Well a few months ago, after getting tired of dragging the rear bumper on every anthill I came across, I did the suspension flip. Turns out, its amazing, added a significant amount of lift, was now able to get farther in the backcountry and as an added bonus, the PUP tows better than it ever had, virtually eliminated any sway. After the last trip, the wife and I were doing to usual maintenance, lubricating things that should move but weren't moving very well, and fastening those items that decided to start moving that shouldn't. We noticed a bulge starting to form in the one tire. I was planning on upsizing from the standard 13" rims to 14" rims and new tires this winter as part of a planned overhaul. Well since we had 1 or 2 more trips planned this fall, I went and ordered the new rims/tires from etrailer and installed them this past weekend. Looks great, however, in my shortsightedness, I never accounted that with the lift, nothing I have will reach the lift points to jack the trailer up to change a tire. I ended up using blocking I had laying around the house and made it work, but naturally, would not have that laying around probably if I needed to change a tire along the road. So, I am guessing a lot of folks have done the same suspension lift and ran into this issue. What are some of the recommendations on an affordable, (I know that's very subjective) stable jacking system that would have a reach of about 24" +/-?