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Discussion in 'Stabilizing Your Camper' started by MyName, Apr 8, 2018.
Wow that's an intelligent reply.
A level trailer on flat earth is much more important than whether your stabilizers are down or not.
To keep this discussion going...Why does it have to be flat earth?
I don't think permanent damage to the frame is the issue, it's more about the racking of the frame during setup. As Raycfe pointed out, some people think the stabilizers are to be used as jacks. Jacking up a corner (by over stabilizing) and then raising the roof could cause the frame to flex enough that the door doesn't fit. As BelchFire said, Fleetwood/Coleman wants the trailer to be level and not stabilized when raising the roof to avoid undue stress on the lift system. Since other manufacturers use other lift systems, the setups probably won't be the same. Using the method in the Owner's Manual is the proper method.