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  • Recommended Stabilizer Jacks And Wheel Chocks For 26 Ft Class C Motorhome
  • Ultra-Fab Ultra Scissor Jack, part # UF48-979002, is designed for stabilizing and not for lifting the trailer. These can be mounted to the trailer and after you have used a landing gear to position the trailer at the correct height you can use these jacks to help eliminate tilting and sinking. The footplate measures 4-1/2 inches by 9 inches. The combined support capacity for these jacks is 13,000 lbs or 6,500 each. You can take a look at the product review video for these scissor jacks...
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  • Dimension Of Redline Replacement Scissor Jack When Retracted
  • When the Redline Replacement Scissor Jack, part # BAL-24011, is retracted the height is 4 inches, and the length end-to-end is approximately 26 inches. We also offer the handle assembly for this jack. For the handle you can order part # BAL-24033.
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  • Replacement Electric Stabilizer Jack to Replace a Lippert Unit
  • The Ultra-Fab stabilizer jack # UF39-941602 is not made by Lippert. If replacing the whole unit, which is what I recommend because there could be unseen damage beyond the damaged leg, you could still use the Ultra-Fab model. This one has a capacity of 3,200 pounds. We also have # UF39-941705 which has dual motors allowing you to level each side independently. It has a 6,000 pound capacity.
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  • Replacement Handle for Bulldog 5K Sidewind Swivel Trailer Jacks with Round Tubes
  • For Bulldog trailer jack # BD178203 the correct replacement handle is # BD500105.
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  • Can Pewag Vehicle Ramps Be Used On Front-Wheel Drive Vehicles
  • I spoke with my contact at Pewag about the Corex Heavy-Duty Ramp-Up Vehicle Ramp, part # P201HD and Part # P200SD. They told me that they have not tested these ramps for all applications but could not see any reason why these ramps could not be used on other vehicles, including front-wheel drive vehicles. The heavy-duty ramp, part # P201HD is designed with a weigh capacity of 150,000 lbs. For a lighter duty vehicle you may want to check out part # P200SD. This ramp has a weight...
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  • Moving a Trailer with 600 Pounds Tongue Weight Around a Flat Driveway
  • Electric jacks rarely have wheels on them because the wheel capacity is much lower than the jack capacity so it limits them if they have wheels. Instead of installing and removing a jack, I recommend a trailer dolly, # MT70225, which is rated for up to 600 pounds tongue weight. It does have a 1-7/8 inch ball but that is fine for a trailer dolly, even if the coupler takes a larger ball, because you aren't towing with the smaller ball, just moving the trailer around. I have used trailer...
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  • Are Replacement Components Available For Ultra-Fab Power Twin II Electric Stabilizer
  • At this time we offer the Ultra-Fab Power Twin II Electric Stabilizer with Dual Motors, part # UF39-941705 as a complete unit only. The only replacement components we offer for this system is the motor and switches. The prices for any of the products we carry are listed on the product page.
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  • Could a Motor Be Added to the Ultra-Fab Power Twin II Manual Stabilizer # UF39-941704
  • Yes, you could add motors to the Ultra-Fab Power Twin II Manual Stabilizer # UF39-941704. You would need the # UF39-750009 for motors (a quantity of 2) and then the # 39-841643 for replacement switches. When you add the prices together you are way better off getting the # UF39-941705 that comes with the same motors and wiring and jacks. Prices are all available below.
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  • Atwood Trailer Jack Wheel Caster Recommendations
  • If you have an Atwood trailer jack that has a 1-3/4 inch outer tube you could use the Twist Lock Wheel Caster part # AT80259, or if you have an Atwood jack with a 2 inch outer tube you could use the # 80552. Otherwise there aren't any wheel casters we offer that attach with a pin.
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  • Electric Tongue Jack Recommendation for A-Frame Trailer with 2-1/4 Inch Mounting Hole
  • To answer your question, no, you do not have to use a jack with an outer tube dimension of 2-1/4 inches. An electric jack like the Ultra-Fab Electric A-Frame Jack, # UF38-944017, with a 2 inch outer tube diameter can be mounted on your travel trailer even though the jack mounting hole is 2-1/4 inches in diameter. When it comes to installing the jack, the mounting flange was designed with slotted bolt holes to allow for installation on an a-frame trailer with a 2 inch or 2-1/4 inch opening....
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  • Is the Bulldog Jack part # BD180354 RoHS Compliant
  • I can assure you there are no restricted hazardous chemicals used in any of the finishes of the Bulldog jack like the part # BD180354. I spoke to my contact at Bulldog and he informed me that there is no hexavalent chromium or anything else that would prevent it from being RoHS compliant.
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  • Will Trailer Valet Work with a Cargo Mate Trailer
  • The Trailer Valet, # STC-V211, will work on a trailer with a maximum tongue weight, or hitch weight, or 500 pounds. So if the trailer is loaded to the maximum 7,000 pounds then the tongue weight would be too high. But the empty weight of the trailer would not be a problem. The mounting brackets will fit on trailer frames up to 2-3/4 inches wide and 6 inches tall. If the tongue weight capacity and mounting bracket fits are acceptable for your trailer then you can use it.
