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  • Available Types of Fulton Weld-On Trailer Jack Mounts
  • The Fulton Bolt-Thru Swivel Marine Jack # FXP10 includes a mounting bracket to allow it to be installed on a trailer frame that has no existing jack mount. It sounds like your trailer has a jack that uses a welded on mounting plate, such as Fulton Snap-Ring Swivel Marine Jack # FTJ120W0301. This jack mounts to the 2.313-inch center hole using a snap ring and offers the same 1200-lb lift capacity and 10-inches of lift as the FXP10. Other Fulton jacks use a welded-on mounting plate...
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  • Will Weight Distribution Spring Bars Interfere with the Robofoot on Atwood A-Frame Trailer Jack
  • On a weight distribution system the spring bars move with the trailer so there wouldn't be any interference concerns. The spring bars do not remain in a straight line behind the vehicle when turning. If yours do then it is either some type of system I have never seen or something is wrong with the set up.
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  • Trailer Jack Interferes with Tailgate On Jeep
  • Trailer jacks are not designed to be frequently removed. What I recommend for your trailer and Jeep is a swivel jack such as # FTJ12000101. Once the trailer is coupled to the Jeep you can swivel the jack so that it is parallel with the trailer frame. There isn't an A-frame version of a swivel jack so it would have to mount to the frame. Another option is to use a longer ball mount so that the trailer and its jack are further away from the back of the Jeep. A ball mount such as # 80233...
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  • Torque Value for Installing A-Frame Pro Series Trailer Jack
  • I checked with Pro Series and for installing the Pro Series Jack part # PS1401000303 they recommend 15-20 ft lbs of torque for the hardware that holds the jack to the trailer. I attached a picture that has the complete install instructions for you to check out.
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  • Dimension of Wheels on Dutton-Lainson Easy Swivel Jack DL22580
  • I can help you find the measurements you need on the Dutton-Lainson Easy Swivel Jack. I was able to go out to our warehouse and measure that the dimension from outside to outside of the wheels is 4-3/4 inches. There is also a bolt that connects the wheels to the jack that sticks out further than that wheels do, that measures 6-1/2 inches from end to end. I have attached a few images to better show you what I mean. I have also linked a video demo for you to check out.
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  • Are Fuses Needed on the Wiring for the Bulldog Powered Drive Trailer Jack BD500200
  • The Bulldog Powered Drive a-frame trailer jack # BD500200 is circuit protected internally so additional fuses or breakers are not required. The jack should be ran off of a trailer mounted battery and not off of the 12 volt circuit through the trailer connector. Tow package wiring is not heavy enough for the full amperage draw of the jack and it could result in melted tow package wiring and/or a drained vehicle battery. For a jack that was designed to plug into a 7-Way trailer connector...
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  • Can a Wheel be Used with Atwood 3K Premier Performance Series Power Jack
  • The problem is that electric jacks such as # AT81067 have a higher capacity than jack wheels. If you were to use a wheel the jack would then be limited to the capacity of the wheel. For example if you used wheel # PS1400750340 rated for 1,200 pounds then the jack is limited to 1,200 pounds. If the weight the jack is lifting is less than the wheel capacity then you can use it. Since you are towing a pop up camper the weight the jack will be lifting should be less than 1,200 pounds.
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  • How Long is the Warranty of the Atwood Premier Performance Series Power Jack w/ Robofoot # AT81069
  • The warranty of the Atwood Premier Performance Series Power Jack w/ Robofoot # AT81069 that you referenced is 5 years for the jack and 2 years for the Robofoot. Basically if there are any manufacturer defects Atwood would take care of you. If you abuse the jack or otherwise misuse it that would not be covered. When you raise the jack all the way up the foot folds up by itself and locks into position. The Husky Super Brute Electric Trailer Jack # HT82022 that you referenced has a 2...
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  • Replacement Part Availability for Venture VMC900L Landing Gear
  • The internal parts (screw and nut) on your Venture landing gear are not available as replacement parts but we may have a replacement leg. We carry several legs that could potentially work. Lead: # LC119102 (outer tube is 29-1/2 inches overall) Follow: # LG-179014 (outer tube is 29-1/2 inches overall) If these match what you have then replacing the leg is the way to go.
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  • Switching the Bulldog Landing Gear 500161 from High Torque to High Speed
  • I can help you switch your Bulldog Landing Gear Motor # BD500161 from high torque mode to high speed mode. In addition to changing the wiring you much switch the placement of the pin and washer in the motor. I have attached a diagram pointing out where this is for the high speed configuration. To remove the pin you will need to rotate it to a 45 degree angle and tap out the pin from the drive shaft, use the same method in reverse when inserting it into the high drive shaft. It is...
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  • A-Frame Jack With Caster and Wheel that Will Swivel
  • I have a solution for you, but all of the A-frame trailer jacks that we carry have a straight inner tube. These jacks have a guide inside to keep the tube straight while being lowered or lifted. We offer several wheel and caster assemblies that will swivel while the inner tube of the jack stays straight. The wheel and caster for the Pro Series Round, A-Frame Jack # PSEA20000103 that you referenced is the Pro Series 6 Inch Detachable Caster with Pin for 2 Inch Diameter Jacks # PS1400750340. If...
