Tongue jack wheel
My previous TT (single axle) had a removable wheel on the tongue jack. Since I'm still fairly new to towing a TT I loved how easy the wheel made adjusting the angle of the trailer once the trailer was in position onsite or in my driveway.
My new trailer is a 19' Shamrock (dual axle) with a small jack stand. I've seen jack wheels for sale in RV dealerships and I was wondering if this is something I could take advantage of for a small dual axle trailer? Is anyone else with a dual axle trailer using a wheel on their tongue jack?
I appreciate that the axles and tires will provide resistence to this type of movement so the last thing I want to do is damage anything during this process by putting undo strain. I'll also be limiting this process to only level sites and using blocks and chains to allow movement but secure the trailer from rolling.
2007 Shamrock F19 hybrid - 2010 (22 nights), 2011 (24 nights), 2012 (11 nights)
2013 Surveyor Select 235RKS - 2012 (6 nights), 2013 (32 nights), 2014 (26 nights), 2015 (37 nights), 2016 (14 nights)