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Yes, the stabilizer jacks are just that - "Stabilizer Jacks", they are not meant to hold the weight of the trailer, only to keep it from rocking once you have already leveled it with blocks under the tires and by using the tongue jack.
When you use them, you can snug them up pretty good but do not let them take all the weight off of the tongue jack (the tongue jack is designed to hold the weight of the trailer).
I flattened a pair once when my tongue jack slipped off it's block when getting the trailer set up in the sand dunes
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Last edited by GregsSD; 05-28-2013 at 02:37 PM.