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  • Foot Plate and Wheel for Lippert 2,000 Pound A-Frame Trailer Jack LC285420
  • I was able to determine that the outer diameter of the inner leg of Lippert jack # LC285420 is 2 inches. For a foot plate you can use # PS1400700340. For a wheel # BDCP555 would work but you would be limited to 1,500 pounds which is the capacity of the wheel.
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  • Fulton F2 Trailer Jack for a Trailer with a 5 Inch Tall by 2 Inch Wide Frame
  • For a Fulton F2 trailer jack that will fit your 5 inch tall by 2 inch wide frame I recommend # F1413140334. This is a single wheel model that will be easier to turn compared to a dual-wheel model. The jack is rated for 1,600 pounds. I have included a link to a video review of this jack for you.
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  • Distance Between Teeth of the Bulldog Rack and Gear Jacks and Pressure Angle
  • I spoke with my contact at Bulldog and he sent me the attached diagram that will have the dimensions you are looking for. Looks like the angle is 29 degrees and the teeth are .2610 inches apart.
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  • Solution for Attaching Trailer Jack to Round Tube Trailer Frame
  • You are correct that all bolt-on trailer jacks require a square or rectangular frame member for installation. There is no bolt-on jack made for a round tube trailer frame since this would make securing the jack rather difficult; it would want to rotate around the frame tube whenever it was under load. You will need to have some steel material welded to your frame to allow jack installation. You can use a pipe-mount type like Pro Series # PS1401060303 which includes the weld-on pipe...
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  • Fit of TJSCHD-24 Stabilizer Jacks on 2016 Forest River Sunseeker 2450S Motorhome
  • The etrailer.com # TJSCHD-24 Scissor Stabilizer Jacks are a universal-fit item, so it should fit just about anything. The jacks would bolt to the underside of the frame members of your motorhome. When closed, the jack is 26 inches long, so if you can find a suitable mounting point on the underside of the trailer frame that's 13 or more inches inboard of the side of the motorhome, the jack will install without extending past the side of the motorhome. I've linked you to a product description...
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  • What Is Clearance Between etrailer Swivel Marine Jack Leg And Mounting Bracket
  • I went to our warehouse and measured the clearance between the mounting bracket and the leg of the Round Swivel Marine Jack, part # MJ-1206B. That distance is 1-3/4 inches. I have attached a photo of the jack with the dimension noted you can check out.
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  • Will an Ultra Fab Landing Gear fit a Trailer that has an Atwood Set Currently Installed
  • Ultra Fab landing gear like the # UF17-943010 use a larger dimension for the mounting tabs than the Atwood. Lippert, Venture, and Atwood landing gear, as well as those from a few other manufacturers use 17-1/2 inches but Ultra Fab uses 20-1/4. The Bulldog Set part # BD500161 would be a fit for the mounting tabs you have and are very similar with the dual motors and higher capacity.
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  • Technical Specifications For Pro Series Round, Snap-Ring Swivel Jack PS1400300303
  • Here are the technical specifications for the Pro Series Trailer Jack, part # PS1400300303. If you have any other questions about this jack let me know and I will be glad to help you out. I have also attached a photo of the jack and the mounting hole dimensions. Lift Capacity: 2,000 lbs. Dimensions: 17.5 inches L x 10.5 inches W x 5 inches H Weight: 12.2 lbs. Handle Style: Topwind Travel: ...
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  • Picture of Pro Series Jack PS1400300303 Installed on a Trailer
  • It looks like the Pro Series Jack part # PS1400300303 you referenced is installed correctly!
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  • Recommended Best Trailer Tongue Jack for Maneuvering in Tight Areas and on Gravel or Soft Terrain
  • The best swivel trailer jack for gravel and soft ground is the Trailer Valet # STC-V211. The Trailer Valet jack will have dual rubber wheels unlike the Fulton Jack # FXPD15L, which has plastic wheels, thus giving it better grip and support through the rougher and softer terrain. The # STC-V211 will also allow you to maneuver more precisely than the Fulton jack, because it has an integrated drive function that makes maneuvering effortless in tight spaces. Another really neat feature...
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  • Is a 3,500 lb Powered Jack Strong Enough for a Trailer with 7k Axle Capacity
  • For your trailer a 3,500 lb powered jack like the part # UF38-944037 would be more than adequate. The lifting strength for a jack is rated for the tongue weight of the trailer. If your trailer weighed 7,000 lbs you would have tongue weight of around 700 lbs so this would work well. This jack powers by plugging into a 7-way trailer connector. If you wanted one that hardwires to a trailer you would want the part # UF38-944017 instead.
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  • Troubleshooting Trailer Valet Squealing When Moving
  • I spoke with my contact at Trailer Valet and she said that what you described sounds like a lack of lubrication which is causing the sound you are describing. You will want to remove the gear cover and lubricate all the moving parts with an emphasis on the chains and the noise should go away. In the manual, which I attached a link to, there is a section on maintenance that you may find helpful.
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  • How Does the 5K Husky Super Brute Electric Trailer Jack Get Power
  • The Husky Super Brute Electric Trailer Jack # HT82022 does get powered by a trailer-mounted 12 volt battery. It has a power wire that will attach to the positive battery terminal or to the 12 volt circuit at a junction box (if the trailer is equipped with one). It will ground through the mounting hardware. I have linked a video review of the jack for you. Another option is Ultra-Fab jack # UF38-944037 which plugs into a 7-Way trailer connector to get its power from the 12 volt circuit....
