Replace the jacks
We were having issues with ours 'grinding to a halt' before the trailer was solidly jacked & motors sounding a bit too labored. And we were very disappointed that we had to listen to their whining while taking so long to crank down. Last year I pulled them all off to replace them. They are way under sized for the trailer, being 'tent trailer jacks' ... there is a part name/number sticker on them!
After consulting with BAL technical staff regarding our specific trailer measurements , I bought 4 BAL Model 23231 C jacks (over kill, but with the frame to ground distance, a 30" jack is really the best way to go.) I bolt/screw mounted 2 of new BALs on the front frame, and had a certified welder custom fit the jacks on the rear, integral with frame and bumper. They go down faster and are very stable. no motor, just a quick crank. My spouse can get two down before I find my electric drill with the socket to crank them! Highly recommended upgrade!
Fred n' Jeri
2012 FF X-214WSD
2010 RAM 1500 Crew Cab 4x4, 5.7 Hemi MDS, Huskey 1200lb trunnion WD, Prodigy Brake
Prion Seayak Kayaks