
Lower the stabs until the motor stars to complain (before the fuse blows, in other words). Get the manual crank and go to the street side, attach the crank and put the finishing touches to the stabs. The manual says they hold 3,000 lbs., so don't fret. I put another complete turn.