Originally Posted by MuddauberE
Maybe I need to crank the stabilizers a little higher. How do you know if its too high other than the tires are off the ground?
Generally, you don't want to lift the camper by the stabilizers at all. It can twist the frame and you'll know because doors can get hard to open/close.
You want them snug. I would hit ground and then give my pop-up camper's stabilizers a little push and leave it at that. Same idea with stabilizers on bigger campers.
To get the movement out- you really need between the wheel chocks and you need to add triangulating stabilizers mounted to your stabilizers. Then, depending on if you still have movement- extra stabilizer jacks near the axles are supposed to help (my 42' fifth wheel still moves a good bit after both of the above).