Use this electric tongue jack to lift your trailer with the flip of a switch. The sturdy steel jack can handle up to 3,500 lbs. It has 19" of travel and a 5" drop leg for extra lift. LED lights on both sides boost visibility at night. Call 800-298-8924 to order Stromberg Carlson camper jack part number JET-3555 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Stromberg Carlson products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack - Drop Leg - A-Frame - 24" Lift - 3,500 lbs - White. Camper Jack reviews from real customers.
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Stromberg Carlson Electric A-Frame Trailer Jack Review

Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack - Drop Leg - A-Frame - 24" Lift - 3,500 lbs - White

Stromberg Carlson Camper Jack

(10 reviews)


Code:   JET-3555

Retail:$249.95

Price: $163.95 after instant rebate

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Stromberg Carlson Camper Jack - JET-3555

Use this electric tongue jack to lift your trailer with the flip of a switch. The sturdy steel jack can handle up to 3,500 lbs. It has 19" of travel and a 5" drop leg for extra lift. LED lights on both sides boost visibility at night.


Features:

  • Electric jack with 12V motor lets you lift and lower your A-frame trailer quickly and easily
  • Top-mounted toggle switches are easily accessible
  • Large LED side lights make it simple to set up your camper at night
    • Also ease weight distribution hookup and disconnect
  • Bubble level on top of housing helps you level your trailer
    • Bull's-eye design shows front to back and side to side
  • Built-in clutch protects gears and motor
  • Drop leg allows for greater adjustability
  • Rust-resistant powder coated steel parts are strong and durable
  • Housing is made of vacuum-formed plastic for protection from the elements
    • White cover is painted to resist yellowing
  • Round, zinc-plated steel footplate provides stability
  • Emergency crank (included) allows you to manually operate jack if needed
  • Easy bolt-on or weld-on installation for A-frame trailers
    • 3 Star washers included to ensure good ground connection
    • Mounting holes fit 3" spacing


Specs:

  • Bracket height:
    • 8-1/2" Retracted
    • 27-1/2" Extended
  • Total Lift: 24"
    • Travel: 19"
    • Drop leg: 5"
  • Clearance from bottom of mounting plate to top of jack: 23"
  • Lift capacity: 3,500 lbs
  • Outer tube diameter: 2-3/16"
  • Inner tube diameter: 1-15/16"
  • Footplate diameter: 5-1/2"
  • Power wire: 10 gauge
  • Motor draws 30 amps under load
  • 2-Year warranty


JET-3555 Stromberg Carlson Electric A-Frame Trailer Jack - White - 24" Lift - 3,500 Pounds








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Video Transcript for Stromberg Carlson Camper Jack JET-3555 Review

Today we're going to be taking a look at the Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack. It's going to feature a 12-volt motor. It's going to let you lift and lower your A-frame trailer quickly and easily, so no matter having to hand crank like with those manually operated jacks. This jack features a lift capacity of 3500 pounds. It's going to work great for most trailers out there. It's going to feature these top-mounted toggle switches.

Accessibility is super easy on this jack. Toggle switches are right here, they are protected, they've got a nice coating on them for an easy grip design. They're going to be protected from the elements. One of those toggles simply controls the LED lights located on each side of the trailer jack. The other one controls the up and down movement of the trailer jack. Again, it does feature these large LED lights here on the sides.

These are designed to simply broadcast light at a downward angle which is going to illuminate your coupler area. It's going to make connecting and disconnecting much easier in low light or even at night. That's a great feature of this unit. Located here on top, it does feature a bubble level. That's going to help level your trailer. That bullseye design helps level front to back and side to side.

This jack features a built in clutch that's designed to simply protect the gearing and the motor. It's going to feature a single wire design. This is your power wire. It measures about six feet long. It's going to be a 10-gauge wire.

