I 'had' thought of buying 4 of these for our trailer, but the combination size of 4 of these would be probititive. What we've opt' for instead is 4 used (auto dismantler's special!!) Honda car jacks. I have cut the end off where the crank handle would normally fit in and welded on a 3/4 in nut. We have a Sears 18. whatever V. sized assortment of tools including a portable flourescent light
and a vacuum which we always carry anyway. The lugnuts on the Trillium
are 3/4 as well. I have welded a 3/4 in high impact socket to an extension to fit in the end of the drill. Now I have four portable jacks which I can place where best suited and an electrical
lift sysyem to use with them. Changing flats is no longer an issue as jack(s) can be placed where best suited. All for of these jacks p(lus the drill with attachments) fits into a home made polished aluminum box (with no lid) that we keep right inside the door while traveling. This box is always the FIRST item out of the trailer when we get a spot AND the box, when empty plays double duty for the Trailer Goddess
as we use the inverted box (the side with no lid) as a step for SHE, who is also 'vertically challanged'
with her demeur (do I merit marks for NOT saying 'SHORT'???) little nubbies!!!