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TrailerLegs Tire Saver Stands for Trailers w/ Leaf Spring Suspensions - Single Axle - 8K - Qty 2

TrailerLegs Tire Saver Stands for Trailers w/ Leaf Spring Suspensions - Single Axle - 8K - Qty 2

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These stands protect and prolong the life of your trailer tires by keeping them up off of the ground while your trailer is not in use. Place the durable stands on both sides of the axle, and use your vehicle to pull the trailer up onto the stands. Great Prices for the best trailer jack from TrailerLegs. TrailerLegs Tire Saver Stands for Trailers w/ Leaf Spring Suspensions - Single Axle - 8K - Qty 2 part number 326-TRLLG-2 can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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These stands protect and prolong the life of your trailer tires by keeping them up off of the ground while your trailer is not in use. Place the durable stands on both sides of the axle, and use your vehicle to pull the trailer up onto the stands.


  • Tire saver stands protect and prolong the life of your trailer tires while the trailer is not in use - great for camping trips and storage situations
    • Defends against dry rot from tires resting on damaging surfaces
    • Eliminates flat spots from prolonged periods of tires bearing trailer weight
  • Stands lift trailer wheels off of the ground, using the axle to support the weight of the trailer
    • Solid platforms offer 8 times the stability of rubber tires, which can flex under the weight of your trailer
  • Simple, 5 minute setup
    • Place stands next to tires, on either side of trailer axle
    • Use tow vehicle to move trailer forward or backward until stands pivot upright to raise axles
  • Rubber gripping bars provide a stable base and ensure consistent activation of stands
  • HDPE construction ensures strength and durability
  • Made in the USA


  • Application: single-axle trailers with leaf-spring suspensions
    • Great for campers, boat trailers, horse trailers, 5th-wheel trailers, and more
  • Quantity: 2 stands
  • Weight capacity: 8,000 lbs
    • 4,000 lbs per stand
  • Overall stand dimensions: 15" long x 8" wide x 19" tall
  • Minimum clearance required between ground and axle: 10-1/2"
  • Weight: 10 lbs each

TrailerLegs provide a quick and effective way to protect your tires while your trailer is in storage. By keeping the trailer's tires off of the ground, you can avoid unnecessary wear and tear that could lead to dangerous blowouts on the road and costly repairs.

Protects and Prolongs Life of Trailer Tires

It is easy to forget that while your trailer is in storage, its tires are still working. Even if you aren't towing, the tires continue to bear the weight of your trailer. This can lead to flat spots, which are areas on the tire where the rubber has become either too soft or too stiff compared with the rest of the tire. In addition, exposing the tires to any moisture that collects on the ground can cause the rubber to rot.

TrailerLegs keep your tires up off the ground while your trailer is in storage. This means that you won't return to flat or misshapen tires when you need to use your trailer next. Keeping your tires in great condition will greatly reduce your chances of having a blowout on the road and having to spend money on replacing the tire and repairing your trailer.

Fast and Easy Setup

Setting up your trailer for storage with TrailerLegs is a pain-free process that takes as little as 5 minutes. Make sure you have at least 10-1/2" of clearance between the ground and your vehicle 's axle. If you need additional clearance, use leveling blocks to provide extra lift.

Trailerleg Placement on Trailer Axle

Place the TrailerLegs beneath the axle, right next to the tire, on either side of your trailer. The legs must be angled so that the axle rests in the rounded cutout on top of the stands. If you intend to pull the trailer forward, place the legs in front of the axle. If you want to back the trailer into position, place the stands just behind the axle.

Trailerleg Placement on Trailer Axle Engaging

With the stands in position, use your tow vehicle to push or pull the trailer backwards or forwards to activate the stands. The rubber strips on the stands will provide grip as the legs pivot up, following the movement of the trailer.

Note: If you have a drop-axle trailer, you will need to position a 2" to 3" block in front of each tire so that the tires can ramp up enough to pivot the TrailerLegs.

Trailerleg Supporting Trailer Axle

You only need to move the trailer a little bit to get the legs into the upright position with the axle resting in their top-mounted, round cutouts. Once in this position, the TrailerLegs will support the weight of your trailer instead of its tires. This protects your tires and safely stabilizes the trailer until you're ready to hit the road again.

TLX-2 Trailer Legs Tire Saver Storage Stands - Single Axle Set - 8,000 lbs - Qty 2

Item # 326-TRLLG-2

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TrailerLegs Tire Saver Stands for Trailers w/ Leaf Spring Suspensions - Single Axle - 8K - Qty 2 - 326-TRLLG-2

Average Customer Rating:  4.5 out of 5 stars   (39 Customer Reviews)

These stands protect and prolong the life of your trailer tires by keeping them up off of the ground while your trailer is not in use. Place the durable stands on both sides of the axle, and use your vehicle to pull the trailer up onto the stands.


I have used these successfully on my dual axle travel trailer to replace all four tires at once, and adjust the electric brakes (which requires spinning each wheel freely to find a setting that provides slight resistance). Easy to setup and store. Best to have a spotter to help you know when you've pulled the trailer up on the stands and not go past the lift points.