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  • Can the Bulldog Landing Gear set part # BD500161 Be Operated Manually
  • The Bulldog Landing Gear set part # BD500161 that you referenced has an emergency override crank bolt that would allow you to operate the jack in the event it failed. I attached a picture of what it looks like for you to check out.
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  • Powered Drive Kit Availability for a 12k Bulldog Landing Gear Jack
  • If you have a single speed, Bulldog jack rated for 12,000 pounds, like # BD182815, you would need the complete powered drive kit, # BD1824200100. If you have a 2-speed jack, the correct powered drive kit is # BD1824180100. The 2 speed motor and single speed motor are not identical so you would need to select the correct one based on your Bulldog jack. There will be some welding required that a qualified welder in your area would have no problem with.
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  • Fit of Pro Series # PSEJ10000101 Swivel Marine Jack on 3 x 3 inch Tongue of Log Splitter
  • The mounting brackets for the Pro Series # PSEJ10000101 will work great on your 3 x 3 inch tongue on your splitter. As you can see in the provided photo, the mounting plate features holes that are 2-3/8 inches apart (measured center hole to center hole) so it will fit the 3 inch tall tongue perfectly. The 1000 lb tongue weight capacity of the jack is waaay more than you need, but sometimes overkill is a good thing. It means that the jack will be very easy to operate and since it's being...
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  • Availability of an Electric Tongue Jack Shorter Than 17 Inches from Top of Jack to Bolt-On Plate
  • The closest electric jack that I could find to your 17 inch height requirement was the Ultra-Fab Odyssey Electric Jack # UF38-944024 that measures 17-13/16 inches. This jack offers a lift capacity of 4,000lbs. and also offers a 27 inch retracted height to 50-1/2 extended height. I've linked a video of this being installed for your convenience.
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  • Replacement Wheels for Boat Trailer Dual-Wheel Tongue Jack
  • It sounds like you're in need of replacement dual wheels for your Glastron power boat's trailer tongue jack, a jack like Fulton F2 swing-up jack # F1413020134 which is rated for 1600-lbs. We offer a range of replacement parts for Fulton and other brands of jacks that you can see on the linked page. You'll have the easiest time of finding the right replacement wheels if you can determine the brand (and preferably also the model number and weight rating) of your jack. Often you'll find...
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  • Trailer Jack Recommendation for Pole Tongue Trailer
  • Actually I have better solution for you. Instead check out the Atwood Marine Power Jack part # AT80764. This uses the same style of bracket as your Fulton jack so it wouldn't require any welding. As long as the tongue weight of your trailer is less than 1,000 lbs this jack would work well for you. Check out the review video I attached as well.
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  • Difference Between Pro Series Drop Leg Square Jacks PS1400950376 And PS1400960376
  • You are correct. There are just two differences between part # PS1400950376 and part # PS1400960376. The crank handle is included with part # PS1400950376, and it is painted black. The # PS1400960376 does not include the crank handle, part # PS1400920383, which is sold separately, and this jack is painted gray. Both jacks have a 12-1/2 inch lift and have a lift capacity of 10,000-lbs. They also feature an extended height of 54-1/4 inches.
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  • Troubleshooting Lippert power Tongue Jack When LED lights Stay On
  • The LED lights on the # LC285318 should not stay on all the time. On the front of the jack there is an on/off switch that is used just for the lights. Make sure that switch is flipped to the off position when the lights are not needed. The other switch is for retracting and extending the jack. I called my contact at Lippert and they told me that if the switch is in the off position and the lights remain on, you may have a problem with a short in the switch, or a short in the circuit...
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  • Dimensions of Fulton Sidewind Square Jack FHD2500
  • I can help you get the dimensions you are looking for on the Fulton Sidewind Square Jack # FHD2500. The diameter of the hole for the handle in the crank arm is .394 which is slightly larger than 3/8 of an inch. The overall distance the crank arm protrudes from the jack body is 1-3/8 inches, there is a slightly raised portion which added about an 1/8 an inch to that dimension.
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  • Replacing Swivel Jack with Drop Leg Jack on Boat Trailer
  • I have a solution for you, but we do not carry an adapter like you mentioned to mount a square tube jack to your existing winch stand. The best option for your set-up may be to use a jack like the Pro Series Square Jack with Footplate # PS1400850383. Then, using a sheet of metal drill the bolt holes to match the existing holes in your trailer. Another option is to try and find a drop leg jack that matches the mounting dimensions on your trailer. One option for a drop leg jack is...
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  • Replacement Footplate for a Square Tube Drop Leg Trailer Jack
  • The Pro Series jack feet we have fit on round tube jacks and would not work with a square tube jack. In your picture the foot looks like # LC119225. The design and dimensions are nearly identical so it would be the best option.
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  • Will Pro Series Snap-Ring Swivel Marine Jack Fit 3-1/2 Inch Tall Trailer Frame
  • I believe you are referring to the Pro Series Snap-Ring Swivel Marine Jack # PSEJ10000101. The mounting holes on this jack are spaced so that is can mount on a trailer frame up to 5 inches tall. I have attached a photo of the mounting dimensions for you. This jack should work well for the height of your trailer's tongue, but you will want to make sure that the tongue isn't too wide to accommodate the jack. The # PSEJ10000101 jack can accommodate a trailer tongue up to 3 inches wide. If...
