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Old 12-10-2015, 01:21 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by dcheatwood View Post
Tried several things on my rockwood fiver. Got the most result from xchocks.

X-chocks all the way. Also, noticed a difference how the trailer was loaded can change the amount of bounce. I lightened our trailer by removing some the non needed weight we were taking on each trip. Kids have a way of bringing stuff that should just be left home. I also removed some stuff I kept in the unit as spare or contingency junk....There will always be some bounce unless you make it a non-movable trailer.


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Old 12-12-2015, 06:53 PM   #32
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On these light trailers you will generally have some so movement. But I totally agree with the X-Chocks I al so use a couple medium sized bottle jacks and put them between the wheels. A lot of the bounce you feel is actually from the radial tires. I also recommend some flagging tape that you can to to you X-Chocks that will connect o the jacks to remind you to take them out before you pull away. Not likely to hurt any thing but it sucks to leave them behind. I have found a few in camp grounds.

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