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  • Replacement Mounting Hardware for Fulton Bolt-Thru Swivel Marine Jack # FXPD15L
  • We have part # F500286 which would work for your Fulton Bolt-Thru Swivel Marine Jack # FXPD15L but it's only the bolts and bracket that attach the swivel bracket of the jack to the trailer frame. The bracket that the jack swivels on isn't available as a replacement part. If this is damaged you will need to replace the jack.
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  • Replacement Stabilizer Jack for a 2011 Fun Finder X 189 FBS
  • Your 2011 Fun Finder trailer could have been fitted with any number of brands of stabilizer jacks. I have included a link to the right to the options we carry. Jack # TJ01RT is a popular option with accessory rod # 80480. But we also have scissor jacks style stabilizers such as # UF48-979006.
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  • Toubleshooting Slow Moving Venture Landing Gear on a 2007 Hitch Hiker Nuwa 5th Wheel
  • Slow landing gear is usually the result of the following issues: 1. low battery voltage 2. bad ground for the jack motor 3. lack of lubrication on the jack screws and pinion gear The motor could be bad, but I would check the above mentioned things first before you replace the motor. For a replacement motor the part # LG-142178 would work as it is confirmed to fit Venture landing gear.
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  • Manual Stabilizer Jack Recommendation for a Class C 26 ft Motorhome
  • For a manual stabilizer jack I like the scissor jacks like part # UF48-979002. These have a lot of capacity and they are easy to use and adjust so they would work well on your Class C motorhome. The movement you are experiencing with your current jacks could be due to the jacks being overloaded. I attached a link to a review video for these jacks for you to check out as well.
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  • A-Frame Jack Recommendation for a 2002 Hallmark Twin Axle Enclosed Motorcycle Trailer
  • The Pro Series Trailer Jack # PS1401000303 would be a great jack for you. This A-frame jack has a 2,000 lb capacity which would be more than enough for you trailer, and the retracted height of the hitch under the mounting bracket would be about 4 inches so you would have much more clearance than your previous jack. For a foot plate that could be easily removed if needed you would want the part # PS1400700340. I attached a review video for this jack for you to check out as well.
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  • Replacement Weld-On Pipe for Pro Series Swivel Trailer Jack # PS1401460303
  • We do have the weld-on pipes that work with Pro Series trailer jack # PS1401460303. You will need mount # BD015273. It is the same pipe mount that comes with the jack.
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  • Recommended Dual-Motor Landing Gear
  • When installing a dual motor landing gear, the follower leg no longer exists because each side leg has a motor attached and adjusted individually. We do offer landing gear sets that have dual motors. I recommend the Ultra-Fab Deluxe Electric Landing Gear Set, part # UF17-943010. This system has a lift capacity of 12,000 lbs with a 38 inch lift. each motor has its own toggle switch to make leveling the trailer that much easier. For a system that has a 10,000 lb lift capacity, I recommend...
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  • What are the Dimensions of the Mounting Plate for Fulton Trailer Jack FHD2500
  • I went out to the warehouse and pulled Fulton trailer jack # FHD2500 to take the measurements you need. The mounting plate attached to the jack measures 6-1/2 inches tall and 6-1/2 inches wide overall. From the trailer frame to the outer tube of the jack measures 1 inch. The outer tube is 2-1/4 inches. The inner tube is 1-15/16 inches.
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  • Replacement Gears for Fulton and Bulldog Trailer Jacks
  • Parts are no longer available for the old Fulton Magnum jacks unless it is one of the following jack models: TJ503/C, TJU503, PMJ53, TJ507/C, PMJ75, CS750, GR700/TJ712, XP10/6/W/WC and XP100. Then you would use # F0933302S00. Or if it is a TJ1055, TJ1057, TJ1222, TJ1255, TJD125, TJ122F, XP15/L/W/WC or XPF15L you would use # F0933306S00. But we do have parts for Bulldog trailer jack # BD151101. We have handle and gear kit # BD500256 that you could use.
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  • Replacement A-frame Jack for 1997 Dutchman Popup Camper with 1-3/4
  • I spoke with my contact at Bulldog Trailer Jacks and he said you should not have to file the opening of your camper tongue. A standard sized jack, like # BD155032, which you referenced, should fit easily into the factory opening. The bolt hole pattern on the mounting bracket and the bolt hole pattern on your A-frame trailer tongue are standard, so matching up with the holes should not be a problem. The important thing is to choose a jack whose capacity is greater than the tongue weight...
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  • Could the Manual Crank of a Husky Brute Jack part # HT87247 Be Operated by a Socket and Ratchet
  • Yes, the manual crank handle of the Husky Brute Jack part # HT87247 is a standard hex socket. The replacement handle is the part # 87639. With a long enough extension and the correct socket you could use a ratchet if needed to operate the manual crank of the # HT87247.
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  • Wheel Caster Recommendation for a Bulldog A-Frame Round Jack # BD1700100301
  • Yes, the correct wheel caster for the Bulldog A-Frame Round Jack # BD1700100301 that you referenced is the Replacement Heavy-Duty, 6" Caster # BDCP555. I attached an install video for you to check out as well.
