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Trailer Aid

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Yellow

$40.49

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Product Summary:

Trailer-Aid

Trailer-Aid provides 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. Four steel feet and traction treads ensure grip on all surfaces.

Features:

  • Holds double axle trailers up to 15,000 lb.
  • Traction treads and four steel feet
  • 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
  • Cross mesh design on bottom for super strength
Item Specifications:

Size:
6"H x 24"L

Material:
Lightweight, high-strength polymer

Style Item Number Model Number UPC
Black SLT310123 BLK 03TA12BL 892422000221
Yellow SLT310123 YEL 06TA12YW 892422000214

Product Reviews by Customers

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As appears, light to carry, looks like it will work when I need it
October 7, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
This product has saved me 3 times now. Single woman changing a trailer tire. Getting one for my friends enclosed car trailer. Thanks
September 12, 2016
Shouldn't be without one.
The Trailer Aid is the best investment I have made in a long time. It is a must for anyone with a horse trailer, stock trailer, camper, or any type of mid-size trailer with a double set of axles. You just put the trailer aid either by the front wheel of the trailer and run the good tire up on it, or the back wheel and back the good tire on it and it is ready to slide the flat tire off and the new one on. That is, after you have removed the lug nuts of course. No jack is needed. I bought two, one for myself and one for my daughter for her trailer. The Trailer Aid is well made and should last a long time. I got mine in yellow so I wouldn't miss place it. I highly recommend this product.
August 16, 2016
So far, so good!
The trailer aid is a great tool. It gives me a little piece of mind in the event I have a flat on the road.
December 14, 2015
Great product!
I have used one of these trailer aids for years - and wouldn't leave home without it. Solid, well-built, easy to store and use. Once while traveling, I pulled into a tire dealership with a nail in one tire on my living quarter horse trailer. The tire dealer was rather stumped as to how he was going to get the tire off my trailer without unloading the horses and unhooking the trailer from my truck. Well, I pulled out my Trailer Aid - and we were in/out of there quite quickly.
October 9, 2014
Haven't used yet and hope I don't have to.
I purchased the trailer aid to address any possible tire problems while hauling our horses. We have a heavy living quarters horse trailer and with the 15000lb. Capacity will make tire changes easier. I am impressed withthe construction of the trailer aid.
May 8, 2014
Don't trailer without it!
SO easy, convenient, and secure. No more scrambling for scattered jack parts, assembling one and then the uncertainty of where to put it under the frame. This little honey is SO sweet to use!! Only the lug nuts coming off easier could make the experience any simpler! Well worth the price!
July 26, 2013
This product is a time saver and worth the price, even if you use it once.
I use to horse show every other weekend. I kept my friends Trailer -Aid in my trailer and she had a second one at home. I carried it for about 7 years. I was on my way parade, about 15 miles from my residence, When I noticed that I had a flat on the trailer. It was so easy to drive up on the Trailer-Aid, change the tire, and be on my way.
June 21, 2013
Dependable.
I bought this jack 10 years ago in yellow when I bought my LQ 3 horse trailer. I have used it four times, the last time was this week when the last of the original tires blew. I changed the tire in the Wal-mart parking lot in 10 minutes. I am 61 years old. People looked at me like I was crazy at first, but then looked at me with awe. The hardest part was lifting the blown tire into the bed of the truck. Great product. I keep it in the trailer and it has never failed me.
October 23, 2012
works great but cracked
I have kept a Tailer Aid in my trailer for several years and used it on three different occations - worked OK the first time in soft dirt, worked great the 2nd time and cracked the third time - but worked after "fixing" with duct tape. I guess I need a new one now.
November 26, 2010
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Why did you choose this?
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easier than the bottle jack.
mary f on Sep 3, 2016
To change a tire on a cargo trailer. Looks a lot easier than finding a jack big enough, finding a place to set the jack, cranking the jack etc.
Heidi Z on Mar 14, 2016
easier than the bottle jack.
mary f on Sep 3, 2016
Needed one.
MYREON B on Mar 23, 2016
To change a tire on a cargo trailer. Looks a lot easier than finding a jack big enough, finding a place to set the jack, cranking the jack etc.
Heidi Z on Mar 14, 2016
Keeping one for myself and donating the other to benefit @ LaRiviere Horse Park, Prairie du Chien, WI this summer.
Hilda H on Jan 21, 2016
need it for safe traillering! easier than jack
MARIA K on Sep 1, 2015
just in case
lynda r on Aug 21, 2015
Needed for trailer
KARRIE M on Jul 27, 2015
We do a lot of camping with our horses and this product makes it a lot easier to change tires on our lq trailer when need be.
LARRY F on May 21, 2015
I gave mine to a friend. The best way to change a tire for a woman hauling alone I would not be without it.
Mary H on Apr 18, 2015
Very easy to change a tire using the trailer aid
ANDREA J on Nov 11, 2014
own one already, buying for a second trailer. Great product! Taught my 17 yr old daughter how to change the trailer tire with it.
RHONDA M on Oct 31, 2014
don't travel without one, haven't had to use this yet, hope I don't.
CAROLYN E on Oct 11, 2014
I love the fact that you do not have to unload your horses to fix a tire. I had a bubble in my tire today. Luckily I made it home fine, I knew I needed to get this today in case one day I do have to change my tire out on the road!
AMY H on May 5, 2014
just bought a trailer and need one
S J on Apr 28, 2014
Looks easy to use for flat tires
JENNIFER M on Apr 3, 2014
Borrowed one from a friend...worked great. So decided to purchase one.
Kathleen K on Feb 28, 2014
Needed one.
MYREON B on Mar 23, 2016
Keeping one for myself and donating the other to benefit @ LaRiviere Horse Park, Prairie du Chien, WI this summer.
Hilda H on Jan 21, 2016
Is this trailer aid plus or regular?
A shopper on Aug 25, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Not sure what you're referring to by "plus or regular". We have used this trailer aid several times since purchasing it.... on horse trailers and our camp trailer. It saves so much effort and time when changing a flat tire. We even purchased one for our son for a birthday present and he takes his with him everywhere. He has a big stock trailer. Seems to work for any size tire if that was the concern. Hope that helps.