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  • How Does the Replacement Bevel Gear Kit F0933302S00 Install
  • Installing the # F0933302S00gears is fairly easy but without proper guidance I can see how it would be pretty difficult, You will need to remove the cap at the top of the jack. The handle and gear are held in place with a roll pin. Remove the pin. You can then remove the handle, square block and gear. Remove the bottom gear by lifting it out. If the bottom roll pin is damaged remove it. The washer can be replaced after removing the lower pin. When replacing the bottom gear on the roll pin...
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  • Boat Trailer Jack Recommendation for Older Boat Trailer
  • For your boat trailer the weld-on Fulton jack part # FTJ120W0301 would work well as it has more than enough capacity at 1,200 lbs. If you would rather not weld the jack on and would prefer a bolt on setup the part # FTJ12000101 is similar and would also work well.
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  • Dimensions Of Mounting Holes On Fulton Trailer Winch FT2005Z0301
  • I have attached a photo of the bottom of the Fulton Trailer Winch, part # FT2005Z0301 you can check out. The photo shows the mounting holes for the winch and where they are located. This is a two-speed winch and also features a neutral freewheeling position that is ideal for releasing loads like a boat. This winch includes a 2 inch strap that is 20 ft long and the winch has a 2,000-lb capacity.
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  • Will the F1619-01 Hand Brake Kit to Fit the Fulton FT32050301 3,200lb Hand Winch
  • Great news! According to my contact at Fulton the # F1619-01 2-Speed Brake can be used with all 2-Speed Brake Winches including your # FT32050301.
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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 Fender for Shorlander Double Jet Ski Trailer
  • Based on the picture you sent in of your double jet ski trailer, it looks like the closest match for your existing fender is the Redline Plastic Single Axle Trailer Fender with Top and Side Steps, White # PF11X35W. This fender is designed to fit 13 inch wheels and measures 11-5/16 inches wide x 45 inches long x 13 inches tall. For a pair of these fenders you can use part # PF11X35W-2. Another close option is the Fulton Single Axle Trailer Fender with Top Step, White Plastic # F008543....
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  • Replacement 2 inch Fulton Coupler for Trailer With Damaged Latch
  • I really wish we had a coupler repair kit that would fit what you sent in a picture of. But the best option we have would be to replace the coupler. It looks like you had a coupler similar to the # F222000301. This is a 3,500 lb rated coupler that is designed for a 2 inch hitch ball like what you currently have.
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  • How to Pick Out a Coupler Hinge Kit for a Bass Boat Trailer
  • In order to determine the correct fold-away hinge kit for your boat trailer you are going to have to first measure the dimensions of the trailer's pole tongue. If it is 3 inch by 3 inch then the part # FHDPB330301 would fit and work well. If you have a different dimension pole tongue you would need to check out the link I attached that has all of the hinge kits we offer. You will want to select the dimensions you need from the filters. We have sizes from 2 x 3 all the way up to 3 x 5. I...
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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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  • Spare Tire Carrier Recommendation for a Trailer with Angle Iron Side Rails
  • The Fulton Economy Spare Tire Carrier with Wheel Nut Lock # FETCSTL0701 would work just fine on a section of angle iron that is 2 inches by 2 inches. The frame does not have to completely fill out the U-bolt to allow the carrier to install. I wouldn't recommend the # FSTC1000301 for a trailer with angle iron rails.
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  • Replacement Handle and Friction Disks for Fulton Winch FK650 Installed Inside Flagpole
  • Thank you for your photo. It does sound like the flagpole manufacturer may indeed have modified the Fulton winch that is installed inside the pole. My technical contact at Fulton confirmed they have not offered a winch handle with a square socket end like the one you describe. For reference I have linked you to our main pages for all Fulton replacement winch handles and friction disks. My contact also confirmed that the correct replacement friction disks for the FK650 winch are their...
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  • Trailer Fender with Lights Recommendation
  • You could likely cut out light holes on fender # F008575 if you wanted to. Using a rotary tool would make it quick and easy. Or you could mount left fender light # BA44FNL and right fender light # BA44FNR on the fenders. Fenders with pre-cut light holes are not available from us.
