TrailerLegs Install & Remove Tutorial
To fully understand the capabilities of TrailerLegs, its important to know how to safely use them and remove them when not in use.
First, put your vehicle in park and grab one trailer leg per tire (or 2 per axle). So for a one axle vehicle you’ll need 2 TrailerLegs, two axles you’ll need 4 TrailerLegs, and three axles you’ll need six.
For those pulling their trailer forward, put the TrailerLegs in front of the axles on the front side of the trailer.
For those backing their trailer up, put them behind the axles on the rear side of the trailer.
Position the TrailerLegs underneath the axles. Place them so that the TraileLegs are craddling the axles with the rubber pointing down.
Once all TrailerLegs are correctly positioned the last thing that you’ll need to do is to get back into your car and pull forward/reverse back depending on which method you chose. Simply pull forward/reverse back until your trailer is completely lifted off the ground. On a vehicle with larger tires you may need to give it a little more gas, but do so carefully. Allow it to settle for a second and then go back to the TrailerLegs, take a blunt object, and tap on them just to make sure that they’re planted firmly on the ground. Now your trailer is quickly and safely up off the ground!
When you’re ready to get your trailer back on the ground all you need to do is go in the opposite direction that you pulled the trailer when you set it up. So if you pulled forward onto the TrailerLegs you’ll want to reverse back, and if you reversed onto the TrailerLegs you’ll want to pull forward. Only go far enough to get your tires back on the ground to avoid something underneath your vehicle hitting the TrailerLegs. Once on the ground, go remove the TrailerLegs from under your vehicle and you’re on your way!
Check out this step by step video: