So of course AFTER buying our Carfree I noticed a bit of a lean to one side.
I noticed some fiberglass
damage right above the driver's side "V" of the front of the trailer (before the tongue) where it runs under the trailer. Well the plywood floor has 2x4 blocks bolted in place between metal tabs (that the bolts go through) on the trailer frame and the underside of the plywood floor - except in one spot near the front on the driver's side. That of course is the side with the heavy (when full) grey and black tanks!
My concern is how to jack up the fiberglass
and plywood that makes up the "shell" from the trailer frame without breaking any fiberglass
or putting too much load on it or the plywood?
My initial thoughts are multiple jacks each with a block of wood between the jacks and the underside of the shell to spread the weight
along the length of these blocks of wood. Of course some select locations that are 1) close enough to where I need to block and 2) not in a place likely to fail under load. I just need 2 inches of movement and I can whack a new block in place.
Figured I'd check and see how others would or have handled this sort of thing in case there is a better way!.
Thanks in advance