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TrailerLegs Tire Saver Stands for Trailers w/ Leaf Spring Suspensions - Tandem Axle - 16K - Qty 4

TrailerLegs Tire Saver Stands for Trailers w/ Leaf Spring Suspensions - Tandem Axle - 16K - Qty 4

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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 axles, and use your vehicle to pull the trailer up onto the stands. Lowest Prices for the best trailer jack from TrailerLegs. TrailerLegs Tire Saver Stands for Trailers w/ Leaf Spring Suspensions - Tandem Axle - 16K - Qty 4 part number 326-TRLLG-4 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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TrailerLegs Trailer Jack - 326-TRLLG-4

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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 axles, and use your vehicle to pull the trailer up onto the stands.


Features:

  • 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 axles 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 axles
    • 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


Specs:

  • Application: tandem-axle trailers with leaf-spring suspensions
    • Great for campers, boat trailers, horse trailers, 5th-wheel trailers, and more
  • Quantity: 4 stands
  • Weight capacity: 16,000 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.



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Video of TrailerLegs Tire Saver Stands for Trailers w/ Leaf Spring Suspensions - Tandem Axle - 16K - Qty 4

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for TrailerLegs Trailer Jack - Storage Jack - 326-TRLLG-4 Review

Speaker 1: Today we're going to take a look at the Trailer Legs Tire Saver Stands for a tandem axle trailer. This is for a quantity of four stands. Now these stands will protect and prolong the life of your trailer tires by keeping them up off the ground while your trailer's not in use. It'll eliminate any flat spotting from prolonged periods of your tires baring the trailer weight, and allow you to store your tires off the ground so that they stay round.Basically just place these durable stands on both sides of the axles. Use your vehicle to pull the trailer up onto the stands. It requires one set or two stands for each axle.

These also work great for camping trips because they're super stable. The stand will lift the trailer tires off the ground using the axles to support the weight of the trailer. And it's a solid platform so it offers eight times the stability of rubber tires, which can flex under the weight of your trailer.It's a very simple five minute set up. All you have to do is place these stands right next to the tires on either side of your trailer axle. The U-shaped cradle portion of the stand here will go up against the axle and then you use your tow vehicle to move the trailer forward or backward, depending where you installed the stands, until the stands will pivot upright, just like this, into the raised position.

Holds your axle up in the air and your tires. If you notice on the very bottom here they got rubber gripping bars. These provide a nice stable base and insure consistent activation of your stands.These stands are made of an HDPE material, which is a High Density Polyethylene construction. Insures strength and durability. These are made in the U.S.A.

Again the application for this part is the, Tandem Axle Trailers With Leaf Spring Suspension. I mentioned it's great for campers, boat trailers, horse trailers, fifth wheel trailers, and many others.This is for a quantity of four stands. Total weight capacity is 16,000 pounds total, so it's 4,000 pounds per stand. The weight on each stand is about ten pounds. And the overall dimension on this when it's in the upright position is gonna be about 15 inches long, about eight inches wide, and about 19 inches tall.

But that should do it for the review on the Trailer Legs Tire Saver Stands for a tandem axle trailers.


Customer Reviews

TrailerLegs Tire Saver Stands for Trailers w/ Leaf Spring Suspensions - Tandem Axle - 16K - Qty 4 - 326-TRLLG-4

Average Customer Rating:  4.0 out of 5 stars   (6 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 axles, and use your vehicle to pull the trailer up onto the stands.

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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 592304



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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. 483750



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Fast Delivery from Etrailer ! Easy install and would definitely recommend for long term storage . 636615



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Excellent product. Works just as described and as seen on video. 484767



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Review from a similar TrailerLegs Tire Saver in Trailer Jack


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. 580694



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Review from a similar TrailerLegs Tire Saver in Trailer Jack


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. 670622


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Ask the Experts about this TrailerLegs Trailer Jack