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  • Replacement 5K Pipe-Mount Trailer Swivel Jack with Foot
  • It sounds like you have a pipe-mount swivel jack like Bulldog # BD178203. Note that Bulldog and Fulton are sister brands, both part of Cequent Performance Products. Round tube jack # BD178203 offers a pipe mount, 5K capacity, steel footplate, and 15-inches of lift. Bulldog part # BD178201 is similar but instead offers 10-inches of lift. A link to all 5K pipe-mount swivel jacks is included for you.
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  • Can Atwood Marine Jack Be Operated Manually If Power Is Lost
  • The Atwood Marine Power Jack, part # AT80764, does not come with a manual handle, but the handle, part # 87891 can be ordered separately. The included instructions show how the handle is used with the jack.
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  • In What Direction Should # TJ01RT Trailer Stabilizing Jacks Be Installed
  • In a nutshell, you'll want the RAM # TJ01RT stabilizer jack pointed in the direction where you need the stability. If you're needing fore and aft support, then have the stabilizer jack angled toward the front or rear of the trailer. For side to side support, you'll want the jack pointed to one side or the other. The jacks can be bolted or welded into place.
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  • Trailer Jack Solution For Jack that Hits Tailgate When Down
  • The # PSEA20000103 is one of the shortest A-frame jacks we offer from the mounting bracket to the top of the jack at 11 inches. The best solution I can recommend would be to go with a side mounted trailer jack like part # PS1400300303 that would install on the trailer frame behind where your current jack is so that you would have tailgate clearance when needed.
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  • Scissor Jack Recommendation for Stabilizing and Leveling a Winnebago View
  • Leveling scissor jacks like part # JSC-24-IND would work great to help level your camper and also will stabilize it as well. These wouldn't void the warranty of the chassis of your vehicle either. Basically they attach at the rear corners of the camper and can be cranked up to allow the camper to set more level. Price is available below. These are sold individually.
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  • 2000 lb A-frame Jack that Cranks Faster than Lippert A-Frame Jack
  • The Bulldog Jack part # BD155033 has a 2,000 lb capacity and it would crank faster than what you currently have, but it is not an A-frame jack. I went out into our warehouse to determine how many cranks it would take to lift 1 inch and found that it takes 8 revolutions of the crank for the jack to raise 1 inch. Not all jacks have the same cranks per inch. Typically the more cranks per inch the jack has the more mechanical advantage it has over the lifting. But the length of the crank...
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  • Replacement Top Cover for Husky Brute Electric Trailer Jack HT87247
  • I checked with Husky Towing Products about a replacement top cover assembly for their Brute Electric Trailer Jack # HT87247. This replacement cover item is part # HT87642. This cover fits your jack model # HT87247 and also wireless jack # HT87641. My contact at Husky advised that installation will require some cutting and splicing of wires, removal of the jack's lights and/or soldering.
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  • Can an A-Frame Electric Trailer Jack be Powered through a 7-Way Trailer Connector
  • Technically, you could attach an electric jack, such as # BD500199, power wire to the 12 volt circuit on a 7-Way trailer side connector. If looking at the back of the 7-Way where the wires attach it is in the 1 o'clock position. But the vehicle side trailer wiring may not be rated high enough to power the jack properly (30 amps). If other things on the trailer are also drawing power from the 12 volt circuit then it could overload it. You would also want to keep the truck running so the...
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  • Would Bulldog Velocity Electric Landing Gear # BD185400 Fit Trailer Welded to 4 inch Wide Frame
  • The Bulldog Velocity Series Electric Landing Gear Jack # BD185400 would work on your trailer. Since where you current jack is mounted is the same width as your current jack you would just have to have the brackets of the # BD185400 welded directly to the same section. A qualified welder in your area would have no problem securely welding the # BD185400 to the frame of the trailer. Thanks for sending us a picture of your trailer.
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  • Lippert Electric Trailer Jack Troubleshooting that Will Lift but Won't Retract
  • The problem has to be related to the switch of your Lippert Jack # LC285318. For a replacement you would need the part # 7145-226023. There's no other reason the jack would power up but not down. You can try checking the condition of the connections made to the wiring of the switch on your jack to see if maybe something came loose.
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  • Does the Caster Wheel of the Bulldog Rack-and-Gear Jack with Steel Wheel # BD162300 Swivel
  • The wheel caster on the Bulldog Rack-and-Gear Jack with Steel Wheel # BD162300 does swivel.
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  • Installation Instructions for the Husky Brute Electric Trailer Jack
  • I attached a couple pictures that show the install instructions for the Husky Brute Trailer jack part # HT87247 that you referenced. The link you tried isn't active but the pictures I attached will pull up the same instructions. I also attached a link to an install video for you to check out as well.
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  • Dual Jack Recommendation for a Trailer For Creating Landing Gear Similar to Gooseneck Trailer
  • If you need a dual jack setup then you would need to go with a landing gear set like the Bulldog Tandem Landing Gear Set # BD500162. The # PS1400850383 would not be able to used as a dual jack setup.
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  • Would the Fulton Round, Snap-Ring Swivel Marine Jack Attach to a 3-1/2 inch Tall Trailer Frame
  • The Fulton Round, Snap-Ring Swivel Marine Jack # FTJ120W0301 is actually a weld-on jack that would work well on your trailer that has 3-1/2 inch tall frame rails. You would just need to take the jack to a qualified welder in your area and he would have it installed on your trailer very quickly. I attached an install video for this jack for you to check out as well.