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  • Mount Recommendation for the Fulton F2 Swing-Up Trailer Jack with Dual 7" Wheels # F1413100334
  • The Fulton F2 Swing-Up Trailer Jack with Dual 7" Wheels # F1413100334 is a great jack and I have an option for you to be able to install it on your trailer, but it would not mount to a mount like the part # P9012-00. Instead you would need to remove that mount and install a # F500277 in it's place.
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  • Trailer Valet Recommendation to Make Moving a Trailer Easier
  • First off, thanks for the kind words! We appreciate you trusting us with your business! I looked up the Caravan Mover that you referenced and found it to be quite interesting. I wish we carried it or something very similar, but the closest thing we have that would work would be the Trailer Valet part # STC-V211. This is a great similar product that will allow you to move your trailer pretty easily and also works as a jack. Check out the review video I attached for this product as well.
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  • Ground Clearance Using Fulton F2 Swivel Trailer Jack with Pivoting Footplate
  • The Fulton F2 trailer jack # F1413230134 can get pretty low. I went out to the warehouse and pulled one of these jacks to measure it. The mounting bracket is adjustable so with it in the lowest position from the bottom of the foot to the bottom of the u-bolt hole using the small u-bolt measures 3-7/8 inches. With the bracket all the way up it is 17 inches. If using the larger u-bolt is measures 3-1/8 inches from bottom of foot to bottom of lower mounting hole. And In the highest...
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  • What are the Measurements on a Bulldog Square Swivel Jack # BD190758
  • I pulled the Bulldog square swivel jack # BD190758 from our warehouse to provide the measurements you requested. The jack is 26-inches in overall length, not including the handle. The handle radius is 8-1/2 inches for your reference. If the foot base plate is removed the measurement of the entire square outer tube is 24-3/4 inches. The wall thickness of the square outer tube is 0.135-inches. When the outer square tube collar is in the retracted position with the foot included it's 3-inches...
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  • Stabilizer or Scissor Jacks for a StarCraft Pop-up Camper
  • A stabilizer jack like # TJ01RT can be bolted or welded to the bottom of the trailer frame usually at the rear corners of the frame and some times at the front corners. The same goes for scissor jacks like # UF48-979002. Any welding should be done by a qualified professional welder. If you go with jack # TJ01RT you can use handle # 80480 to raise/lower the jack. You can order stabilizer or scissor jacks from us! Current pricing is available on the product pages.
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  • Is a Wheel Available for a Pipe-Mount Swivel Trailer Jack
  • The foot on the inner tube on Pro Series trailer jack # PS1401480303 is attached, all one part, so you would not be able to add a wheel. None of the pipe-mount swivel jacks come with a wheel. Your best option would be to replace the jack with something like # BD150415 and add a wheel # BDCP555 which would limit the capacity to 1,500 pounds. None of the jacks with wheels that would work are rated up to 5,000 pounds like the Pro Series jack.
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  • Do Trailer Jacks with Two Wheels Make it Easier to Maneuver a Jack on Concrete
  • Having 2 wheels will provide more surface area/contact with the ground. This could actually make it more difficult to maneuver compared to a single wheel. But two wheels are better than one when not on pavement. A single wheel tends to dig into dirt or gravel easier. A Fulton jack such as # FXPD15L is going to be the better jack compared to the MaxxTow line of jacks. I do recommend going with a Fulton. For a single wheel version use # FXP15L.
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  • Trailer Jack Options for a Heavy Boat Trailer for Person with Injured Shoulder
  • Basically, the easiest way to raise/lower a trailer is to use a jack that has a high capacity. That way it is easier for the jack to work, and in the case of a manual jack, easier on you. Since boat trailers get submerged, you do not seen many electric jacks on them. Also many boat trailers have a straight pole tongue and electric jacks are mainly designed to fit A-frame trailers. If your trailer does have an A-frame then I would go with the Husky Brute # HT87247 which has a 4,500...
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  • Is 2004 Subaru Forester Trailer Wiring Harness Strong Enough for Yakima Rack and Roller Trailer
  • If your Yakima Rack and Roll trailer was made after October 2010 then that would mean it has LED lights on it. LED lights draw very little power compared to incandescent lights and using them and 2 additional lights are well within the abilities of the trailer wiring harness on your 2004 Subaru Forester Turbo. Even if the lights were not LED, the lights on older versions of the Rack and Roll trailers would likely not be enough power draw to be a problem, even considering adding 2 more...
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  • What is the Wheel Size on Fulton Trailer Swivel Jack # FXP10
  • The wheel on Fulton trailer jack # FXP10 is 6 inches in diameter and 2 inches wide. This jack fits 3 x 5 inch trailer frames. Measure the width of the top of the frame and the height of the frame to determine if this jack will fit. If you get a different frame measurement I can recommend a different jack for you.
