We recently saw this in a Colorado camp ground. What practical reason would inspire someone to put their stabilizer jacks on jack stands? I can think of any reason to do so and several reasons not to.
Everything on the trailer was almost perfectly clean and it took them a couple hours to set up. My guess this was their first trip. We all had our first trip, I'm not knocking them for that, but the stabilizers look like an accident waiting to happen. Some common sense would help.I'm going to guess from the shiny equalizer hitch bolts and super clean leveling blocks that it's a first or second trip out.
I'm going to start calling wood "all-natural cellulose" from now on! The looks I'll get is worth itI use the all-natural cellulose foam variety (wood).
Good plan, it keeps the jacks in their strongest range and helps hold the trailer still.The goal for me was to keep the jacks from being extended much further than half way.