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  • Extended and Retracted Dimensions for Lippert Jack LC285420 and Cranks Per Inch
  • I went out into our warehouse to grab the dimensions you asked about. I found that when totally extended from top to bottom the Lippert Jack part # LC285420 measures 38-1/2 inches and when full retracted it measures 23-1/2 inches. From the bottom of the mounting bracket to the bottom of the jack when retracted it measures 9 inches and when fully extended 24. I also found that the inner jack tube moves 1 inch per 12 cranks of the handle.
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  • Bolt-On Swivel Trailer Jack with Less than 11 Inches from Top of Jack to Center of Mounting Bracket
  • On the Fulton XLT Swivel Trailer Jack # F141133 it does measure approximately 16 inches from the center of the mount to the top of the jack. The Fulton F2 jack # F1413040134 is a better option and what I recommend for 3x3 or 3x4 trailer frames. The mount itself is adjustable up and down along the outer tube of the jack so you can be sure that the top will not interfere with anything. I have linked a video review of this jack for you. For 4 or 5 inch tall trailer frames I recommend...
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  • Replacement Switches for a Bulldog Electric A-Frame Trailer Jack
  • It sounds like there may be a short in your Bulldog jack which could have been caused by excessive moisture from the rain. Also I recommend checking the wiring from the jack to the ground and power sources. The jack grounds through the mounting hardware so you may need to temporarily remove the jack (be sure to support the trailer another way) and sand away any corrosion. Also check for corrosion or damage to the power wire and where it connects to the battery. The light switch...
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  • Can Scissor Jacks be Bolted or Welded On and Do They have to Face a Certain Way
  • Scissor jacks such as # JSC-24-IND used for stabilization of a trailer/RV can be welded or bolted on. However, if you choose to weld them on using a professional welder is recommended. There is no specific way they have to be placed. I have seen them with the scissor arms perpendicular to the frame and parallel with the frame. It all depends on the area they are being mounted and the available space. You will want as much contact with the mounting flanges on the jacks as you can get.
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  • 5th Wheel Trailer Landing Gear Installation
  • On a set of landing gear like Bulldog # BD500161 the motors will mount to the jack tubes in only one way. However, the entire jack tube can be rotated and installed on the trailer turned 90-degrees, with the motors facing inward or outward (left or right). The jack tube's welded tabs (see photo) prevent the jacks from slipping in the trailer's mounts.
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  • Recommendation for an A-Frame Jack with a Lower Retracted Height Than 8 Inches
  • Good news, I can help you find an A-frame jack that has a lower retracted height than 8 inches. One of the lowest retracted height A frame jacks I was able to find was Atwood's # AT82721. This jack has a retracted height of 2-1/2 inches. The wheel for this jack is the # 80552; this wheel will fit inside the 2 inch tube of Atwood's jack and has a twist to lock style feature. With this jack Atwood recommends the use of a bottom support plate # AT82672. I was also able to find 2 jacks...
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  • Powered Landing Gear Recommendation for a PJ Trailer
  • There isn't a motor that can be added to the Pro Series Jacks part # PS1400960376. But if you are in the market for a new set of landing gear that has motors you would want the part # BD500161. This set has a 10k capacity and 36 inches of lift so it would be a great choice for your trailer.
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  • Jacks to Lift a Truck Bed Camper Out of a Ford Ranger
  • There are actually special jacks for truck bed campers like yours. We carry some manual camper jacks, # CJ41, rated for 3,000 pounds. They have a 57 inch maximum lift height. It is recommended that 2 people operate the jacks simultaneously to make it easier to raise each side of the camper evenly. However, 1 person can do the job by alternately lifting or lowering each jack in small increments. Landing gear types of jacks such as # UF17-943010 are for 5th wheel trailers and would not...
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  • Availability of Swivel Trailer Jack that is Around 18 inches Tall in Overall Retracted Height
  • The closest I can come to the measurement you mention is the Pro Series Pipe Mount Swivel Jack, part # PS1401060303. The total height of the jack when fully retracted is 16-5/8 inches tall, measured from the bottom of the foot plate to the top of the bracket where the handle assembly where the handle attaches to the jack tube itself. The center of the mounting pipe to the bottom of the foot plate measures 11-3/16 inches. This jack is a weld-on application, and you can see these dimensions...
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  • Replacement Pull Pin Handle for Fulton F2 Swing-Up Trailer Jack
  • To replace the swivel release handle on your Fulton F2 Swing-Up Trailer Jack # F1413100334, you will want the Fulton Replacement Pull Pin Kit for Fulton F2 Swing-Up Jacks # F500136. This pull pin handle will fit all of the Fulton F2-series swing up jacks and includes a replacement spring and retaining ring.
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  • Dimensions of Bulldog Square Jack with Footplate BD180455
  • I went to our warehouse and grabbed a sample of the Bulldog Square Jack with Footplate # BD180455 so that I could measure it for you. Since I am not certain exactly what measurements you need I will provide as many as possible that do not already appear within the jack's displayed specs. Overall length of grey outer tube: 23-inches. Cross section of grey outer tube: 3 x 3-inches. Cross section of Inner Tube: 2-1/2 x 2-1/2-inches. Tube Wall Thickness: 1/8-inch for inner and outer. Rate...