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  • Location of Fuse on Stromberg Carlson # JET-3500 Powered A-Frame Trailer Jack
  • If you follow the red power wire, you'll locate the fuse holder which is installed inline on the wire. The jack uses a 30 amp fuse. Check your connections to the trailer mounted battery, to ensure everything's connected correctly. If the jack is powered by the 12-volt accessory circuit from the trailer connector, use a circuit tester on the pin in the 1:00 position in the 7-way connector on the vehicle. If you're not seeing power on that pin, you'll need to check the fuse or circuit breaker...
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  • What is the Side Load Capacity for Bulldog Electric 5th Wheel Landing Gear Set # BD500161
  • I spoke with my contact at Bulldog and the Electric 5th Wheel Landing Gear Set, # BD500161, with a combined lifting capacity of 10,000 pounds, is just rated for lifting and does not have a specified side load capacity. As long as the jacks are used for the intended/normal application and the lifting limits are adhered to, the side load resistance should not be a concern.
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  • Can Atwood 5,000 Lb A-Frame Jack Replace 2,000 Lb Atwood Jack On 1999 Holiday Rambler
  • The Atwood Round A-Frame Trailer Jack, part # AT80391, is a topwind jack that has a mounting plate welded to the outer tube for standard A-frame trailer installations. This jack has a 5,000 lb weight capacity and features a 14-1/8 inch lift. This jack should work fine as a replacement for your 2,000 lb Atwood jack. If you need a footplate for this jack I recommend part # 82650. This is a heavy-duty steel plate that has a simple twist-lock design for easy installation. If you are...
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  • Is Bulldog Trailer Jack # 150010 A Sidewind Or Topwind Jack
  • I spoke with my contact at Bulldog about the Bulldog Round Trailer Jack without Mount, part # 150010. They told me this is a sidewind jack and measures 17.1 inches when retracted, and 27.1 inches when fully extended. The diameter of the inner tube is 2 inches. This has an open tube and does not have a hole for a pin to mount a foot plate. This jack does not come with any mounting hardware or with any foot attachments. If you are looking for an A-frame sidewind jack with a mounting...
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  • A-Frame Jack with Foot Plate Recommendation
  • Yes, check out the Pro Series Round, A-Frame Jack # PSEA2000-14007. It is an a-frame jack that comes with a foot that should work well for you.
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  • Troubleshooting A Fulton F2 Jack that the Inner Tube Slides Freely without Cranking
  • I spoke to my contact at Fulton and he informed me that there are 3 possible scenarios for why your Fulton F2 jack would slide freely like it is. He also said that unfortunately all three of the situations basically indicate that the jack will have quite a bit of damage internally and that your best option would be to replace the jack. Either the nut has stripped, which could potentially damage the threads of the screw. The nut has broken out of its crimp. Or, finally the pin at the...
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  • Replacement Follower Leg for a Venture VMC900L Landing Gear Set
  • The only follow leg I can recommend you use with your Venture landing gear would be the part # LG-177201. Stromberg Carlson makes the Venture landing gear, that is the brands are different but the jacks are the same. I cannot recommend you install a Bulldog motorized follow leg to go with your Venture lead leg. The only other option would be to replace your current landing gear with the landing gear set part # BD500161.
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  • Recommended Fulton Trailer Jacks With Footplate
  • We sure do have what you are looking for. We offer 4 Fulton Swing-Up Jacks with pivoting footplates. The difference is either in the mounting preference or the size of the trailer frame. For a weld-on installation, I recommend part # F1413200334. This will fit up to 5 inch frames, has 2,000 lbs static capacity, and features a 7 inch diameter footplate. For a bolt-on jack with the same weight capacity, I recommend part # F1413210334, for 4 inch trailer frames, and part # F1413220334,...
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  • Fit of Fulton F2 Swing-Up Trailer Jack # F1413140334 on 5 x 2-Inch Trailer Frame
  • According to my contact at Fulton, their 1600-lb capacity F2 Swing-Up Trailer Jack # F1413140334 will fit your 5-1/2-inch tall x 2-inch wide trailer frame with the included U-bolt mounting hardware. The jack is designed to fit 2-inch wide trailer frames. Please see the linked video. If you want to be able to immobilize the jack wheel you can use the Fulton # F500133 Wheel Wedge Kit.
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  • Dimensions of the Mounting Pipes on the Bulldog Jack part # BD190758
  • I went out into our warehouse and to measure one of the Bulldog Square Swivel Jacks # BD190758 we had in stock and found that the inner diameter of the female mount is 2-17/32 inches and the outer diameter of the male pipe mount on the body of the jack is 2-15/32 inches. Yes, the female end does get welded in place on your trailer frame. I attached a review video for you to check out as well.
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  • Stabilizer Jack Recommendation for a 1992 Coleman Pop-Up Camper
  • The Stabilizer Jack # TJ01RT that you referenced is a universal fit stabilizer jack designed to fit nearly all pop-up campers and would do a great job on your 1992 Coleman pop up. You can either bolt or weld on this jack. I attached a review video plus an install video for you to check out as well.
