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  • Can an Ultra-Fab Electric Trailer Jack that has Been Over Extended be Repaired
  • The way that the electric trailer jack # UF38-944017 works is using an ACME screw and a nut. The nut is fixed and the screw goes up and down in the nut. At the end of the screw the metal is twisted, smashed, or otherwise purposely cross threaded to prevent the screw from just coming out and the load dropping. If you try to raise a jack with this type of design too far it damages that nut and the screw. Those parts cannot be replaced. You will need to replace the whole jack. This is...
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  • Adjustable Foot Plate Recommendation for a Ultra Fab Electric Jack part # UF38-944016
  • For your Ultra Fab Electric Jack part # UF38-944016 you would want the Replacement Extendable Jack Foot # UF38-751101.
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  • Parts Needed to Replace a Broken Wheel Assembly on a Bulldog Rack and Gear Jack
  • I spoke to my contact at Bulldog and he informed me that you would need the Bulldog Rack and Post Assembly part # BD018006. This is the only way to replace the parts you damaged.
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  • Can a Jack Be Fixed if the Inner Leg Pulls Out of the Outer Leg
  • If when you pull out the inner tube of the jack you see a nut and screw at the end of the assembly a pin broke and a jack repair kit could potentially work for you. If when you pull out the assembly and see an empty crimp where a nut used to be then the jack is trashed and will need to be replaced. Without knowing what jack you have it is hard for me to recommend you a repair kit. I did attach a link to a page that has all of the Bulldog repair kits we offer for you to check out.
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  • Availability of Replacement Foot or Drop Leg for Bulldog # BD182304 Square Drop Leg Jack
  • I spoke with my Bulldog representative, who tells me that the jack foot and drop leg assembly isn't available as s separate part. I wish I had better news for you. If the foot or drop leg is damaged, you'd be best off replacing the whole # BD182304 jack assembly.
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  • Will the Fulton F2 Trailer Jack # F1413020134 Work with a 2 Inch x 3 Inch Frame
  • You can install the Fulton F2 Jack, # F1413020134, on your trailer, but you will need to pick up smaller u-bolts. The u-bolts included with this jack fit 3 inch x 3 inch and 3 inch x 4 inch frames. You could pick up two of the CE Smith U-Bolts, # CE15252A. These u-bolts are 3 inches long x 3-1/8 inches wide. I tested it with the Fulton F2 Jack, # F1413020134, and they fit. The shorter length and longer threads should work well with your 2 inch wide frame.
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  • Can Trailer Valet Be Mounted Without Using Included Bracket
  • The pin that is used on the swivel for the clamp-on bracket is 5/8 inch diameter. I spoke with my contact at Trailer Valet, and they said that they could not recommend altering the way it is mounted for use.
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  • Outer Diameter of the Pipe Mount of the Pro Series Square Swivel Jack w/ Round Pipe Mount
  • The outer diameter of the pipe that the Pro Series Square Swivel Jack # PS1400830383 gets mounted to is 2-1/2 inches. This pipe is actually part # BD015271. Based on that it should fit your jack that has an inner diameter of 2-5/8 inches.
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  • Landing Gear on 1996 Prowler 5th Wheel Cannot Take Weight of Trailer
  • If the motor and gear box on your Prowler's landing gear appear to be working properly but the jacks do not withstand the weight of the trailer, then it is likely that the main threaded screw that drives the inner portion of the leg is stripped. This part is not offered on its own. If you have Stromberg-Carlson, Atwood or Lippert 3000-lb-rated landing gear you can replace the lead and follow legs and re-install your motor and cross-shaft using parts # LG-179013 and # LG-179014.
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  • Would Fulton F2 Bolt-On 1600 Pound Swivel Jack Fit a 1-1/2 x 3 Inch Trailer Frame
  • Your trailer frame at 1.5 x 3 inches would be too small for jack # F1413020134. A better option would be # F1413040134 which fits as small as 3x3 inch frames. You would need to have a spacer welded to the trailer frame by a qualified professional to properly mount the jack. Since welding is going to be required it would be easier to just get a weld-on jack, # FTJ120W0301.
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  • Need Scissor Jack with Mounting Holes on Top and Bottom to Raise and Lower a Frame
  • I recommend going with the Leveling Scissor Jack, # JSC-24-IND. This leveling scissor jack has a 5,000 pound capacity, adjusts from 4" to 24" inches, and has mounting holes on the top and bottom plates. Since this jack adjusts from 4 inches and you mentioned that you need a jack that retracts to less than 4 inches, I recommend that you take a quick measurement to make sure that you won't have any clearance issues. The Crank Handle for Scissor Jacks, # JCH-1, is sold separately.
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  • Replacement Nut and Screw for an Older Bulldog 180 Series Jack
  • I spoke to my contact at Bulldog and he informed me that the Replacement Screw and Nut Kit # BD500217 would work for your 180 Series Bulldog 12k Jack.
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  • Jack Foot Plate Dimensions for Pro Series Trailer Jack
  • I went out into our warehouse and measured a Pro Series Square Jack with foot plate # PS1401500383 and found that the dimensions are 8 inches long by 4 inches wide. See the diagram elsewhere on this page for exact dimensions. I have also included a video review of this jack.
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  • Is King Pin Stabilizer # 76942 Needed for 2011 Big Country 5th Wheel
  • If you have the gear down, and the loft area of your 5th wheel is stable when you're moving around in it, the # 76942 King Pin Stabilizer is something you really wouldn't need. If the trailer rocks back and forth while you're walking up and down it's length, then the Stabilizer is something you might want to consider.
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  • Can Stabilizer Jack Be Used For Cargo Trailer Ramp Door
  • The Domar Stabilizer Jack, part # TJ01RT, do have a weight capacity of 650 lbs. I spoke with my contact at Domar and they told me that these would be able to handle the 650 lbs at the point they were attached. If you have a lot of weight concentrated in the middle of the tail gate and these stabilizers are placed on the outside corners, the system may fail. Or if you place too much weight on one side of the tail gate versus the other side, you may have some problems. These are available...
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  • Can Wheels Be Easily Removed From Fulton F2 Swing-Up Trailer Jack # F1413100334
  • The wheels on the Fulton F2 Swing-Up Trailer Jack # F1413100334 are not really designed for easy removal. In your specific application a better option is the Fulton F2 Swing-Up Jack w/ Pivoting Footplate # F1413210334.
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  • Distance from Mounting Surface to Top of Atwood 4k A-Frame Premier Performance Trailer Jacks
  • I went out to the warehouse and pulled Atwood Premier Performance Series Power Jack # AT81070 to measure it. From the bottom of the mounting surface ot the top of the jack it measures 30 inches. All of the Atwood Premier Performance jacks will have the same 30 inch measurement.
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  • Super Jack 3500 LB Capacity by H&H Engineering Won't Lower Trailer Tongue
  • Without being familiar with the particular jack you have, I have an idea or two about what might be causing the problem. If the jack will extend but not retract, the switch might be going bad. The fact that it's an intermittent problem would seem to make this fairly likely. Another possibility is that you might be hyper-extending the jack. This would be the case if the jack was installed too high on the trailer frame. Next time this occurs, manually operate the jack to lower it a few...
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  • Lubricating A Trailer Top-Wind Jack
  • Per the maintenance instructions I was able to find for for a Bulldog jack like part # BD178201 say that you can remove the cover and grease the gears at the top of the jack. I have attached a drawing that shows the places to lubricate per the instructions. There is no mention of a shaft thrust bearing at the bottom of the tube.
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  • Wheel Caster Recommendation for an Older Atwood Trailer Jack
  • Is it possible that your inner tube is actually 1-3/4 inches? If so, I have a solution for you, you would want the Atwood Jack Caster part # AT80259. This caster is designed to fit inner tube diameters that are 1-3/4 inches in diameter
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  • Electric A-Frame Jack Recommendation for a Camper Trailer
  • It looks like you are looking for an electric jack recommendation for the trailer in the picture you submitted with your question. Since it looks like you have an A-frame jack I would recommend the Husky Brute Electric Trailer Jack part # HT87247. This is the most popular A-frame jack we offer because of how well it works. Check out the review and install videos I attached.
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  • Availability of a Landing Gear Jack with the Drop Leg Lever Paralles to Jack Handle
  • Instead of disassembling the inner let of the Pro Series Square Jack # PS1400960376 so that the drop leg lever is orientated differently I think you would be better of just getting a jack that has the lever installed in a different orientation. For that you would want the Bulldog Square Jack # BD182400. If you check out the product pictures you will see that the leg is orientated differently like you want.
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  • Can A Power Tool Be Used To Operate Trailer Valet Swivel Jack To Move Sailboat
  • I spoke with my contact at Trailer Valet and asked about the torque rating on the Trailer Valet Swivel Jack, part # STC-V211. They told me that they do not recommend using a power tool of any type on the jack for liability reasons, and would not provide the torque rating for the jack. The gear ratio is 14 to 1 for the low gear. This means it takes 14 turns of the handle to move one tire rotation. For the high gear the ratio is 5 to 1. I have attached a link to a product review video...
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  • A Frame Jack Recommendation for 28 Ft Keystone Springdale
  • The Electric A-Frame Tongue Jack, # JET-2500, has a lift capacity of 2,500 pounds. This jack will be a great addition to your 28 foot Keystone Springdale as long as it's tongue weight does not exceed the 2,500 pound capacity. I spoke with my contact at Stromberg Carlson and confirmed that the mounting bolt holes on the jack are approximately 3 inches apart.
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  • Replacement Shelby Jack Recommendation for a Heritage Boat Trailer
  • Shelby jacks are great jacks. I would have no problem recommending you install another one on your trailer. Especially if that's what came on your trailer originally and you would like to reuse the weld on bracket. For that I would recommend the Shelby Jack part # 5876A8 this will bolt right up to the bracket you currently have. Whereas the # FTJ120W0301 would not.
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  • Outer Diameter of the Mounting Bracket Tube of the Pro Series Swivel Jack
  • I went out into our warehouse and measure the mounting bracket tube of the Pro Series Swivel Jack part # PS1400300303 and found that the outer diameter of the bracket that attaches to the trailer is 2-1/2 inches. Based on that this jack should work for you.
