Originally Posted by jwalt313
Thanks Ford Idaho. Obviously, I'm a newbie. Can I assume then that, if I raise the rear tandem tire by putting the leveler behind the rear wheel as in the photo and back up, the front tandem tire will come up off the ground as well? Then I put the other leveler under the front side of the raised front tire to keep it raised? I was thinking that I had to put a leveler behind each of the tandem wheels and back up the trailer.
Yes you can lift one wheel by running the other up a ramp, people do this to change out a flat tire.
I will guess he pulls up too far, places the other and backs up till it is level and chocked at the same time.
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