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Brophy Cable Camper Jacks - 67" Max Lift Height - 3,000 lbs - Qty 2

Brophy Cable Camper Jacks - 67" Max Lift Height - 3,000 lbs - Qty 2

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Easily load or unload your truck camper with this pair of sturdy cable jacks. Portable design does not require permanent installation. Simply place the lift brackets under your camper and crank to raise. Breaks down into 3 pieces for storage. 1-800-940-8924 to order Brophy camper jacks part number CJ74 or order online at Free expert support on all Brophy products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for Brophy Cable Camper Jacks - 67" Max Lift Height - 3,000 lbs - Qty 2. Camper Jacks reviews from real customers.
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Brophy Camper Jacks - CJ74

  • Truck Camper
  • Stabilizer Jacks
  • Sidewind Jack
  • 3001 - 4000 lbs
  • 2 Jacks
  • 67 Inch Lift
  • Brophy
  • Steel

Easily load or unload your truck camper with this pair of sturdy cable jacks. Portable design does not require permanent installation. Simply place the lift brackets under your camper and crank to raise. Breaks down into 3 pieces for storage.


  • Cable jacks help you load and unload your truck bed camper
  • Portable design - no need to permanently install unsightly electric jacks on your camper
    • Each jack disassembles into 3 pieces for easy storage
  • Extra-tall poles let you clear the bed rails on tall pickups
  • Hand winches let you easily raise and lower the jacks
    • Safety latches keep the cables from free-spooling
    • Plastic handle grips offer comfortable cranking
  • Aircraft-grade cables are strong and reliable
  • Sturdy tripod bases evenly distribute your camper's weight
    • Help to eliminate front-to-back and side-to-side motion
  • Large footplates help to prevent sinking and tilting
  • L-shaped lift brackets support the bottom and the sides of your camper
    • Simply place lift brackets under your camper and crank the winches to raise
  • Durable, corrosion-resistant construction
    • Tripod bases and lift brackets are black powder coated
    • Upright poles are galvanized
  • Made in the USA


  • Quantity: 2 cable jacks
  • Lifting range: 17" - 67"
  • Overall height when assembled: 76"
  • Combined weight capacity: 3,000 lbs
  • Lift bracket dimensions (each): 26-1/2" long x 2" wide x 2" tall
  • Leg lengths:
    • Fixed: 17-1/2" from end to edge of pole opening
    • Collapsable: 15"
  • Footpad diameter: 4-3/4"
  • Winch gear ratio: 4:1
  • 1-Year limited warranty

Note: Always use these jacks in pairs on level ground. Not approved for commercial or rental use.

Lifting your truck camper on and off of your pickup truck is challenging if you don't have the right equipment. This pair of reliable cable jacks helps you load and unload your camper with ease. No permanent installation is required, so you won't have unsightly and expensive electric jacks hanging off of your camper. And because these jacks break down into 3 portable, easy-to-assemble pieces, you can take them everywhere the road takes you.

Ideal for Tall Pickup Trucks

Got a super tall or lifted pickup? No problem. The uppermost poles on these jacks are elongated so you can lift your camper up to 67" off the ground, which should be more than enough to clear the bed rails of even the loftiest truck on the road.

Simple Operation

Using these jacks is simple. Place 1 jack on each side of your camper and position the L-shaped lift brackets underneath the body of the camper. Then crank the hand winches to lift or lower each side of the camper evenly until the proper height for loading or unloading is achieved.

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.

CJ74 C. R. Brophy Tripod Winch Jacks for Truck Campers and Camper Shells - 3,000 lbs - Qty 2

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Brophy Cable Camper Jacks - 67" Max Lift Height - 3,000 lbs - Qty 2 - CJ74

Average Customer Rating:  4.5 out of 5 stars   (229 Customer Reviews)

Easily load or unload your truck camper with this pair of sturdy cable jacks. Portable design does not require permanent installation. Simply place the lift brackets under your camper and crank to raise. Breaks down into 3 pieces for storage.


Great directions for manual assembly, quality metal and parts. Solid and exactly the heavy duty I was looking for to use with my slide in truck camper.

Melissa A.


The Camper stands I purchased a year ago have been fantastic! They are holding up very well in the multiple times Ive used them. Quality product! I recommend to others to purchase.. I do offer that these stands are best implemented with 2 people for accurate balance and lifting.. :


The shipping box had parts partially showing. There were about 7 holes in the box.They parts were missing paint where they we exposed. However it was easy to assemble and works great.

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Jenny N.


Yuck, the box did not hold up. I will have our Customer Service team reach out to you.


when using the jacks for the first time I couldn't get the truck under the camper because the legs are too close to the camper. The lip is only 2 inches. I called to see if I was dong something wrong and was refered to the manufacurer. I called them and they said the have never had the issue. Because I didn't want to return the jacks (they work great except not enough clearance) I decided to buy some 1/4 inch by 6 inch plate steel and bolted them to the bottom of the L to extend it an extra 4 inches on each side. Plenty of room now. Works fantastic.


Price was right and shipping was fast. When UPS delivered it there was a hole in the box and pieces were missing. I called and reached someone without being out on hold which surprised me. After explaining my situation, she had the parts shipped that day. Unbelievable customer service! I've ordered from Etrailer before but this is the first time I had an issue and it was handled fast and efficiently.


