If by stabilize you mean minimize the movement in the rig when people move around IMHO it won't make any difference.
You can lock up the wheels in cement and the springs will still allow movement. We use the JT Strongarm stabilizers which help but do not eliminate movement. If the base is anything but concrete there will STILL be movement.
Just my $.03.
Perhaps I would be better off gettinga set of scissor jacks to place in front of axle to take some of the flex out of the springs?
No, they will minimize movement inside the trailer. Just like if you use one, you will notice a difference if you use 2. In fact it is a major difference with them. Believe me my wife hates it when the trailer moves. Yes it is correct they do not lock down the springs but stopping the tires from moving is a big step in stopping movement. To get it any better you would have to put blocks under the frame.
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