Originally Posted by Tireman9
One reason many RVs trailers and motorhomes come without a lug wrench or jack or even a spare tire as they want to eliminate the possibility of an owner attempting to change a tire without proper training or on soft ground and end up getting injured if/when the jack slips.
For many it is better to get RV road service.
If you are going to get the tools it is important that you know how to cholk the wheels so there is no movement of the RV. You need a jack (bottle jack with sufficient capacity to life the side of the RV or corner of the motorhome. I would suggest at least as much as the heavier GAWR number. You should also have a plate large enough to support the base of the jack on soft soil.
Maybe you also need to think of how you would jack up the side of the RV is on the side of the road and that side is not level and the RV may be tilted by 6" or more. How will you prevent it from slipping off the jack?
Not sure if this was directed at me or just general comments. If towards me, I had stated earlier I have 4 point leveling so I used that to lift the right side up. I also have x chocks and I would not change the tire without the 5er being connected to my truck so there would be no rolling.
Conditions matter so it is case by case which is why I have AAA with RV coverage.