Thanks for the input. I'm with you concerning the jacks, mine are not what I would consider scissors, I'm going to block it then raise the jack. the lateral forces shouldn't be to great as the grade is very level. I have the hitch adapter but the way F.R. designed the hitch on the trailer it angles up about 3/8" which causes the adapter to assume that angle instead of remaining perpendicular to the ground. Steve, the owner/designer of the 360 told me his does the same thing and the tounge jack doesn't suffer. He did stress that the jack should be lowered so the frame just clears the wheels of the dolly. This will keep the lever action on the jack to a minimum. I plan to fabricate a tapered "donut" shim so I can use the trailer hitch connection in the future but right now DW wants the TT moved before the snow flies. I'm glad to hear someone else operates on my time frame as well. I bought my dolly at the end of october its now the middle of January and I still haven't moved anything with it
I think I watched every trailer dolly video on the internet and this fellow Steve had the best design, it should make moving your trailer alot easier than with a winch. its geared very low so you're not going to break any speed records but they claim it will hold on a slight grade without using the trailer brakes.