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  • Scissor Jack Stabilizer Recommendation for a 7,000 lb Trailer
  • The capacity for scissor jacks is a static capacity which means that it can support up to that amount of weight but can not lift that amount. For a 7,000 lb trailer the Ultra Fab Scisso jacks # UF48-979031 that you referenced would work just fine. I attached a review video for you to check out as well.
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  • Dimensions of the MaxxTow Round, Swivel Trailer Jack # MT70149
  • I went and grabbed a MaxxTow Round, Swivel Trailer Jack # MT70149 from our warehouse to get the dimensions you asked for. I found that the distance from the center of the mounting bracket to the top of the jack measures 12-1/4 inches. The handle length is 6-7/8 inches, and the overall height is 26-1/4 inches. I attached these dimensions to the picture you submitted.
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  • Will Powered Trailer Jacks Drain The Vehicle or Trailer Battery If Left Connected
  • When the Husky Brute Electric Trailer Jack # HT87247 that you referenced is not being used it will not drain the battery. I am not sure exactly what was going on with the customer who left the review you mentioned, but if I had to guess there was a short somewhere on his trailer wiring that was causing amperage draw that drained his battery.
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  • Powered A-Frame Jack Recommendation for a 2007 Cougar Keystone 243RKS
  • For a powered A-frame jack for your trailer the Husky Brute Jack part # HT87247 would be a great option. It has 4,500 lbs of lifting power and the manual crank can be lifted out of the socket when cranking if there happened to be a clearance issue. Basically you would be able to make partial cranks with the lever. I attached an install video for you to check out as well.
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  • Replacement Jack Recommendation for a Bulldog 180461
  • The picture of the jack that you sent in would be basically the exact same thing as the Bulldog Square Jack # BD180354 that you referenced. If you are looking to replace your jack this would be a perfect replacement. I attached a review video for you to check out as well.
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  • Replacement Parts for the Husky Brute Electric Jack - HB4500R
  • Great news, we have the replacement parts you need. For the access covers you will need # HT87456 and for the switch boot covers you will need # HT87454.
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  • Recommendation for a A-frame Jack with a 2 inch Post Opening
  • I can help you find a jack that will work with your 2 inch diameter opening. I was able to find 3 Jacks that will accommodate your A-frame and 2 inch opening requirements and linked the page for your convenience. The Atwood # AT80265 and the Dutton-Lainson # DL22530 are Sidewind Jacks and the # AT80009 is a Topwind Jack. All three jacks carry the same 1,000lbs. weight capacity and 15 inch lift. I have attached a few videos of the jacks for you to check out.
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  • Swivel Trailer Jack with Short Retractable Height
  • I can help you find the lowest retracted height swivel jacks with a wheel. The Atwood Jack # AT80179 has a retracted height of 11-5/16 inches. It will mount onto frames no larger than 3 by 5 inches, and has a capacity of 1,000lbs. This will work for you if your trailer falls within these dimensions and weigh capacity, if not I'd be more than happy to help you find a jack that will work if you let me know the height you have.
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  • Replacement Follower Leg For Landing Gear On 2007 Wilderness Fleetwood Trailer
  • I did some research and was not able to find the part numbers you gave for the follower landing gear leg for your 2007 Wilderness. One of the landing gear follower legs we offer is part # LC179014. I cannot guarantee this would be an exact match for your trailer. I called my contact at an RV retailer and they were not able to find that number either. They said in order to find the landing gear that was installed when it was manufactured you would need the VIN. If you want to let me...
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  • Foot Plate for Pro Series # PSEA20000340 A-Frame Trailer Jack
  • For the # PSEA20000340 Pro Series A-Frame Trailer Jack you referenced, you'd use the # PS1400700340 foot plate. If you click the provided links, you can see product description videos for both the jack and the foot plate.
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  • Is it Possible to Add an Electric Motor to Landing Gear Jacks on a Horse Trailer
  • Sounds like you are looking for a motor to add to your existing landing gear to make them a powered landing gear set. I would have to know what brand of landing gear you have to know for sure what parts you would need. Lippert, Venture and Stromberg Carlson landing gear are the same like part # LC333966. This is a very popular set that can have a motor added to it. You would need the motor kit # LC142178 and switch kit # LG-145236. You can use the same gearbox that comes with the...
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  • Powered Landing Gear Recommendation for a 6,000 lb Gooseneck Trailer
  • We have exactly what you would need. For a gooseneck trailer you would need a powered landing gear set like the Ultra-Fab Deluxe Electric Landing Gear Set # UF17-943010. This dual motor set has 12,000 lbs of lifting capacity and would work very well on a 6,000 lb trailer. This jack has 38 inches of lift as well. I attached a picture that shows the dimensions of the mounting brackets of the jack legs for you to check out too.
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  • Mounting Hole Dimensions of Ultra-Fab # UF48-979002 Stabilizer Jacks
  • If you look at the photo I've provided, you can see the dimensions of the mounting holes of the Ultra-Fab # UF48-979002 stabilizing jacks. You could indeed use U-bolts if you were able to find the proper size, but the jacks are usually bolted directly to the frame members. If jacks with a 21-3/4 inch extended length and a lower 1,000 lb per jack capacity would work for you, the Atwood # AT82298 stabilizer jacks would also be a good choice, I've also provided a photo showing you those dimensions.
