I use a small floor jack as others have mentioned. Just make sure you use it to lift the axle and not the frame or else you'll have to lift higher than needed.I'm looking for a jack to change the tire if that is needed on our next (long) trip. I looked around and only found leveling jacks. Has anyone done this? Any suggestions for types?
I suggest trying your tow vehicle jack in your driveway prior to actually needing it, since many have a "head" designed to fit specific areas under the vehicle.
For roadside use I have an old GM truck scissor jack, home use I have a 3ton floor jack with 22" lift.
I carry one in the truck all the time. The stock jacks are a real pain to use. I have a bag I throw in when we go camping with a Milwaukee cordless impact, Milwaukee air compressor and a Cheap tire plug kit from Harbor freight.https://www.amazon.com/Pro-LifT-F-2...words=small+floor+jacks&qid=1624477530&sr=8-2
Put in your tow vehicle and forget about it...Even when not towing the camper you will be glad you have it vs
using the garbage pain in the butt onboard vehicle jack if your TV even has one.
Dont forget to throw a 1/2 drive rachet and extension and socket for your
lug nuts if your camper does not have one,