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  • Where do the Roll Pins Install on a Shelby Trailer Jack
  • It sounds like it is a roll pin that broke. The roll pin could be holding the handle in or a gear to a shaft. On a lot of gears that use roll pins you would have to take them completely out of the jack to see where they go. I have included a picture of what it may look like. For 1-1/4 inch diameter Shelby jacks we have replacement gear kit with pins # 5798-82. For 2 inch diameter jacks we have # 5772-82.
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  • Replacement Swivel Jack with Lowest Possible Retracted Height for Use on Small Utility Trailer
  • I was able to find a swivel jack option for you that has a retracted height of 11 inches from the bottom of the wheel to the center of the mounting bracket, but none of the trailer jacks with a caster that we offer have a retracted height of 10 inches or less. The jack that may work best for you is the Fulton F2 Trailer Jack, like # F1413040134. This jack has an adjustable mounting bracket with the lowest retracted height being 11 inches. The lift height of the jack is 10 inches, and...
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  • Recommended Replacement Landing Gear For 1999 National RV Seabreeze 5TH Wheel
  • Most landing gears have the same mounting location for the brackets on their trailer. The worst case would be that the brackets would need to be removed from your trailer and welded into place to work with the landing gear you choose. You want the brackets welded in place by a certified professional. I have attached a drawing that shows where you can measure to find the right landing gear for your trailer. You can verify this by measuring the distance between the mounting clamps that...
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  • Is the Bulldog Electric 5th Wheel Landing Gear Switch Panel a Plastic or Aluminum Construction
  • I went out to the warehouse to check the control switch panel for the Bulldog Electric 5th Wheel Landing Gear # BD500161 that you referenced. The switch panel plate is made from aluminum. A replacement control switch is available as part # BD500368.
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  • Recommended Replacement Landing Gear For Keystone Cougar 285 5th Wheel Trailer
  • The Venture brand was made by Lippert Components, so it is very likely that a Lippert landing gear jack will work for you. Based on the weight of your trailer, you will want the # LG-1 landing gear set, but we will want to measure to be sure this is the right size for you. The two things you will want to measure will be the distance of the black outer tube of the jack and the distance between the frame clamps (this measurement can differ depending on where the weld stops are located)....
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  • Trailer Hitch Recommendation for a Pontoon G3 Boat Trailer
  • The Fulton Jack part # FTJ12000101 would be a great option that would work well for you. I looked up pictures of your trailer and they all had very similar jacks. I attached an install video for you to check out as well.
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  • Replacement Landing Gear Recommendation for a 2006 Keystone Raptor
  • You most likely have Lippert 6k landing gear like the powered set part # LC333964 that is also 6k rated. Landing gear is rated for lifting capacity and not for overall trailer capacity. So the landing gear on your trailer could very easily be rated at 6k since most of the weight of the trailer will be over the wheels and not the jack. For a 10k rated powered set the Bulldog part # BD500161 would also be a great option for you to consider as well.
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  • Dimension From Center of Jack Tube to Outermost End of Light on Front for Tailgate Clearance
  • I was able to go out to the warehouse and measure the Suspension Pro # 81199 for you and got a measurement of 5-1/4 inches from the center of the tube to the outermost end of the front of the light. You may also consider rotating the jacks direction for better tailgate clearance. I have included a diagram for you to better see this dimension.
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  • Recommended Electric A-Frame Jack For 16-Ft Airstream Bambi Trailer
  • From my research I found that your 16-ft Airstream Bambi has an A-frame. I recommend the Husky Brute Electric Trailer jack, part # HT87247. This jack features a 6-inch drop leg and lift of 18 inches so the total travel is 24 inches. This also includes a manual override if needed. This is a bolt-on installation. To keep the jack protected from the elements over prolonged periods of time I recommend part # UF38-944020.
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  • Replacement A-Frame Trailer Jack for a 3,900 Pound 2006 Trail Cruiser Camper
  • Atwood trailer jack # 273400 could work but it would hang down a little further than your old jack. On it, the distance from the mounting bracket to the bottom of the jack when fully retracted is 7-3/4 inches. So to the bottom of the outer tube would be a little more that 4 inches. I have linked a video review of this rack for you. A better option closer to the measurements you have provided is Pro Series jack # PS1401000303. It measures 5-1/2 inches from the mounting bracket down to...
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  • How to Get a Replacement Wheel for the Bulldog Rack and Gear Jacks
  • Since the caster (wheel assembly) of the Bulldog Rack and Gear jacks like your # BD169201 are not designed to come off the only way to replace the wheel is to replace the entire post with the part # BD018308.
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  • Recommended Marine Trailer Jack to Replace a Fulton Magnum Series Jack 1,000lbs
  • I spoke to my Fulton representative and the Magnum Jack you had was a custom jack for Ranger Boats that have since been discontinued. He also said that they don't offer a jack that will fit this mount, but I do have a solution for you. The Pro Series # PSEJ10000101 Snap-Ring Swivel Jack, has a 1,000lbs and a 10 inch lift. Fits your weight needs and will bolt on around the frame of your trailer and be similar to your old jack in that it swivels for better clearance. I've linked an...
