In the midst of a frantic house move and intermittant communications I am trying to finalize the build sheet for a 17B with high clearance and most of the available options.
I had a high clearance option on my last trailer and longer stabilizers were part of that package.
Reading others' posts I began to suspect Escape used the stock stabilizers which weren't really ideal with the high clearance option. I asked ETI about getting longer stabilizers and was very disappointed to learn that
You will need blocks underneath to accommodate for the lift.
After they had cheerfully added sand pads (air pads?) to my build sheet.
It may sound trivial but this could be a deal breaker.
Other than dragging along and aligning spacer bits under the lifts or more creatively bolting extenders to them (and reducing clearance) does anyone know of, has discovered or has used a more elegant after market solutions to this problem?
Or is it really a problem and the stabilizers actually reach the ground with lots of extra capacity on all 4 corners?