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  • Footplate Recommendation for the Bulldog Round A-Frame Jack # BD1700100317
  • I believe you are looking for a footplate for the Bulldog Round A-Frame Jack, # BD1700100317. If so, then you can use the Bulldog Detachable Footplate, # BD018564. This foot plate attaches to the inner jack leg using included pin. Since you will be installing this jack on a dump trailer, I recommend using the Bulldog Jack Support Plate, # BD003135. Dump trailers can be loaded pretty heavy and this plate will help support the jack from leaning if you do not already have additional support...
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  • Landing Gear Recommendation for a 2012 Arctic Fox Fifth Wheel Trailer 29-5K
  • I have a fit for you, you would want the Bulldog Electric 5th Wheel Landing Gear Set # BD500161. The mounting brackets will match up perfectly with what you have. The lower clamp is positioned the way it is (above the lower clamp) so that the jack does not slide down when it is retracted.
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  • Installation of the Stabilizer Jack # TJ01RT on a Trailer Frame without Frame Access
  • If the frame of your trailer has an open end you can use the fishwire technique to get the fasteners in place on your trailer frame. To see how this is done check out the link I attached on using fishwire. Depending on the fastener size you plan on using there are different fishwire sizes to pick from. For an 11/16 bolt you would need part # 110961, for 1/2 inch you would need part # 80101-1 and for a 7/16 you would want # 80103-1. Beyond that, you could just have them welded to the...
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  • Scissor jacks vs Ultra-Fab Power Twin II Electric Stabilizer
  • The only scissor jacks we carry are manual adjusting. The Ultra-Fab Power Twin II Electric Stabilizer with Dual Motors # UF39-941705 that you referenced would be an excellent choice for stabilizer jacks on your camper or RV as long as your frame width is between 48 and 80 inches in width. This would be a way more convenient option than manual scissor jacks for stabilizing.
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  • Retracted and Extended Height of Pro Series 8k Square Swivel Trailer Jack
  • On Pro Series trailer jack # PS1400860383 it measures 17-1/8 inches from the center of the bracket to the bottom of the foot when retracted. It is 27-1/8 inches when extended. I have included a link to a video review of this jack for you.
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  • Replacement Spring-Loaded Plunger Pin for Bulldog Electric Landing Gear # BD500170
  • According to my contact at Bulldog a replacement plunger pin assembly for their landing gear set # BD500170 is not offered as a separate replacement part. However we offer the Stromberg Carlson Pull Pins # LG-119113 that also have a 3/8-diameter pin. These will fit not only their landing gear but others as well. We also offer the Ultra-Fab # UF17-943031 that also has a 3/8-inch diameter pin.
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  • Wheel and Caster Recommendation for a Ultra-Fab Electric A-Frame Jack part # UF38-944017
  • I have a solution for you, but it will limit the capacity of your Ultra-Fab Electric A-Frame Jack part # UF38-944017 to 1,000 lbs as it is only rated for that much. If you don't need more than 1,000 lbs of lifting capacity then you would want the Atwood Wheel and Caster part # AT80259. Most wheel casters are designed for 2 inch diameter tubes, whereas this one is designed for 1-3/4 inch like what your jack has.
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  • Is There a Right Direction to Swivel the Fulton Swivel Jack part # FXPD15L.
  • I am assuming you are asking about which direction the Fulton Jack part # FXPD15L should swivel when you are connected to a trailer and towing. If so, it doesn't matter. Which ever direction works best for you, I found that I always swiveled the jack so that the wheel or foot of the jack goes to the rear of the trailer. Due to the position of the release lever for the jack, if it was on the driver side of the trailer it would be easier to go with the wheels towards the back of the trailer....
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  • Will the Dutton-Lainson Trailer Jack # DL22800 fit on a 2-1/2 inch Mounting Hole Bracket
  • The Dutton-Lainson Trailer Jack # DL22800 was designed to fit on a 2-1/2 inch diameter mounting hole like what you have so it should work well for you. Check out the install and review video I attached for this jack as well.
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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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  • Mounting Bracket Bolt Pattern of the Fulton F2 Trailer Jack
  • I spoke with my contact at Fulton and he informed me that the mounting flange of this Fulton F2 Swing-Up Trailer Jack # F1413100334 and all of the other F2 jacks has center to center bolt hole measurements of 3.44 inches by 4.44 inches. What that means is that you could install this jack on either trailer frame with either a 3 inch tall frame or a 4 inch tall frame if you were using U-bolts. You may also be interested in purchasing a Weld-On Mounting Bracket and Hardware # F500277...
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  • Recommendation for Replacement Bulldog Trailer Jack
  • I would need the model number of your jack to find the exact match. We do have several Bulldog side crank jacks that are a possible fit. I have included a link below to our Bulldog swivel jacks, pipe mount with 15" lift. There are round and square jacks with weight capacities from 2,000 to 8,000 lbs.
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  • Dutton Lainson 1,000 lb Sidewind Trailer Jack Recommendation
  • The perfect replacement jack that you would need would be the Dutton Lainson Sidewind Jack part # DL22560 that you referenced. It will bolt right up to your mounting bracket and has 12 inches of lift. Check out the review video I attached for this jack as well.