That's how it receives it's power. The unit is going to ground through mounting hardware. Now mounting hardware is not included, but it does come with three star washers to help ensure a good solid ground connection. Now those are 3/8 inch diameter washers, that's the inner diameter, so they'll accept mounting hardware that has a diameter of 3/8 of an inch as well. Again, the mounting hardware is not included but it does come with those three star washers to make for a good ground connection. This motor's going to draw 30 amps under load. The jack is fuse protected, so right here in the fuse holder there's going to be a 30-amp fuse. One of them is already installed. It also comes with a spare. The jack features a drop leg, which allows for greater and quicker adjustability. Drop leg is held in place with this pin and clip. If we pull that out, that piece right there is our drop leg. Multi-hole design. Again, allows for easy and quick adjustability when needed. Also reduces the amount of retracting so when you're ready to set your trailer, or park it, you can extend the drop leg first by pulling the pin and clip movement to the hole that gives you the most distance or added length and then you can retract the jack and you just don't have to do as much retracting. Once you find the hole you need you simply just place in that pin and it secures that clip on the other side. The drop leg is included. The jack is also going to feature rust resistant finishes. We're going to have a powder coated, steel here on the outer tube and on the mounting plate. Then the inner tube, drop leg, and footplate is going to be a zinc-plated steel. Right here at the housing, this is made of vacuum formed plastic for protection from the elements. That's a very strong durable design. The cover is white in color and it's designed to resist fading and corrosion. At the bottom of that drop leg is the round footplate. That does a great job at spreading out the applied weight, especially on softer surfaces to help prevent sinking. That footplate diameter is about 5-1/2 inches. The unit also comes with an emergency crank handle that allows you to manually operate the jack if needed. For example, if you lose power or you have power failure, you can use this to still control the up and down movement of the jack. This jack can be bolted onto your trailer frame, so it's a bolt on installation. It can also be welded on to your trailer frame. Again, it is designed for an A-frame trailer. Mounting hardware is not included but it does come with those three star washers. These mount holes are going to be separated on center by about 3 inches. That's kind of industry standard so it is going to fit most of the A-frame trailers out there on the market. A few measurements to go over with you real quick and then we're actually going to hook it up to power. That way you can see what the lights look like and you can kind of get an idea of how quiet and how quick it is. With it fully retracted, which is the position it's in now, the unit gives us a bracket height from the ground to the bottom of the bracket of about 8-1/2 inches. With it fully extended, that increased to 27-1/2 inches which gives us a travel of 19 inches. That drop leg provides an additional 5 inches of travel, which gives us a total lift with this jack of 24 inches. Now I mentioned that crank handle earlier. The location to insert that is right here where that level is located. What you do is you simply remove that cap, and then in there is going to be the connection point for that crank handle. This cap creates a really nice tight seal. That way you don't have to worry about dirt and moisture getting in there. That's a nice design as well. The amount of clearance that we have from the bottom of the mounting plate to the very top of the jack, it's going to measure about 23 inches all the way up to the top of that level. Outer tube diameter is 2-1/4 inches. Inner tube diameter is 2 inches. We're going to go and hook it up to power. That way you can see what it looks like, and how those lights work. I'm trying to hook up my power wire and then I need to make a good ground connection. That should do it. Right here we have those LED lights, nice soft light, again it's going to take that light, put it at a downward angle. There's going to be another located right there on the other side. When you're ready to lift the jack up, all you have to do is lift up on this toggle. Pretty quiet operation. Nice smooth, consistent movement as well. Internal components do come lubricated, so that's going to allow for smooth operation. As soon as you let go it stops and then you can just push down to retract it. There is a sticker there that gives you a visual indicator. It simply just states that you don't want to retract it beyond that point. Once we hit the top of that sticker we simply just want to let off of the toggle switch to keep from over-retracting our jack. That's going to do it for today's look at the Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack.


Customer Reviews

Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack - Drop Leg - A-Frame - 24" Lift - 3,500 lbs - White - JET-3555

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (10 Customer Reviews)

Use this electric tongue jack to lift your trailer with the flip of a switch. The sturdy steel jack can handle up to 3,500 lbs. It has 19" of travel and a 5" drop leg for extra lift. LED lights on both sides boost visibility at night.


- JET-3555

by: Otto S.09/28/2016


Mounted quick and easy. Plenty of wire for electrical hook up. Lots of power even with a full load of water in the front tank. The only change I made to installation was longer bolts to accept washers and nuts to the bottom side of hitch. I didn't trust the taped holes in the thin hitch frame. This was no fault of the new jack. Still working strong. A back saver that's worth the money. I should have bought one years ago! 300979



- JET-3555

by: Cole05/27/2015


Item is well packaged from factory for shipping. Received item quickly from warehouse. Time to install from opening package to lifting the camper was 8 minutes 30 seconds. It took 3 minutes to look at the fuzzy diagram on where the star nuts go when putting the three bolts back into the frame. Be sure to have a 10-12 gauge butt connector or something equal to your application, as no electrical connections are supplies. All in all, I would buy this again and will recommend this to others who might need to have an electrical jack replaced. 198314



- JET-3555

by: Frank P01/05/2017


Amazing service, ordered the jack on Monday, didn't expect it till the following Wednesday. It arrived Friday of the week I ordered it, now that is great customer service. The Jack was exactly as described, took me about 20 minutes to install and wire. Very nice product, and not slow like some people said. It moves faster than I did when I jacked up the trailer tongue manually. Thank you etrailer for a good product and even better customer service. 330173



