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Stromberg Carlson Electric Landing Gear Set - Weld On - 34-7/8" Lift - 6,500 lbs

Stromberg Carlson Electric Landing Gear Set - Weld On - 34-7/8" Lift - 6,500 lbs

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Electric, fifth-wheel landing gear set's motor has an IP-rated switch for fast, easy, and safe operation. Each leg is 33-1/2" tall, offers 19-7/8" of travel, and has a 15" drop leg for extra lift. Combined weight capacity is 6.5K. Call 800-298-8924 to order Stromberg Carlson camper jack part number LG-4 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Stromberg Carlson products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Stromberg Carlson Electric Landing Gear Set - Weld On - 34-7/8" Lift - 6,500 lbs. Camper Jack reviews from real customers.
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Stromberg Carlson Camper Jack - LG-4

  • Landing Gear
  • 6500 lbs
  • Electric Jack
  • Stromberg Carlson
  • 35 Inch Lift
  • Weld-On

Electric, fifth-wheel landing gear set's motor has an IP-rated switch for fast, easy, and safe operation. Each leg is 33-1/2" tall, offers 19-7/8" of travel, and has a 15" drop leg for extra lift. Combined weight capacity is 6.5K.


  • Perfect for raising, leveling, and supporting your 5th-wheel trailer or RV
  • Direct-drive motor reduces strain on your jack and allows landing gear to lift with ease
    • No clutch that could slip
  • Single-speed motor won't trip circuits or cause problems with coach's electrical systems
    • IP-rated switch will not spark, so it can be mounted safely in bottle-gas area
  • Drop legs minimize jacking time and help to level the trailer on uneven ground
    • Legs adjust in 1" increments
  • Cage pins included to release drop legs
    • Upgrade to spring-loaded pull pins (LG-119113 - sold separately) for simpler drop leg release
  • Hand crank included for manual operation
  • Heavy-duty steel construction
  • Gearbox is housed in a corrosion-resistant aluminum body
  • Landing gear welds onto trailer frame
  • Set includes 2 jacks, gearbox, motor, switch, footplates, cross shaft, hand crank, and hardware
  • Made in the USA


  • Leg length: 33-1/2"
  • Total lift: 34-7/8"
    • Travel: 19-7/8"
    • Drop leg: 15"
  • Combined weight capacity: 6,500 lbs
  • 1-Year warranty

Note: Landing gear is designed to stabilize a portion of your trailer's weight, not to support the full GVWR of your trailer. Do not use landing gear to lift your trailer or RV during tire changes or service work because doing so will exceed the capacity of the landing legs.

Stromberg Carlson's landing gear was designed with safety in mind. The motor, manufactured by Lippert, won't trip circuits or cause problems with the coach's electrical systems. In addition, the IP-rated switch will not spark, so it can be mounted safely in the bottle-gas area.

Convenience is also a hallmark of this product. An inner drop leg on each jack makes leveling easy by allowing the jack feet to reach the ground quickly and at varying heights, saving time and thus reducing the draw on the trailer's battery. The cage pins that secure the drop legs can be replaced with spring-loaded pull pins (LG-119113 - sold separately) that allow for single-handed operation. Large, rectangular, pivoting footpads are included, but you can use larger, 9-inch-diameter pads (LG-210475 - sold separately) instead if you often camp on soft ground.

This system and its parts were designed to be compatible with most of the other fifth-wheel landing gear on the market, including Atwood and Lippert. If you're replacing your old landing gear, you can install this set from Stromberg Carlson using your existing mounting hardware.

LG-4 Stromberg Carlson Deluxe Electric Landing Gear for Fifth Wheel

Installation Details LG-4 Installation instructions

Video of Stromberg Carlson Electric Landing Gear Set - Weld On - 34-7/8" Lift - 6,500 lbs

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

Video Transcript for Stromberg Carlson Camper Jack - Landing Gear - LG-4 Review

Today we're going to be taking a look at the Strombeg-Carlson Electric Landing Gear Set. This set is perfect for 5th-wheel campers. The electric-powered adjustment allows for nice, easy operation. It's going to feature the single-speed Lippert motor that has built-in safety features. The motor won't trip circuits or cause problems with the coach's electrical system, and it's IP-rated when it comes to the switch which is included. That means that it won't spark, so it can be mounted safely in the bottle-gas area of desired. Now each leg is going to come with a drop-leg, that's the insert located at the bottom that has the footplate attached to it.

Drop-legs are designed to minimize jacking time, and it's going to help to level the trailer on uneven ground. Those legs are going to adjust in 1" increments, and the cage pins are included that allow you to easily release the drop-legs. Each leg comes with a removable footplate, that's going to be attached with another pin located at the bottom of the drop-leg. The footplate is really nice to have, that's going to help spread out the applied weight and prevent sinking on softer surfaces. Those footplates are a rectangular design.

