Darrell - so you put the 6X6 blocks of wood on the ground and install the jack on top of the wood? So the top of the jack is bare until it meets the frame of the trailer, right?
Yes, I bolted the jacks to the wood blocks with lag bolts. Then, I raise the jack until the top of it squarely hits the frame. I did have to re-route slightly one of the rubber gas lines. I was going to mount the jacks to the frame like the other 4, but those self-taping screws were impossible and to pre-drill the frame wasn't easy either! Those frames are HARD. Plus, I found some plastic pipes in the frame rail even after the manufacturer told me there was nothing in there to worry about. SO I went to plan B detailed above and it has worked fine.
We have had 2 Travel Trailers and this has been a big problem with each. I tried the X-Chocks, used them properly, and they did absolutely NO good. They only thing that has worked is I bought 4 of the stabilizer jacks like they have on the corners of the trailer, mounted them on 6"x6" blocks of wood and I use them in front and in back of each wheel on the frame (weight of 6x6 holds jack firmly on ground)to lift the trailer up enough to take weight off springs. I called manufacturer Rep and he said this was fine. Bottom line result, trailer is rock solid with no rocking or bounce what so ever.
We are into our 2nd season and 8th trip in our 2012 Everlite 32MKS and absolutely love it. The construction is solid and I think the composite material will lead to long term durability that is beyond comparison. If I had to be picky, I would say that the cushions and fabric in the seats and sofa could be of higher quality and they do not use a traditional TV antenna. The one they use is an omni-directional (which if you are an engineer you know that it has NO GAIN)is absolutely useless unless you are parked next to the TV transmitter.
Having owned a Passport, I would say this Everlite is in a different league.
This is something someone told me and I didn't listen.(regrettably) Get the largest thing your tow vehicle will handle. I know folks don't spend a lot time in their trailers, but for those rainy days and restless nights, size matters.