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Electric Motor for R.V. Landing Gear (75333)

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Code:   75391

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Atwood Accessories and Parts - 75391


Features:

  • Adds convenience to the R.V. Landing Gear
  • The 12 VDC Motor allows for manual override


Note: The Motor Decreases the capacity rating of the the landing gear to 5,000 lbs.



75391 Electric Motor for R.V. Landing Gear (75333)








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Electric Motor for R.V. Landing Gear (75333) - 75391

Average Customer Rating:  4.5 out of 5 stars   (2 Customer Reviews)




- 75391

by: Y. B.04/21/2015


Just received the unit and it looks in good shape. The unit was well packaged. Won't be able to tell if it works or not until I install it and that may be a few weeks, but I'm optimistic that it will perform beyond my expectations. 187143



- 75391

by: Eddie R.10/19/2013


I have no complaints. Thanks 104384

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  • Replacement Gear Box and Bevel Gear Kit for an Atwood Landing Gear System
  • I spoke with my contact at Atwood and verified that all of their landing gear sets can use the same gear box, so you can use the Replacement Gear Box Assembly, # 75054SP, that you referenced. I also confirmed with my contact at Atwood, that it is difficult to turn a single motor system into a dual motor system, without adding and replacing a few components of your current system. To turn your single motor system into a dual motor system, you would have to replace the follower leg with...
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  • Replacement Landing Gear Motor for Atwood Motor Mobile MPD 71119
  • I found the link you were thinking of (it's attached), and the correct replacement motor for the # Atwood MPD 71119 is the part # AT75367 that I referenced. I believe the confusion may have came from the fact that the part number you did end up buying was also mentioned on the page.
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  • How to Wire the Electric Motor for RV Landing Gear # 75391 On a 5th Wheel Trailer
  • Start by mounting the motor and switch and removing the fuse on the Electric Motor for R.V. Landing Gear, item # 75391, until installation is complete. There are 4 wires, 2 red and 2 black on the switch and two wires, 1 red and 1 yellow on the motor. One set of red and black wires on the switch are 48 inches long and will be wired to the vehicle battery. The red wire with inline fuse holder is attached to the 12 volt positive battery terminal and the black wire is wired to the negative...
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  • Availability of Replacement Parts for RBW Landing Gear on 1989 Fleetwood Prowler 5th Wheel
  • I contacted Fleetwood RV, the maker of your 1989 Prowler 5th Wheel. Due to the age of the trailer they no longer have much information on it, but they advised that the original landing gear was electric (powered) and made by RBW. They could not tell me the weight of your 1989 5th wheel trailer nor the particular model nor weight rating of your landing gear. AL-KO no longer manufactures replacement parts for RBW landing gear, but there are companies offering some parts. In order to identify...
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  • How Do I Wire Replacement Switch With 6 Terminals On Atwood 5th Wheel Landing Gear Jacks
  • I contacted our representative at Atwood and she informed me that there will be a 12 volt and ground terminal for each leg and that the extra 12 volt and ground can be hooked up to a light but is not necessary. She informed me that the switch is reverse polarity and it does not matter which terminal is the ground or 12 volt power. So to wire you will first want to remove the fuse from the motor of part # 75391. Then, run one set of the red and black wire from the switch to one side of...
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  • Availability of a Dual Leg Electric Trailer Jack for a 3 Horse Trailer with Living Quarters
  • I have posted a link below to the electric powered jacks that we carry. At this time we do not carry hydraulic trailer jacks. There is an option for converting the Bulldog Square Jack - Drop Leg w/ Non-Spring Return - Sidewind - 12-1/2 inch Lift - 12,000 lbs, item # BD182400, to an electrically operated jack. The Bulldog Powered-Drive Kit for Single-Speed Jacks w/ 12,000-lb Capacity, item # BD1824200100, can be used with the # BD182400 jack. The final option that we have that may...
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  • Can Atwood RV Landing Gear Be Changed From A Single Motor To A Dual Motor
  • If you have the Atwood 6,000 Lbs. RV Landing Gear # 75333 with a single motor and want to change to a dual motor, you will need to purchase three additional items. You will need to purchase the Atwood Electric Motor for R.V. Landing Gear # 75391, which is the extra motor. Also, you will need the Atwood RV Landing Gear Driver Leg # 71488 and the Atwood Replacement Gear Box Assembly for Atwood RV Landing Gear # 75054SP. This setup will allow you to have one motor on each driver leg on...
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  • Troubleshooting Atwood Electric Motor, # 75391 For R.V. Landing Gear Blowing Fuses
  • I spoke with my contact at Atwood about the problem you are having blowing the fuse on the Electric Motor, # 75391, for R.V. Landing Gear # 75333. He stated that you cannot use a larger fuse because that would allow too much stress to be placed on the motor and could damage it. He also stated that it does not have a thermal connector switch. There could be a couple of potential causes leading to the fuse blowing. If the system is not under load and it blows, it could be that the jack...
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  • Parts Needed To Convert Single-Motor Atwood Landing Gear To Dual-Motor On Fifth Wheel Trailer
