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dougw
02-01-2010, 02:37 AM
So the wife and I were looking at the front of the new 3010 today from a distance and noticed that the trailers "left side" landing gear was not parallel to the right side. It is leaning "in" towards the center. They seem to work ok, should I be concerned?

Thanks
Doug

fljlcw
02-01-2010, 06:43 AM
Not A pro and without seeing it I would say yes because your stability could be at risk. when your inside moving around,0r especially in A big wind

Manke3010
02-01-2010, 02:23 PM
Perhaps take a picture and some measurements.
I just went out and measured the two distances that you can compare.

There are three parts to these landing gear legs. The fixed (black color) frame lip that comes down just a few inches from the bottom of the trailer.
The solid piece that scopes in and out of the fixed frame lip (for lack of better terms).
And the bottom legs (with feet) with holes that you raise and lower to touch the ground.

Distance between the inside of both black frame lips is 65 13/16".
Then, at the bottom of the legs (closest to the ground) I had the exact same measurement as above. So spacing is the same.
If I had to guess, give your statement, your bottom (ground) measurement should be a little less than your top measurement, right?