A lot probably depends on what types of slopes you might be dealing with at a campsite as well. If the slope is lower towards the front of the TT, and you take off your bars, the pivot point at your hitch might be so low that: A) your hitch may bottom out or B) you won't be able to get a block under your tongue jack. Before I put air bags on my truck, I had to use the WD just to move my TT from one side of the driveway to the other because the slope of my Driveway compared to the street was just enough that my hitch would drag at the bottom of the driveway once the rear tires of my truck were in the street. Even with the airbags, I can only get a 2x4 under the jack if I don't use the bars.
2016 Grey Wolf 26DBH following a 2014 RAM 1500 Outdoorsman
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(2014) Nights Camped - 16 in 6 trips (2015) Nights Camped - 20 in 6 trips
(2016) Nights Camped - 21 in 7 trips
(2017) at least 23 Nights Planned in at least 6 trips!