  • If the landing gear you have on your fifth wheel is the Atwood 6,000-Lbs. RV Landing Gear, part # 75333, you will need to purchase three additional items. You will first need to the Atwood Electric Motor for R.V. Landing Gear, part # 75391. You will also need the Atwood RV Landing Gear Driver Leg, part # 71488, and last you will need the Atwood Replacement Gear Box Assembly for Atwood RV Landing Gear # 75054SP. This will give you an additional drive leg on the passenger side. If...
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  • Motor Availability for the Bulldog Landing Gear Jacks BD500162
  • I spoke with my contact at Bulldog and he said that he has heard of people using the landing gear motor part # 75391 with the Bulldog jacks part # BD500162 that you referenced. But since they have not fully tested this they can't guarantee it will work just fine. However, we had a customer come back and leave a review saying they used this motor with this jack set and it worked well. My contact at Bulldog said that this jack set was originally designed for a trailer manufacturer that...
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  • Replacement Switch For Atwood Electric RV Jack
  • I spoke with my contact at Atwood and they told me that if the jack you are having issues with is on a fifth-wheel RV, then part # AT70254 would be the replacement switch that would work for you. They also told me that if you have a camper or A-Frame the jack is attached to this would not be the switch to use. If you determine the motor needs to be replaced we do offer a replacement motor for an RV landing gear that is designed to work with 5000 lb jacks. That part number is # 75391....
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  • 5th Wheel Trailer Landing Gear Stops Working and Makes a Loud Noise
  • It sounds like the problem could be the motor, gear box, or an internal problem with the legs. If it starts off fine but then won't go any further then it is likely the gear box or motor. We have a gear box for Atwood landing gear, # 75054SP, and for Stromberg Carlson, Lippert, and Venture landing gear # LG-179015. We also have various replacement motors and I have included a link to them for you. Note that not all of them are for landing gear. Choosing the correct parts is going...
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  • Replacement Gear Box for Atwood Landing Gear on a 5th Wheel Trailer
  • It sounds like you potentially need replacement gear box assembly # 75054SP for your Atwood landing gear. If the set up on your brother's trailer looks like # 75333 then this is the correct replacement. It is the only Atwood gear box that we carry.
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  • Troubleshooting Trailer Landing Gear that Blows Fuse when Motor is Good
  • Fuses blow because the circuit is getting overdrawn. If the motor of your landing gear is fine but you are still blowing fuses that would indicate that either you are overloading the jack and it is drawing too much amperage, or the next likely candidate would be that the gear box of the jack is damaged and is causing the motor to work too hard to raise or lower the trailer. If there is a manual lever on your landing gear you could try raising and lower the landing gear with it to determine...
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  • Replacement Landing Gear Motor for Atwood Motor Mobile MPD 71119
  • Actually, for a replacement Atwood motor to replace the one you currently have that has Atwood MPD 71119 listed on the motor you would want the # AT75367.
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  • Wiring the Electric Motor for R.V. Landing Gear # 75391
  • You will first want to mount the motor and switch on the Electric Motor for R.V. Landing Gear, # 75391. Make sure to remove the fuse until installation is complete. There are 4 wires (2 red and 2 black) on the switch. On the motor, there are two wires (1 red and 1 yellow). The shorter set of red and black wires on the switch need to be wired to the vehicle battery. Attach the red wire with in-line fuse holder to the positive battery terminal. Attach the black wire to the negative...
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  • Powered Landing Gear Motor Recommendation for 20K-lb 5th Wheel Trailer
  • We do offer several brands and models of replacement 5th wheel landing gear motors, including the Atwood # 75391 that you referenced. This motor is rated for applications up to 5000-lbs tongue weight. We also offer Stromberg Carlson's # LG-217884 Motor and Switch Kit, rated for 6000-lbs. The motor alone is also available as part # LG-142178. Pricing for all is available on each product page and both Stromberg Carlson motors carry a 1-year warranty and 2-years for the Atwood.
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  • Wiring Scheme for Atwood Electric Landing Gear Motor Switch
  • The switch in this kit is also offered on its own as part # AT70254. The wiring scheme for this switch varies depending on the number of motors employed as shown in the linked instructions. If used with a single motor the switch wires connect as follows: 48-inch red wire to battery +, 48-inch black wire to battery -, 84-inch red wire to red motor lead and 84-inch black wire to yellow motor lead. You want to ensure that the switch you intend to use to operate your landing gear motor...
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  • Installation Details For The Atwood RV Landing Gear # 75333 On A 1996 Fleetwood Mallard
  • If the Atwood RV Landing Gear # 75333 can be mounted between 52 and 74 inches apart and as long as the pin or tongue weight of the trailer when fully loaded and ready to tow is less than 6,000 lbs, you will be able to use the Atwood RV Landing Gear, part # 75333. The Atwood RV Landing Gear # 75333 is designed as a bolt-on application. This landing gear has a manual crank to raise and lower. If you prefer an automatic operation, we have the Electric Motor for R.V. Landing Gear, part # 75391.
