Love my BAL. It's fast, easy, and always spot on. But last yr for the 1st time I got a site that tested it's limits. Maxed out the BAL to achieve side to side. Front to back was a challenge too. Almost used up all my blocking for the rear stabilizers. And had to raise up the front of the PUP so I could swing the jack up. The tongue was held at the right place for level by my Shurline tongue weight scale which I happened to have along. The BAL looked like weird because it was at such an angle. Looked like it was bent out of shape although once I lowered it, it looks and works fine. Trouble is, we liked the site so much last yr. we're going back again later this month. So I'm looking for any ideas on how to make it easier, and maybe safer, this year. I'm thinking of making up some blocking for the BAL. Not sure how strong the BAL's frame is so I'm making it fit the BAL footprint of 18"x17" out of 2x12s and 2x8s. I figure 4 1/2" high on one side under the BAL and 1 1/2" under the other wheel. It'd have a 45 deg angle on one end and the blocking will be "stepped" so I'm not trying to raise it 4 1/2" at one time. Anyone ever run into a similar situation? Have any brilliant solutions? Am I missing something? Thx. in advance for any suggestions.