I had the same problem,
I have a wheel chock that I run the front tire into , I marked the position of the rear tire. Next I cut (2) 2 feet long 2 x 12's. I used 2 deck screws to join them to give me a 4" thick piece. I then cut that on a 30 degree bevel on one end. Which I use as a ramp to lift the back wheel. I used a wood bit to drill (2) 1" deep holes which I put (2) 4" deck screws to hold it in place ( hence the earlier mark the center position of the rear tire). I shot it out the trailer several times before I realized that I needed to anchor the ramp. So the front tire settles into the wheel chock as the rear tire rest on the center of the ramp. :grin2: once up the jack and adaptor worked wonderfully.
I have changed tires without the jack adapter but that is a heart attack for another day.:devil2:
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