Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack - Drop Leg - A-Frame - 22-1/2" Lift - 4,000 lbs - Black

Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack - Drop Leg - A-Frame - 22-1/2" Lift - 4,000 lbs - Black

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  • A-Frame Jack
  • 4000 lbs
  • Electric Jack
  • Stromberg Carlson
  • 22-1/2 Inch Lift
  • Bolt-On
  • Weld-On
  • 2-1/4 Inch
The polished internal screw on this powered jack ensures supremely quiet operation. Easy-to-access toggle switch and bright, side-mounted LEDs make setup a cinch. Durable, corrosion-resistant jack offers 18" of travel and a 4-1/2" drop leg. Call 800-298-8924 to order Stromberg Carlson camper jack part number JET-4000NG or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Stromberg Carlson products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack - Drop Leg - A-Frame - 22-1/2" Lift - 4,000 lbs - Black. Camper Jack reviews from real customers.


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Stromberg Carlson Camper Jack - JET-4000NG

The polished internal screw on this powered jack ensures supremely quiet operation. Easy-to-access toggle switch and bright, side-mounted LEDs make setup a cinch. Durable, corrosion-resistant jack offers 18" of travel and a 4-1/2" drop leg.


Features:

  • Electric jack with 12V motor lets you lift and lower your A-frame trailer quickly and easily
  • Sturdy, polished internal screw provides extremely quiet operation
  • Top-mounted toggle switch is easily accessible
  • Side-mounted LED lights make it simple to set up your camper at night
    • Also ease weight distribution hookup and disconnect
  • Built-in clutch protects gears and motor
  • Drop leg allows for greater adjustability
  • Rust-resistant powder coated steel parts are strong and durable
  • Housing is made of vacuum-formed plastic for protection from the elements
    • Black cover is painted to resist fading
  • Round footplate provides stability
  • Manual override is located conveniently at the top of the jack, if needed
    • Crank included
  • Easy bolt-on or weld-on installation for A-frame trailers
  • Independent ground wire ensures simple, proper grounding


Specs:

  • Bracket height:
    • 7-1/4" Retracted
    • 24" Extended
  • Total Lift: 22-1/2"
    • Travel: 18"
    • Drop leg: 4-1/2"
  • Clearance from bottom of mounting plate to top of jack: 20"
  • Lift capacity: 4,000 lbs
  • Outer tube diameter: 2-1/4"
  • Footplate diameter: 5-1/2"
  • Motor attributes:
    • 12 Volt
    • 10" Travel in 60 seconds (at 1,700 lbs)
  • Power draw:
    • 13.5 Amps at 1,700 lbs
    • 1.3 Amps at static load
  • 2-Year warranty


Ultra-Quiet Operation

This Next Generation powered jack from Stromberg Carlson is engineered to provide ultra-quiet operation so that you don't have to worry about disturbing your neighbors at the campground. Built with a sturdy, polished internal screw, this jack easily and efficiently raises and lowers with minimal noise compared to other powered jacks on the market.



JET-4000NG Stromberg Carlson Next Generation Electric A-Frame Trailer Jack - Black - 22-1/2" Lift - 4,000 Pounds

Compares to Husky Towing HT82084





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2000 - 2000 CrossRoads Prep Travel Trailer 1032FKS