Purchased the trailer legs to store my 5th wheel Toy Hauler with the tires off the ground. Due to dual axles, I had to purchase 2 sets. Very expensive. They raise the tires on the ground about 1.5 inches. They work best on level ground. My RV pad has a slight 2 deg slope for rain runoff so my RV leans to one side. Sometimes I have to adjust the leg angle to the axle so that all 4 legs sit evenly on the ground when I pull forward. I tried to build up the low side of the pad with wood under the trailer legs so the RV would be stored level side to side. It did not work so great. I had to pull the RV wheels up on a 2"x8"x6' board and then build a custom height 1"x8"x5' board to put under the legs. I had to add non slip traction to the board for the legs so they would not slip. All is good now. Nice and level.


Works great on concrete, not so great on gravel or hard packed dirt. In order to have it up on the jacks where I park it for the winter, I have to put some boards on the ground and it takes 3-4 tries to get the jacks to lift rather than slide. Once it's up, it's great. It makes bearing & brake maintenance a breeze and increases tire life.


In-conclusive. The ground was too soft. The legs on one side dragged. The other side did go up. After we unhooked it dropped down but still it relieved some pressure on the tires. Lesson learned do this on stable ground/concrete/asphalt. The trailer is also 9,000 lbs so that did have some effect. I tried with the trailer assist and without, same result.


I think the trailer legs are good but 3 inches to big for my trailer. I use some wood to raise the trailer to get the legs to position correctly on the axels.


These worked just as described, simple and quick



First, the increased stability in the trailer over just the 4 jacks and the tires on the ground is amazing!
Second, getting these in place is not as easy as the directions or the videos suggest. Every time I would back up on to the legs at least one would not be on the ground correctly, either not back far enough or back to far because at least one would slide on the ground. I tried at least 6 times and always at least one would not be right. I finally used a bottle jack to lift the axles enough to set the legs that were not sitting right into the correct position.
Third, Once I got all four legs set correctly I leveled the trailer. The problem here was that to get the trailer level it actually moved up and off the legs. To fix this, I used the left side jacks to get the trailer up enough to slide boards under the legs and ran the auto leveling again. This time the left side was on the jacks but the right side was still off of them. I did not have anything to build up the right side (yet) so I am a full bubble low to the right so I have weight on the legs and not supporting trailer weight on the jacks. This most likely would not be a problem if you are just using the legs for trailer storage.
Overall a great product for saving your tires and stability while using your trailer. Just be aware set up could be more involved and some trial and error to get everything set correctly.


Haven't used them yet but when I put my trailer up for winter I will!!!


Trailer legs work great. It keeps all 4 wheels off the ground. Makes it easy to change a tire and do regular maintenance on bearings and brakes. Easy to use.


These TrailerLegs work great. They get the wheels off the ground very easily. Great way when storing trailers for a long period of time.


Trailer legs work as advertised. I have heard that they don't work very well on grass. I have had no problems using them on grass. I am very happy with purchase. They are super sturdy and durable. It takes a little practice to use them, but it gets easier the more time you use them.


Works as advertised!


Love these things so much, bought a set for my son-in-law’s 40’ Montana 5th wheel. We’ve both found it extremely time saving when rotating/changing tires, doing brake & wheel bearings or anything under the units. It’s wonderful to know we don’t have to worry about tire rot or unnecessary bearing pressure while in winter storage here in Washington! We found it much easier to pull the trailers “evenly” up on these things to use low range 4 wheel drive, if you have it. I always keep one in the truck in case of a flat. Worth every penny! This is what I use them on:


Don't like them waste of my money! Either my campers too heavy for a $37.06 camper that weighs 10,000 lb cuz it made my dually spin tires on asphalt and gravel so I don't know where these videos are coming from falsified information of what I think I want my money back!!


It’s made of heavy duty plastics with the rubber boots, when using it to store your 5th wheel use a 2x4 to roll your wheel up on to help with the lifting of the trailer, I have a 5th wheel 41’ keystone Montana, I don’t feel it moving around or shaking when I walk around in the RV


They work as described. Thank you.


These are the BEST investment I have ever made for my truck and cargo trailer. We had an insane snow and ice storm in Oregon this last year these were rock stars' and held our trailer through some intense weather. Absolutely would recommend as your FIRST choice and defiantly through etrailer. Super fast shipping and good pricing for sure! Thank you!


Just received Trailerlegs, so haven't used them yet, but have looked over them & they look very sturdy. Should be great for lifting wheels off the ground. Will definitely carry one or two when traveling for that inevitable flat tire. Should make life a whole lot easier. Will update review later.


Super easy to use even the first time. I have a 39’ dual axle 5th wheel and it lifted right up onto the trailer legs just as advertised. Love them!



Installed your "Trailer
Legs" on my tandem boat trailer while in long term storage. Worked perfectly!......What a great product! Very easy to set up.

Thank you


So far great. Got them yesterday and pull the trailer up on them by myself without any real problems. Hoping to save the tires while the trailer isn't being used


Overall a great investment. Allows us to keep our tires off the ground and protected during the winter months when we aren't actively using the rig.
The biggest problem we've had is that we park on dirt/grass and this just digs in and drags. We put down 3/4 plywood to prevent that from happening.


Thanks a lot Etrailer for the fast shipping
I Ordered my item on the 18 th and received it 2 day later. And thanks for the excellent customer service y’all have. Will be ordering for y’all in the future. Thanks Dwayne Banks


Have to return the product. I do not have enough ground clearance to get the legs to pivot the way they are supposed to. The concept of the legs is great. I wish they could have worked for me.

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