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RE: Hitch jack fully extended: Should I be nervous?

If it’s there for a while, lower the hitch on to a jack stand, crank up the jack and add more wood. Reverse to hook back up. Or put the front stab jacks down- on blocks. I have a farm jack that I would use to hold the tounge up and raise the jack to put more wood underneath.
bluie5 04/07/19 05:28pm Travel Trailers
RE: Hitch jack fully extended: Should I be nervous?

I would add more wood so less of the jack is out. When we had our TT I had to use 4 treated 6x6 inch post pieces that I stacked like a pyramid. I also put two pieces stacked under the front stabilizer jacks to add more stability.
bluie5 04/07/19 05:12pm Travel Trailers
RE: Pull Through or Back in sites? Which do you prefer.

If we’re just passing through and only spending one night we like the quick in and out of a pull through. If we’re going to be there awhile then we like the back in.
bluie5 03/14/19 06:01pm Travel Trailers
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