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Quick Change Trailer Jack
written by Michael Burch

A blown trailer tire can mean a blown fishing trip -- but it doesn't have to.
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After a long week at work, Friday has finally arrived. You've been planning on a weekend of camping, fishing and skiing with the family. With an air of excitement, the family piles into the truck for a three precious days of fun at the lake. About 5 miles from your destination you drive over a careless motorist's broken bottle and POOF! You've got a flat tire on your boat trailer.  

Naturally you'll want to fix this problem as quickly and efficiently as possible, and the Quick Change Trailer Jack (formerly known as Easy Up Trailer Jack) makes it as easy as it gets. Basically, the Quick Change is a one-piece aluminum tool that you put under your axle. With it under your axle, you then just drive forward a few inches until the oblong-shaped Quick Change is sitting on its end and voila, you've got a trailer tire off the ground. It doesn't get much easier than that. Plus, you don't have to worry about a greasy jack, nor do you have to worry about the greasy jack-handle that for some reason isn't with your jack anymore.  

The Quick Change is the perfect tool to keep stored in your boat or truck. The tool doesn't weigh much, but still has the ability to hold up to 2 tons. And it can accommodate most boat, or utility trailers as it can fit over square or round axles. 

If you travel a lot with a boat, or utility trailer, this trailer jack is a must for your vehicle or boat. It's simple, cheap and it might save your vacation. 



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