I wasn't sure whether to start a new thread about this or not. I did some searching here about my problem and found several threads discussing stabilizing, but I'm still confused, so here goes.
We are currently trying to decide how to stop all the bouncing in our Rockwood 8312SS. We took it out for the first time over Mother's Day weekend and definitely had everything level and the electric stabs down after leveling, but the trailer (34') bounced around a lot whenever anybody entered/exited or walked around. It seemed to get worse as the weekend went on (or maybe I was just noticing it more), but it didn't really bother me that much during the actual time in the trailer--it was after we got back home that I noticed I still had that "bouncing" effect going on in my head--kind of the same sensation I get after a cruise.
I was wondering if anyone with a similar travel trailer can share their recommendation. So far, I've researched King Pin, JT Strong Arm, and BAL stabilizers. I see lots of people have made their own, and I know my husband would be very good at creating something, but he really doesn't have the time right now.
I know there will be some inherent movement, but I wouldn't want to spend another several days in the trailer until we do something to stabilize it more.
We were kind of leaning towards the JT's, but I'm having a hard time finding them. CW is out of stock online and in the store here locally. Still open to other ideas if anybody with a similar TT has any recommendations--or if you know of a reputable online retailer to get the JT Strong Arms.
BTW, we don't have anything (like X-Chocks) between the tires yet, either. We are true newbies
Thanks for any help.