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  1. Had the young nephew here again with me and I decided it was time to do a little safety mod to my bottle jack to make it safer when lifting as I had it slip a little lifting a float the other day. All it is is a pipe welded on to flat stock we bent up that slips over the existing saddle to give a larger surface area. Make sure you have some sort of Jack that can safely lift the weight of your rig and is small enough to fit under the trailer when you have a flat tyre. The safest places to lift are directly under the fishplate,axle placed as close as possible to the leaf spring/wheel or on the frame itself. Remember to never let your body under the trailer which is only held in the air by a jack.Use the jack and place at least one stand on the side you've lifted. Cheers.