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  • Trailer Jack Recommendation for a Triton Jet Ski Trailer
  • Sounds like you are looking for a trailer jack for your Triton Jet Ski trailer that has a caster wheel on it to make it easier to move around by hand. The most popular option we offer that would fit your trailer well is the Pro Series jack part # PSEJ10000101. I looked up pictures of your trailer and the mounting bracket of this jack would work well on your trailer. I attached an install video for you to check out as well.
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  • Comparing Trailer Jacks and Stabilizers
  • Jacks and stabilizers differ in that jacks like # PSEA20000103 are intended to lift part/all of the trailer tongue weight while stabilizer jacks like Ultra-Fab Ultra Scissor Jacks # UF48-979002 are intended to support weight and prevent motion (but not to do actual lifting). Even though these stabilizers are each rated for 6500-lbs (far more than your camper's actual weight) you do not want to use them to lift the trailer. Keep in mind that the mounting point where you install them also...
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  • Replacement Jack for Ranger Boat Trailer with Weld-On Jack
  • The Fulton Bolt-Thru Swivel Marine Jack, Weld-On # FXP15W is designed to mount to its mounting bracket with a single center bolt. The mounting bracket designed to work with this jack is part # P9012-00. In order to replace the weld-on jack on your boat trailer, you will want to cut off the existing mounting plate. I spoke with Ranger boats and they informed me that the manufacturer of their weld-on jacks is no longer in business, and that there are no replacement parts for it. They...
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  • Can ProSeries Round, Snap-Ring Swivel Jack, Side-Frame Mount Jack Be Used on a Travel Trailer
  • A side-frame mount jack like the Pro Series Round, Snap-Ring Swivel Jack # PS1400300303 could be used on a travel trailer, but there are some things you will want to take into consideration. Typically, A-frame jacks are used on travel trailers to provide support at the centerline of the trailer. A side-mount jack will provide support at one side of the trailer. When possible, it is best to support the trailer at the center of the A-frame, rather than to one side or the other. Another...
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  • Trailer Jack Option for Trailer with 1-3/4 inch Hole for Jack Leg to Fit
  • All of the sidewind jacks like the part # PSRV20000103 will have an outer diameter of 2 or 2-1/4 inches. This one happens to be 2-1/4 inches. You would have to open up the lower hole to match the correct size of the larger jack. A qualified fabricator in your area would have no problem doing this. This jack would work great for you as it has more than enough capacity. For a foot plate you would need part # PS1400700340 or a wheel caster # PS1400750340.
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  • Troubleshooting 2016 Little Tough Guy Tag Max A-Frame Jack Scraping Driveway with a 2014 Mazda CX-5
  • Bummer to hear about you bending your jack, I have a solution for you, but I can't recommend you cut off any of your current jacks tubing. I would instead suggest you get a swivel jack like the ProSeries # PSEJ10000101 and remove your current A-frame jack. This ProSeries jack will bolt onto your trailers frame and allow you to swivel it out of the way for better ground clearance when not in use. I have linked a video installation video of the jack as well as the page with all of...
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  • Could the Bulldog Round, A-Frame Jack Fit a 3-1/2 Inch Bolt Pattern on Trailer
  • All A-Frame mounted jacks we offer like the Bulldog Round A-Frame Jack, part # BD155033, use the same 3-inch mounting hole bolt pattern. Are the mounting holes on your trailer slotted at all? If so, a standard 3 inch pattern may still work if you measure first to be sure.
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  • Trailer Valet Recommendation for Trailer without Clearance for Frame Bracket
  • I have a solution for you, but based on your trailer frame not having much clearance for the install bracket of the # STC-V211 you would instead want the part # TVXL2 as it will fit in the hitch ball when you need to move the trailer around and won't require mounting to your trailer. This will fit a 2 inch hitch ball. If instead you have a 2-5/16 inch ball you would want the part # TVXL25.
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  • Will Atwood Stabilizer Jack Work With 2001 Coleman Taos Pop-Up Camper
  • The mounting plate on the Atwood Stabilizer Jack, part # AT82301 measures 2 x 4 inches and the mounting hole distance is 3 inches center to center. You can check out the underside of your pop-up to make sure you have a good mounting location to mount this. This jack when lowered has a retracted length of 11-1/2 inches and when the leg is extended has a height up to 17-3/4 inches. The capacity of this jack is 1,000-lbs. When mounting these you want to make sure they face the rear...
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  • Does the Ram Scissor Stabilizer Jack # TJSC-24 Come With Mounting Hardware
  • The Ram Scissor Stabilizer Jack # TJSC-24 does not come with attachment hardware. I recommend going with the largest bolts that will fit, grade 5 or higher, if you will be bolting the jacks on. They can also be welded on, which will be the strongest option. Welding should be performed by a qualified professional.
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  • Motor and Switch Parts to Convert Landing Gear Set RVLG-8000 to Powered Operation
  • The gear box included in the etrailer Landing Gear Set # RVLG-8000 has pretty much standard dimensions, approximately 5-1/2-inches wide x 7-inches tall. It should fit in the same space as the original. The motor assembly that converts to a powered landing gear setup, part # M1230, bolts right up to the gearbox. The switch is NOT included with the motor but we offer part # LG-145236.