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  • Troubleshooting Landing Gear Switch Not Extending Landing Gear Legs
  • It sounds like you could possibly have a bad switch for your landing gear. I spoke with my contacts at two landing gear manufacturers, and they both suggested testing the switch to determine if it is working properly. To test the switch, you can use a 12V battery to supply power to the wire from the switch that signals the jack to extend. If the landing gear extends with the 12V battery, then the switch is bad and will need to be replaced. Another option for testing the switch is...
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  • Adding a Motor to Atwood # 75333 Manually-Operated 5th Wheel Landing Gear
  • I see that you referenced Atwood Landing Gear # 75333. If this is the landing gear on your 5th wheel you can use their add-on electric motor kit # 75391. Do please note that the addition of the motor does cause the landing gear to lose 1000-lbs of its capacity, which drops to 5000-lbs. The motor kit includes the motor assembly and mounting hardware, as well as the switch and wiring. If you have a different brand of landing gear please let me know the brand, weight rating and model number...
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  • How to Connect Atwood Electric Motor for R.V. Landing Gear # 75391 To Switch Already On Trailer.
  • On the Atwood Electric Motor for R.V. Landing Gear, part # 75391, one set of red and black wires on the switch will be wired to the vehicle battery. The red wire should be wired with an inline fuse holder to the 12 volt positive battery terminal and the black wire is wired to the negative battery post or a clean, paint and corrosion free chassis ground. The second set of red and black wires on the switch will attach to the motor leads. The red wire goes to the red motor lead and the...
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  • Trailer Landing Gear Jack Blows a Fuse when Trying to Retract the Jack Legs
  • Normally when a fuse blows on an electric jack it is because it is overloaded or being over extended. But since you are retracting the leg it does not seem like this is what is happening. It very well could be a wiring issue. If you have a set up like # 75391 I have included a picture that shows how it should be wired along with the following explanation from a co-worker. There are 4 wires, 2 red and 2 black on the switch and two wires, 1 red and 1 yellow on the motor. One set...
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  • Replacement Powered Landing Gear for Older Fleetwood 5th Wheel Camper Trailer
  • Since your Fleetwood is as old as it is I don't think we are going to have any landing gear motors that would fit. I am impressed your landing gear still works, but since we don't carry the Atwood/Hellstar 70067 kit the best option would be to replace the entire system with the modern Atwood kit part # 75333 and then the motor kit part # 75391.
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  • Replacement Landing Gear Motor for a 2005 Crossroads Cross Terrain 5th Wheel Trailer
  • There should be some information somewhere on the landing gear that indicates the manufacturer and/or model number of the landing gear. If you have Atwood landing gear then motor # 75391 is likely the correct replacement motor. It is designed for landing gear # 75333. This landing gear has the motor turned to the side rather than straight up and down like man other landing gear sets. Your landing gear is likely made by Atwood or Lippert and many of the parts are interchangeable but to...
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  • Would Replacement Motor Eliminate Noise In Atwood Landing Gear On 2005 Travel Supreme Trailer
  • If you have replaced the pin and the gear box on your landing gear, it seems there are only a couple of components you have not addressed. Unfortunately, we would not be able to say for certain that replacing the motor would take care of the clicking sound you are hearing. Are you sure the sound is coming from the main gear or could it be coming from the follower? Or could it possibly be coming from the screw that is inside the landing gear leg itself as it raises or lowers? Without seeing...
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  • Weight Capactiy of Atwood Electric Motor for RV Landing Gear
  • The Atwood Electric Motor part # 75391 reduces the weight capacity of the landing gear to 5,000 pounds. The motor cannot lift anymore weight than 5,000 pounds, regardless of what the landing gear is rated at.
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  • How to Change to a 2 Drive Landing Gear Set on a Trailer that Originally had a Single Drive Atwood
  • I spoke to my contact at Atwood and he informed me that what you are going to need to add a second drive leg to your 2014 Reflection 337 to replace your current follower leg since following legs are not designed to have drive motors. For a drive leg you could get the Driver Leg Atwood Landing Gear Jack part # 71488, you will also need the Electric Motor for R.V. Landing Gear # 75391 and the replacement Gearbox part # 75054SP.
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  • Weight Capacity for Atwood Landing Gear Motor 75391
  • If the gear box of your Atwood landing gear is damaged you would need to replace the entire gear box with the part # 75054SP. The motor part # 75391 that you referenced has a capacity of 5,000 lbs.
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  • What is the Maximum Amperage Draw of the Atwood Electric Motor and Switch, # 75391
  • The Electric Motor and Switch, # 75391, is rated for a maximum of 30 amps. Any more than that will blow the fuse and can damage the motor and jack. This motor can be used with the Atwood RV Landing Gear, # 75333 but it will reduce the capacity of the landing gear to 5,000 pounds.
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