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  • Recommended Boat Winch for 1989 26 FT Skipjack Weighing 7200 LBS
  • I have included an article which is loaded with information about winches. When it comes to a winch for your boat trailer, since boat size to winch capacity is generally 2 to 1, you would want to use a winch with at least a 3600 lb capacity for your 7200 lb boat. In this case you could use the Fulton High-Performance 2-Speed Trailer Winch w/ Handbrake, # FT37000301. This winch is for use with cable only and due to the weight of your boat, we don't offer a cable with sufficient capacity....
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  • Shelby Jack Wheel Replacement Options
  • We do carry the Shelby Jack replacement wheel part # 0047-09 that is 8 inches in diameter. The diameter of the hole is 1/2 of an inch.
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  • Winch Recommendation for Boat Trailer With Boat that Weighs 14,000 lbs
  • That's a nice looking boat! Generally when picking out a winch for a boat trailer the ratio is 2 to 1 meaning you would need a winch with roughly half the capacity as the weight of the boat. With good rollers and a short winching distance the ratio increases to 3 to 1, but with long winching distances and wooden bunks like what you currently have the ratio is 1 to 1. There won't be a handwinch available with a 14k capacity so your best option would be the Bulldog Winch part # BDW10012...
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  • Repair Kit for Fulton 1,000 lb Jack
  • It sounds like you have a Fulton or Cequent branded 1,000 capacity jack and are in need of a repair kit. The part # F0933302S00 is a repair kit for Fulton jacks with a weight capacity of 800-1,200 lbs. Based on the picture you submitted this should be what you would need.
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  • Troubleshooting Up and Down Play with Fulton Swing Away Hinge Kit on a Magic Tilt Boat Trailer
  • Thanks for sending pictures! The titanium shims you installed are just fine, but note that the inch of play is absolutely normal per my contact at Cequent Corporation. The Fulton Fold-Away coupler hinge kit you referenced is most likely very similar to # FHDPB330301. Your aluminum trailer is not intended to work with the coupler hinge kit because it's steel. Drilling holes on your aluminum Magic Tilt boat trailer is a safety concern and over time it will break.
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  • Troubleshooting a Frozen Screw Shaft in a Fulton F2 Jack
  • I spoke to my contact at Fulton and he informed me that they don't sell replacement screws for the Fulton F2 jacks like the # F1413100334. But he said that what you are doing should free it up. You may have to soak the screw and collar assembly in gear oil for a couple days, but one way or the other it will free up. Once you get it to free up use a good grease like the LMX Red Grease part # L11390 on the threads to prevent this problem from happening again.
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  • Availability of Bevel Gear Repair Kit for Fulton EJ-1000 800-lb Trailer Jack
  • Thank you for providing the photo of your Fulton jack handle as well as the clear description of the compatibility issue you've encountered with the jack repair kit you purchased, part # F0933302S00. My contact at Fulton was able to confirm that your particular jack is one of their earlier EJ Series jacks. Based on the photo and description it appears to be an EJ-1000. My contact advised that this was one of their earliest non-repairable jacks and so the kit you ordered will not work...
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  • Why Do Winches Lose Capacity With Every Layer of Strap Around the Drum
  • Hand winch capacities are rated with one layer of rope wrapped around the drum. For every additional layer, the capacity is reduced by an additional 10 percent. As the layers increase on the drum the less leverage the winch has on the strap. Every layer of the strap on the winch is like gears on a bike. The higher the gear the less mechanical advantage the pedal of the bike (winch) has. Boat-size-to-winch capacity is generally 2 to 1 With good rollers and short winching distances, increase...
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  • What is the Best Way to Bend the Fulton Economy Spare Tire Carrier to Fit a Trailer Wheel
  • The bracket for the Fulton spare tire carrier and lock, # FETCSTL0701, can be bent to fit. There is no specific tool that you have to use so basically any way you can apply controlled force will work. A bench vise, c-clamp, or similar device should do the trick if you cannot bend it enough by hand.
