Originally Posted by Vern
I'll be interested to hear what you learn. Be sure to report back on that. Thanks.
Here is the email I sent;
I have a question for you. I have been working on getting some of the movement out of the trailer when set up. I know with the weight on the wheels that I probably can't get it all out, but I think I can get more movement out. I use the factory installed stabilizer jacks and BAL X-chocks between the tires. These two take out front to back movement and lateral side to side movement. However with the two sides extended on one side of the trailer there is still some side to side rocking, boat like, movement.
Is it OK, under the warranty and/or Forest Rivers recommendations to use slide out supports?
I think this would eliminate most of the rocking motion, but at the same time I don't want to void the warranty or damage my new camper.
Just got this reply email today;
The light weights do move more and what you are doing is exactly what I was going to suggest with the BAL X-Chocks.
The slide out floor is made out of 1” plywood, so adding support to the slide out floors are not a problem.
Flagstaff / Rockwood Warranty
Division of Forest River Inc.