2015 - 2015 Coachmen Clipper Classic Camper 104GS

2015 - 2016 Coachmen Clipper Sport Camper 105ST

2015 - 2019 Coachmen Clipper Sport Camper 106

2015 - 2016 Coachmen Clipper Sport Camper 106ST

2015 - 2015 Coachmen Clipper Sport Camper 107

2015 - 2019 Coachmen Clipper LS Camper 107LS

2015 - 2019 Coachmen Clipper Sport Camper 108ST

2014 - 2014 Jayco Jay Sport Camper 10FD

2018 - 2019 Jayco Hummingbird Travel Trailer 10RK

2013 - 2015 Livin Lite CampLite Travel Trailer 11FDB

2013 - 2017 Livin Lite CampLite Travel Trailer 11FK

2014 - 2014 Jayco Jay Sport Camper 12

2015 - 2015 Coachmen Clipper Classic Camper 124GS

2015 - 2019 Coachmen Clipper Sport Camper 125ST

2015 - 2019 Coachmen Clipper Classic Camper 1285SST

2017 - 2019 Coachmen Clipper LS Camper 128LS

2015 - 2016 Coachmen Clipper Sport Camper 128ST

2014 - 2014 Jayco Jay Sport Camper 12BS

2015 - 2016 Coachmen Viking Camper 12RB

2017 - 2019 Coachmen Clipper Camper 12RBST

2015 - 2017 Coachmen Viking Camper 12RBST

2017 - 2019 Coachmen Clipper Camper 12RBSTHW

2016 - 2017 Coachmen Viking Camper 12RBSTHW

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Video of Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack - Drop Leg - A-Frame - 22-1/2" Lift - 4,000 lbs - Black


Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Stromberg Carlson Electric Drop Leg A-Frame Trailer Jack Review

Speaker 1: Today we're gonna take a look at and show you how to install the Stromberg Carlson Electric A-Frame Trailer Jack. This offers a four thousand pound lift capacity, and 22 and a half inches of lift. Part number is JET-4000NG.Now electric trailer jacks are a really nice idea on trailers, especially as they get heavier. It can take a lot of effort cranking on a jack to get it raised or lowered to hook it up or disconnect. Additionally, an electric jack like this is gonna help us when it comes to weight distribution. A lot of times you'll have to kind of couple up and then lift a little bit to make it easier to get those bars in place.

It really does a good job of doing that.Something else I like is it's a nice quiet jack. You don't have a whole lot of noise. Of course, when they're going down most of them are pretty quiet, but going up is just the same way, really nice, quiet, smooth operation. A lot of that has to do with the screw design that's inside. Basically you're gonna have ball bearings that are riding on that screw.

That reduces any type of friction that we might have. When we can reduce friction we reduce the noise, but we're also not requiring as much power to raise and lower it.Now on our housing here on the top you'll see the black toggle switch, it's got a waterproof cover on it. Down lowers your coupler, and up is gonna raise it. Just in front of it you can see a small red button. That's for turning on and off our LED's.

We'll turn off the lights and take a look at the effectiveness of those now.Now once we get the lights turned on we can see we've got an LED here in the front. Another one here on the rear corner. This is gonna do a good job of lighting up the area. With just the two LED's I didn't expect it to have that much of an effect, but in this case, I think, especially when it's really dark outside you're not gonna have any issues seeing what you're doing.Now whether you get to the highest or lowest position of the jack, it has clutches built in. They're designed to prevent you from damaging the motor or any of the other components.

