Frank C Posted June 3, 2022 Share Posted June 3, 2022 2 hours ago, csevel said: I think the results will vary with the EZ Flex as we DID in fact try it with the Rapid Jack which is 7" tall on an asphalt driveway and it did NOT lift the other tire off the ground at all. Just saying. Seems like we now have documented evidence from various owners that this method (ramp method) both does and does not work (Schrodinger’s Ramp? 🙂). There are a lot of variables that haven’t been detailed as part of the tests done. Things like trailer weight and trailer CG (center of gravity) depending on options, tanks empty or full, tongue height when hooked to tow vehicle, weight of tow vehicle, using ramp on forward or rear axle, etc. all might be affecting how much the Dexter EZ Flex suspension articulates (and how much the trailer tongue raises also) when using a ramp, and whether or not the other tire lifts off the ground. I’ll stick with my Army surplus HUMVEE scissor jack. I can get both tires on the same side off the ground so I can also rotate the tires front to back when doing my bearing maintenance. 3 1 2019 Oliver Legacy Elite II - Hull #461 Tow Vehicle: 2019 Ford F-250 SuperCab 4x4, 6.2L Flex-Fuel engine Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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