Originally Posted by Harveyfamily
We have a WW X-Lite FS 195BH...Also, we are finding out real quick that this trailer is too small for our family of 4...
...Also is there a way to install stabilizer jacks on the front? We noticed how easily the trailer shakes up near the bed due to not having stabilizers there.
I also have a WW x-Lite 195BH and a family of four. Yes, it is very "cozy" especially on rainy days but we manage because weíre building memories.
We opted for the window AC and find it works fine for us here in New England. I imaging it would not do too well in the hotter areas of the country.
Like you, we also had shaking issues with only the two installed stabilizer jacks. I have improved the steadiness of our trailer buy using a good set of large rubber chocks on one tire (I bought them at Harbor Freight with the 20% off coupon), a BAL single tire locking chock on the other tire (purchased through Amazon), and a set of four aluminum, stacking stabilizer jacks (purchased through an on-line RV store Ė sorry I forget which one). Using these products as well as the two installed jacks, the trailer hardly moves. Set up time and packing up time does take a little longer and you need to make sure you have blocks for the jacks especially if you boondock (found that out the hard way) but the improved stability is worth the time.
If you look close in the photo of our trailer that Iíve attached, you can see the aluminum jacks. Since you canít see the BAL locking chock, Iíve also included a photo of it around the spare so you can have a visual. Sorry the photo is upside down. It was fine on my laptop when I uploaded it. Guess the digital gremlins want to make this challenging.