Trailer Side Kicks are helpful both for parking your vehicle inside your trailer and for changing a trailer tire. Side Kicks fit in front of a trailer’s wheel wells to provide a tapered, protective guide between your vehicle’s wheels and the trailer’s steel wheel wells. Tall (removable) flags mark their placement and help guide you into the trailer without any scrapes or scratches.
In addition, Trailer Side Kicks can be used as ramps for changing a trailer tire: Simply drive the good tire onto the ramp and the flat tire will be lifted off of the ground for easy removal and replacement. They can be used on any level surface—pavement, grass, or even sand—without sinking.
Side Kicks provide 7.5” of lift with a 13 degree angle of approach. Weighing in at only 8 lbs. each, they can still hold up to 1,500 lbs. each, for a total vehicle weight capacity of 6,000 lbs. They are sold individually or as a set of two.
- APPROACH ANGLE
- WEIGHT CAPACITY
Dimensions: 31”L x 12”W x 7.5”H
Angle of approach: 13 degrees
Ramp weight capacity: 1,500 lbs. per ramp
Total vehicle weight capacity: 6,000 lbs.
Maximum tire width: 10”
Product weight: 8 lbs. per ramp
Sold as: individual side kick (RR-TR-SK-1) or set of two side kicks (RR-TR-SK)
RR-RK-SK-1 weight of 8 lbs., box size of 33.5”L x 14.75”W x 8.5”H
RR-RK-SK weight of 17 lbs., box size of 33.5”L x 14.75”W x 8.5”H
• 100% solid, made with a high-density expanded polystyrene that is coated with a hybrid polyurea.
• Lightweight, yet strong and durable.
• Will not rust or transfer heat or cold.
• No-skid, no-scuff material protects your garage flooring from damage.
• Comes with a carrying strap for easy transport and storage.
• Sold individually or as a set of two.
• When buying directly from this site, they come with a 30-day satisfaction guarantee.
• Proudly made in the USA!
• Use on a level, flat surface.
• Ensure that the bottom of the side kick makes full contact with a solid surface.
• Do not exceed the recommended maximum tire width or vehicle weight capacity.
• Never accelerate or apply brakes suddenly. Drive up on ramps in a slow, steady pace.
• When the vehicle is in place, put it in park (or in reverse gear for manual transmissions) and set the emergency brake.
• Place wheel chocks behind each tire during use.