  • Axle Ground Clearance Needed For TrailerLegs Tire Saver Stands
    The TrailerLegs Tire Saver Stands - Tandem Axle # 326-TRLLG-4 have overall dimensions of 15" long x 8" wide x 19" tall. In order for the rubber to grip and allow lift your axles will need to be a minimum of 11-1/2 inches off the ground. The manufacturer recommends using some wheel blocks like # A10-0918 to increase the height of your axle from the ground if needed to assist in making this system work ideally if your axle height is less than the 11-1/2 inches.
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  • Purpose of Separate Triangle Pieces Included with TrailerLegs Tire Saver Stands
    The separate triangular pieces that were included with your TrailerLegs Tire Saver Stands # 326-TRLLG-4 were somewhat recently added by the manufacturer (which is why they might not be mentioned in the manual) to help with some trailers that are lower to the ground. They can basically be used to help the tires on certain trailers step up to the main stands. It doesn't sound like they are needed for your trailer since you're already using the stands without issue, but you can just keep...
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  • Are Trailer Legs Safe for Trailer Axles
    The TrailerLegs Tire Saver Stands # 326-TRLLG-4 are perfectly safe for your axles and will not cause any damage whatsoever. Axles are designed to bear the weight of a trailer and using the TrailerLegs does not affect their capacity or ability to do so. The TrailerLegs # 326-TRLLG-4 are designed to be used on tandem axle trailers and have a 16,000 lb capacity (4 stands each with a 4,000 lb capacity). They are also available for single axle trailers with an 8,000 lb capacity at part...
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  • Can Trailer Legs Tire Saver Stands 326-TRLLG-4 Be Used on Tandem Axle Mallard Travel Trailer
    The USA-made TrailerLegs Tire Saver Stands # 326-TRLLG-4 are safe to use on your 20-foot tandem axle Fleetwood Mallard travel trailer. Since the axles are always supporting the trailer's weight anyway there is no issue using these stands to both protect your tires from flat spots and to better stabilize your trailer. Since the stands are about 8-times more rigid than your trailer's tires, they will also make moving around within the trailer at your campsite a less shaky activity. If...
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  • Do TrailerLegs Tire Saver Stands # 326-TRLLG-4 Require Pavement to be Used
    As long as the ground is level and stable (meaning not mud or anything else you may sink into) the TrailerLegs Tire Saver Stands # 326-TRLLG-4 can be used and they'd work fine.
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  • How To Protect Trailer Tires During Winter Storage
    To protect the tires from flat spots and damage the best practice is to raise the tires off the ground during winter storage. I recommend TrailerLegs Tire Saver Stands for Trailers w/ Leaf Spring Suspensions part # 326-TRLLG-2 for a single axle or part # 326-TRLLG-4 for a tandem axle. These stands do a great job at keeping the tires off the ground to avoid flat spots and dry rot. I still recommend to still use covers on the tires depending on what size wheels you have to protect the...
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  • Does TrailerLegs Tandem Tire Saver Stands Come with Enough Stands for Tandem Axle Trailer
    The TrailerLegs Tandem Tire Saver Stands kit # 326-TRLLG-4 comes with everything you'd need to lift all four wheels of a tandem axle trailer so you could have all of the wheels off at the same time. It comes with four total stands so that all four wheels can be lifted. See attached picture and review video link for more info.
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  • Trailer Jack and Jack Stand Recommendation for Trailer with Dexter Tor-Flex Axles
    You'd have to jack your trailer up by the frame with a bottle jack like the # ALL620471 since the TrailerLegs Tire Saver Stands # 326-TRLLG-4 require your trailer to have standard axles. The part # ALL620471 also doubles as a jack stand too for if you were planning on storing the trailer.
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  • Can TrailerLegs Tire Saver Stands be Used in 1st Position to Store Trailer
    The TrailerLegs Tire Saver Stands # 326-TRLLG-4 were tested and designed for the trailer to be stored in that 2nd position. I did reach out to my contact at TrailerLegs and he said that they haven't tested it out but you can try if you'd like. He mentioned that after getting to the first position you'd want to use wheel chocks to help keep your trailer in place. After that put your vehicle in neutral to see if the trailer moves at all. Even then it still hasn't been tested like this over...
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  • Stabilizer for Fifth Wheel Trailer That is Lived In
    While there is an option for stabilizing your 5th wheel trailer that you are living in, the TrailerLegs Tire Saver Stands # 326-TRLLG-4 do require a tow vehicle to install and are also for when your trailer is in storage as opposed to being lived in. I recommend checking out the Ultra-Fab Economy 5th Wheel King Pin Tripod Stabilizer - Steel - 31" to 54" # UF19-950500 because it is a great way to stabilize your trailer while also being very easy to use. It is for king pins that are 31"...
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  • Will the TrailerLegs Tire Saver Stands for Trailers Work On a Dirt Surface
    The TrailerLegs Tire Saver Stands for Trailers part # 326-TRLLG-4 will work on a dirt surface and yes they can be used while the trailer is being used for a camping trip which I confirmed with TrailerLegs.
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  • Can Trailer Legs 326-TRLLG-4 Be Used at Seasonal Campsite
