How do you lift your camper if it has the factory kit built in?
I have a 2019 2306BHS. It did not come with the off-road package, so it has the lowest lift level. This would not be an issue for me except that the sewer pipe is so low. I have not banged it on anything that I know of, but at many campsites, the sewer hookup is higher than the sewer pipe! Also, if I camp with no hookups, my honey wagon for greywater is higher than the pipe, and I have to do the slinky dance to get it to go in well. So, When I look at the axels, it does have the ability to be raised and includes the angle support brackets. I just need to be able to unbolt the axel and move it to a different hole. I was thinking about getting two floor jacks, one on each side of the trailer, and chucking the tires. Unbolting the axels, and slowly raising the two jacks with the tongue jack until the axels are aligned with the proper bolt hole.
I asked my dealer I bought it from about it a year ago and they said they didn't have the knowledge or the equipment to do it with. I asked them if they had a document from Winnebago that talked about pounds of torque, they said they would check, but each time I had followed up with them, they said they had forgotten.
Has anyone done this? Do you have tips?