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  • Recommendations For Electric Landing Gear On 2000 Sportsman Fifth Wheel Trailer Making Noise
  • Noises coming from the landing gear on your fifth wheel trailer could indicate a number of things. It could mean the motor, gears, or possibly the long screw in some landing gears can be damaged or broken. Troubleshooting landing gears can be cumbersome and frustrating. I have attached a link to our product page for the landing gear repair kits that includes the repair kits we offer. If you can identify the landing gear you have that would really make it easier to find the right repair...
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  • Trailer Jack Recommendation that Allow Tailgate Clearance
  • Scissor jacks are designed for stabilizing, not lifting. I wouldn't recommend you use one as an A-frame jack. You might be better off with a side mounted jack like the part # DL22800 that can be positioned further back on the trailer frame for more tailgate clearance.
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  • Recommended Sidewind Weld-On Trailer Jack For Farm Equipment
  • We do have pipe mount sidewind trailer jacks but none of them have a caster wheel as you mentioned. I do have another option for you. If you are able to remove the pipe mount on your trailer I recommend the Fulton F2 Swing-Up Trailer Jack, part # F1413060334. Instead of using the pipe mount on your trailer, you can weld the mounting plate included with the F2. The # F1413060334 can then be bolted to the plate. This jack swings up and out of the way when not being used, or you can take...
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  • Replacement Light And Toggle Switch For Ultra-Fab Electric Jack.
  • If your jack is an Ultra-Fab 3500 Series jack, then the replacement utility light you need is part # UF38-101102. The Replacement Toggle ON/OFF Motor Switch, part # UF38-75-1037 is designed for Ultra-Fab # UF38-944014, # UF38-944016, and # UF38-944017 jacks.
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  • How to Determine if the Fulton XLT Will Bolt Up to a Welded on Trailer Bracket on Boat Trailer
  • Does the welded on bracket on your trailer look like the part # P9012-00? If so, then you would want the part # F141132 for a Fulton XLT jack that would bolt right up to your trailer. If not, then you could pretty easily remove the bracket and install the # P9012-00.
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  • Powered A-Frame Jack Recommendation for a 2015 KZ Spree Escape 196S Travel Trailer
  • The Atwood Powered Jack part # AT81067 that you referenced would be an excellent choice for a powered A-frame jack for your 2015 KZ Spree Escape 196S travel trailer. This jack has a 3k capacity and a robo foot that folds up as you raise the jack and then folds out when lowering which allows for less time raising and lowering the jack. I attached an install video for you to check out as well.
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  • Is the 5x Trailer Valet the Same as the V211
  • The Trailer Valet 5X replaced the V211. Our part # STC-V211 is the 5X and would be the latest version. I attached a review video for this jack for you to check out as well.
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  • Trailer Jack Replacement For a 1997 Ranger Comanche Boat Trailer
  • It really looks like you have a Fulton Jack like the part # FTJ120W0301 based on the picture you submitted. The jack portion of the picture matches the jack I mentioned but the bracket on the trailer does look slightly different. Does the tube welded to your trailer that the jack mounts to measure 2 inches? If so this would be a match.
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  • Replacement Bearing Recommendation for Bulldog Square Jack 190708
  • The correct replacement bearing for the Bulldog Square Jack # BD190708 is the part # BD500224.
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  • Replacement Powered Landing Gear Recommendation for a 2010 Heartland Big Horn Fifth Wheel
  • Yes, the Bulldog Landing Gear part # BD500161 are going to fit your trailer that has weld stops that are 15-1/2 inches apart from inside to inside. That is exactly what these are designed to fit.
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  • Recommended Versatile 1,500 Pound Foot Plate or Wheeled Trailer Jack
  • Sounds like you are looking for a Bulldog Round Jack # BD170205. This jack has no mount or foot plate for the ultimate versatility. This jack has a lift capacity of 5,000lbs and a lift of 15 inches. You can buy the weld on mount # BD500339 and a foot plate # BD018098 or wheel # BDCP555 to transform your standard jack to a rolling with the ease of just a snapper pin. I have linked a video for you to see just how easy it is. It's important to know that you will be limited by your lowest...
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  • Replacement Housing for Husky Powered Jack
  • We do offer a replacement upper housing kit # HT87642 for Husky Brute Electric Trailer Jacks and this fits the Husky Brute series jack model # HT87247. All Husky jack replacement parts are shown on the linked page.
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  • Speed of Operation for High Speed and High Torque Settings of Bulldog # BD500161 Landing Gear
  • In the High Speed setting, the landing gear travels 9 inches per minute, 4.5 inches per minute in the high torque setting. Which setting is right for you? Obviously, the high speed setting is faster but in the high torque setting, the motor isn't working as hard which means the motors would typically last longer. Since the # BD500161 has a much higher capacity than your old landing gear, you've got quite a bit of capacity in reserve. Because of that, I believe you could use the high speed...
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  • Recommendations for Easily Moving Around a Log Splitter on a Trailer
  • A swivel jack could work though it will likely not be as stable as you would like and would not make the log splitter that easy to move. What I recommend is a trailer dolly. We have some basic trailer dollies such as # MT70225 that would work for you. Or for something that will make moving the trailer even easier I recommend the Trailer Valet XL, # TVXL25 for a 2-5/16 inch ball, or # TVXL2 for a 2 inch ball. Any of the dolly options means that you will not have to permanently mount anything...