- JET-3555

by: Steve02/08/2017


I can't review the electric trailer jack since it is winter and I won't be installing it for several months. But I can rate etrailer and the order speed. I ordered the jack on Sunday evening and it was delivered Wednesday morning. No problem there! 339812



- JET-3555

by: Bob L04/02/2015


Quick delivery. Took 15 minutes to exchange this electrically powered unit for my old crank model. Mine is the 3500 capacity and seems to lift a fully loaded heavy duty landscape trailer with ease. What a relief!! Tired of hand cranking! Nice unit! 182521



- JET-3555

by: Kurt11/05/2016


Bought it to replace a manual jack that stripped the gears. Easy installation, bolt holes lined up perfectly. Installed including wiring in under 30 minutes. 314108



- JET-3555

by: bob06/09/2016


AWESOME PRODUCT WORKS WELL LIFTS MY TRAILER FOR HOOK UP AND DISCONNECT WITH EASE 259294



- JET-3555

by: Greg N07/15/2016


The jack has worked exceptionally for me and would recommend it to others. 272171



- JET-3555

by: Doug05/30/2016


Very nice choice I made... the jack was easy to install and performs great 253971



- JET-3555

by: BROOKS02/16/2017


GREAT SERVICE, FAST SHIPPING, EASY TO I NSTALL... 342413

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  • You should be able to manually crank the Electric A-Frame Tongue Jack, # JET-3555, up and down by removing the rubber plug on the side and inserting the manual handle or a properly sized socket wrench. Turn clockwise to extend the jack and counter-clockwise to retract it. I spoke with one of our installers about the fuses blowing. He stated that the power wire could be shorting to ground or there could be an internal component that is shorting out. Make sure all ground connections are...
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  • Recommended Electric Power A-Frame Jack for a 28-Foot Jayco Travel Trailer
  • Yes. A 3,000 pound electric jack will work just fine. Based on your trailer weighing 7,500 pounds loaded will equate to your tongue weight between 750-1125 pounds. Although you can choose a 2,500 pound (see link attached) electric jack, I would highly recommend the Stromberg Carlson # JET-3555 (white) or # JET-3755 (black) as they are rated at 3,500 pounds. I think you will really like the price point! I have also included an FAQ for you too.
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  • Trailer Jack Recommendation to Replace a 2,500-Lb LCI Model 1300 Power Tongue Jack
  • For a powered A-Frame tongue trailer jack to replace your LCI model 1300 power tongue jack I would suggest the Stromberg-Carlson Electric A-Frame Tongue Jack, part # JET-3555. This is a 3,500-lb capacity jack with a 18 inch lift. If you were wanting a jack that has the same 2,500-lb capacity as what you have now I would have the Pro Series Powered A-Frame Jack, part # PS500198. It is a 2,500-lb capacity jack with a 18 inch lift. It does not come with a footplate. If you need the footplate...
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  • Troubleshooting a Electric Jack that will Extend but not Retract
  • It sounds like the switch in the jack is bad and should be replaced. Typically when an electric jack will go one direction but not the other its because the switch is broken. You might try checking all the fuses on the jack also. Since your trailer is brand new I would imagine there is some kind of warranty that would cover your jack. I would try contacting where you bought the trailer.
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  • How to Wire the Stromberg Carlson Electric A-Frame Trailer Tongue Jack, # JET-3555
  • The Electric A-Frame Tongue Jack, # JET-3555, runs off a 12 volt battery. The best source for power would be from a 12 volt battery (like a car battery) mounted on the trailer. If you have a separate battery mounted on the trailer, a 7-Way trailer connectors 12 volt circuit can be used to maintain (but not up charge) that battery.
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  • Replacement A-Frame Jack Recommendation for a 2011 Keystone Passport Ultra Lite
  • The Electric A-Frame Tongue Jack # JET-3555 that you referenced was designed to fit basically all a-frame trailers. Since yours had an a-frame powered jack on it already this would work well as a replacement for it. This jack has a 3,500 lb lifting capacity which would be more than enough. Check out the review video I attached as well. For a black version similar to this you would want the part # JET-3755.
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  • Why Would a Powered Trailer Jack Only Work When Connected to Tow Vehicle
  • The Electric A-Frame Tongue Jack # JET-3555 grounds through the mounting bracket of the jack. If your trailer isn't hooked up to your tow vehicle when you are trying to use the jack the problem would be that it isn't grounding properly. If you run the ground of your trailer battery to the trailer frame it should work.
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  • Troubleshooting Electric Trailer Jack that Doesnt work When Not Connected to a Tow Vehicle
  • The problem is most likely the ground circuit for the jack. Since most trailers ground to the tow vehicle it sounds like the jack isn't able to ground properly when you are trying to power it with just your trailer. The jack grounds through it's mounting hardware to the trailer frame. If the trailer isn't grounding to a vehicle like when it is connected to your vehicle it won't work.