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  • Picture Request for the Switches of the Ultra-Fab Deluxe Electric Landing Gear Set # UF17-943010
  • I attached a picture of the switches for the Ultra-Fab Deluxe Electric Landing Gear Set # UF17-943010 for you to check out. The switch housing is plastic and the switches have 3 positions. Each leg has it's own switch so that you can fine tune the leg heights for uneven ground. Both legs can be raised/dropped at the same time. I attached a link to the installation instructions for you to check out also.
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  • Distance from Bottom of Foot and Mounting Flange to Top of Suspension Pro Trailer Jack 81201
  • I went out to the warehouse to pull a Suspension Pro jack # 81201 to measure it for you. From the bottom of the mounting flange to the top of the jack is approximately 22 inches. And from the bottom of the foot to the top of the jack when fully retracted it is approximately 31-3/8 inches.
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  • Will Ultra-Fab Electric A-Frame Jack Fit 2013 Zinger Z-1 RV Camper
  • The outer tube diameter of the Ultra-Fab Electric A-Frame Jack, part # UF38-944017, measures 2 inches, and the mounting holes that are used to attach the plate of the jack fit 2 inch or 2-1/4 inch spacing. If the mounting platform of your 2013 Zinger Z-1 RV Camper has those dimensions then this jack will work for you. I have attached a video that shows how this jack is mounted and installed on a trailer you can check out.
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  • Bulldog Jack Recommendation and Maintenance for Thuro-bilt Horse Trailer
  • Typically tongue weight is 10-15 percent of the total trailer weight. Since your trailer weighs 9,760 lbs you would most likely have a tongue weight of 1,464 lbs. The Bulldog Jack part # BD1700100301 that you referenced has a lifting capacity of 5,000 lbs so it would have more than enough capacity. According to Bulldog for side-wind models, the internal gearing and bushings of the jack must be kept lubricated at least annualy. Apply a small amount of automotive grease to the internal...
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  • Bulldog Jack Recommendation for Thuro-Bilt Horse Trailer
  • All A-frame mounted jacks like the Bulldog A-Frame Round Jack # BD1700100301 use the same 3-inch mounting hole bolt pattern. In other words, the mounting holes are a universal size and pattern so that any A-Frame jack will fit into any A-Frame jack mount. As long as your trailer has an A-Frame jack mount, this jack will fit. The # BD1700100301 that you referenced would have more than enough capacity and would work very well on your Thuro-Bilt 3 horse trailer.
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  • Top-Wind Trailer Jack Recommendation For 2013 Scamp Trailer
  • If you need a replacement jack for your 2013 Scamp Trailer with a topwind feature i recommend the Atwood Round, A-Frame Trailer Jack, part # AT80391. This jack has a 5,000 lb weight capacity and has features a lift of 14 inches. We have a couple of other items you might be interested in for this jack since it does not come with a foot or wheel. If you are looking for a foot, then I recommend part # 82650. If you are interested in a caster for the jack I recommend part # 80552. When...
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  • Wheel Caster Recommendation for a Bulldog Jack part # BD1541150301
  • Yes it will, the Bulldog Jack part # BD1541150301 that you referenced has a 2 inch diameter tube and the Pro Series 6", Detachable Caster w/ Pin part # PS1400750340 is designed to fit 2 inch diameter jack tubes so it would work well for you. If you wanted a caster wheel with more capacity you would want the Replacement Heavy-Duty, 6" Caster # BDCP555 as this caster has a 1,500 lb capacity and the # PS1400750340 only has a 1,200 lb capacity.
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  • Replacement Trailer Jack Wheels for a Bass Tracker Boat Trailer
  • We have lots of wheels for jacks, see link to the right. If you know the manufacturer and model/capacity of the jack that you have on your Bass Tracker boat trailer I can determine which is the proper wheel.
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  • Recommendation to Prevent Topping out the Stromberg Carlson Trailer Jack JET-3500 and Blowing Fuse
  • When the jack reaches maximum height the threads of the jack that raise the jack distort which causes the jack to stop moving, in doing so it can overdraw the motor and blow the fuse like what you are experiencing The best solution I can recommend is to simply stop letting the jack reach its maximum height, I realize that can be easier said that done. So I would recommend you mark the inner leg of the jack right below the bottom of the outer leg with the jack extended right before the...
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  • Recommended Slide-Out Support Jacks for 28 Foot Trailer
  • We have exactly what you're looking for, the Stromberg Carlson Camper Slide-Out Supports, part # JB-20. Two supports are included which can extend from 20-34 inches in height. Each jack is capable of supporting 10,000 lbs. If you needed jacks that were a bit taller, the # JB-30 jacks extend from 31-45 inches tall and has the same 10K capacity per jack. The Ultra-Fab # UF48-979004 jacks you mentioned extend from 11-17 inches, and most likely wouldn't be tall enough. I've linked you...
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  • Is Ultra-Fab Rear Electric Stabilizer # UF39-941602 Available Without Motor as a Replacement Part
  • The steel structural portion of the Ultra-Fab Rear Electric Stabilizer # UF39-941602 is not offered as a stand-alone replacement part without the motor, only as a complete unit. You might retain the still operational motor from the damaged unit as a spare.
