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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)

Why store my trailer on trailerlegs?

Which is better, being broken down on the side of the road, or arriving safely, on time without damaging your trailer from a tire blowout?

To get longer life out of your trailer tires.

When storing your tires on the ground, you stand a greater chance of structural failure of the tire, which will result in one or more of the tires to prematurely failing, usually in the form of a blowout, which most likely will cause damage to your trailer as well.

How long does it take to install?

Usually less than 5 minutes.

Does it require me to crawl under my trailer?

No, It only requires your hand and arm to go partially behind the tire, while your body is positioned on the outside of the tire on one or both knees.

How much weight can TrailerLegs lift and support?

Each stand has a weight rating of 4000 pounds, so that is 8000 pounds per axle, which is a higher weight rating than any non-commercial axle.

I have a three axle trailer, how many stands do I need?

You will need one stand per tire or two stands per axle. A single axle trailer requires one set (2 stands).  A double axle trailer requires two sets (4 stands).  A triple axle trailer requires 3 sets (6 stands).

Do I really need 2 stands per axle.

Yes, unless you are only intending on lifting up one side of your trailer. Lifting the axle in the middle will result in damage to that axle.

What types of trailers can I use TrailerLegs on.

The most common trailers are, camper trailers, fifth wheel trailers, enclosed (box) trailers, boat trailers and horse trailers, just about any trailer sitting on it’s tires.

I have a couple trailers, one is a horse trailer and the other is a camp trailer. Can I use TrailerLegs on both of these trailers?

Yes, depending on the axle type. Some trailers utilize torsion tube axles which is a tube mounted to the bottom of the trailer just in front of the center of the tires, with an arm turned 90 degrees from the axle tube, then going down to the center of the tire. Torsion axle Manufacturers Recommend not lifting the trailer with the axle tube, check with your manufacturer before purchasing a set of TrailerLegs. Other trailer manufacturers utilize drop axles; these axles come out of the center of the tires then turn down and cross. Due to the axle being much closer to the ground, this model of TrailerLegs will not properly lift the axle(s).

How long can I store my trailer on TrailerLegs?

Indefinitely, or until next time you need to use your trailer.

How much does each stand weigh?

Just under 10 pounds.

What are TrailerLegs made out of?

Wouldn’t you like to know! No just kidding, TrailerLegs Are Made from 100% virgin polypropylene.

These TrailerLegs, are they made in China?

No way! TrailerLegs are Proudly made right here in the good old U.S.A.!