Originally Posted by wneise
Unless you level the trailer and then take out 1000+ pounds of goodies to take weight off the frame, the suspension will not be a problem. With stabilizers down (taking a little load), the springs cannot compress when weight moves around the trailer so they don't bounce back...
The suspension itself may not move, but the tires sure will and do. The stab jacks are at the ends of the frame and nothing is in between but the suspension & tires. Putting jacks in front of the front tires and jacking on the suspension framework will stop the bounce from the tires. This is from experience.
Put all the stabilizers down and then have someone bounce up and down and watch the tires or feel them flex.