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  • Replacement Bevel Gear Kit Recommendation for a Fulton Jack
  • Thank you for submitting a picture of the gear you have as well as the measurements. That makes my job very easy. The correct bevel gear kit you will need for your Fulton jack is the part # F0933302S00. I attached a picture of the dimensions of the gear and all of the components that come with it.
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  • Boat Winch Recommendation for a 1973 Sea Ray SRV 190
  • I did a little digging and was able to determine that the approximate weight of your 1973 Sea Ray SRV190 will be right at 2,600 lbs. Boat-size-to-winch capacity is generally 2 to 1. With good rollers and short winching distances, increase the ratio to 3 to 1. With wooden bunks and long winching distances, reduce the ratio to 1 to 1. So basically the Fulton XLT Winch # XLT26ZB301 that you referenced would be a great winch that would work well for you regardless of your setup.
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  • Heavy-Duty Trailer Jack Recommendation
  • Typically the tongue weight and the height needed to clear the towing vehicle coupler are the considering factors for choosing an appropriate trailer jack. It is recommended to choose the jack has a higher capacity than the tongue weight of your trailer. The jack should provide enough lift to clear the vehicle coupler when in a level position by 4 inches. If your gross trailer weight is 4,700 pounds then the tongue weight of that would be estimated at approximately 10 to 15 percent...
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  • Replacement White Trailer Fender and Clearance Lights for Trailer with 13 Inch Wheels
  • I am almost certain that the fender in your picture is an exact match to the Fulton fender # F008573. The lights in either case are added on after the fact. You could reuse the lights that are on it now. If you wanted to add new clearance lights we have a lot of options and I have included a link to them for you. The light on there now looks a little like # 203233.
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  • Will Fulton Hi-Mount Spare Tire Carrier # FHDSTC0101 Fit 15-Inch Wheel with 6-on-5-1/2-inch Pattern
  • Thank you for providing the photo of your trailer spare tire/wheel. Based on your photo it appears you have the Dexstar Steel 15 x 6-Inch Spoke Trailer Wheel with 6-on-5-1/2-inch bolt pattern. This is our part # AM20532. This size wheel and bolt pattern are among those compatible with the Fulton Hi-Mount Spare Tire Carrier # FHDSTC0101. If you measure from the center of any hole on the wheel to the center of the hole directly opposite you should find a center-to-center distance of...
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  • Fulton KW1500 Cable Keeper Torque Specs
  • I spoke to my contact at Fulton and she informed me that the cable keepers you referenced on your Fulton KW1500 winch would need to be torqued to 2 foot lbs.
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  • Replacement Jack Recommendation for a Fulton Magnum 1,200 lb Jack
  • What would work as a replacement for your Fulton 1,200 lb jack that I would recommend is the Fulton Round, Snap-Ring Swivel Marine Jack # FTJ120W0301. In your pictures you did not include one that shows the bracket that attaches to your trailer mount, but you will need to reuse that bracket to install this jack. I attached a review video for this jack for you to check out also.
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  • Recommendation for a Weld-On Trailer Swivel Trailer Jack with Wheel for Boat Trailer
  • It looks like the jack on the trailer is a Reese swivel jack. The Fulton jack you referenced # FXP15W, should fit in its place no problem. Fulton and Reese are sister companies. However, the bolt holes are 3 inches on center. You will most likely have to have jack mounting bracket # P9012-00 welded on by a qualified professional welder since none of the current jacks/mounting plates are 3 x 6 on center. You are correct about a C-channel frame. It is not ideal for a bolt on jack. A weld-on...
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  • Differences Between Fulton Plastic Single-Axle Trailer Fender # F008572 and # F008554
  • The Fulton Single Axle White Plastic Trailer Fender with Top and Side Steps # F008572 that you referenced is intended for trailers that use 12-inch diameter wheels. This USA-made fender has a 300-lb weight capacity. The other fender you referenced, the black plastic Fulton Single Axle Trailer Fender with Top Step # F008554, has a single top step and is intended for single-axle trailers with 14-inch wheels. I have included a link to our main page for bracket-mount fenders for single-axle...
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