Originally Posted by Donna D.
They might be called Jacks and maybe you could use them that way, but I doubt the Scamp
frame would handle jacking up too many times before it tweaked. Not worth the chance IMHO.
I thought the jacks were a good idea until Donna posted-- (no need to carry anything else and they can lift 4500 lbs. )
recommends taking the weight
off the axle
during winter storage--
Maybe it is the mounting location on the frame that would cause problems.
So, where do you jack up the axle
: Jack up the axle and block it up to take the weight
off the suspension. The tires
don't have to be off the ground. Just take the main weight off the axle. Leaving the weight of the trailer on the suspension for extended periods while stored is extremely hard on the torsion axle. The rubber will compress and not relax as fully as before. Relieve tire pressure to 10 or 15 pounds while stored. This will extend your tire life."
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