Originally Posted by jablair
Since you indicate you already have stabilizers, i would suggest a good set of tire chocks. Ones that go between the wheels and expand against the treads.
Ditto! I made my own between the tires chocks. Get a length of 4x4, 2 lengths of 3/8" all-thread, 6- 3/8 nuts and flats. Saw the 4x4 into equalateral triangles to match the radius of your tires.Drill a 3/8 hole in each block, assemble everything so that only one block is movable. Now you have a $5 set of 2 wheel chocks that will stop the trailer from rocking.
After the tires reach ambient temperature they must be retightened because the tires resume their original diameter.
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