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  • Recommended Replacement Gear Kit For Fulton F2 Jack
  • The gear kit we have available for your Fulton F2 Marine jack, part # F1413100334, is part # F500314. This kit includes 2 bevel gears, a shim washer, a washer with 1/2 inch inner diameter and 1-1/4 inch outer diameter, a long straight pin and a long groove pin.
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  • Distance from Jack Tube to Outside of Jack Motor on the Ultra Fab Jack UF38-944017
  • From the outside of the jack tube of the # UF38-944017 to the furthest point out on the jack motor housing it measures 3-7/8 inches.
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  • Trailer Frame Fit and Retracted Heights For Fulton F2 and Fulton XLT Trailer Jacks
  • I spoke with my contact at Fulton and he confirmed that both the Fulton XLT # F141133 and the F2 Swing-Up # F1413040134 will fit your trailer frame that measures 3 inches x 1-1/2 inches. Typically bracket height is measured from the bottom of the wheel to the center of the bracket. I was able to determine the height from the bottom of the wheel to the bottom of the bracket using the bracket dimensions. For the XLT # F141133, to the center of the bracket measures 15 inches when retracted....
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  • Replacement Extend/Retract Switch for Husky Brute Powered Tongue Jack
  • If your powered tongue jack will light up (indicating that 12V power is reaching its lights) but it will not operate in either the up or down directions then I would first suspect the extend/retract switch. As long as you cannot hear any activity from the motor when you apply the switch - no humming, grinding or other noises - then it is likely that no power is reaching the motor and replacing the switch will do it. We offer a replacement extend/retract switch for Husky Brute electric...
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  • Replacement 5th Wheel Landing Gear Driver and Follow Legs for 2006 Alpenlite
  • To find replacement landing gear legs for your 5th wheel trailer you can check your landing gear's outer tubes for a brand/manufacturer name as well as a part number. I checked online but I could not find the confirmed supplier for the OEM landing gear on your trailer. You'll want also to note the length of the legs' outer tubes; this will help in finding replacements. You can then use the linked page to select first a driver leg and a follow leg. Atwood, Lippert and Stromberg Carlson...
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  • Electric Trailer Jack Recommendation for a 4,000 lb Boat's Trailer
  • Actually the part # AT80764 that you referenced should work just fine for you. This jack has a lifting capacity of 1,000 lbs which would be more than enough for a setup that has a 4,000 lb boat. Most likely your tongue weight would be around 500 or 600 lbs so this jack would work just fine. I attached an install video for you to check out as well.
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  • Would the Trailer Valet Fit on an Airstream Trailer
  • It would take basically 8 inches of clear real estate on the trailer frame to be able to install the mounting bracket of the Trailer Valet part # STC-V211. It looks like you SHOULD be able to make that aspect work on your trailer but you also need to consider the overall size of the jack when on your trailer. I attached a picture that has the jack's overall dimensions when folded up for you to compare to your trailer to see if it would fit.
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  • What Kind of Finish is on the Outer and Inner Tubes of Bulldog 2K Round Swivel Jack
  • I did some checking with the manufacturer and found that Bulldog trailer jack # BD151464 is painted gray on the outside and the inner tube is zinc-coated for corrosion resistance. To mount this jack you would have to weld-on bracket # F500242 and use snap ring # BD500241.
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  • Distance Between Jack and Handle on Bulldog 5K Square Trailer Jack
  • On Bulldog square 5K trailer jack # BD190758 the outer tube of the jack is approximately 1-3/8 inches from the handle.
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  • Is There a Swivel Jack That Has a Handle Catch To Keep Handle Up During Travel
  • I spoke with my contact at Fulton and he informed me that both the Fulton XLT Jack # F141133 and Fulton F2 Jacks, like # F1413040134, have a handle catch to help keep the jack handle from swinging when the jack is stowed. For a Fulton jack, I recommend the Fulton XLT Swivel Trailer Jack # F141133. The XLT offers a 12 inch lift, measuring 15 inches when retracted and 27 inches when extended. This jack has a lift capacity of 1,500 pounds. The acme screw raises and lowers the jack quickly,...
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  • Trailer Jack Recommendation That Swivels For More Ground Clearance
  • When choosing a jack for your trailer, the first thing you need to consider is the capacity of the jack. I have attached a link to our product page for the swivel jacks we offer. You can also select a jack that has a wheel or has a footplate, depending on your need. If you need a jack that has a 1,000 lb weight capacity I recommend the Pro Series Trailer Jack, part # PSEJ10000101. This swivels up parallel to the trailer tongue when not in use which would give you the clearance you...
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  • Replacement Landing Gear With Drop Leg Recommendation for Trailer with Unknown jacks
  • Based on the design of the drop leg and the markings on the side of the jack the picture you submitted is of a Bulldog jack part # BD182400. If you are looking to replace just one of the jacks you would need this part number.
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  • Replacement Manual Override Crank Cover for Husky Brute Trailer Jack
  • You would need the part # HT87456 for the replacement brake and crank cover for your Husky Brute Electric Trailer Jack # HT87247 that you referenced.
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  • Are the Trailer Valet V211 and 5X the Same Thing
  • The Trailer Valet 5X and the older part # STC-V211are the same thing. Trailer Valet may have changed the number for the jack but it's the same thing as the previous name/number. Same capacities and everything.