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  • Are Scissors Jacks Designed to Lift Trailer
  • The Ultra-Fab Scissor Jack # UF48-979032 that you referenced is strictly designed as a stabilization mechanism for trailers. This jack mounts to the underside of the trailer and then drops to hold the trailer in place to prevent rocking. These jacks are designed to stabilize, but not to support the full weight of a trailer. My technical contact at Ultra-Fab told me that the term jack is an industry term for a variety of items that do not necessarily raise a vehicle but all have a similar...
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  • Fuse Location in Atwood Power Jack # AT81069
  • The fuse holder on the Atwood A-Frame Power Jack # AT81069 is located inline with the black wire exiting the main housing. Please refer to the linked photo and to the written installation/operation instructions at right.
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  • The Best Bolt-On Swivel Trailer Jack for a Boat Trailer
  • Think of bolt-through as bolt-on without drilling any holes in the trailer frame. Bolt-around might be a better way to describe how the Fulton trailer jack # FXP15L attaches to the trailer frame. Snap ring jacks like # PSEJ10000101 as an example have a snap ring, see picture, that holds the jack to a mounting bracket. The Fulton jack is attached to the mounting bracket via a bolt in the center. For a marine swivel jack with a wheel a Fulton F2 jack, such as # F1413140334, would offer...
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  • Husky Brute Powered Jack Recommendation
  • There isn't a motor available for the Pro Series Square Jack # PS1400850383, but what you might be interested in would be a powered jack like the Husky Brute Electric Trailer Jack # HT87247. This is an A-frame jack with a 4,500 lb capacity that would work well as long as you have an A-frame jack and a tongue weight less than 4,500 lbs.
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  • Replacement Bevel Gear Kit Recommendation for an Atwood Landing Gear Follower Leg
  • The correct kit to use to replace the damaged bevel gear you have in your Atwood landing gear follower leg is part # AT75030.
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  • Current Pricing on Fulton # FXP15W Swivel Jack and Mounting Plate
  • If you click the provided links, you can see current pricing of the Fulton # swivel marine jack and the # P9012-00 mounting bracket. For delivery methods, rates and times, you'd need to speak with one of our Customer Service folks at 800-298-8924.
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  • 5th Wheel King Pin Stabilizer for 2013 Prime Time Avenger 27RLS
  • According to my research your 2013 Prime Time Avenger 27RLS has a dry hitch weight of 736-lbs, which will naturally increase with loaded supplies, water, propane, etc. We offer 5 models of king pin stabilizer with a range of weight capacities from 1200-lbs up to 5000-lbs, all of which can be seen on the link provided to your right. You have options in either steel or lighter-weight aluminum construction and also in height adjustment range. I was not able to find a specification for your...
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  • Andersen Rapid Jack # AM3620 Recommendation for a Swift Kontiki 659
  • The Andersen Rapid Jack # AM3620 would work great as a jack for your Swift Kontiki 659. We do offer this product, check out the link below to see the price and for more info. I also attached a link to the review video for this product as well.
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  • Dimensions of the Mounting Plate on the Bulldog 2-Speed Jack # BD1839060383
  • The dimensions of the mounting plate on the Bulldog 2-Speed Jack # BD1839060383 that you referenced are in the picture I attached to the right. Overall plate is 8 inches tall by 9 inches wide, the bolt holes are 7-1/2 inches apart left to right on center, and vertically the holes are 2-1/4 inches apart.
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  • How Many Ramps are Included with the Corex Heavy-Duty Ramp-Up Vehicle Ramp # P201HD
  • The Corex Heavy-Duty Ramp-Up Vehicle Ramp # P201HD that you referenced is sold individually.
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  • Which Is Easier to Crank, a Side Wind Jack or a Top Wind Jack
  • All A-Frame mounted jacks like the Pro Series Jack part # PS1400600303 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. Topwind jacks and sidewind jacks will both require the same amount of force to operate. Personally I prefer sidewinds as the cranking movement feels less awkward and more...
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  • Availability of Side Crank Trailer Jack with Removable Handle
  • Most of our sidewind trailer jacks have handles that can be removed. For example, Bulldog sidewind jacks, like # BD182415, and Pro Series sidewind jacks, like # PS1400960376, are attached by a vertical clevis and pin. Other sidewind jacks, like Fulton F2 # F1413100334, have handles that can be removed by removing the 4 screws on the top and the top cap. There is a roll pin that holds the handle in place and you will need to use a center punch and hammer to tap it out so that you can...
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  • Is There a Manual Override Hand Crank for a Ultra-Fab Rear Electric Stabilizer
  • Ultra Fab rear electric stabilizer # UF39-941602 does not come with a manual override system. Replacement Crank Handle # LG-119226 works perfectly. I pulled both parts to ensure a perfect fit and I added a few pictures for you to view.
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  • Best Electric A-Frame Trailer Jack Recommendation for a 2014 Dutchmen 275BH Travel Trailer
  • In the literature for your new 2014 Dutchmen travel trailer there should be a tongue weight listed. This is the figure you will need to consider when choosing an electric tongue jack. It will increase though when the trailer is loaded so you will need to consider that as well. I looked up your trailer and it looks like the tongue weight is 280 pounds though it isn't clear if that is the dry or loaded tongue weight (likely dry). It also looks like there is limited space between the jack...
