I just bought the wheel... drilled a small hole through the original stand and when I need to use the wheel I crank the front up with a jack, slide the wheel in, put a bolt with cotter pin through the hole, move it around and then take the wheel off. It sounds like work, but for as often as I need this feature it isn't too bad. On Scamp
one I did put the swing up kind on that has the wheel attached, but on Scamp
two with the tongue box, I don't have room for the swing!!
Come to think of it though, my bday is coming up and I would like to have one of those trailer dollys... since I have a snowmobile, a utility trailer and a couple of ATV's I could justify having the trailer dolly if I can talk the kids into buying it for me!! LOL
I might mention that I have had Scamp
1 get away from me though... had a slight hill on the driveway and once while rolling it around manually, it started moving faster than I was prepared for and being as though I was alone and couldn't get anything behind a wheel to stop it I was about to be in big trouble! Luckily a neighbor was watching and ran over to help- now when I am pushing it around I keep a block more handy to put behind that front wheel if need be!