Hi All, I have been thinking about how to jack up our NTU pup while traveling in case of a flat. At home, I have a hydraulic floor jack, but that's too much to take on the road, IMO. With 10" wheels, our 2017 Somerset Chesapeake only has about 6.25" clearance below the axle mount. I have been looking at getting a bottle jack and carrying that in the TV while we are out and about. With the low clearance, it would need to be a low profile jack. I found one on amazon, but it's not Prime and would likely not be delivered until after we take it out for the first time in two weeks. I've looked online for an auto parts store, but none of them seem to carry a low profile jack. I checked the owner's manual, which states that "weight should only be lifted using the main frame bar." Would the "main frame bar" be the part of the frame that the leaf springs attach to that runs front-to-back? If I am safe jacking it up from that part of the frame, then I don't need a low profile jack and it would be much easier to get one in time for our maiden voyage. As an alternate plan, tomorrow I am going to check the jack that came with my Outback and see if I could get that to work. Thoughts?