jacking up one side of trailer
OK, I heard about running one wheel up etc... but I need to have " both" wheels up on the same side. I have a 79' Tradewind that "was fine when I parked it" about 3 yrs. ago.
With two flat tires on one side, as soon as I started jacking up that side the other side tires lost air. Now if I am given a jack point aft of the rear wheel which is a very small area where do I put a jack stand when the floor jack is taking all the room? I would love to have the unit on four jack stands while I work on the brakes and bearings but on each side I need a jack point and a spot to add a stand. I don't notice a jack point in front of the forward wheels. Is there one? I have four flat tires, limited room between the deck and the bottom of the trailer. I have to admit that I jammed 2x4's under the vertical supports to keep from having a total belly flop.
I'm replacing all the plumbing with "Seatech" plumbing which I use on yachts and intalling a new updated 20 amp inverter, interior LED's etc...
Hope to have it ready in 9 days.