I am not very good at working on the mechanical stuff on any of my trailers. However, I am good at finding them, hauling them around for others to work on, and convincing my poor husband to PLEASE help me! I decided to birth some help and I have 8 sons and one daughter and believe me, as my sons get older it really helps! They can hook up the trailer and help me back up and do muscle work. Their dad has taught them a lot of stuff that confuses me like electrical and carpentry. I think I am breaking even in compensation for the food bill versus the amount of work they can do....but really, making the trailers a family project has helped them learn new skills as well as have fun camping as a family. If you don't have children, maybe you could borrow some. My young teenagers age 12 to 15 WANT jobs, but it is hard to get regular jobs when young. You could try to find a reliable teen that age and they will work at some of the heavier stuff for reasonable pay. My older sons dropped the belly pan with their dad while I cleaned out the nutshells and pinecones that generations of squirrels and mice had stored there. I was okay with the dead mice but when I found an actual full size petrified dead squirrel
under the Safari's mattress I screamed and my older sons rushed in "COOL MOM! Can we keep it for a science project?" NO, NO, NO!!!! I made them throw it away. Mean mother!