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  • Inner, Outer, and Drop Leg Measurements for Bulldog Square 8,000 Pound Trailer Jack
  • Bulldog Square Jack # BD180455 has 3 tubes. The outer tube is 3 inches square. The inner leg is approximately 2-1/2 inches square. The outer tube thickness is approximately 1/8 of an inch thick and the inner is between 1/16 and 1/8 inches thick. The drop leg, which can be removed, is 2 inches square and the wall thickness is the same as the inner leg (between 1/16 and 1/8). The measurements are approximate because they vary ever so slightly due to manufacturing tolerances.
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  • Repair Parts for Over-Extended Ultra-Fab # UF38-944017 Powered Tongue Jack That Won't Retract
  • If your Ultra-Fab # UF38-944017 Powered Trailer Tongue Jack's motor still operates but the jack leg does not retract then odds are that one or more gear components in the jack are damaged. The motor itself is probably okay. We do offer a range of repair/replacement parts for this jack. I have linked a diagram showing an exploded view along with a parts listing. In some cases the jack may not be repairable, depending on the exact damage to it. You can inspect the gearing components in...
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  • Does Fulton F2 Trailer Jack Install with Snap Ring on Boat Trailer
  • The Fulton F2 Swing-Up Trailer Jack will not install in the same location with the snap ring. For a jack like the Fulton F2 Swing Up Trailer Jack, Dual 7 Inch Wheels, Sidewind, Bolt-On # F1413020134, if you wanted to install it in the same location as the existing jack, you will need to remove the existing bracket and mounting hardware on the trailer. To replace your existing jack with a Fulton jack that will work with the snap ring, you could use the Fulton Round, Snap-Ring Swivel...
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  • Availability of Trailer Jack with Over 20k Capacity and Can Be Set at 31 inches of Height
  • The Bulldog Square Jack part # BD1823050383 has a 22.5k capacity and has an extended height of up to 48-11/16 inches. The # PS1400830383 has a retracted height of 17-3/16 inches and has a static capacity of 8,000 lbs so it should work well for your other application.
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  • Inner Diameter of Inner Tube on Pro Series Square Jack with Footplate
  • I went out to our warehouse to measure the inner diameter of the inner tube of the Pro Series Square Jack with Footplate # PS1400800383. I found the inner diameter to be 1.7 inches. I have attached a photo showing this measurement for you.
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  • Bulldog 3K Square Trailer Jack Tube Wall Thickness and Head Dimensions
  • On the Bulldog trailer jack # BD195369 the outer tube is 2.25 inches square. The tap of the jack is a little wider at 2.82 inches by 2.75 inches. The outer tube is 0.13 inches thick and the inner tube is 0.10 inches thick. This jack is rated for 3,000 pounds and offers 15 inches of lift. I have linked a video review of this jack for you.
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  • Worm Gear Winch Recommendation For Lifting 500 lbs Off of the Ground
  • I have a solution for you, but we have had a similar question come in the past and our jack manufacturers cannot recommend you use the leg of a jack as a lift. Your best option is going to be a worm gear winch like the part # DL10954 that can be set up to be used as a ceiling hoist.
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  • Can Trailer Lighting Be Used When Ultra Fab Powered Jack # UF38-944037 is Installed
  • The idea behind having the power wires for the Ultra-Fab Electric A-Frame Jack # UF38-944037 be run to a 7-way connector is that when you would be using the jack you wouldn't be also using the trailer lights since you would be parked. Basically you would plug the jack into the 7-way when needed and operate the jack and then when you are ready to tow you would plug in the trailer's 7-way.
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  • How Do Powered Trailer Jacks Draw Power, From Battery or 7-Way
  • The Ultra-Fab Electric A-Frame Jack # UF38-944037 that you referenced would simply plug into the 7-way at the rear of your tow vehicle and would draw the power needed for the jack to work from the vehicle battery. The only jack we carry that has a remote is the Husky Tow Brute part # HT87641. This jack grounds through the mounting base of the jack and then has a single wire for power to run to either a battery or the 12 volt power source of the 7-way. I attached an install video for...
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  • Can Trailer Valet Turn Trailer 180 Degrees
  • The Trailer Valet Swivel Jack and Trailer Mover, part # STC-V211 is extremely versatile and allows you to maneuver your trailer at sharp angles and in tight places as well. The STC-V211 also features the ability to use a higher or lower gear ratio depending on the surface you are moving your trailer around on. The STC-V211 has a tongue weight capacity of 500 lbs and has a lift of 15 inches, and includes the mounting hardware. I have attached a link to a video that demonstrates how the...
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  • Motor Availability for the Bulldog Landing Gear Jacks BD500162
  • I spoke with my contact at Bulldog and he said that he has heard of people using the landing gear motor part # 75391 with the Bulldog jacks part # BD500162 that you referenced. But since they have not fully tested this they can't guarantee it will work just fine. However, we had a customer come back and leave a review saying they used this motor with this jack set and it worked well. My contact at Bulldog said that this jack set was originally designed for a trailer manufacturer that...
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  • Replacement 10k Landing Gear Recommendation for Venture Landing Gear
  • The Bulldog jacks like the part # BD500161 would fit and bolt right up as a replacement for your Venture landing gear. The frame brackets will match right up to what you have on your trailer as the Bulldog jacks have the same dimensions. See picture.
