Originally Posted by Ray102382
Was not aware of that, when I did my walk thru at pick up that's what they told me to use to level it. So good thing I'm on this forum learning! So once I back into a spot and its not level would I then stayed hitched to place leveling blocks under the wheels? Or whats the best process to properly level it?
This may be the reason your stablizers have not been working as well as they aren't meant to carry the load and the motors may be strained. This may correct itself or it may be worthwhile getting them replaced under warranty and then following the below procedure for leveling going forward.
Yes you would stay hooked up, back into the spot and get out your level.
If the side of your trailer with the slide is a half bubble high, I would stop right there and unhook.
If it isn't I would pull the trailer forward and put some blocks under the tires and then back up the trailer onto the blocks. Stop check the level again, if it looks good unhook the trailer.
The maximum times I have had to pull a trailer forward to put blocks under the tires is twice to get it level.
You will get the hang of it after a few times!