We'll run it up and you'll see once it gets to its stop point there, it's just gonna shut off.Now with our jack in the highest position we'll measure the bracket height for you. That's gonna be to the mounting surface. This will give you an idea of the range. Looks like right now that's gonna be at about 32 and a half inches. So, if we take that distance of the drop weight off it's gonna get us down to about 28.Now if for some reason you we're to lose power to the jack, whether that's a dead battery, connection on the truck not working, you can simply pull up the plug located here at the top, insert the crank handle. You can see that's gonna allow you to raise or lower the jack. So, you'll still be able to use it if you do have a power failure. You won't have a trailer stuck on your truck, or not be able to make your connection.Now to ensure that our jack lasts a very long time they really thought about the way they've designed it. We've got our cover here. The seams are on this bottom edge, so water should just run down and off rather than getting inside. We've got our motor here on the front. Then you can see here is the outer tube of the jack. It's a nice durable powder coat finish on it. A lot of times you'll find powder coats are kind of various qualities. This one seems to be really nice. If we look down here on the inner tube, this has the white zinc coating on it. So again, very good corrosion resistance, and then black powder coat here on our footplate.Now the footplate has a diameter of five and a half inches from one side over to the other. That's gonna do a really good job of spreading the energy out over a greater area. Footplates like this are designed to keep the inner tube of the jack, which we have up here, from being forced down in the ground by the weight of our trailer.Now in the lowest position we'll do another bracket height measurement. It looks like that's gonna come in at about 14 and half inches. That gives us that total of 18 inches of travel. Of course, if we we're to drop that drop leg down we'd be right at 10.Now to begin our installation, of course you're gonna need you're old jack removed. We've just supported our trailer with our jack stands to allow us to take that off. The jack is gonna come with new hardware, and depending on how your coupler is set up that's kind of gonna depend on how you attach it. So our coupler is threaded, meaning the holes are threaded. The bolts are gonna thread right in. We're using the bolt they provided and the flat washer, we've just added in a small lock washer. If your holes aren't threaded you'll use your flat washer, bolt, and then the provided nylon locknut.The outer tube on our jack is two and a quarter inches. So we want to ensure that our hole is of that same size. Then we can drop the jack down and in. There are two sets of holes. Those holes will allow you to mount your jack in the traditional style or offset to the driver's side. So if you've got some limitations with space or something like that it can help out with that.We're gonna mount ours in the traditional fashion. We're just gonna get each of our three bolts started. Now with using a 9/16th socket we're gonna snug down our hardware. You'll notice as we tighten those down you're gonna have a little bit of flex on that washer where it makes contact with that weld. Not a big deal at all there. Once those are snug we're gonna get them torqued down.Now the jack has two wires coming out of the housing. The white goes to ground. The black needs to go to 12 volt power. Now traditionally you're gonna two ways to hook this up. You can run these to an onboard battery, white to the negative, black to the positive. If you don't have an onboard battery you can also run this to your junction box or to your seven way plug and pick up your 12 volt power there. Typically, to have power all the time you want to run to a house battery if you have it, if not you can do the truck side, where when you plug it in you then have power to operate. But since this trailer doesn't have a battery onboard large enough to use we're gonna use the power wire coming from our junction box, which is here from our old jack. Then we're just gonna use that stud right here, this self tapping screw, to create our ground. Everything should work really well that way.You want to determine how much wire you're gonna need. You can see you've got excess. Now you can cut this off, or you can simply store it on the jack. I like to tuck it around either the bottom side here of the jack, or the top side here. Kind of get it tucked up and out of the way, so if you ever need it you won't have to add it on, use butt connectors or anything like that.Now we're just gonna be using a small ring terminal for our ground connection here. Get that crimped on. We're gonna mount that right there at that self tapper. Basically, you just want to get this ground connected to the frame of the trailer, the steel portion of the trailer.Then on our power wire coming from our junction box, we're gonna strip that back. Here we're gonna use a heat strength butt connector. I like using heat strengths in this situation because we won't have to worry about corrosion. Eventually corrosion will lead to connection failure there. It's gonna give us superior protection from the elements. Slide that in. Using a butt connector you're likely gonna have to trim that off just a little bit. We'll use a heat source to shrink that down.Now when shrinking this you can use a heat gun, a lighter like what we're doing here, or a mini-torch. The key is not to overheat it. You see as you give it the heat it's gonna start to shrink down. Eventually when it gets shrunk down all the way it's gonna look like that wire is magnified. You see it's pretty thin going on, but inside of that it looks really big. Then there's a little bit of clear gel that comes out of the end. That means you've gotten that shrunk properly. Do the same thing on the other side here. Then with the help of a couple zip ties we'll just tidy up any access wire. Kind of clean it up so it looks neat.Now that we've got it hooked up we'll just operate our button there for our lights and our switch. Everything's working properly. We'll now install that drop leg on it. We'll allow it take the weight of our trailer.Now our drop leg is gonna have four holes in it, meant to line up with the hole on the inner tube there. It's gonna give us a total of four and a half inches of adjustment. Our lower hole here would be all the way up and stored. Then it's gonna be an inch and a half between each one. This can save a lot of time in operating the jack.We'll get it installed here in the lower position, and run it on down.That will complete our look at the Stromberg Carlson Electric A-Frame Trailer Jack. Part number JET-4000NG.


Customer Reviews

Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack - Drop Leg - A-Frame - 22-1/2" Lift - 4,000 lbs - Black - JET-4000NG

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (8 Customer Reviews)

The polished internal screw on this powered jack ensures supremely quiet operation. Easy-to-access toggle switch and bright, side-mounted LEDs make setup a cinch. Durable, corrosion-resistant jack offers 18" of travel and a 4-1/2" drop leg.