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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-3500. 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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  • A-Frame Electric Power Jack Recommendation For Trailer
  • I am happy to hear you were happy with your prior experience with us and are back. We do have several power jacks that would work for you. I recommend the Atwood Premier Performance Series Power Jack w/ Robofoot, part # AT81070. This jack is a bolt-on application intended for A-frame trailers. It has a lift capacity of 4,000 lbs and includes 2 toggle switches. One is for the light, and the other toggle switch is for the jack operation. It also has a bubble level which helps when trying...
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  • Can the Trailer Valet Part # STC-V211 be Cranked in Either Direction
  • The Trailer Valet part # STC-V211 that you referenced can be jacked in either direction. We have one installed on a trailer on our lot so I went out and tested this. This product should work very well for you. Check out the review video I attached.
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  • Will EZ Jack Work With Mor/Ryde Suspension On Tandem Trailer
  • The Blaylock EZ Jack and Wheel Chock, part # EZ-JACK, should have no problem working with your tandem trailer suspension. Unless your suspension works differently than the standard equalizer suspension, you should be able to use the # EZ-JACK for a wheel chock or level as it is intended to be used. This unit weighs just 11 lbs and has a weight capacity of 20,000 lbs. I have attached a product review video you can check out.
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  • Is the Leg for Atwood Stabilizer Jack # AT82301 Available By Itself
  • It sounds like Atwood stabilizer # AT82301 is the correct one for you. The leg by itself is not available though. This unit is rated for 1,000 pounds support and 650 pounds of working capacity. The retracted height is 11-1/2 inches and it offers 6 inches of lift. It this matches what you currently have then you could use this jack.
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  • How to Manual Raise and Lower a Bulldog Powered A-Frame Trailer Jack
  • It depends on which Bulldog powered A-frame trailer jack you have. For example, # BD500185. has a cap on top and you can use a socket wrench and socket to manually crank the jack up and down. Jacks # BD500187 and # BD500188 come with a handle. But both of these have a cap on top that you will remove to access the manual override.
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  • Looking for Shorter A-Frame Jack to Clear my Tailgate
  • I went to our warehouse and was able to locate an a-frame jack that measured less than 12 inches from the bracket up. The Bulldog Round A-Frame Jack, # BD155032, comes in just under 11-1/2 inches which included the handle. I have attached a picture to illustrate the measurement. This a-frame jack has a lift capacity of 5,000 pounds and mounts to any standard a-frame coupler. If you would like a footplate for the jack, Bulldog offers the Detachable Footplate, # BD018564. If you concerned...
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  • Looking for Less Bulky Switch Than Those Included with the Ultra-Fab Landing Gear Set # UF17-943010
  • I spoke with my contact at Atwood and she said that their Replacement Control Panel, # 87701-SP, will work with landing jacks that have a 12V motor so this would be one option for your client. Another option would be the Replacement Switch, # LG-145236. My contact at Stromberg Carlson said that this switch would work as well with the Ultra-Fab Deluxe Electric Landing Gear Set, # UF17-943010.
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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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  • Difference Between # UF39-941705 And # UF39-941707 Ultra-Fab Stabilizer Jacks
  • The lift capacity and strength is the same for either of the power stabilizers you referenced. They both have dual motors which operate independently, making it easier to level the motorhome or trailer. The difference is the lift distance and what size trailer they will fit. The Ultra-Fab Power Twin II Electric Stabilizer, part # UF39-941707, has a 22 inch lift capacity and is designed to fit trailers with a frame with between 42 and 77 inches. The Ultra-Fab Power Twin II Electric...
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  • Dual Wheel Jack Replacement Recommendation
  • The only solution I have for you would be to replace your current jack with one that has 2 wheels on it like the MaxxTow Trailer Jack part # MT70149. We don't sell universal dual wheel casters for jacks especially since I don't know what jack you currently have.
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  • Is Replacement Leg Available For Ultra-Fab Travel Trailer Stabilizer
  • We currently do not offer the replacement legs for power stabilizer systems, like part # UF39-941602. You would need to contact the manufacturer and supply them your VIN on the trailer and they would be able to tell you which model and type stabilizer you have on your 2013 Wildwood 26TBSS Travel Trailer. If you wish to replace the entire unit, we do offer some models, either manual or electric that would work for you. The stabilizer I recommend is the Ultra-Fab Power Twin II Electric...
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  • Landing Gear Set Recommendation for a 2006 Mountaineer 5th wheel by Montana
  • In order to pick out a direct replacement for the landing gear on your 2006 Mountaineer we would need to know the distance between the mounting brackets. Otherwise you could just have the brackets removed from your trailer by a qualified welder and then install the brackets that come with the Bulldog Tandem Landing Gear Set # BD500162. Either way this landing gear set would work well for you, you just might have to have the brackets of your trailer removed and then install the brackets...
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  • Ultra Fab Power Twin Stabilizer Recommendation for a 2005 Gulstream Motor Home Class C
  • The Ultra-Fab Power Twin II Electric Stabilizer # UF39-941707 that you referenced should work very well for you. It is designed for 42 inch wide frames as a minimum, but since your frame is 41-1/2 it should work just fine. You would only be giving up a 1/4 inch on either side of the frame. This product can also do 22 inches of lift which is just a little bit more than you need so you would be good in that regard as well.