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  • Replacement Jack Recommendation to Replace a Lippert 1300 Powered Jack
  • The Lippert 1300 jack is a now discontinued jack that is very similar to the Electric A-Frame Tongue Jack # JET-3555 which does not have any internal replaceable parts. The only solution you have would be to replace your current jack with something like the part # JET-3555.
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  • Troubleshooting Electric Camper Tongue Trailer Jack that Just Clicks Instead of Raising or Lowering
  • Before you replace the jack make sure the jack is grounded properly to the frame of your trailer, also check to make sure the main ground of your trailer connector is attached to a clean metal surface. Also check to make sure the 12 volt battery you are using has a good charge as it sounds like the jack isn't able to get enough amperage to operate when under a load. The jack sounds like it's making the same sound a car starter will make when the battery is either dead or the battery...
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  • Replacement Plug For Top Of Ultra-Fab Electric Trailer Jack
  • The rubber plugs we offer for electric trailer jacks are designed to fit Stromberg Carlson A-Frame Trailer Jacks, like part # JET-3555. I spoke with my contact at Stomberg Carlson and they told me that the round plug measures 1-1/4 inches diameter on the outside part of the plug and 1 inch for the part of the plug that is inserted into the top of the jack housing. I have attached a photo with the dimensions noted you can check out. The part number for this plug is # 7145-225876. I pulled...
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  • Troubleshooting JET-3500 Jack that Wont Extend/Retract But Light Still Works
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  • Recommended Electric Tongue Jack for 2006 Gulfstream Cavalier Travel Trailer
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  • How Does the Stromberg-Carlson Electric Jack Wire for Installation
  • Typically these powered jacks would get their power from a trailer mounted battery that is maintained via the 7-Way on the truck. The truck would keep the battery topped off when towing down the road and the jack would pull the amperage it needs from the trailer battery. So yes, you would attach this Electric A-Frame Tongue Jack # JET-3555 to the positive side of the battery for installation.
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  • Stromberg Carlson Trailer Jack # JET-3500 Recommendation To Help Install Spring Bars
  • Yes, this Electric A-Frame Tongue Jack # JET-3555 that you referenced would be adequate to lift your trailer and truck enough to install the spring (sway) bars of your weight distribution system. Usually when we recommend a jack for a trailer we say that as long as the jack is rated to lift half of the weight of the trailer it will work well. However, since you will be lifting the rear of your truck also you would need a little extra capacity, so the 3,500 lb capacity of the # JET-3500...
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  • How to Wire Up and Install Electric A-Frame Tongue Jack, # JET-3500
  • The Electric A-Frame Tongue Jack, # JET-3555, runs off a 12 volt battery. The best source for power would be from a 12 volt battery (like a car battery) mounted on the trailer. The red power wire on the Electric A-Frame Tongue Jack, # JET-3500, is the power wire and it will attach to the positive battery terminal on your trailer battery. First, remove the fuse in the in-line fuse holder on the red wire. Mount the jack to the trailer and tighten it down. The jack grounds through the mounting...
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  • How is the Replacement Extend/Retract Switch For JET-3500 Jack Wired
  • I made a photo for you showing how the Replacement Extend/Retract Switch, # 7145-226023, is wired, but I do not have an official diagram from the manufacturer. If you have any further questions just let me know.
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  • Maximum Traveling Height of the Electric A-Frame Tongue Jack # JET-3500
  • If the Electric A-Frame Tongue Jack # JET-3555 is lifting to it's maximum travel distance of 18 inches then the jack is working fine and you just have too tall of a setup for this jack to work ideally for. Putting down a FloTool Jack Stand part # FT11933MI would take up some of this room. If it's stopping short then there is an internal problem. If internal components were to fail, replacement of the jack is the only option.
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  • What is the Distance from the Mounting Surface to the Top of Electric Trailer Jack # JET-3555
  • According to several measurements we have taken of the electric jack, # JET-3555, from the top of the jack motor housing to the bottom of the housing measures 10-1/2 inches. Then from the bottom of the housing to the mounting plate it measures 10-3/8 inches. If you add those 2 measurements together you get 20-7/8 inches. I have included a picture that shows the measurement for you.
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  • Retracted Height of Stromberg Carlson Electric A-Frame Trailer Jack JET-3555
  • Based on a review of our manufacturer specs the shortest retracted length among the electric a-frame jacks we offer comes from the 3500-lb-rated Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack # JET-3555. Since it can happen that a manufacturer may alter product dimensions slightly between production runs, I went to our warehouse and measured one of these jacks myself so that I could be absolutely certain of the retracted length dimension of the # JET-3555. When the inner tube is fully retracted...