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  • Measurement of the Jet-2500 and 3500 from the Center of the Jack Leg to edge of Motor Head
  • The # JET-2500 Stromberg Carlson electric A-frame tongue jack will provide you the most room between your propane tank cover and edge of the motor head. It measures 2 inches from the center of the jack leg to edge of the motor head. The # JET-3500 Stromberg Carlson electric A-frame tongue jack and Bulldog powered jack # BD500187 both measure right at 3-1/2 inches. I have included some videos for your reference.
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  • How Could the Ultra-Fab Gooseneck Trailer Tripod be Used with 1,500 lbs of Pin Weight
  • You should be fine as long as you do use your front jacks to take some of the pin weight off of the # UF19-950400 since it has a capacity of 1,200 lbs and your pin weight is 1,500 lbs. The fifth wheel to gooseneck adapter on your trailer would work fine.
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  • How to Lower Husky Brute Electric Jack # HT87247 w/ Manual Crank
  • The fact that you're having difficulty doesn't necessarily mean there's a problem with the jack. Before manually operating the jack using the hand crank, the brake needs to be released. If you click the provided link to the video demonstration, and fast forward to the 4 minute mark, you can see how to release the brake. Once that's done, you should be able to manually lower the jack with no problem.
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  • Availability of a Stabilizer Jack for a 2014 Jayco Pop Up Trailer
  • We do carry the Domar stabilizer jack # TJ01RT which has a capacity of 650 pounds. If you need a handle rod # 80480 I have added a link for you as well. It will let you easily fine-tune your stabilizer jack's height. I have attached a couple videos too.
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  • Could the Bulldog Jack part # BD500185 Use a Previous Powered Jack's Wiring to Install
  • The Bulldog Jack part # BD500185 should install just fine with the previous jack's wiring as long as the wire from the previous jack has the same gauge as the wire from this jack. If the previous wire looks much thinner then I would recommend you not reuse it and run new wire. I attached an install video for you to check out as well.
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  • Using Andersen # AM3620 Rapid Jacks Under Wheels of Itasca Navion Motorhome
  • My contact at Andersen tells me that there would be no problem at all with using the # AM3620 Rapid Jack under the front wheels of your motorhome. Click the provided link to see a product video.
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  • Distance Between Outside Round Mounting Holes for Ultra-Fab Ultra Scissor Jacks
  • The distance between the 2 outside mounting holes on center on Ultra-Fab scissor jacks # UF48-979031 is approximately 6 inches. I have included a picture that shows this and other dimensions for you. The picture is on the single scissor jack but it is the same on both jacks that come in the pair, # UF48-979031.
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  • What is the Amperage Draw of Motors on Bulldog Electric 5th Wheel Landing Gear Set # BD500161
  • According to my contact at Bulldog their Electric 5th Wheel Landing Gear Set # BD500161 uses two motors that each draw at maximum load 25-amps of current. This limit is determined by the set's two manual-reset circuit breakers.
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  • Replacement Gear Box Recommendation for a Venture Landing Gear Set
  • Most likely you have the Stromberg Carlson Landing Gear Set part # LG-183708. Which if you do the correct replacement gearbox would be the part # LG-179015.
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  • Can the Ultra-Fab Ultra Scissor Jacks # UF48-979031 Level a 8,500 lb Trailer
  • You can level your trailer with the Ultra-Fab Ultra Scissor Jacks # UF48-979031 but actually lifting totally off the ground wouldn't be recommended. Also, these jacks have a 6,500 lb capacity per jack so they would do a great job on your trailer that weighs 8,500 lbs total.
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  • Leveling Jack Recommendation to Stabilize a Coachman Motor Home
  • Yes, the Leveling Scissor Jack Set # JSC-30 would do an excellent job stabilizing your coachman motorhome as that is exactly what this product is designed to do.
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  • Are Corex Heavy-Duty Ramp-Up Vehicle Ramp Certified for Weight Capacity, UV Stabilized
  • I spoke with my contact at Corex and she said the Corex Heavy-Duty Ramp-Up Vehicle Ramp # P201HD has been tested and certified for 150,000 lbs. The ramp's paint does contain a UV retardant treatment.
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  • Measurements of Snap Ring Used on Bull Dog Swivel Trailer Jacks
  • The snap ring on Bull Dog swivel jack # BD151443 is actually # BD500241 and it has the following measurements: Inner diameter = 2.28 inches Outer diameter = 2.65 inches Width at widest part = 0.25 inches Thickness = 0.081 inches
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  • Is the Leveling Jacks part # JSC-24 Compatible with Saveajack System
  • We do not carry the Saveajack system, but the Leveling Jacks part # JSC-24 that you referenced are compatible with it.
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  • Bear Trailer Guard Lock Will Not Release Even Though the Key Will Turn
  • It sounds like part of the internal mechanism is no longer engaging. This might happen if the lock was exposed to chemicals used to treat snowy or iced roads which would cause corrosion. Since the key will not open the lock the only solution would be to drill out the lock or cut off the lock using a rotary tool with a cutting wheel.
