I carry my "spare" around my waist, it just "popped on"
problem is now I can't get the damn thing off.
I used to have a spare wheel inside my trailer,
after thousands of trouble free miles and the fact that the Bushtec had mags with tubed tires,
I did away with the extra weight, and gained some space,
the Bushtec wheel tube isn't much harder to change than a bicycle wheel.
If I had the same wheels that Ron and other HF type trailers use I might also carry a spare wheel
although you can get them at any Wallmart.
The Bushtec has air suspension, a little air valve on the tongue just behind the hitch, works well,
when you add some weight just give it a little more air
or if you've got as much $$$ as Steve does, just push the button!
I can look in my mirrors at the canter of my trailer wheels and see if I have the right amount of air in my shocks.
A- (canter) not enough air, V- to much, H- just right,
like many others I mounted a little air compressor under the tour pack in place of the charcoal canister,
so I can air up anytime,
(love the look on stranded motorist faces when I blow up their flat on the side of the road)