For front to back movement, the x-chocks really help a lot. But we do still have some side to side movement. The stabilizers are designed to help with that but we are all told not to crank them down too hard for fear of bending the trailer's frame and making things askew. That makes the door hard to open.
Honestly I have not found that happy medium where they are tight enough to limit side to side rocking without starting to lift the trailer. DaGrinch uses these and has found that they made a big difference.
Some have also added a flip down step stabilizer which will keep the trailer from rocking when you go up and down the steps. I may add that first and see how much it helps.
Keep the questions coming!
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