I've attached a photo of the Brophy jack that others have mentioned.
I only have two of these and I have not been able to get the camper off my truck alone. I have a special model F150 (7700) that has its rear end sticking up several inches higher than the front when it is not loaded. It actually rides better when loaded or pulling. I would have gone to the four corner jacks, but I am not sure that the corners on a 1980 keystone are built so that they can have jacks put that much force on the vertical bars or if they even can have braces fasten to them.
The old Palomino Bronco used to use three jacks to lift it off and I worked with that many times, with not too much difficulty. But the Brophy jacks only go up so high and the the tolerances are so tight that it is indeed very sketchy.
I have a couple of those crank jacks that fastened to an underplate on the bottom of the Palomino Bronco. Maybe I could use those in the back and the Brophys in the front? But even that worries me that the old bottom plates will put too much pressure on the old floor pack plywood.
I just haven't figured out this out so if anyone has insight, it's appreciated.