Originally Posted by Mike J. L.
I park our Scamp, tongue-up, in our slanted driveway. I'd like to be able to easily nearly completely lower the tongue so that the trailer will sit nearly level. That is, lower it onto a 2x6 slab of outdoor wood. Is there a good, easily installed, zero-clearance, tongue jack that you'd recommend. It's a 13' Scamp so tongue weight
is minimal. Thank you.
I second the Ultimate Trailer Jack! I was having issues with the jack post bottoming out on driveway dips especially gas stations. Before finding this I was even considering adding blocks between the jack and frame to raise it up. This solution is much cleaner and even allows me to attach and remove a 6” wheel while I’m hitched. My Perris Pacer
has an A frame tongue. The jack required a 90 degree rotation to avoid the pin hitting my propane
tank. Aside from having to drill a new bolt hole it was straight forward to install. I found this at Tractor Supply Co. for much less than eTrailer. Cheers!