The package arrived and there was extensive damage to the product. Etrailer got right on it though and sent me a replacement within two days. That is one of the reasons I keep coming back to etrailer. Excellent customer service. Haven't got to use the lift yet.


These do FREE WHEEL! The video posted by Brophy is incorrect, the jacks will free wheel when switched into down mode. This is false advertising.

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Katrina B.


We have gotten information from the manufacturer that on the jack the lever must be all the way forward or all the way back to be engaged. The person in the video did not fully engage the lever, thats why it did not make the same noise when they cranked the handle and allowed it to free fall.


Received on time, jacks are as advertised. Only complaint is one handle is broken due to abuse during shipping.


So I have owned my CJ7 4 Brophy camper Jacks for a year. Throughout this time, they have been outside exposed to the elements continuously, and they look and operate as if they were straight out of the box. I've been using the camper jacks to renovate my camper, and I couldn't have done this project without them. I am so happy I bought the camper Jacks it was the smartest purchase I've made in a long time, and was the best place to purchase them.


Shipping was quick, but a little more care could go into packaging this $600 set of jacks. The bases and painted surfaces are all scratched up from being thrown in a box together with no kind of protection from the other pieces in the box.


Did the job. Directions did not say installer would need 3/4" wrench to turn crank so crank handle could be removed.


Great Jack's that easily handle sled decks and toppers. Only complaint is you need to drill a hole and put a pin in base to keep it from falling off while moving around. I would buy these again.


well made much better than former cable jacks that we had from a previous camper. Very heavy duty CJ74 67" 3000lb lift We have a Ford F250 Superduty truck with higher side rails plus these jacks not only can lift higher but also can pick up camper from only 33" from ground which is an advantage. Very glad we bought
Brophy Camper Cable Jacks, PS: Also received with box intact all contents inside.


Great product. Lifts my truck camper with ease.


The jacks work as they should and had no problem lifting the camper out of the back of my lifted f250 they handled the extra hight no problem. The only problem I had was a weld had snapped on one of the support legs, but I emailed the customer service and got a reply the next day and after sending them a picture they shipped a brand new support to me at no charge. Great customer service and really easy to deal with.


Product is fine. The only problem was the sticky plastic film used to wrap the jack posts, impossible to remove easily, wound up scraping off with a utility knife.


I sold and maintained R.V.'s for many years and had experience with the Brophy Jacks so I knew exactly what I was looking for when I ordered these. These jacks are easy and safe to use if instructions are followed. I have a small camper that had hydraulic jacks. These were always in the way when using my vehicle in the bush and in tight spots. Now I use the Brophy Jacks to load/unload my camper and then to load/unload the truck canopy. When working, we made a "Bed Rail" dolly. We could load a camper onto this dolly and move it anywhere on the lot that we wanted as the jacks will go close to the ground. A well made and useful product. I have a jacked up Tundra so the extra length is helpful. Thank you.

Leslie S.


excellent as expected. no faults


Good investment!


Apppreciate the quick order process and delivery. The jacks worked like a champ.

Thank you.


Finally got them setup and pulled the camper. They were delivered earlier than expected. They are well constructed and easy to use. etrailer promptly handled my concerns with some address issues . Jeri went above and beyond. I will use and recommend this company.



They performed excellently. I used them 4 times with no issues. Definitely getting my moneys worth. I should mention that one of the welds on on leg of one of the bases broke. Thankfully I was only putting them in garage.. I havent met any welders in our new town so cant use them anymore Its not very often a business cares enough to contact their customers. I am pleasantly surprised that you checked up. Regards,


didn't take long to get in the mail i will not have to them no more and they very hard to find at rental yards the price was good and i got free shipping these are made very well and lifts my truck camper very eazy i will be buying other products this outfit and it looks like i can find some of the oddball stuff i need for my camper at good prices and fast service
Thanks Bill

Bill H.


dont know i have not used them yet i got them because i had the money at the time but i must say they seem to be made very good i will use them after this summer i been working on my truck and now i will work on my camper then will see feel free to email me back after summer as of right now i like what i see i would also would like to send you guys some pictures of my rig when its done i think you like what did with it inside and out thanks bill hughes


I used these to lift a truck camper onto my 2018 Ram 2500. I initially tried using only one pair and found it to be extremely scary as the camper wobbled back and forth. I purchased another pair so I could have a jack at all four points. It's better, but still very scary to lift the camper with these. The camper will rock and swing as you jack it up from the torque of the jacking action.

If I could go back in time, I would have chosen to build electric jacks (at a higher cost) directly onto my camper instead of using these. They get the job done, but it doesn't feel safe.


Good product but packaging was horrible. Looked like it went through a hurricane. Was almost in two and was torn up in thin an cheap packing. Scratched up the product a good bit but they’re jacks and don’t need to be pretty but for the price I think better packaging is a must.


These have worked flawlesly since day one. The lift height is more than adequet for our F350 4x4. I've never felt like I was pushing them beyond the weight limit, (but I did). My only complaint is that they are way too heavy for the box that they're packed in: divide the weight or put them a heavy duty box. When you spend this kind of money, you expect them to arrive intact.


Cable jacks are well made and heavy duty. As others have mentioned the shipping was not great. When I saw the box I figured there would be damage but both jacks seem to be ok.


Great product! Great service!

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