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  • How to Determine if the Fulton Swivel Marine Jack JXP10W0301 Will Fit a Trailer
  • I tried searching for the part number you listed but could not find anything with Fulton or online. However, if the mounting bracket on your trailer looks like the part # P9012-00 the Fulton Jack part # FXP10W0301 is going to fit and work well.
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  • Trailer Jack Recommendation for a Trailer with only 3 inches of Available Frame Space
  • A swivel pipe-mounted jack like the Pro Series part # PS1401460303 can mount to a trailer frame and since the pipe that welds to the frame is only 2 inches wide it would fit on your trailer frame that only has 3 inches of clear space. I attached a review video for this jack for you to check out as well.
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  • Replacement Fulton Swivel Jack to Fit Weld-On Mount Already on Trailer
  • Since you have a Fulton jack you will want to replace it with a Fulton so that you can reuse the same mount. For that jack # FTJ120W0301 is going to be the best option.
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  • Swiveling Trailer Jack for Use on Gravel Surface
  • We offer replacement wheels for trailer jacks that include just the wheel itself, wheels with hardware and wheels with the caster assembly. None of these are pneumatic tires and none has a 2000-lb capacity. We do offer the Trailer Valet 5X Swivel Jack and Trailer Mover # STC-V211 which can handle a 500-lb tongue weight (TW) and that includes a pair of pneumatic tires that make rolling on gravel much easier than with jacks that have a solid wheel. This swiveling jack fits on trailer frames...
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  • Recommended Swing-Up Trailer Jack For Pontoon Boat Trailer
  • It sounds like your trailer jack was a custom installation. We do not offer a jack that is designed to be mounted like you described. The jacks we have are either a bolt-on or they have a plate that can be welded to the trailer frame. The fold-up tongue jacks we offer for trailers are designed to fit trailer frames or tongues of different sizes like part # F1413140334 which will fit trailers with a 4 to 5 inch frame. This jack has a capacity of 1,600 lbs and is a bolt-on application....
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  • Will Bulldog Electric 5th Wheel Landing Gear Replace Lippert Landing Gear Without Requiring Welding
  • To ensure that the Bulldog Electric 5th Wheel Landing Gear Set # BD500161 that you referenced will fit your Bighorn 5th wheel without welding you will want to take a quick measurement. The measurement you will want to take is of the weld stops on your existing jacks, and compare the measurements with those of the Bulldog # BD500161. The Bulldog jacks measure 17-1/2 inches from outside to outside of the weld stops, and they measure 15-1/2 inches from inside to inside. If this is the...
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  • Recommended Leveling Jacks For Winnebago View
  • The Stabilizer Jack you came from, part # TJ01RT can be permanently mounted typically under the corners of your camper. Each jack has a 650-lb capacity and are sold individually, and are designed for a smaller RV than your View. The stabilizer jacks I recommend for your Winnebago View are the Stromberg Carlson Leveling Scissor Jacks, part # JSC-24-IND. These jacks mount on the corners of your camper and adjust from 4 inches to 24 inches as needed. Each jack has a capacity of 5,000-lbs....
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  • Recommended Trailer Jacks With Wheels For Horse Trailer
  • The trailer jacks we offer that are the most heavy-duty are the Fulton F2 Swing-Up. These jacks have a capacity of 1,600-lbs and a re a bolt-on jack. The first F2 I recommend is part # F1413020134. This sidewind jack has dual 7-in wheels and has a lift height of 10 inches. This will fit 3 x 4 inch trailer tongues. The second jack I recommend is part # F1413140334. This will work with trailer tongues between 4 and 5 inches. this jack has an 8-inch wheel and 1,600-lb capacity. It...
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  • Weld-On Mounting Bracket Needed for Fulton # FXP10 Swivel Marine Jack
  • I see by looking up your account that you ordered the Fulton # FXP10 Swivel Marine Jack. This jack is a bolt-on application, and I'm guessing you're needing he bracket that would weld on to the boat frame so the jack would become a weld on application. If that's the case, you'll need part # P9012-00. If you're planning on doing the installation yourself, and your trailer frame is galvanized, be sure to complete the installation outdoors or in a well ventilated area as welding on galvanized...
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  • Replacement Landing Gear Option for Trailer with 15 inches Between Mounting Brackets
  • 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 two sizes we offer are for 17-1/2 inches between the brackets like the Bulldog part # BD500161 or 20-1/4 inches apart like the Ultra-Fab # UF17-943010 .
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  • Does Husky Brute Electric Tongue Jack Capacity Represent Maximum Tongue or Trailer Weight
  • The 4500 lb figure represents the lift capacity of the jack itself. It'll lift your trailer's tongue weight with ease. Having a jack with that much capacity might seem like overkill, but having a powered trailer tongue jack with the highest available capacity means that the jack will operate more quickly (10 inch travel in about 38 seconds), and because it isn't running at the edge of its capability, the jack will last a lot longer. The Husky Brute # HT87247 offers an Auto-Stop feature...
