Originally Posted by strat56
Don't know if it's the same height as the one you're looking at or not but I have Windjammer 3008W and it drags backing into my drive way if I back straight in. If I angle it its ok.
In my case the rear stabilizer jack on the driver's side drags. They hang down about 9" below the frame. I'm looking at getting casters for it but I need to take it out and back in the driveway to determine the right height on the casters. I don't want to put casters hanging down 9" off the back of my frame. I don't think my trailer is an ultralight and the frame on mine if pretty heavy duty.
If the axles were a couple feet closer to th rear of the trailer, it probably wouldn't drag, so that's something to take into account also. It drags because the back end of the trailer is fully over the slope in my driveway before the trailer wheels have hit the driveway and started up the slope. I've been told that have wheel base shorter on the trailer makes it easier to maneuver in tight spaces. Don't know.
I'm almost certain a windjammer has a fabricated tin I beam frame.
It'll be about 6 or 8 inches tall.
Ask your self if you'd jack your camper from the rear bumper?
I have to put boards under my tires when I pull my camper in and out of the shed.
I have a "real" 11" I beam and I'd still not put casters under my camper .
Do what you want, it's only my opinion just be watching for doors not shutting or opening in your camper.
Also to the op.
This certainly may void your frame warranty if you do so.
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