TrailerLegs vs. Alternative Stabilizers and Jacks
TrailerLegs stand out among the crowd of different trailer stabilizers and jacks. With all these options and methods to stabilize and raise our trailers and campers, its good to look into them deeper and compare.
TrailerLegs is an easy and time efficient way to stabilize and jack your trailer or camper. TrailerLegs come in 3 different sets: Single Axle, Double Axle, or Triple Axle. Simply position the TrailerLegs under the axle(s) according to the instructions and then back up your trailer slowly in small increments until the TrailerLegs are in the correct position and your wheels are off the ground. And that’s it! Your trailer is up off of the ground and stabilized in a matter of a couple minutes and is completely sturdy, eliminating shaking. With TrailerLegs you don’t have to get under the trailer to position them, you can easily reach to position them from right beside your wheels. TrailerLegs eliminate the need to figure out positioning and space for blocks.
Disadvantages of Blocking Up a Trailer
Blocking up a trailer is very time consuming and requires you to figure out how you’re going to position the blocks, how much space you need, what can fit, etc. With blocking you have to take into consideration how much weight you can lift because of the heavy cinder blocks. You also have to consider how much time it will take you and if you have an injury of some sort or anything preventing you from being able to do the work yourself. All in all it may be a solution with great stability, but is not a quick or easy one.
Disadvantages of Manual Jacks
Manual jacks are less time consuming and less difficult than blocking but still require a bit of work. You have to crank the jack until the trailer is at the desired height which takes manual labor and may be troublesome for some people. Jacks can also be dangerous as you have to be right next to the trailer while it raises up and risk the trailer falling off the jack and injuring someone.