They're going to measure 5" wide by 8" long, and those can be removed and oriented the other direction too if you want. There's going to be a installation hole on each side of the inner tube there of the drop-leg to get that attached and installed in whatever orientation or position that you want. The unit's also going to come with a hand crank, this is going to allow for manual operation. The unit's made from a heavy-duty steel construction, it's going to feature protective finishes to keep the system safe from rust an corrosion. The gear box is housed in a corrosion-resistant aluminum body. The landing gear is designed to weld on to the trailer frame with the included weld-on brackets.

Now, I do want to point out that in order t make sure that your jacks are supported, whether they're being retracted or extended, so either way of operation, you want to make sure that one of your brackets is underneath one of the weld stops. Then you want to make sure that the other bracket is on top of a weld stop. The set's going to come with 2 jacks. You're going to get your gearbox and your motor. You're going to get your switch. Your going to get your footplates, cross shaft, hand crank.

You're going to get your weld-on brackets, all the necessary hardware, and all your necessary wiring. A few measurements I want to go over with you real quick. First thing we're going to talk about is the weld stop distances. These are important because you want to know if this is going to be a perfect match for the trailer that you have. What we want to do are two different measurements. We want to take a measurement from the top of one weld stop, so not the actual bracket, but the weld stop. From the top of one weld stop to the bottom of the other, is going to be 19.5". From the bottom of this weld stop to the top of the other is 21.5". Again, from top to bottom 19.5", from bottom to top 21.5". The leg length is going to be 33.5", and that's the outer tube length so from the bottom of this portion right here, so just that outer tube that black portion, to the top of the jack is 33.5". Then from the bottom of the footplate to the top of the jack is going to measure 37.5". Now this system's going to use a stroke length of 19-7/8", which gives it a height of around 57-3/8" when fully extended. Then that drop-leg is going to give an additional 16" of travel that can be adjusted in increments of 1". The combined weight capacity for this unit is 6,500 lbs. The outer tubes are going to measure 2.5" by 2.5", and your cross shaft is adjustable from 41" to 71". That's going to do it for today's look at the Strombeg-Carlson Electric Landing Gear Set.

Customer Reviews

Stromberg Carlson Electric Landing Gear Set - Weld On - 34-7/8" Lift - 6,500 lbs - LG-4

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (9 Customer Reviews)

Electric, fifth-wheel landing gear set's motor has an IP-rated switch for fast, easy, and safe operation. Each leg is 33-1/2" tall, offers 19-7/8" of travel, and has a 15" drop leg for extra lift. Combined weight capacity is 6.5K.

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I have a 2010 Bighorn 3055rl and these jacks were an exact match to the failed jacks so installation was simply a reverse of the removal. All of the necessary parts were included for a full replacement. The quality seems similar to the originals. I hope they last longer and they should as I have changed how I operate them. In my opinion, they did not come with enough grease on them and that may also be part of the reason the original jacks failed. I put plenty of grease on these. 584430

Still working as expected.
Joey - 11/22/2019


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was pleased with the service and shipping time. Have it half installed as it is raining now with a lake under the front. 598270

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Product was exactly what I needed. We only had to make one modification to the legs so that we did not have to weld in the new straps. Works perfect. I would love that it instructions would have shown the picture as if you were facing the equipment. 519498

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I purchased this landing gear to replace the RBW landing gear on a 1998 Mallard made by Fleetwood. Only one side of the RBW was bad, but I was unable to find parts to repair it. I had to weld new brackets to the legs to match the existing U brackets that were already welded to the frame of the 5th wheel. Everything went smoothly with the installation until I went to hook up the square tubing for the cross bar that ties the legs together. The tubing was about 8" too short to reach from one leg to the other. Luckily I was able to use the cross bars from the original RBW gear. I am not sure why the Stromberg Carlson cross bar was so short because my 5th Wheel is a standard width. Other than that it looks like a good product. 301638

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We have used the camper jacks at least 11 times and they have worked perfectly & also operates very quietly. We are very pleased with them & give it a 5 star rating. 718509

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I put them on they will lift the trailer by hand but motor can’t lift is there a strong motor for this you Customerservice said it would lift this trailer it is a Fleetwood terry 5th wheeler 511143

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Best way to go even if your just fixing your ecisting jacks. They have made many improvements to the motor and gear box. 498065

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Product arrived in excellent shape (UPS shipper), had all parts, instructions, and installed as specified. I shop etrailer because of price, quality and delivery. Great bunch of folks if you have questions. 488521

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Landing gear package was everything i needed and fit perfectly. Installed and working great. 459112