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  • Will the Stromberg Carlson Electric A-Frame Tongue Jack # JET-2500 fit a Starcraft 22 ft Trailer
  • Yes, nearly all trailer use the 3 inch bolt pattern for a-frame jacks so the Stromberg Carlson Electric A-Frame Tongue Jack # JET-2500 will install very easily as it is designed to fit the 3 inch bolt pattern you have on your trailer. I attached a review video for you to check out for this jack also.
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  • Swivel Marine Jacks Manufactured in the USA
  • The Dutton-Lainson Swivel Marine Jacks are manufactured in the USA. These include the # DL22580 and the # DL22800 1500 lb swivel jacks. I've linked you to the rest of their selection.
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  • Replacement Wheel Recommendation for a Fulton Trailer Jack # FTJ120W0301
  • Yes we do, for a replacement wheel for your Fulton Trailer Jack # FTJ120W0301 you would want the Replacement Wheel Kit # F6811S00.
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  • Is Fulton # FXPD15L Trailer Jack Compatible w/ 2 x 4 Inch Trailer Frame
  • The Fulton # FXPD15L jack you mentioned will fit trailer frame members up to 3x5. It will fit a 2x4 trailer frame. The jack is available for order online by using the provided link, or by calling our Customer Service folks at 800-298-8924.
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  • Cost and Availability of Stromberg-Carlson Leveling Scissor Jack Set # JSC-24
  • We offer the Stromberg-Carlson Leveling Scissor Jack both singly, part # JSC-24-IND, and as a set of two, part # JSC-24. Both stock availability and pricing can be seen on the two product's pages, which are linked for your reference. These jacks offer a 5000-lb capacity and can be bolted or welded in place.
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  • Will Atwood Power Jack # AT81067 Fit Trailer With Mounting Location Hole That Measures 2-1/4 Inches
  • If you have an A-frame trailer with a 2-1/4 inch hole in the mounting platform, the Atwood Premier Performance Series Power Jack w/ Robofoot, part # AT81067, should work well for you. The outer tube that measures 2-3/16 would fit in the hole of your trailer and you will want to use the attached mounting plate to bolt it to your trailer.
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  • Recommendation for Tongue Jack on Travel Trailer with 780 LB Tongue Weight
  • I recommend going with the Ultra-Fab Electric A-Frame Jack, # UF38-944017. This jack has a 12 volt motor for quick and simple lifting. The lift capacity is 3,500 pounds. By using a jack with a much higher lifting capacity than the tongue weight of your trailer, there is less wear and tear put on the jack's motor. If you are looking for a more economical option, Bulldog offers the Sidewind A-Frame Jack, # BD1700100317. This jack gives you a lift capacity of 5,000 pounds. A Detachable...
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  • Can Scissor Jacks Be Used to Stabilize a 31 Foot Class C RV
  • Yes, scissor jacks like # BAL-24SJ work well as stabilizers for trailers and RVs. You also might want to consider the 4-pack of stabilizers, # UF48-979004. Each one of these has a capacity of 6,000 pounds. They are for stabilizing only and not for lifting. They stack or nest together or easy storage. They are height adjustable from 11 inches to 17 inches. A great option if you do not want something permanently attached to the trailer.
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  • Bulldog Rack and Gear Jack BD169201 Replacement Wheel Recommendation
  • Yes, the correct replacement wheel for your Bulldog Rack-and-Gear Jack w/ Poly Wheel # BD169201 would be the Replacement 6" Poly Wheel for Bulldog Jacks # BD0917501S00.
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  • Replacement Internal Screw Availability for Bulldog Jacks
  • It's hard to say what would be the correct replacement nut and screw for your jack since I do not know what brand or part number you have. But if you have a Bulldog 10k Jack you would want the part # BD500250 and if you have a 12k Bulldog Jack you would want the part # BD500217. Currently these are the only two we carry.
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  • Can Husky Brute Jack Lift Back of 2007 Mercury Mountaineer & Trailer to Install Weight Distribution
  • The way in which you have described installation of the spring bars is very common. To determine if the Husky Brute jack # HT87247 has enough capacity to lift the trailer and truck (when coupled together) you will need to look at how much tongue weight is at the hitch when the truck and trailer are loaded and ready to tow. I have linked an article on determining tongue weight for you that should help. Basically if the tongue weight is under 4,500 pounds then the Brute will work for you....
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  • Can Ultra-Fab Odyssey A-Frame Powered Trailer Jack be Installed Facing to the Side
  • You wouldn't just turn the head of the Odyssey jack, # UF38-944024, 90 degrees. You would turn the whole jack. The mounting holes may or may not line up just right but if you have to have the space then you will need to drill new holes. On the jack, the distance from center of the post to the front of the motor is 6-1/2 inches. And the distance from the center of the post to the rear of motor is 4-1/2 inches.
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  • Powered Jack Recommendation to Replace the Bulldog Square Leg Jack part # BD182304
  • Unfortunately no, your only option would be to replace your Bulldog Square Leg Jack part # BD182304 with a Bulldog Square Jack # BD182411 and then install the Bulldog Powered-Drive Kit for Single-Speed Jacks # BD1824200100. The issue with the BD182304 is that it is a top-wind jack.
