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Old 03-13-2015, 07:39 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by gashog View Post
Here's my answer from Dexter.

Dexter would not recommend using drive up ramps to support the weight of the
trailer on one axle or one wheel. The trailer weight should be lifted from
the frame to avoid damaging the suspension.

Jim Miller / Dexter Axle

Now the decision, sell my just purchased Andersen Rapid Jack or use it????
I would probably expect that from a company with recalls for cracked welds on spindles...what does lippert say?

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