I'm an extreme novice to RV ownership (less than a few months) and the time has come to re-level my 2011 Flagstaff 26FKSS Travel Trailer. Some soft ground has caused the slide-out side to sink a little bit and I think I just need to put a 2x6 under the wheels on that side.
This may be a dumb question, but is it "acceptable" to simply retract the slide-out and jack up that side (as if I'm changing the tires) so I can slide the board underneath the wheels? If so, where do I place the jack? My guess is that I'll have to hitch it up and maneuver it, but I had the trailer delivered to my site and I've never even hitched it to my truck before and I'm afraid I'll put the whole thing out of whack because of my inexperience in pulling forward and backing up with it. I know I have to bite the bullet and do it sooner or later, but for now, due to somewhat of a time crunch, I'm wondering if just jacking it up is safe.
This has been quite an experience and it seems like I learn something new about the trailer (and myself) each time I spend time in it (which has only been three weekends total). But, there looks like a lot of good information on this forum and I hope my first post will be met with some good advice.