After lurking on this forum for a couple of months now trying to soak up as much info as we can about Aliners and towing (we're in the process of transitioning from "tents" to "trailers", so we're very much newbies) we have the opportunity to buy a lightly used 2020 Aliner Classic locally. The seller claims to have only used it about 5 times and it seems to be in pretty good cosmetic condition - but I was a little put off by the fact that when I asked how he leveled the trailer during setup he demonstrated how to lower the stabilizer jacks. Pretty much everything I've ever read says that you absolutely should NOT be using the stabilizers to level, or you risk damaging the stabilizers, frame, etc. How risky would you think it is buying a Classic that has been leveled using the stabilizers 4-5 times? Is there any sort of simple/visual inspection that a newbie lay person like myself could do to the stabilizer, frame, etc. to try to determine whether any damage has been done (short of simply trying to determine whether the walls still line up properly)?