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  • Troubleshooting Atwood Landing Gear Motor on a 1996 Mountainaire 5th wheel Trailer
  • I spoke to my contact at Atwood and he said there really isn't a way to ohm out the motor to determine if the motor is bad. He did say that if you hook the motor up to a 12 volt source and check the amperage draw and if it's only 3-4 amps then the problem is in the motor, if the amperage spikes up pretty high then the problem is in the leg or gear box.
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  • Powered Landing Gear Set Recommendation for a 2008 Rockwood 5th Wheel Trailer
  • The highest rated and most popular powered landing gear set we offer is the Bulldog Electric 5th Wheel Landing Gear Set part # BD500161. This set has a 10k capacity that would work great for you.
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  • Is the Manual Crank of the Husky Brute Jack part # HT87247 a Standard Socket
  • Yes, the manual crank handle of the Husky Brute Jack part # HT87247 is a standard hex socket. The replacement handle is the part # 87639. With a long enough extension and the correct socket you could use a ratchet if needed to operate the manual crank of the # HT87247.
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  • Distance Between Closest Mounting Holes on Stromberg Carlson Leveling Scissor Jack Set
  • On the Stromberg Carlson scissor jacks # JSC-24 the distance between the 2 closest mounting holes from one side to the other is greater than 3 inches. It is closer to 4 inches on center so it doesn't sound like these scissor jacks will work for you. We do not currently offer scissor jacks with mounting holes spaced as narrow as 3 inches on center. What you could do is reuse one of the mounting holes and then use the jacks as templates to drill new holes for the other mounting flange...
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  • Bolt Hole Spacing for the Atwood Stabilizer Jack # AT82302
  • I went out into our warehouse and measured the distance between the mounting holes of the Atwood Stabilizer Jack # AT82302 and found them to be 3 inches apart measured on center.
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  • Can I use a Fulton F2 Trailer Jack with a Tongue Height of 24 Inches
  • The Fulton F2 # F1413050334 would work great for your needs! I have also linked a video for you to view. I measured the jack from the ground up to its maximum extension of the center of the bracket which is 28.5 inches. Also, I would consult with a professional welder prior to welding the Fulton F2 # F1413050334 to aluminum.
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  • How to Remove the Cap from a Fulton Bolt-Thru Swivel Marine Jack # FXPD15L
  • I went and checked out a Fulton Bolt-Thru Swivel Marine Jack # FXPD15L and the only thing that holds the cap on the jack is a screw/bolt that could be removed with a flat head screwdriver or a small wrench. For the gear replacement, you will need the Fulton Bevel Gear Kit, # F0933306S00.
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  • Bulldog Rack and Gear Jack Weights
  • The Bulldog Rack-and-Gear Jack # BD165311 that you referenced weigh 14 lbs. The Pro Series Round Jack part # PS1401000303 weighs 11 lbs. The 1,200 lb capacity rack and gear jack part # BD165411 also weighs 14 lbs.
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  • Landing Gear Motor that Looks Like Stromberg Carlson Only Travels One Direction
  • If you had the Stromberg Carlson Landing Gear part # LG-1 the correct switch would be the part # LG-145236. This would wire in pretty easily and would be self-explanatory once you got into the install. For a motor and a switch you would want the part # LG-217884. If you can operate the jack manually up and down but not with the switch then the problem is either the switch or the motor. Most likely the switch. If you don't have the # LG-1 and can't determine what brand gear you...
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  • How to Remove Original Jack from 2015 Shorelander Boat Trailer
  • If you don't see any bolts holding the existing jack onto the trailer frame, it might have been installed by welding it in place. If this is the case, you'd need to grind off the welds, which is something you'd probably need a professional welding shop to handle for you. If the jack or the trailer frame is galvanized, grinding on the trailer can create toxic fumes. Once the welds are ground off, the old jack would be removed. Then, the trailer frame would need to be smoothed out and repainted...
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  • How to Determine Unknown Capacity of Axle
  • Obviously, having the information neatly printed on the axle someplace is the best case scenario, but adding some other clues together can help us make a pretty good educated guess about the capacity of your axle. If you could reply with as much of the following information as possible, I can make you some specific recommendations: -Reference numbers from inner and outer wheel bearings (or highly accurate dimensions of spindle surface where each bearing rides -Bolt pattern -number of...
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  • Dimensions Of Bulldog Sidewind Swivel Jack And Bulldog Caster
  • The Sidewind Swivel Bulldog Jack, part # BD1541150301, you referenced measures 16-3/4 inches from the top of the jack to the bottom of the tube when retracted. From the top of the jack to the center of the mounting tube the distance is 9 inches. From the center of the mounting tube to the ground when fully retracted is 7-3/4 inches and when extended it has an additional 10 inches, bringing that number to 17-3/4 inches. The handle radius is 5-3/4 inches. I have attached a product review...
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  • What is the Pull Pin Diameter on Pro Series 8k Swivel Trailer Jack
  • I spoke with my contact at Pro Series about swivel jack # PS1400860383. This jack has a pull pin that is 5/8 inches in diameter.