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  • A-Frame Trailer Jack Options with a Lift Capacity of 5,000 lbs
  • The Bulldog Square A-Frame Trailer Jack, # BD195318, has a lift capacity of 3,000 lbs and a static weight capacity of 5,000 lbs. If you want a jack with a 5,000 lb lift capacity, I recommend looking at the Bulldog Round A-Frame Trailer Jack, # BD1750290301. This jack has a lift capacity of 5,000 lbs, a top wind crank and a 15 inch lift like the square jack you referenced. At this time we do not have any square tube or drop leg jacks with a 5,000 lb lift capacity. This jack can be...
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  • Replacement Landing Gear for 2002 Carriage Cameo F34CK3 5th Wheel Trailer
  • The Stromberg Carlson Electric Landing Gear Set you referenced, part # LG-1, includes weld-on brackets for installation on your 5th wheel's frame. You would not need to re-use the brackets from your existing landing gear. This powered system has a cross shaft length of 41 - 71-inches, 21-inches of lift and a 6000-lb weight capacity.
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  • Electric A-Frame Trailer Jack Does Not Have Any Power After Sitting for a Year
  • On electric trailer jack # JET-3500 there is a fuse that you can check. It is in line with the power wire. I have included a picture of what you will be looking for. If the fuse is not the issue then it is likely a ground problem. This jack grounds through where it mounts. You would need to un-bolt it from the trailer and clean away any dirt and corrosion on the trailer and the underside of the bracket on the jack. You may also need new hardware if it is also corroded.
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  • Troubleshooting a Stromberg Carlson Trailer Jack # JET-3500 that Was Stuck with Blown Fuse
  • What is probably occurring on your jack is that it has been extended too far at some point and has become stuck. Trying to move it in either direction draws too much power as the motor tries to push the leg free. This cause the fuse to blow. What many electric jack manufacturers will do is to smash or otherwise distort the end of the screw that turns to move the leg up and down to prevent it from extending to far. If it does end up extending too far the threads will become permanently...
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  • What Diameter Tube Does Pro Series Pipe Mount 5k Trailer Swivel Jack Mount To
  • The Pro Series jack # PS1401420303 fits on a 2 inch outer diameter tube welded to the trailer frame. The tube actually comes with the jack so you do not have to find a match or modify anything. Just have the new tube welded on. A professional welder or iron worker would charge a nominal fee to remove the old tube and weld on the new one.
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  • Troubleshooting a Scissor Jack thats Hard to Operate
  • It could be damaged, I would first inspect it looking for any bent components or damaged threads. In that case it would need to be replaced. If that checks out I would recommend trying some spray lube to see if maybe that will free it up. The Ultra-Fab Products Trailer Jack # UF48-979032 that you referenced would make a good replacement if you determine your jack is damaged.
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  • Removing the Gear Box on Bulldog Landing Gear # BD500162
  • To get the gear box off of the Bulldog Tandem Landing Gear Set # BD500162 you would first need to disengage the connecting rod between the two jack legs. So you would be left with just the lead leg and gear box attached. The rod that goes through the leg and gear box also has to come out. This rod is held in inside of the leg with roll pins that have to be driven out to be able to remove the rod. Use a center punch and hammer to drive out the roll pins enough to grab them with pliers...
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  • Trailer Jack Recommendations for a Yakima Rack and Roll Trailer
  • I think your best option would be to get a Fulton Snap-Ring Swivel Marine Jack # F1410050149 like you referenced. This should attach to your 2 inch by 2 inch trailer frame and provide you with a light weight jack for your Yakima Rack and Roll trailer. You should be careful not to exceed the weight capacity of your trailer, I am a little worried that you might be since you need a trailer jack on such a lightweight trailer.
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  • Landing Gear Recommendation for a 2002 Carriage Cameo Fifth Wheel Model F34CK3
  • It looks like you will need to have your current brackets removed and have new ones welded on since none of the landing gear sets we offer are designed for brackets that are 15 inches apart. Any qualified welder could do this for you and would not be a big deal. The Bulldog Tandem Landing Gear Set # BD500162 would be an excellent choice for your 2002 Carriage Cameo Fifth Wheel.
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  • Best Place on a Boat Trailer Frame to Install the Trailer Valet Swivel Jack and Trailer Mover
  • The further forward on a trailer the less weight there is. If at all possible, move the Trailer Valet, # STC-V211, as far forward as you can on either side. The OCD in me wants to say put it on the opposite side as the regular jack. A boat trailer usually has lower tongue weight than a regular trailer because the motor on the back of the boat is weighing it down on that end. That should keep you within the tongue weight capacity of the Trailer Valet, which is 500 pounds. You could...
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  • Will an Ultra-Fab Stabilizer Jack Fit a 2012 Keystone Raptor 5th Wheel Trailer
  • For the Ultra-Fab stabilizer jack # UF39-941602 to fit your Keystone Raptor you will need to have a free, flat surface on the bottoms of the frame rails. The frame rails need to be between 66-5/8 inches and 69-5/8 inches apart measured from the outside of one to the outside of the other. This stabilizer has one motor for both legs so each side can not be raised or lowered independently. For more flexibility I recommend the Power Twin # UF39-941705 with separate motors for each leg. And...
