Originally Posted by Silvercamper
Is it normal to feel the vibration of footsteps or any other movement in our trailer once everything is set up at a campsite? This can be very annoying especially when we have retired for the night and the kids are still active at the other end.
The Safari 28 is our second trailer and we can't remember this problem in our Trailmanor.
Any comments or suggestions? Thank you.
Sharon and Winston
I don't remember my prior 2 trailers (not Airstreams) shaking as much as my Airstream does. Of course, the floor in those trailers didn't squeek and groan like my Airstream does either. I don't have kids bouncing around, just my wife walking anyplace in the trailer is practically unbearable. I have corner power stabilizer jacks, and a BAL lock and chocks on the wheels - all to no avail.
I suppose anytime you have an RV sitting on rubber tires there will be some vibrations; however, based on my experiences with other trailers, I don't think the vibrations in my Airstream are within what one would call "normal". -- To get a fair assessment though, you'll have to be more descriptive about what you mean by "the kids are still active".