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  • 5th Wheel Trailer Electric Landing Gear for Trailer with Limited Clearance
  • The gear box on Bulldog landing gear # BD500162 is designed to mount in the orientation shown and will not work properly in not assembled that way. Landing gear set # LG-1 is more like what you are looking for. It does not stick up above the top of the jack nearly as far as the Bulldog set. But it is rated for 5,500 pounds and not 8K like the Bulldog.
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  • Recommended Replacement A-frame Sidewind Jack for Airstream Trailer
  • We offer several A-frame sidewind jacks that would work for your Airstream trailer. The jack I recommend is the Bulldog A-Frame Round Jack, part # BD1700100301. This jack features 15 inches of travel and has a 5,000-lb capacity. The distance from the mounting plate to the top of the jack is 14-3/4 inches. I have attached a photo of this jack with the dimensions noted you can check out. The mounting plate for the jack is typically universal as you mentioned. Check the mounting holes...
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  • What is the Tubing Width of the etrailer Landing Gear Set # RVLG-8000
  • The etrailer landing gear # RVLG-8000 has the standard 2-1/2 inch square dimensions like most landing gear sets.
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  • Replacement Trailer Swivel Jack for Trailer with Two 3500-lb Axles
  • Trailer tongue weight (TW) is usually around 15-percent of gross trailer weight. If your trailer is a car hauler with two 3.5K axles, the jack capacity I suggest is 1500-lbs. You can click on the linked page to see all 1500-lb-rated swivel jacks. For a cost-effective bolt-on swivel jack you can use the etrailer # MJ-1500B. This jack fits frames from 2- to 4-inches in height and it provides 11-inches of travel.
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  • Can Just the Head of an Electric A-Frame Trailer Jack be Rotated 90 Degrees
  • There isn't an easy way to rotate just the head on an A-frame trailer jack such as # LC285318 or your 1817941. What you can do is rotate the entire jack and bolt it back down. This will result in a greater than 90 degree rotation but is the only way that you could turn an A-frame jack.
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  • Availability of Motor Kit for Bulldog Landing Gear BD500162
  • For a 13K 5th wheel the Bulldog Tandem Landing Gear Set # BD500162, which is rated for 8000-lbs, will be more than adequate. According to my contact at Bulldog they do not offer a motor kit for this particular jack. For powered landing gear you might instead consider # LG-1 from Stromberg Carlson. This landing gear is rated for 5500-lbs, still enough for your trailer. For a higher-rated Bulldog powered jack kit use part # BD500161. This is a dual-motor set-up rated for 10K.
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  • Lippert Electric Trailer Jack Will Not Extend or Retract
  • A jack that does not extend or retract could have a few things going on. If you have Lippert trailer jack # LC285318 then it does have a fuse on the red power wire. It is a 30 amp fuse that you can get at any auto parts store. What you can check, besides the fuse, is where the jack is mounted. It grounds through where it mounts so that area must be clean and free of corrosion for a good ground to complete the circuit. Also check the trailer mounted battery. If the battery has insufficient...
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  • 2k Trailer Jack Recommendation that Fits 2 inch Pipe Mount and has 15 inches of Lift
  • The Pro Series jack part # PS1401200303 would be perfect. It has a 2k capacity, fits a 2 inch pipe and has 15 inches of lift.
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  • Will Stabilizer Scissor Jacks Help with Movement in an RV From People Moving Around
  • The Ultra Fab Scissor Jacks part # UF48-979002 are designed to do exactly what you are looking for. They will stabilize the RV so that when people move around the hole trailer doesn't move. You may also be interested in slide-out stabilizers as well like the part # JB-30. This will further help stabilize the trailer by bracing the slide out as well.
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  • How is the Bulldog Jack part # BD180304 Lubricated
  • Actually the Bulldog Jack part # BD180304 does not have a zerk fitting but I can tell you how Bulldog recommend you lube this jack. Bulldog recommends you apply a lightweight oil to the screw stem like in the picture I attached.
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  • Distance from Outer Tube to Back of Motor On Atwood Electric Trailer Jack AT81067
  • On Atwood electric trailer jack # AT81067 the distance from the outer tube out to the back of the motor is approximately 1 inch. I have included a link to a video review of this jack for you.
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  • What is the Extended and Retracted Jack Height for Dutton-Lainson 1K Swivel Jack DL22560
  • That depends on the trailer that jack # DL22560 is installed on. I can tell you that when mounted this jack measure 27-5/16 inches from the center of the mounting bracket to the bottom of the wheel with the jack fully extended. When fully retracted it is 15-5/8 inches. Trailers are all different heights with different frame dimensions so you have to go by the extended/retracted measurements.
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  • Outer Tube Dimensions of the Square Drop Leg Stabilizer Jack SJ-R208
  • The outside dimensions of the outside tube of the # SJ-R208 measures 1-1/2 inch by 1-1/2 inch. The overall length is 8 inches. The outside dimensions of the inner leg are 1-1/4 by 1-1/4 inch. For more info and more dimensions check out the review video I attached for this as well.
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  • How Much Does the Trailer Stabilizer Jack TJ01RT Weigh
  • One stabilizer jack # TJ01RT with hardware is approximately 4-1/2 pounds but for your calculations I recommend assuming they are 5 pounds only because it is better to overestimate then under estimate if the weight is critical. The shipping weight on one of these is 5 pounds but minus the packaging and it is closer to 4-1/2. I have linked a couple of videos on this jack for you.
