so, i have a 2006 jeep wrangler unlimted and am in the market for a small [8 -12'] vintage travel trailer [cardinal, shasta, jet, caveman or kenskill?]. it occurs to me how low many of these trailers are to the ground. i've had pop up tent trailers in the past and they work okay off roading...nothing major, just to out back rural camping spots. does anyone have any experience or knowledge in the area of lifting a smaller trailer? i've hear of putting the axle under the leafs. i run 30 inch tires on the jeep [tow vehichle] and am willing to go down to p235's and am curious if i could run the same size tire on my trailer [yet to be purchased, still shopping and doing my homework]. i'm concerned about clearence and not thrashing the poor trailer, ya know? i'm most interested in getting a 60's or early 70's cardinal w/ forward kitchen and rear dinnette and they're low riders not to mention my poor stock jeep when a trailer's mounted to it...it was planting corn w/ my dang coleman taos tent trailer for crying out loud! here's pics of the tow vehicle, appreciate any insight or words of wisdom p.s. not afraid to drive the speed limit to get to the trailhead.