Bulldog Trailer Jack - BD183901
With a front-facing plunger pin and 29-1/2" retracted height, this jack offers maximum lifting power in low gear and the fastest cranking in its weight class in high gear. Crank sold separately.
- 2-Speed design makes cranking faster and easier
- Low gear: full lifting power offers smooth and easy ratio of 1" every 29 turns
- High gear: ultimate speed with 1" for every 9 turns - fastest in the weight class
- Ideal for standard agricultural, construction and industrial trailer applications
- Traditional gearbox design requires you to reposition crank to switch gears
- Smooth and simple operation
- Specially engineered alloys provide strength and stability
- Painted surfaces include both inner and outer tubes and drop leg
- Drop leg with non-spring return increases overall extension for maximum adjustability
- "Non-spring return" means user will need to physically lift jack at the foot to return to up position
- Plunger pin positioned to the front
- Standard footplate included
- Sidewind crank not included
- Bracket height:
- 29-1/2" Retracted
- 42" Extended
- Drop-leg travel: 13-1/2"
- Lift: 12-1/2"
- Tubing width: 4"
- Lift capacity: 10,000 lbs
- Static capacity: 12,000 lbs
- Limited 5-year warranty
183901 Bulldog 2-Speed Square Jack with Non-Spring Return Drop Leg, Traditional Gearbox, 12-1/2" Travel, 12,000 lbs - SWQ 180 DL-BXT
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- How to Change Speeds on Bulldog 2-Speed Jack - Drop Leg w/ Non-Spring Return, # BD183901
- According to Bulldog, on the 2-Speed Jack - Drop Leg w/ Non-Spring Return, # BD183901, to engage high gear you will need to push the shaft in (towards the jack). To engage low gear, pull the shaft out away from the jack. The shaft in this case is the bar the handle attaches to. It moves ever so slightly. The jack handle moves from 5/8 inches to 3/4 inches when shifting.
Try it without any load. With the shaft pushed in and in high gear, this is the higher speed setting. Pulled out and in low
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