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  • Can A-Frame Trailer Jack be Removed and Side Frame Mounted Jack Installed
  • You can remove the A-Frame jack and install a frame-mounted jack on your trailer if you want to. It would not harm the trailer but if you wanted you could weld in some pipe in the old A-frame jack hole or cover it top and bottom with steel plates to ensure rigidity. I recommend a swivel jack, # PSEJ10000101, that can rotate out of the way when you tow the trailer. This jack bolts on up to 3x5 inch frames and has a 1,000 pound capacity. I have linked some videos on this jack for you.
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  • Which Way Should the Leg Fold Up on Trailer Stabilizer Jack TJ01RT
  • In the video showing installation of stabilizer jack # TJ01RT they were installed that way because that is the way the customer wanted them on the trailer. We recommend installing them so that the leg folds up towards the rear of the trailer because if a leg should fall it wouldn't act like a pole-vault. But with the built in safety features of this jack it is not likely that would ever happen so you really could install them facing any way you wanted. But to err on the side of caution...
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  • Short Profile Powered Jack Recommendation for A-Frame Trailer
  • The Pro Series A-Frame Powered Jack, # PS500198, is 18 inches from the mounting bracket to the top of the jack. This should work well for you since you have 21 inches of clearance from the trailer frame up to the portion of the trailer you referenced. I attached a review video for this jack for you to check out as well.
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  • 1996 Carri Lite Landing Gear Replacement Availability
  • In order to pick out a direct replacement for the landing gear on your 1996 Carri-Lite 633RKS 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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  • Connecting the Ultra-Fab Electric A-Frame Jack with 7-Way Plug to Power
  • The Ultra-Fab Electric A-Frame Jack # UF38-944037 that you referenced is designed to get power from the tow vehicle by connecting to the vehicle's 7-Way trailer connector. The connector on the jack will plug into the vehicle's 7-Way socket in place of the trailer's connector. The jack has a 7-Way RV-style plug that uses the ground and 12V power wire connections at the rear of your tow vehicle in order to power the jack. The # UF38-944037 is a great jack option for trailers that do not...
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  • Electric Trailer Jack Extends Fine But Does not Easily Retract
  • If it runs when you push the retract switch then it likely is not the switch though it would not hurt to clean the contacts on the inside. It sounds like the jack has been over extended at some point which can damage the threads on the nut and/or screw on the inside. Try raising the jack about half way and then retracting it. If it works fine then that is probably the issue. If the jack continues to have problems then there may be a problem with the motor/gears. Either way, damaged threads,...
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  • Electric A-Frame Trailer Jack Only has Intermittent Power
  • It does sound like there could be some loose wiring in the jack head or it could also be a bad switch/dirty contacts for the switch. Most electric jacks you can take apart to access these components to repair or replace parts as needed. If that does not solve the problem then the first thing I recommend checking on your powered trailer jack is the ground connection. Over time a ground connection can get corroded and cause a poor ground so the circuit is not completed. Many electric...
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  • Double-Wheel Weld-On Trailer Swivel Jack Recommendation
  • We have a swivel jack that meets most of your criteria; the Fulton dual-wheel, weld-on swivel jack # F1413060334. It has dual 7 inch wheels and is rated for 1,600 pounds. But the wheels are plastic, not metal. I have included a link to a video review of this jack for you.
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  • Replacement Top Housing for Lippert Power Tongue Drive LCI1817941 A-Frame Jack
  • The only replacement cover available for the Lippert Components Power Tongue Jack, 3,500 Pounds # LC285318 comes in black. To replace the cover on your 3,500 pound Lippert Power Tongue Drive Jack, you can use the Replacement Plastic Cover, Black # 7145-225868-B.
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  • Replacement Parts for Dutton Lainson Trailer Jack
  • We do offer both replacement parts and complete Dutton Lainson trailer jacks. All complete jacks can be view by clicking on the linked page. All Dutton Lainson jack replacement parts can be viewed by clicking on the other featured link. You can use the filters on the pages to select your type of jack and the type of replacement part you need, such as caster wheel # DL22414 that fits their a-frame jack # DL22530. I checked with Dutton Lainson for your part number 203960B but this was...
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  • Replacement Gear Kit Recommendation for 2k Bulldog Sidewind Jack
  • Yes, but the gears also come with the handle. For that you would want the part # BD500256. This would be the correct parts for the Jack part # BD1541150301.
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  • How to Determine if a Dutton-Lainson Swivel Jack Will Fit a Demco Tow Dolly
  • Dutton-Lainson jack # DL22300 is a potential fit for your Demco tow dolly. You just have to look at the hole spacing on the bracket attached to the dolly tongue to see if it matches the jack's hole spacing. I have included a picture showing the hole spacing on the jack.
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  • Trailer Jack with Wheel Recommendations for a Raft Trailer
  • Sounds like you have a trailer jack on your trailer and you are looking for a wheel caster that will fit it. Or maybe you are looking for a new jack for your trailer. What kind of trailer do you have? Is it an A-frame or a pole tongue type trailer. I attached a page that has all of the trailer jacks we offer that have wheels on them. The most popular option we have is the Pro Series jack part # PSEJ10000101 which has a 1,000 lb capacity. If instead you need an A-frame jack the part...
