Originally Posted by Canadiancrew
You may be able to get a weld shop or dealer that is creative to lift the trailer. The axles are attached to a subframe to the main frame.
If they're Dexter TorFlex Axles, Dexter makes a lift kit that will raise the trailer 2 5/8". The axles on my trailer are 4000 LB axles (#10) and I bought the kit locally for $123. I haven't installed it yet, waiting for a friend with the right tools and equipment to help me with it, and I'm not sure it will be enough to get me in the driveway but it may get the tires close enough to the driveway that I can then use some kind of ramp to get it raised the rest of the way to back it straight in. Right nnow I have to back in on an angle to get the wheels on of the trailer onto the driveway before it drags and then make a sharp turn to back it in straight. I hope that makes sense.
Here's the link
to the page with the lift kits on it. Looking at your trailer on the FR web site, if you have dual axles you probably have 3500 LB (#9) axles. My axles had a sticker on them with the weight and part number and some other info, that should tell you which axles you have.
One other thing you can try is disconnecting the WD bars from your WD hitch before you back in, it might give you an inch or more of drop in the front of the trailer which should raise the rear.