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I would continue with Anderson and add a LevelMatePRO Bluetooth wireless level sensor or similar. That reduces the in and out and makes getting level easier. Of course over 4" of level is still an issue, but jacking the entire trailer off the ground is probably not good either.Honestly most parks I have seen out west where I live 4" of lift is plenty adequate that the Anderson provides.
I did see this warning on my current Stabilizers when I was under there checking them out. "Do not use jacks to lift tires off ground". I'm not saying others are wrong, just that this is what mine say.
2021 [email protected] 320 Boondock "Mattie Ross" | 2021 [email protected] Nights: 28 | Total nights in a [email protected] 239 | 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk | [email protected] owner since 2014
$2.95 at Home Depot...just sayin...
....I like the K.I.S.S. principal
Pulling a [email protected] 400 bdl and we use the Levelmate Pro and the Anderson level system. I also started using an Iphone app "Bubble Level". When I think everything is level, I open my camper door and set my iphone on the door sill with the app open. If I'm level, I hear a beep. I then go to the front and hold the phone just under the front window. Now, I'm sure there is an error level, but thus far the Levelmate and the app have been consistent. To be honest, I got the app because my wife always questions the Levelmate with her "calibrated eye" and the app just reinforces the accuracy of the Levelmate and I get to say "I told you so".