Today, were going to review part number PSEA20000340. This is the Pro Series Round, A-Frame Topwind Jack. This is a zinc-plated, corrosion-resistant, A-Frame Jack which is perfect for marine, agriculture and commercial applications. This jack does contain precision-fit parts which will provide exceptional stability and reliability. It is a welled-on and bolt-on -- this triangular bracket right here, which will mount to any standard A-frame trailer. It can be welded-on.
It does have three elongated holes which could be used to be bolted on to the trailer. The distance between the center of those holes will be 3 inches, which is the industry standard. If you already have a jack on your trailer and it mounts on the three holes, it should be three inches also. The outer tube and the inner tube are both zinc-plated for corrosion resistance. This is a topwind handle.
In other words, it winds at the top of the jack. It has a smooth ergonomic design for easy cranking. This jack does not come with any base. It would be sold separately. You could use a footplate or a caster assembly, which would be a wheel.
I do want to give you a few measurements on this. The clearance which is from the mounting bracket to the top of the jack on this one would be 11 inches. This jack is in the fully retracted position, so the measurement from the bottom to the mounting plate would be 8 inches. I also want to give you the measurement of the jack in the fully extended position, and I have one right here to save some time, already extended, completely out. That measurement from here to here, from the mounting plate to the end, in the extended position would be 22 inches.
That would mean this jack will give you a total lift of 14 inches, which would be the 8-inch retracted measurement, taken from the 22-inch extended measurement. That would give you a lift of 14 inches. The outer tubing diameter is 2-1/4 inches. The inner tubing diameter is 2 inches. This jack does have a lift capacity of 2,000 pounds. It does come with the limited one-year warranty. Basically, what I want to do is show you the optional, which are sold separately, the base plates. This is a footplate, which is part number PS1400700340 and basically if you remove the pin and clip and you would just align these holes with the holes in the jack, the inner tube there, slide the pin right through, lock it on, and then you would have the jack with the footplate on the bottom. Your other option for a baseplate would be a caster assembly, which is this part right here, part number PS1400750340. This would install the same way. You would basically remove the pin and clip, align the hole with the tube, install the clip, then you would have a jack with a caster assembly on it. That should do it for a review on part number PSEA20000340.