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Old 04-28-2011, 01:47 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Bilcin View Post
I am new to travel trailers. I bought a Wildwood 26tbss with 4 stabilizer jacks. I was told to lower the jacks till they hit the groung nd then stop. This does not level out the trailer, I was told by the dealer to put a small plastic or wooden plank under the wheels to level out the trailer. The dealer said if you try to raise the trailer I will damage the jacks. Is this the correct way to use the jacks?
Yes and it will not only damage the jacks but could wreck the trailer frame, as their name implies they are for stabilizing only.


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