Originally Posted by Telstar
I have both and first choice is trailer aid. Make sure you jack is ratted high enough to match the actual weight.
I have torsion axles so I would not use the jack on anything but the frame. However, if you have dual axles the way to go is with a Trailer Aid ramp.
Very easy to store and use, not going to damage any axle or the frame. I would buy the Trailer Aid Plus as it is about 1" taller than the standard unit. BTW, be aware of any tire store or such that attempts to pick up your wheel with a floor jack.
They will put it under the axle every time if you are not standing right there with them; they don't know about torsion axles.
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