Stabilizing at a Year-Round Spot
I have seen some comprehensive threads with opinions about stabilization. Many had the various aftermarket or home made cross brace type stabilizers. I was curious if anyone had suggestions on the best way to stabilize at a permanent spot? since I don't have to worry about "easy of deploy/take down", should I look at something different?
Also, I opted not to get the 6 point auto-level since I will level once and forget it. However, I talked to someone who has it and said his 5'er is quite stable with it. I hesitate a bit due to price ($2900 MSRP), as well as the extra hydraulics that I would rather not maintain. I assume I will periodically have to "relevel" as the hydraulics move or ground settles. One reason I would contemplate getting it would be resale value as it seems like a godsend for anyone going on weekend campouts.
So, what are your thoughts? just a bunch of screw jacks? Concrete blocks? Slideout stabilizers? Etc?
BTW: My camper is on order and I don't think has started to be built yet so I could modify the order if needed. Its a 381RBOK.
TT: 2012 Grey Wolf 25MB
Other Ride: 2006 Harley Ultra Classic