Trailer Aid

$51.99

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Product Summary:

Trailer Aid
A fast, safe, easy way to change a flat without having to unload. Simply ride the good tire onto the jack and change your tire. For double axle trailers up to 15,000 pounds loaded. Made of lightweight, high-strength, rust-proof polymer, with traction treads. Front holes and rear slots allow for easy handling. Use as a wedge chock when parked. Matte black or yellow finish with rounded corners. The bottom has cross mesh design for super strength. With four steel feet and traction treads for sure grip on all surfaces.
 
Product Features:
  • Holds double axle trailers up to 15,000 lbs
  • Traction treads and 4 steel feet
  • Easy handling
Item Specifications:
Size:
6" H x 24"L 
 
Material:
Lightweight, high-strength polymer
 
 
 

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they work! my husband wanted a second one for when he changes the oil in the cars to get the car up about 6" to make it easier to get under there.
Lorrie D on Dec 27, 2015
These are great when you have a flat and a horse in the trailer. You don't have to unload on the side of the road. I use to haul horses for a living and boy used the heck out of it. It worked so well my x wanted it in the divorce.
Dayna M on Aug 19, 2015
My friend has one and we used theirs when we had a flat on our trailer. Made the process of changing the tires much easier.
Ann S on Oct 9, 2015
Trailer Traveling safety
Chr H on Aug 18, 2015
Is this the trailer aid plus with the black pad?
Chalie on Feb 26, 2015
Best Answer: This is just the trailer aid. The few times that I have used the trailer aid for any type of trailer it has been great, without the black pad. It gives me a piece of mind to keep the trailer aid in my trailer when traveling long distances.
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