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BAL 28050 Light Trailer Tire Leveler
by BAL R.V. Products Group

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We use it to level our 13" aframe hard sided pop up camper and love it. It fits around the tire with about 1/2 an inch to spare which leads me to believe it might work with 14" tires but I don't think it would work on anything bigger than 14".
By John D. Dillbeck on April 10, 2015
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I'm not an engineer, so I can't directly answer that question. My travel trailer is between 3000 and 3500 # (depending on the load) and the jack lifts and supports the wheel. If I need to lift it several inches it can take a while to crank it by hand, but it does a fine job getting the trailer level. I have recently… see more I'm not an engineer, so I can't directly answer that question. My travel trailer is between 3000 and 3500 # (depending on the load) and the jack lifts and supports the wheel. If I need to lift it several inches it can take a while to crank it by hand, but it does a fine job getting the trailer level. I have recently tried using an impact drill to raise the jack (because this type of drill does not twist your wrist) but there were some problems with that approach. The jack-screw started to show signs of metel shavings which might mean I am near the limit of the jack's weight load. That said - I would buy another one of these if this one breaks. If you get one you might also want to buy a large pizza-delivery bag to store it in. Works perfect. see less
By Mr. P on June 11, 2014
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Not sure. I have 14" tires on my trailer and they are a snug fit. My guess is that they would fit. With the smaller tire you may have to do some cranking to get plates up snug to the tire which would be no problem to then level the trailer.
By Amazon Customer on August 12, 2014
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We use this product regularly and haven't worried about any warranty. It is just a very nice product and works well.
By Morgan Bleak on April 28, 2015
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No, there is a given wrench, it works great.
By Morgan Bleak on May 14, 2015
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It's rather heavy, I'd estimate 10-15 pounds. It is quite awkward to carry.
By Robusmcs13 Tech on May 7, 2015
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4-6 " I don't think as high as 8".
By Mary B. on August 20, 2015
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It fits 13 to 15 inch tires, so yes.
By Michael W Smith on August 11, 2015
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In my opinion, I don't think it would work with your trailer. I think your trailer is too heavy for this product.
By Mary B. on August 4, 2015