5er landing gear question
We recently traded our Heritage Glen TT for a 2016 Chapparal 360IBL FW. My question is in regards to lowering the landing gear. If I am extending the legs, do I need to make on leg longer than the other when setting up on uneven ground or do I just extend them out the same number of holes with the spring pins and then hit the button to extend them to the ground and level the trailer from front to back? I'm concerned about twisting the frame if I do this wrong. There were a couple of campgrounds where we stayed last year that were sloped side to side, making one side of our trailer higher off the ground than the other when leveled. Never a concern with the TT, but wondering if it would be with landing gear instead of a tongue jack. I looked for a thread regarding this question but couldnt find any.
Jim and Danna
2014 Kodiak Brown Ford Super Duty King Ranch
with 6.7L Diesel
2016 Coachmen Chaparral 360IBL