by Ned Stoller Ned Stoller

Envision this:  It’s a cold, rainy day.  You are trying to hitch your trailer to your truck to move that load.  Your back hurts and your elbow or shoulder is reminding you how sore it is – but you still have to turn that crank handle to raise the tongue of your trailer.  Around and around and around.  As you are cranking, you are leaning over, possibly moving your body up and down with each revolution to help with the effort.  Water is trickling down the back of your neck – or even soaking your back because you forgot your raincoat.
Sound familiar to all you trailer owners?  It does to me.  Even ten years ago I was effortlessly turning that crank – but times have changed and so has my body.  That task still has to get done, though.  Whether you are hauling horses or hay, a camping trailer or a heavy implement on your farm, at some point or another you will need to raise or lower that tongue to hitch it to your vehicle.
Here’s an easy solution.  The electric trailer jack will solve those problems.

We here at DWT want to be able to offer you options for any need you might have, whether it is because you are a spinal cord injury survivor, you’ve injured a body part and are recovering, you have a debilitating disease, or just because your body isn’t as young as it used to be.

In fact, Disability Work Tools could also be called “Enabling Working” Tools.  Our goal is to solve your challenges with a tool, piece of equipment, or just by suggesting a different way to complete the job.  Please contact us if you have a situation where a task is difficult to accomplish – perhaps we can put our years of knowledge and experience to work for you.