Originally Posted by TRNewsom
That makes sense, about them dragging. So are they that much sturdier than the "old" type?
Coming from a DP motor home to the fifth wheel, they are certainly not as stable (as far as movement from inside). I have no other towable experience to judge it on. I will say that we do not add any other stabilizers and can live with what movement is there. Most of it is generated from the rear bunk house with the kids goofing off. Normal walking through the RV doesn't generate any noticeable movement.
Auto level and an outside kitchen were my only two requirements when we moved to a towable. After several trips, I am very happy I decided to stick to those. The auto level rivals the DP we had in terms of setup time. Simply unhook the truck from the Andersen, and press a button. Love it.