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  • Dimensions of Husky Brute Electric Trailer Jack # HT87247
  • I've got great news for you, the mounting holes on the Husky Brute # HT87247 are 3 inches apart. A-frame jacks have an industry standard dimension because of the style of coupler used on A-frame trailers. The measurement you will want to make sure fits is the outer tubing diameter of the jack's leg. For the Brute, that tubing diameter is 2-1/4 inches. I linked a Help article on jacks for your convenience.
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  • Trailer Stuck to Truck and Jack Wont Crank
  • Usually, the jaw on the underside of a trailer coupler can be adjusted by tightening or loosening the nut on the underside of the jaw. If you loosen the jaw slightly, you should be able to get the coupler to come off the trailer ball. Once you get the coupler off the ball, lubricate it to make sure the latching mechanism operates smoothly. I like using the spray lithium grease. You'll want to make sure that you're using the correct size trailer ball for the coupler you're using. The...
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  • Pipe Mount Trailer Jack Recommendation to fit 2-1/2 inch Pipe Mount on Trailer
  • The Bulldog Round, Pipe-Mount Swivel Jack - Sidewind - 15 inch Lift - 7,000 lbs, item # BD198250, has a male pipe on the jack and a female receiver that welds to the trailer. This female receiver has an inside diameter of just over 2-1/2 inches to fit on the 2-1/2 inch male pipe welded to the jack. This jack utilizes a 5/8 inch pin to secure the jack to the trailer. When fully extended it is 31 inches from where it mounts to jack to the ground. It sounds like this jack would work well...
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  • Recommended Trailer Valet For Boat Trailer With 250 Lb Tongue Weight
  • I recommend the Trailer Valet Swivel Jack and Trailer Mover, part # STC-V211 for your trailer with a tongue weight of 250 lbs. The trailer Valet can handle tongue weight up to 500 lbs, and it has a 15 inch lift. This will fit trailers frames up to 2-3/4 inches wide and 6 inches tall. The Fulton F2 Swing-Up Trailer Jack, part # F1413020134 you came from is designed to work with trailer frames that measure 3 x 3 or 3 x 4 inch tongues, and has a lift height of 10 inches. I have attached...
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  • Replacement Gearbox for Venture Landing Gear that Will Not Raise or Lower Trailer
  • It does sound like something is amiss with the gear box, especially since the motor is running. Make sure the battery has a full charge before operating the landing gear. Sometimes if there isn't enough juice in the battery the landing gear motor will try but ultimately not lift or lower the trailer. If you suspect the gearbox then for a replacement you can use # LG-179015. We also have # LC276602 for Venture aluminum landing gear.
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  • Distance From Mounting Flange of Bulldog Jack BD155157 to Bottom of Outer Tube
  • The distance from the bottom of the mounting flange of the Bulldog Jack part # BD155157 to the bottom of the outer tube of the jack measures 6-1/4 inches.
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  • Troubleshooting Powered A-Frame Jack that Always Cranks Down When Fuse is Connected
  • That has to be a bad switch. If it wants to keep cranking down without you pressing the button for it then the switch has gone bad. If you have the Powered Jack part # JET-3555 that you referenced the correct replacement switch would be the part # 7145-226023.
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  • Troubleshooting Fulton Jack that Handle Won't Turn
  • I spoke with my contact at Fulton and he stated that what you are describing is a symptom of the jack screw inside the jack seizing up. You have a couple of options. First, you can try to take the jack apart and free the screw. If you cannot, the other option is to replace the jack. I have included a link to our trailer jack main page for you to view.
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  • Will a Ultra-Fab Electric A-Frame Jack # UF38-944037 fit an A-Frame Trailer that Had Manual Jack
  • A -frame jacks all use the same 3 on 3 inch bolt pattern so yes, an electric jack like the part Ultra-Fab Electric A-Frame Jack # UF38-944037 would bolt right up and work well.
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  • Size of Socket on Electric A-Frame Tongue Jack # JET-3500 for Manual Operation
  • The Electric A-Frame Tongue Jack # JET-3555 that you referenced has an override nut on the top of the jack that will take a 3/4 inch socket.
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  • Comparing Operating Speed of Electric Tongue Jacks
  • Powered tongue jacks like the Stromberg Carlson # JET-2500 and the others shown on the linked page do not all carry jacking speed ratings. This is because there are a lot of variables that affect speed of operation. Generally speaking, there is no simple answer to your good question. Any given jack will operate more slowly if used near its maximum weight capacity. Higher capacity jacks may often run slower than lower capacity jacks since their internal mechanisms are beefier/heavier...
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  • Can Robofoot Be Replaced With Another Extension Foot On Atwood Premier Performance Power Jack
  • The Robofoot extension that comes with the Atwood Premier Performance Series Power Jack, part # AT81068, provides a 6 inch extension. We do not have an extension that would be comparable in length to the Robofoot for the AT81068, but we do have other feet that would work if you are just looking for a foot. For a footplate that would work with the AT81068 I recommend part # AT82651. The footplate measures 4-3/4 inch wide and 8 inches long, and has a weight capacity of 6,000 lbs. I...
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  • Replacement Trailer Jack Recommendation for a 2015 Little Guy Tag Trailer
  • From the picture you submitted you have an A-frame jack with a very similar sidewind jack handle to the part # PSRV20000103 that you referenced. This jack has a 2,000 lb capacity which should be more than enough and would work well. I attached a review video for you to check out as well.
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