Firstly, apologies to Anne H. on the thread hijacking.
A cord of wood is 128 cubic feet, bushel is 1.2417 cubic feet.....just sayin'
I carry ten 2x6x10" treated boards, nicely beveled on the ends. This comes out to just under 1/2 cubic foot. I have lots of room to store, and it only takes less than a minute to set them up.
I would get a set of the Lego blocks if they weren't so stupidly expensive and an absolutely god awful colour.
We boondock most of the time, and you need the full area of one of these blocks most often on the base of the stabilizer or jack would sink into the ground.
I do wish the arms of the stabilizers were a bit longer, especially with the lift axles, though in hind sight I would not have gotten the lift axles. I have driven on some very rough trails and have never come close to having an issue.
I am interested to hear from Reace if the jacks lifting the trailer off the ground would be a concern as far as stress on the frame. Right now I would be a bit cautious, not really wanting to lift too much.
On a side note, my fridge quit recently on electric. Reace figures it is the electric thermostat, but I am just going to go to a local shop to have them check it out and fix it.