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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. 1-833-496-1390 to order Stromberg Carlson camper jacks 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 Jacks reviews from real customers.
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Stromberg Carlson Camper Jacks - LG-4

  • Landing Gear
  • Fifth Wheel Landing Gear
  • 6001 - 7000 lbs
  • Electric Jack
  • 35 Inch Lift
  • Weld-On
  • 2 Jacks
  • Stromberg Carlson

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.


Features:

  • 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


Specs:

  • 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

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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   (137 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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Nice direct fit easy install and work w ell




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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.




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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.


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


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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.




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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




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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.




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I could not find exactly the right size that I need it for the front of my 40 foot Jayco fifth wheel however this unit work just fine and has given me a year’s good service no problems no complaints




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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.




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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.




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




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VERY satisfied




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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.




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I wasn't sure about this product when I ordered it. I measured my old unit several times and everything seemed to match. I was very pleased to find everything I found on the website was correct and the install went much smoother than I anticipated. Very happy with the end result.

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Review from a similar Deluxe Electric Landing Gear in Camper Jacks


Let me start by saying this review is about the product, not e-trailer. etrailer is great. I love doing business with them. Their prices beat anybody, and the free and FAST shipping is a bonus. Now to the review of the LG-3 landing gear. The pros of this product are they are a direct replacement for the Lippert system on my trailer. No cutting, drilling or welding. They fit in the original brackets. I installed them while camping in about 2 hours with simple hand tools. The cons are they are a direct replacement for the Lippert system on my trailer. They use the same weak motor, that struggles to lift my trailer. The kit was missing bolts and pins and I had to use my old hardware until I could get back to town to buy new hardware. I wanted to go with the Bulldog 10K system, but wanted something that work with my Lippert remote system. The original system failed. I suspect this one will too. Next time I will go with something heavy enough to do the job. Check out the before and after pics and the pic of what can happen when your jacks fail and you have to resort to using hydraulic jacks to lift your trailer. A $4000.00 repair that could have been much worse.


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So far these are working. I got the higher torque model, which operates at a lower speed. I dont necessarily like the slower speed, but hey, at least they go up and down and the trailer hasnt fallen on my truck again. I am still disappointed that this landing gear is supplied by the manufacturer. It is woefully inadequate. As a side note, it is impossible to raise these legs with the coat hanger they give you for a hand-crank. This thing is ridiculous. That is why I keep a set of bottle jacks on-hand just in case of emergencies, and hope I never have to use them again.
Steve B - 09/20/2018



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Review from a similar Deluxe Electric Landing Gear in Camper Jacks


In June 2022 while stranded at a campground in the finger lake region of NY, etrailer sourced and delivered a Stromberg Carlson landing gear kit that matched up perfectly with my 11 year old Crossroads Cruiser fifth wheel. The kit included all parts needed (electric motor, gearbox, jackshafts, landing pads, new switch, bolts, nuts, etc.) to replace old landing gear components and get my fifth wheel operational. I replaced everything at my campsite. Parts arrived in 3 days, matched perfectly, and were of excellent quality. Direct contact with James R. of etrailer guaranteed the correct kit for my fifth wheel. Terrific service, reasonable prices, and convenient delivery options continue to be a hallmark of etrailer. They are definitely my go to source for all things RV. Thanks for being there and your expertise with RVs and trailers!




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Review from a similar Deluxe Electric Landing Gear in Camper Jacks


After talking to the experts at etrailer they helped me find a complete landing gear set (2 landing legs, feet, motor, gear box, switch, connecting arm, crank) to replace my original 2005 Jayco 5th wheel that I could not get OEM replacements or parts for. we settled on the LG-1. it was almost o perfect fit. I have never replaced landing gear before. I was one of the easiest projects I have done in a long time. The only modifications I had to do was cut a gap for the new gear connecting rod and manual jack crank arm to go through. It took about 5 minutes for both. The whole project took about 1.5 hours. Everything works perfectly.




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Review from a similar Deluxe Electric Landing Gear in Camper Jacks


Before I purchased my Stromberg Carlson Camper Jacks I messaged your company to request information on my project and how I was going to use the jack system. Unfortunately I received no response from your company but purchased the jacks anyway and installed them on my project to complete it.




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Review from a similar Deluxe Electric Landing Gear in Camper Jacks


Great website and our item arrived much sooner. I was especially impressed with the UPS tracking system on the etrailer website, easy and great looking




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Review from a similar Deluxe Electric Landing Gear in Camper Jacks


I would recommend to anyone who needs parts for their travel trailer.

Etrailer keeps you informed on the progress of your order and if you have any issues they resolve it asap.

Great place to do business with.




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Review from a similar Deluxe Electric Landing Gear in Camper Jacks


These jacks were a direct bolt-on replacement for the Atwood jacks on my fifth wheel. One year later, they are working fine. When considering this purchase, it was not clear if the landing gear would fit or if welding would be necessary. I called Stromberg-Carlson and they sent the technical drawings right away. Answered the question immediately. I will never forget their fine customer service.


Comments
We are working on getting the product page updated to make it easier to determine fitment. Here is a link to one of our answer pages that can help out in the meantime!
-- Etrailer Expert Jon G - 10/13/2020
Still working fine. I am very pleased with this product
Steve W - 09/27/2021


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Review from a similar Deluxe Electric Landing Gear in Camper Jacks


Perfect fit and easy installation, packaging from manufacture could be better first box was broken open in shipping and most parts gone second one end had broken open and had to be retapped.



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