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  • Availability of Replacement Gear Box for Venture 9000 Fifth Wheel Landing Gear
  • It sounds like your needing the replacement gearbox, which is available as part # LC276602. Lippert confirms that the gearbox is compatible with your Venture 9000 landing gear. The gearbox has a 3:1 ratio.
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  • Trailer Jacks with 28 to 30 Inches of Lift to Lift a 3,300 Pound Trailer
  • If I understand correctly you want both jacks to be driver legs but have the capacity and lift in etrailer landing gear set # RVLG-8000. We have various lead legs by themselves, see link, but without cranks. I think I have a better solution. Take a look at Shelby weld-on jack # 6101B. This jack has a 3,500 pound capacity and has up to 30 inches of lift (combined lift from cranking and extension of drop leg). Or we have Pro Series jack # PS1400850383 with a total of 29 inches of...
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  • Short Powered A-Frame Jack to Fit Under Truck Camper Door
  • The Pro Series A-Frame Powered Jack, # PS500198, is 18 inches from the mounting bracket to the top of the jack. This would work well for you since 18 inches is the height you need and the other jacks we offer are taller than this. I attached a review video for this jack for you to check out as well.
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  • Electric Landing Gear Recommendation for a 2007 Montana Mountaineer 342PHT
  • I spoke with Lippert and according to them they have a custom set of replacement legs made specifically for the Keystone Montana RV Line. The specific OEM replacement legs for the Keystone Montana's are Follow Leg # LC178652 and the Lead Leg # LC178653. Because of their unique designs they will be the only ones that fit the Montana. The replacement motor for the Keystone Montana is # LG-142178.
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  • Why Does an A-Frame Trailer Jack Get Difficult to Crank
  • I spoke with my contact at Fulton jacks and he stated that what you are describing is a symptom of the jack screw inside the jack seizing up. Jack companies don't make the internals of their jacks easily accessible for cleaning and lubrication. Typically to get them apart requires quite a bit of work and then they are nearly impossible to get back together properly. You can try lubricating the jack from the bottom of the inner leg up into the top of the jack, but it's going to be much...
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  • Replacement Landing Gear Cross Shaft for Stromberg Carlson Landing Gear
  • For your Stromberg Carlson landing gear the correct replacement shaft that runs between both feet of the landing gear is part # LC334096.
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  • Replacement 30 Amp Fuse Holder for Husky 3K Electric Trailer Jack
  • The Husky 3K powered trailer jacks such as # HT87248 use a 30 amp fuse. What I recommend instead of replacing the fuse and wiring is to use a circuit breaker, # PK54530, so that it will auto-reset. Then you just need some 10 gauge wire, # 10-1-1, sold by the foot. Or for a fuse holder you can use # SWC9545 with a 30 amp mini fuse obtained locally. This is a 12 gauge wire but given the short distance from the jack to the battery this small piece of 12 gauge wire will work perfectly fine.
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  • Are Valve Stems Easily Accessible to Add Air to the Trailer Valet Tires
  • Yes, the valve stems on the tires for the Trailer Valet # STC-V211 are easily accessible. Take a look at the picture I added pointing out the stem on one side. The trailers can be inflated to a maximum of 85 psi. Make sure the tires are at or near 85 psi because under inflated tires can lead to tire failure.
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  • Can Bulldog Rack and Gear Jack be Mounted so the Handle is More to the Front of the Trailer
  • Technically, yes, you can position and bolt down Bulldog rack and gear jack # BD165311 so that the handle winds at the front of the trailer instead of to the side but it may not be the best fit. For what you want to do I recommend the Fulton F2 jack # F1413250334 which has more mounting options and a round bracket for a better fit. To this jack you can add a dual wheel # F500265, a single wheel, # F500266, or a foot plate, # F500267.
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  • What is the Weight Capacity of the Pro Series Square Swivel Jack # PS1400860383
  • The Pro Series Square Swivel Jack w/ Round Pipe Mount # PS1400860383 has two capacities like you mentioned. It can lift up to 5,000 lbs and can hold a static height of up to 8,000 lbs. I hope that clears things up! I attached a review video for this jack for you to check out as well.
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  • Dimension and Weight Capacity of etrailer.com Side Mount Weld-On Jack
  • The measurement of the jack you asked about # TJDP-7000S-B measures from crank to center of the pipe mount is 8-1/2 inches. The lift capacity of this jack is 7,000lbs and static support capacity is 8,000lbs. When using jacks like these, you are typically, only lifting the tongue weight (which is 10-15 percent of your total trailer weight) of the trailer so the higher rated ones will allow the jack's gears to work without strain. For a very similar top crank direct weld-on jack the...
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  • Fitment of Lippert Landing Gear Motor on Bulldog Gear Box on a 2008 KZ Durango 355RL
  • Without knowing what exact Lippert motor you have on your 2008 KZ Dorango 355rl, I cannot be for sure it will work for your Bulldog 8,000lb landing gear # BD500162. If your motor is Lippert # LC142178 which has a lift capacity of 6000 lbs, then yes, it will fit. My contact at Bulldog said most landing gear motors have standard attachments that can be used on the Bulldog Tandem Landing Gear Set. I have linked the above mentioned products to this page for your convenience.
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