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  • Can an Electric A-Frame Trailer Jack be Wired to 12 Volt Circuit on 7-Way Trailer Connector
  • I have included links to 6 videos showing installations of electric trailer jacks. The one that you want is on Husky Brute Jack # HT87247. Although it is best to wire the jack to a trailer mounted battery, this video shows how you could wire it to the 12 volt circuit from a 7-Way trailer connector.
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  • Recommendation for Stabilizers on Pop Up Camper
  • Typically, pop up camper owners will use scissor jacks like the Ultra-Fab Ultra Scissor Jack, # UF48-979002, to stabilize their camper. This pair of scissor jacks can either be bolted or welded to the frame of your camper and has a 24 inch lift. Each jack has a support capacity of 6,500 pounds. Ultra-Fab also offers these jacks in a 30 inch lift, # UF48-979031.
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  • Weight Capacity And Dimension For Stromberg Carlson Scissor Jack
  • The scissor jacks we offer have weight capacity much higher than the 387 lb you stated you need. All of the jacks we offer are designed for RV use and are intended to be mounted with the top plate. The largest top plate we offer is on the Stromberg Carlson Jack, part # JSC-30-IND. This has a round plate that measures 9 inches diameter. Most jacks have a much higher lift range than the 7.874 inches you stated you need. The # JSC-30-IND has a lift capacity of 5,000 lbs, and does require...
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  • Is the Switch Assembly of the Bulldog Electric 5th Wheel Landing Gear Set # BD500161 Waterproof
  • In order for something to be considered waterproof it has to be able to withstand being submerged underwater for a length of time. The switches of the Bulldog Electric 5th Wheel Landing Gear Set # BD500161 that you referenced are considered weatherproof and would be able to handle rain or inclement weather just fine. Now if you were to try fording a river you would encounter some problems with the switch and I'm sure other unrelated components on the trailer and tow vehicle. I attached...
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  • Will Using Front to Back and Side to Side Stabilizers and Jacks Damage the Frame on a Trailer
  • Stabilizer jacks such as # UF39-941705 are not meant to do any lifting, just support weight and make it NOT feel like you are on a boat when you move about inside your trailer. So the chance of causing frame damage to the trailer is statistically zero. There is no specific place you have to mount the stabilizer so it can be as near or far from the wheels as it has to be. You will want to place it in the frame where the side to side movement is most likely. We also have slide-out...
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  • Grounding the Stromberg Carlson Trailer Jack on an Aluminum Trailer
  • In order to ground the Stromberg Carlson Trailer Jack, # JET-2500, I recommend doing just as you said. I would run a wire like # 10-1-1 from one of the mounting bolts to the negative terminal on the battery to ensure an adequate ground.
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  • Best Swivel Trailer Jack for Salt Water Environment for a Boat Trailer
  • The problem that some people have with the Fulton F2 jacks such as # F1413040134 is that they are not used to seeing plastic pieces on a trailer jack. If you are rough with a piece of plastic, it can break. But at the same time plastic is not going to corrode. If the jack is abused a person could have trouble with it. The metal parts of the jack are aluminum which is naturally corrosion resistant. Other jacks are going to be made of steel and zinc-plated or coated. Steel can rust, even...
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  • Does It Matter Which Side of the Fuse Holder Gets Run to the Battery and Which Side to the Jack
  • It doesn't matter which end of the fuse holder gets used for going to the battery and which goes to the jack. Fuses don't require current to flow through them in a certain direction so either way is fine. But typically line is the side that the power comes in on and load is the power going out. I attached a wiring diagram for the jack for you to check out also.
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  • What is the Pin Hole Size to Attach a Wheel or Foot on Pro Series 2K A-Frame Trailer Jack
  • On Pro Series trailer jack # PSRV20000103, the pin hole on the lower leg is approximately 3/8 of an inch in diameter. It is actually just slightly larger. For a foot that will fit you can use # PS1400700340. Or for a wheel use # PS1400750340. The wheel is rated for 1,200 pounds so it would limit the jack to that same 1,200 pound capacity.
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  • Stabilizing Jack for Use With Single-Axle Enclosed Trailer
  • The Domar Trailer Stabilizer Jack # TJ01RT that you referenced is an ideal solution for steadying your enclosed 6 X 12 single-axle trailer. This jack can be bolted or welded onto your trailer's frame. For a small trailer like your 6 X 12 you might be able to use one, but to have the trailer truly stable enough that you can walk in it without the see-saw effect I suggest you use two, one at each rear corner. These along with your tongue jack should be more than adequate to keep it steady. We...
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  • Replacement Gears for Square Tube Weld-On Jack
  • Replacement gear sets are available for many brands and types of jacks. The best way to identify the replacement components you need is to identify the brand and model number of your jack. There should be a brand name and part number on a decal or stamped into the jack's outer tube. For reference I have included a link to our main page for weld-on fixed-leg jacks and also to an article on trailer jacks.
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  • Is Weld-On Bracket For Fulton F2 Swing-Up Jack Made Of Aluminum Or Steel
  • I spoke with my contact at Fulton and they told me that the weld-on bracket for the Fulton F2 Swing-Up Trailer Jack, part # F1413120334, is made of steel. The jack has anodized aluminum alloy tubes which will be corrosion-resistant. This jack has a lift height of 10 inches and will work on trailer tongues that measure 4 X 5 inches.
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