I use a wood wedge, similar to the Trailer Aid, but a little longer. I made from 2 x 6. It is 4 layers thick, with a 3' long base, tapered to a upward to flat. It cost ~$10 to build if new material is used. Using this wood wedge I can jack up any wheel in just a few minutes.
I also use a bottle jack at times. But, if a tire goes flat, it drops the load onto the other two tires, pushing the axle mounting plate much closer to the ground. It can be difficult to get a bottle jack into the correct location.
I keep both wedge and jack in my trailer while traveling.
2014 Silverado 1500 Crew Cab 5.3L maximum trailering package (yes, I'm towing the 34')