    You can absolutely use Trailer Legs # 326-TRLLG-4 at your seasonal camping spot to support your trailer and prevent flat spots on your tires. You just want to make sure that you have the necessary minimum height from ground to axle of 10-1/2-inches. The Trailer legs will keep your camper more steady than when it is resting on its flexible tires.
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  • Can TrailerLegs Tire Saver Stands Be Used for Longer Term Trailer Storage
    The TrailerLegs Tire Saver Stands # 326-TRLLG-4 can absolutely be used to take weight off the tires of your Diamond Cargo Trailer while it's in storage. They are fully capable of being used for long periods of time like what you plan on doing. To fill up the new gap between the jack and ground when using the tire stands you can simply use an appropriately sized piece of wood that you source locally or some leveling blocks like the Stackers # A10-0916. I have attached a couple short...
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  • Tire Covers for 32-Inch Tires on Tandem Axle 5th Wheel Trailer
    For your tandem axle 5th wheel with 32-inch tires you can use one of the covers shown on the linked page. We have dual tire covers like part # 290-3922 that you referenced (sold as a single cover for 2 tires) as well as individual covers like # ST7002WH (a set of 2 in white) and # 290-3962 (a set of 4 in tan). Since these different covers are sold in varying quantities you'll want to note this to ensure you order covers for all 4 of your tires. Another way to protect your tires is to...
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  • Benefits of Switching to Trailer Tires with Higher Load Range and Speed Ratings
    Excellent question. There is no disadvantage to using a special trailer tire with a higher weight Load Range Rating than is required by your trailer's weight. Doing so simply means that those higher-rated tires will tend to run cooler, since they will be operated below maximum capacity, and this is always a good thing with any tire. Heat is the worst enemy of a tire and the two conditions that typically lead to excess heat build-up are overloading beyond rated weight capacity and...
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  • How to Change Just Two Tires at a Time on Tandem Axle Trailer
    When changing just a couple tires at a time on your trailer, you will want to keep the trailer raised up off the ground to keep weight off the remaining tires. You can use jack stands like # PTW41021 to stabilize the jacked up trailer or the TrailerLegs Tire Save Stands # 326-TRLLG-4 to both lift the wheels off the ground and keep it raised while you head out to get the new tires mounted on your wheels. I don't recommend lowering the trailer so that its total weight is just on 2 tires....
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  • How Many Miles and How Long Will My Goodyear Tires Last
    Since trailer tires are built with a thicker side wall they are designed to take a heavier load so they don't really have a mileage rating. Most trailer tires last 5-6 years before they should be replaced. However, there a few reasons for failure. Heat buildup is the leading reason for blow outs so it is a good idea to keep your trailer under the weight capacity of the tires. Overloaded tires allow for heat build up which leads to blow outs. Most tires require they be filled to max...
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  • Tire Saver Stands for 12,000-lb 5th Wheel Trailer
    I have just what you need for saving your 5th wheel trailer tires from getting flat spots, the TrailerLegs Tire Saver Stands. Kit # 326-TRLLG-4 for tandem axles and kit # 326-TRLLG-6 for triple axle trailers allow you to lift your trailer up off the tires while it is at your campsite. The Tire Savers install easily at each end of your axles and not only protect your tires from flat spots, but they also make your docked trailer more steady since they replace the small footprint of tire...
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  • TrailerLegs Tire Saver Stands for Lighter Tandem Axle Trailer
    The combined 8,000 pound weight capacity for the Single Axle TrailerLegs Tire Saver Stands # 326-TRLLG-2 is enough to support the weight of your trailer but you will still want a set on each axle to provide proper lift on all 4 tires. Using just one set may keep the other axle low enough that those tires aren't off the ground. We do have a tandem axle set with part # 326-TRLLG-4 that includes 4 stands. I have attached a short video review that you can check out as well.
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  • How to Lift Class B Motorhome Off Ground to Protect Tires and Suspension for Full-Time Occupancy
    Lifting your parked RV will help protect your tires from flat spots but stabilizer jacks like # UF48-979002 or # TJ01RT-HD are not suitable since they are not designed to handle the entire weight of the RV, only to support/stabilize a portion of it. A better solution is the TrailerLegs Tire Saver Stands # 326-TRLLG-4 which support the RV by the axles. The stands take all load off the tires which will prevent bends to the steel belts; bending of the belts is non-reversible. The stands...
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  • Is it Important to Get Trailer Tires Off Ground if Trailer will be Stored Long Term
    It's going to be a good idea to get the weight off of your tires when it's stored long term. If the tires sit in the same spot for an extended period of time they tend to get flat spots which makes for a rough ride and wears them out prematurely. So the easy solution is the TrailerLegs Tire Saver Stands # 326-TRLLG-2 for a single axle trailer or # 326-TRLLG-4 for a tandem. This is a really easy way to get the tires off the ground so they'll last as long as possible. Basically you put these...
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