Makes it much easier to move the Scamp
around the garage. The Reese tongue jack 1000# version fits perfectly opposite the 15-year-old Scamp
welded-on, non-wheeled version. I flipped the Reese bracket (taller section on top), used shorter stainless screws in the front holes of the mount for a neater fit next to the propane
tank. The combination works great to maneuver the Scamp
in the garage or on hard surfaced parking spots. I coordinate the two jacks when I move the trailer - lower the wheel just enough to lift the pad version off the surface, move the trailer, then with a couple of cranks, lower the pad version for permanent positioning. The throw length of the Reese version is like it was built to snug up against the tongue rail in the locked up position (On the road, the crank handle is held up with a bungy cord). Product is the Reese Towpower 74410 Trailer Swivel Mount Jack (kind of a mouthful) $30.88 on Amazon. Full disclosure, I saw this wheeled jack suggestion on a forum earlier this year, but never thought it would be practical for our Scamp.