Originally Posted by Liberia
I'm using our 1973 Sovereign
as a guest bedroom/bathroom over the Christmas holidays. (I'll do the necessary winterizing for that period.)
The area where I am putting it is a little low for the sewage to flow into our septic system so I need to put it up on blocks to gain some height. Where are the best/safest points to support the trailer?
If there's a thread on here already please point me to it and I'll quietly fade away...
You'll want to support the trailer at the regular place - the axle mounting plates and the front jack. How high are you lifting the trailer? Remember, you'll want to use the stabilizers as well. If you're really lifting it, I'd use 4x4 or 4x6 blocking to keep things stable. If you can borrow a pair of house lifting screw jacks, that would work well also, since they have a nice large base. Hydraulic jacks, of course, are only for lifting, they won't suspend a load for any length of time.