Just thought I'd share with you all what I tried that worked extremely well for me until I can get my hands on a front tongue jack wheel.
See it all started with my 9' wide drive. It is not wide enough to make a good cut to be able to keep even the short 19' Bambi around the house and to one side of the garage so that I can use the other garage bay.
So while in thought mode, I looked at the situation. I needed to get the coach nose over, but the car was just not an option.
What I did was to take my Craftsman 3.5 ton floor jack (way overkill, but worked very well) and place it under the tongue jack bottm. Lowered the tongue jack a bit, jacked up the floor jack a bit to clear the hitch ball and quite easily moved the Bambi at will. Frankly, if I wanted, I could have moved the Bambi by hand up and down the driveway it was so light. It kind of surprised me.
To get the Bambi off the floor jack, I at final position could easily manuver the car to allow the tongue to rest on the hitch (you could also use another jack for this as well, but the car seemed like the best bet).
Finally, I just got the tongue off the car, leveled the coach out and there it was moved and happy.
The moral is simply that the wheel thing would have done the same thing, but if any of you find you need some extra manuverability and your toungue is light enough, you can really move these things fairly easily!
Of course, I make no warranty expressed or implied and for sure you don't push from the body of the camper, you push the a frame with your feet far away!
This may sound way off, but I am thinking of adding a small hitch ball to my snowblower (given that the coach was fairly easy to move by hand) or building my own small trailer caddy so that I would have a 5HP or smaller workhorse to do final adujstments in the tight drive that the car could not help with. Heck, I could also use it for my boat!
I can't even begin to tell you all how much more easily the coach moves into tight spots without 15-18ft of car to also manuver