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Have not installed yet 636576



- JET-4000NG
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Fit the bill. Arrived quickly and went on the trailer in less than an hour. There were no problems with the fit Used the jack briefly to put the trailer into storage, and it worked like a charm. Highly recommend this product and supplier. Priced the jack at 3500 pounds lift at$ 289.00 at the place I bought the trailer. 547215



- JET-4000NG
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Unit still in the box, but as always service has been very good. My order and delivery went very fast and without any problems. 637057



- JET-5000NG
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Review from a similar Stromberg Carlson Next Generation in Camper Jack


I received in good condition. The service was very good. I haven't had a chance to install the new Tongue Jack on my enclosed car hauler. I do have a question concerning the amps the jack motor draws so I can fuse it correctly. Can you please send me the information. Nothing with the jack tells me the amps. 604977


Comments

The jack pulls 13.5 Amps at 1,700 lbs, per the manufacturer.

-- Mike L - 02/14/2019

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- JET-5000NG
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Review from a similar Stromberg Carlson Next Generation in Camper Jack


Easy install, works great, quieter than the 3,500lb lift that came with my 32' trailer which burnt out in less than a year. I recommend this unit as a replacement for the 3,500# jack that you may have on your larger trailers. Etrailer is a great company to do business with. 612865



- JET-5000NG
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Review from a similar Stromberg Carlson Next Generation in Camper Jack


Thanks for the quick delivery, The product is the quality expected and saves time to unhook and rehook a heavy cargo trailer. The trailer is pulled daily this product is a real winner. thanks 579035



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Review from a similar Stromberg Carlson Next Generation in Camper Jack


Works great and service was unbeatable 569210



- JET-5000NG
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Review from a similar Stromberg Carlson Next Generation in Camper Jack


Excellent customer service . There was error in shipping address and had a live person call to correct things. Cheapest price found 596950


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  • How to Determine Capacity Needed for Electric A-Frame Trailer Jack
  • An electric A-frame jack like the Stromberg Carlson # JET-4000NG that you were looking at will be responsible for supporting and lifting a trailer's tongue weight. You will just need to make sure that the jack you choose has enough capacity to support your trailer's tongue weight, which is typically around 10 to 15 percent of its total weight. It's a good idea to choose a jack with a capacity that exceeds the tongue weight, as this just allows it to work under its limit which will lead...
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  • Dimensions of Motor Housing on Electric A-Frame Tongue Jack, part # JET-4000NG
  • The motor housing on the top of the Electric A-Frame Tongue Jack, part # JET-4000NG extends forward 3-1/2 inches and rearward 1 inch past the main tube of the jack. Let me know if you need more clearance and I can see if we have a longer ball mount that may help with clearance.
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  • Recommended Stromberg Carlson Electric A Frame Trailer Jack for 7,000 lb Travel Trailer
  • The Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack - Drop Leg - A-Frame - 24" Lift - 3,000 lbs - Black # JET-3000NG will work well for your 7,000 lb trailer. Most trailers have a tongue weight that is 10-15% of the total trailer weight. For a 7K trailer this jack will work very well. Even though the 4,000 lb # JET-4000NG has a higher capacity, in your case it won't make much difference, so I'd save some money and go with the 3k jack which is a very well made jack I believe you'll be happy with.
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  • Solution for Tailgate That is Hitting A-Frame Jack
  • While your frustration is understandable there is no way for me to tell you with certainty that using the Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack # JET-3755 or # JET-4000NG will stop your tailgate from hitting the jack. A-frame jacks like these mount to a specific place on your trailer and if your tailgate comes down at that point, they will hit. What you can do instead is use a side-frame mount jack like the Fulton Marine Jack # HD50000101 or you could keep your A-frame jack and use...
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  • Is Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack JET-4000NG Suitable for 2007 Jayco Eagle 314 BHDS
  • The dry hitch weight of the 2007 Jayco Eagle 314 BHDS travel trailer is just under 800-lbs and even loaded to its maximum 9200-lb GVWR the trailer tongue weight should not exceed 1400-lbs. Therefore the Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack # JET-4000NG rated at 4000-lbs will have plenty of extra capacity. This is a good thing since extra capacity means it won't have to work too hard and it should provide a long service life. This jack includes its own separate ground wire. This means...
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