For over 30 years I’ve been lugging around a small, cheap floor Jack whenever we were pulling a camper. I think it cost me 30 bucks back in the late eighties. It came in handy on a number of occasions. The problem is that when we full time this January I didn’t want to haul the cumbersome floor jack all over the United States and Canada. So after some research I found the Trailer Aid and bought it.
Almost immediately it was put to the test. We were backing into a site at Letchworth State Park and as luck would have it, one of Shiny’s tires just barely clipped an old fire pit. The tire picked up some sort of staple. I would not have even noticed it but Sue heard a hissing sound. I was not happy.
So we pulled out the Trailer Aid and drove up onto it. Had the wounded tire off and the spare on in less then 15 minutes. Sure enough we found the staple in the tire.
I can’t say enough good things about this must have tool. Of course if you only have one axle on your RV it won’t be of much use to you.