Originally Posted by KenNTennessee
I have found the following sequence works for me. I level side to side by pulling or backing onto leveling blocks as needed, try to get it as close to perfect as possible. Then I install my 'X' chocks, unhook and level front to back using the power tongue jack. For me it works best to keep the front just slightly high. Then I put down the electric stabilizers onto jack pads, rear first raising the rear just enough to make it perfectly level front to back. This takes a tiny amount of weight off the springs, making for a more solid feel when walking in the trailer. Then I put down the front stabilizers just to where they are solidly in contact with the jack pads on the ground, gravel or pad. Then I put the slide out.
Although the electric stabilizers do absolutely nothing to help with side to side leveling, they do give the unit a solid footing and prevent any movement when the slide is extended. Using this procedure, I've never had the trailer go off level.
report back, we got in somewhat of a hurry, mother nature call so the slide how to go out now if you know what i mean, trailer was level and within a few hours out a level on slide side, trying to decide if to live with noticeable tilt for 2 more nights or hook back up and pull over a couple of blocks.