Have you ever done this to your trailer? We bottomed out and caught and bent our electronic lift. Now what do I do? I'm going to leave it on the vehicle until we get home because I'm not sure I could reattach with a car jack - but do I just take it to an event dealer for repairs? 🤢
I know it's not electric, but it sure makes a good argument for a Jack-E-Up removable front landing wheel holder. Once hitched to the tow ball, give it a 6th of a turn and remove it. Toss it in your rig. Great for pickups because it allows you to open the tailgate with the trailer attached. I love mine.
Was there any damage to the trailer's frame that might make it not road-worthy?
I don't think there was frame damage - but I will need someone to look who knows more than I do. We drove it 150 miles after the damage and it towed fine - and I kept stopping and checking for problems. I do have another five or six hours drive scheduled for Monday and of course everything in this smallish town is closed until then. We may need to extend our stay.
Thank you again everyone. We made it to a weld place in Mt. Vernon Washington on our way home that came highly recommended. They said all the right stuff and I feel confident I'll be back on the road in no time. My driveway looks a bit lonely but it shouldn't take long. [emoji5] the electronic jack still works fine so I'll wait to change over to manual until it malfunctions. I want back on the road camping before it gets too chilly!