I experience the same thing with my D13 and an F250. I haven't solved it yet, BUT, 95% of tail swaying issues are tongue weight related. I'm going to increase my propane bottle size and carry a generator in the box. And then go from there.
My D13 has the 500 tongue jack and it feels so flimsy. Not sure on the mfger date. Where is that labeled on the trailer? Has anyone tried to warranty a tongue jack yet? Mine will not slide without significant force.
edit: also - how exactly did you mess up your original 500 tongue jack?
Wouldn't surprise me if it shares welders and other assembly people. These brands (attached) are all built in the same factories. I don't see these style of campers being different. Additionally, the support when it reaches the states is what will ultimately determine if the brand succeeds, or...
I used the following tools, just in case you wanted to screenshot for notes:
- half inch impact
- 1/2" female x 3/8" male adapter
- 1/2" drive 15/16" socket
- 3/8" drive 15/16" SHALLOW socket
- 3/8" x 6" extension
- tapered punch
- 1/2" torque wrench
- 15/16" combination wrench
- ratchet strap...
I was looking for info on pink kool-aid dosage and I stumbled across this. Our trailers are so new, we may still be in the prevention phase and not the cure phase. Excellent information.
New question: does your entry door lock suck pretty bad? I can't get mine to lock from the outside. And if it locks from the inside, I'm stuck reaching through the window to let myself out. I really, really hate that.