Ask the Experts about this Stromberg Carlson Camper Jack

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    In case you want to just service your existing Venture VMC940 5th wheel landing gear driver leg you can use gearbox # LG-179015. For a complete replacement lead jack use Replacement Lead Jack with Drop Leg # LG-179013 which is a universal fit that works with major brands. I linked a diagram with measurements so you can compare to yours. For a motor to convert the gearbox and leg to electric operation you can use part # LG-196308.
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  • Replacement Gear Box and Landing Gear Legs for 2011 Open Range Residential Model 398
    Based on the dimensions you mentioned the landing gear set you have is the part # LG-4 which for a replacement gear box you'd want the part # LG-179015 and for replacement legs you'd want the part # LG-177202 for a lead leg and # LG-177201 for a follow leg.
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  • Troubleshooting Landing Gear on Fuzion Toy Hauler That Will No Longer Lift Trailer
    It sounds like the landing gear on your Fuzion Toy Hauler may have been overextended, which likely caused damage to the internal gears and screw. This "flopping" that you mentioned is essentially the unit trying to extend but since the internal components have been compromised, it is unable to operate properly, which is producing that extensive vibration and shaking on the leg and motor. Your best option at this point is likely to replace the entire system. I recommend taking a look...
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  • Troubleshooting Powered Landing Gear That Won't Operate Under Load
    Thank you for clearly describing the issue with the motor on one of your landing gear legs. When a jack motor operates when there is no load on it but fails to operate when there is a load this usually relates to a loose power connection. Check both of your power leads to that motor to ensure that both ground and hot connections are absolutely tight. A weak ground will deliver some power but often not enough to lift. When a jack operates in the retract direction but not in the extend...
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  • Replacement Landing Gear for 2010 Open Range 5th-Wheel Trailer
    For your 2010 Open Range 5th-Wheel Trailer, I recommend looking at the Stromberg Carlson Electric Landing Gear Set # LG-4. Each leg on this set is 33-1/2 inches tall and provides up to 19-7/8 inches of travel. It has a combined weight capacity of 6,500 pounds and the direct-drive motor will reduce strain on the jack for easy stabilization. To determine if this will fit with the brackets you already have welded to your trailer, you will want to take a measurement between them. The distance...
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  • Stromberg Carlson Electric Landing Gear Set LG-4 Shipping Weight and Carton Size
    Since this weight of the Stromberg Carlson Electric Landing Gear Set # LG-4 is substantial, a bit over 80-lbs, our shipping team would double-box it, meaning they would place the manufacturer's 2-piece corrugated carton inside an etrailer shipping carton to ensure safe transport. The size of shipping carton we would use for this item is 58 x 26 x 8-inches and the total weight would be right around 85-lbs.
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    Any powered landing gear or powered tongue jack will draw less power as it legs descend down toward the ground and much more as soon as they make contact and encounter resistance. This is a normal occurrence. In the same way, any jack - even a manual hand-crank type - requires less power (or force) when lowering the trailer than when lifting it. The cause for your powered landing gear losing steam could be any of several possibilities. These include the trailer's battery not being rated...
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  • How Do You Determine What Landing Gear Is On Your Trailer?
    If there isn't a brand name printed on a tag somewhere on the actual landing gear it is not easy to determine because they all look and function the same way. The nice part about that is that if you need to replace parts or complete systems they are fairly universal and just require the proper weight rating or style. I've attached a link to our page to assist. One help is to measure brackets welded to your frame. The distance between them will help in determining a correct replacement. If...
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  • Troubleshooting One Leg on Landing Gear Not Working
    Although you did not mention if it is the lead or follow leg that is not working, if it is the follow leg it may be that you have an issue with the gearbox and would need to replace it with Replacement Aluminum Gearbox # LG-179015 which will work with Stromberg Carlson landing gear as well as Lippert and Venture. Another option that could work is using a repair kit such as the Lead Jack Repair Kit for Stromberg Carlson Landing Gear # LG-146059 or Follow Jack Repair Kit # LG-146060 depending...
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    Sometimes landing gear will retract but not extend due to an issue with available trailer power. It takes more current to make the legs extend (when they are pushing against gravity) than when they are retracting, at which time the trailer's own weight helps to push the extended legs back in. You could have an issue as simple as a bad ground and/or loose power cables. This is easy to check and will cost you nothing. You can also do a bypass test on the switch to find out if the landing...
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  • Can the Stromberg Carlson Electric Landing Gear Set LG-4 Be Bought Without the Motor
    In order to piece together a kit similar to the Stromberg Carlson Electric Landing Gear Set part # LG-4 but without the motor you will need to obtain the following: Replacement Lead Leg for Stromberg Carlson Landing Gear - part # LG-177202 Replacement Follow Leg for Stromberg Carlson Landing Gear - part # LG-177201 Replacement Footpad and Pin for Stromberg Carlson Landing Gear - part # LG-119225 (2) Replacement Aluminum Gearbox for Stromberg Carlson Landing Gear - part # LG-179015 Replacement...
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  • Landing Gear on 2010 Fuzion FZ322 Toy Hauler Travels a Few Inches But then Stops
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  • Landing Gear Legs Will Not Retract But Will Extend
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