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Does TrailerLegs Tandem Tire Saver Stands Come with Enough Stands for Tandem Axle Trailer

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I have a Winnebago 2410RG with a fully loaded max weight of 7,000 lbs. Would one set of the trailer legs lift both axles off the ground so all for tires could be changed or would I need to pair to do so?

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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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Thanks for the quick response. Let me rephrase the question. If I use one set (2) trailer legs under one of the two axles will it lift all 4 wheels off the ground safely. Also the owners manual says not to jack the trailer up using the axle. Isn't using trailer legs the same thing? Is it possible to damage the axle using them? Thanks

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Most likely not all the way. If you check out the picture I attached you can see a customer of ours who did just that and the other axle did not come all the way off the ground. Jacking trailers up by the axle is risky since they are round, but with this the axle is supported at all angles so it would not slip. It also supports both sides of the axle as well.

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