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  • Can Scissor Jacks Be Used to Level a 24 Foot Heavy Duty Car Hauler Trailer
  • Scissor jacks # UF48-979002 are meant to support weight but not lift it like you said so these jacks would not be the best option for your trailer. Scissor jack # JSC-30-IND is listed as having the ability to raise, lower, and stabilize so you could use it with handle # JCH-1. Or use drill attachment # UF48-979005 to speed up the process.
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  • Replacement Gears or Gearbox for Atwood Trailer Landing Gear
  • The gear box is available by itself, # 75054SP. We also have beveled gear kit # AT75030. But the beveled gears are for the 2,000 pound capacity jack legs not the gear box. The gear box gears are not available by themselves.
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  • Replacement Landing Gear Jack Recommendation
  • The pictures you submitted didn't make it through. Because I don't know what landing gear set you have on your trailer it would be pretty hard for me to recommend replacement parts. I did attach a link to a page that has all of the replacement landing gear motors we offer. If your landing gear is an Ultra-Fab, Stromberg-Carlson, or a Lipper LCI chances are we have a replacement motor.
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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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  • Jack Recommendation to Provide Max Ground Clearance
  • A swivel jack would be your best option. A swivel jack will swivel up and out of the way totally when not in use and will give you maximum ground clearance for when you are off-road. For a bolt on jack I would go with the part # PS1400300303. I attached a review video for you to check out. For a weld on jack I would go with the # PS1401440303.
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  • Where to Position Ultra-Fab Slide-Out Supports for Motor Homes # UF19-960003
  • The Ultra-Fab Slide-Out Supports for Motor Homes, part # UF19-960003, are intended to support the slide's rails, which should fit into the u-shaped channels on the supports. It should not be placed on any other portion of the slide-out unless your owner's manual so indicates, according to my contact at Ultra-Fab. In my research on your 2003 Holiday Rambler Atlantis I was not able to find any specific reference to its slideout's construction, but your owner's manual should indicate the...
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  • Should a Jack Get Hard to Crank Halfway Through it's Travel
  • It does sound like there is something that has damaged the internals of your current jack right at about halfway up. Regardless of top-wind or side-wind this should not happen. Either style would work well as a replacement for you. The part # BD1700100317 that you referenced would be a great choice. I attached a review video for you to check out.
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  • Fulton Magnum Series Jack Recommendation.
  • It looks like the Fulton Trailer Jack # FXP10W0301 that you referenced is the same style of jack you have on your trailer. This is the only jack we offer in that style so it would be the only thing that would potentially work. Still, I would rather you cut that jack off of your trailer and install a new one as installing one in the way you are interested in has never been tested and we are not sure it would work.
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  • Replacement Jack Handle for Fulton Dual-Wheel Trailer Jack
  • Fulton produces several different models of dual-wheel jack. You should be able to find the jack's part number on the bottom of its outer tube. For example, part # F1413100334 is a side wind swing-up jack rated at 1600-lbs; part # FXPD15L is a dual-wheel marine jack rated at 1500-lbs. I have linked you to our page showing all Fulton jacks where you can use the filters in the left margin to narrow the results to match your jack.
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  • Availability of Caster Wheels for a 2-Inch Trailer Tongue Jack
  • We offer a range of trailer jacks with either caster wheels or foot plates and these are offered in various capacities and with several different types of mounting configurations to suit a variety of trailers. The link provided will show you our main page for side frame-mount jacks, such as the 1000-lb-rated Pro Series # PSEJ10000101, which is a bolt-on swivel jack that fits trailer frames up to 3 x 5-inches. We also offer swiveling caster wheels separately, such as Pro Series # PS1400750340,...
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  • Would the Ultra-Fab Products Trailer Jack # UF39-941707 fit a Open Range 319fls Lite
  • You will need to measure the frame of your Open Range 319fls Lite, if the distance between the frame members is between 42 and 77 inches the Ultra-Fab Products Trailer Jack # UF39-941707 that you referenced would work for you.
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  • Weight of the Various Components of Bulldog 2-Speed Tandem Landing Gear Set
  • I went out to the warehouse and weighed the various components of the Bulldog 2-Speed Tandem Landing Gear Set # BD500153. Here's what I found: The single speed jack weighs 64 lbs. The dual speed jack with gear box weighs 81 lbs. The hand crank weighs 4 lbs. If you are interested in the Telescoping Cross Shaft Extension Tube for Bulldog Tandem Landing Gear you will need part # BDCS730300.
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  • Can a 3,500 Pound Electric A-Frame Trailer Jack Handle Tongue Weight on 4,900 Pound Trailer
  • The tongue weight of a trailer is typically 10 to 15 percent of the gross trailer weight but could be more. That would make the tongue weight of your trailer around 490 to 735 pounds. An electric jack rated for 3,500 pounds, such as # JET-3500, would work well for your trailer. The higher the capacity of the jack the easier it will be for it to do its job meaning it will last longer. I have included a link to a video review of this jack for you. I have also included a link to the right...
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