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  • Powered Trailer Jack Recommendation for Best Ground Clearance Under Trailer Frame
  • I wouldn't let the higher capacity of the Lippert Jack part # JET-3555 deter you from using it. Having more capacity than needed for a trailer jack is actually a good thing as it will allow the jack to last longer and operate quicker. It's retracted bracket height is 6-3/4 inches so it would work well for you in that regard plus it's priced great so it really would be your best option.
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  • Size of Socket on Electric A-Frame Tongue Jack # JET-3500 for Manual Operation
  • The Electric A-Frame Tongue Jack # JET-3555 that you referenced has an override nut on the top of the jack that will take a 3/4 inch socket.
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  • A-Frame Electric Trailer Jack Won't Run but the Light Works
  • If the jack light is working but the motor won't that means that the jack is getting power so we can rule out the fuse/breaker being the problem. It is possible that the battery the jack is connected to has enough power to run the light but not the motor. The battery may need to be charged or replaced. A local auto parts store can test the battery. Another possible cause is a weak ground. The light doesn't need to have the best ground but the motor which draws more amperage does need...
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  • Troubleshooting a Jammed Electric Trailer Jack
  • It is likely that the interior gears have stripped due to the jack over-extending. Since manually cranking the jack is unsuccessful, you will probably need to replace the jack, as the jack manufacturers will smash or otherwise distort the end of the screw that turns to move the leg up and down to prevent it from over-extending. If it does end up extending too far the threads will become permanently cross-threaded and it will never work right again.
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  • Ground Clearance Dimensions for the Stromberg Carlson Electric A-Frame Jack # JET-3555
  • The retracted heights of the Stromberg Carlson Electric A-Frame Jack, # JET-3555, is 8-1/4 inches from the mounting bracket to the bottom of the outer tube and 9-1/8 inches from the mounting bracket to the bottom of the foot.
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  • Are the Gears on the Stromberg Carlson A--Frame Jack Made of Metal or Plastic
  • I contacted the manufacturer of the Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack, # JET-3555, and they told me that the internal gear parts are made of metal and not of a plastic composite material.
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  • Electric Trailer Jack Will Not Work Even with a New Battery
  • The first thing I would check is where the electric jack # JET-3555 is mounted because that is also where it grounds to the trailer. Make sure there is no corrosion between the jack and the surface it mounts to. With that cleaned up, the new battery, and the in line fuse still intact the jack should work. If it does not then it is likely a shorted switch. You would have to take the cover off of the jack to access the switch wiring or the wiring directly to the motor. That way you can...
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  • Troubleshooting the Switch of a Stromberg Carlson Motorized Tongue Jack part # JET-3500
  • If you followed the troubleshooting instructions listed below for the switch of your Stromberg Carlson Motorized Tongue Jack part # JET-3500 with a voltmeter like part # BTMT15: With the switch wired into the jack and the multimeter set to read voltage, apply the black test probe to the trailer frame for ground, then apply the red probe one at a time to the pins (labeled A and B in the photo provided) while the switch is operated. If you read close to 12 volts then the switch is still...
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  • Dimensions of Power Jack to Fit a 2 Horse Trailer with 3-1/2 inches of Clearance to V Nose
  • The Pro Series powered A-frame jack, item # PS500198 has 18 inches of lift, meaning that the leg would measure 8-1/2 inches down from the mounting bracket when retracted, or 26-1/2 inches when extended. Basically, you will still have the 8-1/2 inches of leg extending downward when the jack is completely retracted. This jack has a short bracket height. The # PS500198 jack also has a short measurement, 2-3/4 inches, from the center of the tube to the farthest back part of the jack. I believe...
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  • Should LED Lights Remain Lit On A-Frame Trailer Jack
  • LED lights draw very little power and can stay illuminated due to residual power in the wiring system, even when turned off. It may be a normal function for them to brighten when you turn on the lights. You can use a tester like part # BTMT15 to check the current in the wiring for your system, and make sure the correct current exists. You may wish to contact the company you purchased the trailer from and ask if they know what could be causing the problem or if that is a normal function....
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Written by:
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Updated by:
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