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Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack - Drop Leg - A-Frame - 23" Lift - 4,500 lbs - Black

Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack - Drop Leg - A-Frame - 23" Lift - 4,500 lbs - Black

Item # SC63VR
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Use this electric tongue jack to lift your trailer with the flip of a switch. The sturdy steel jack can handle up to 4,500 lbs. It has 18" of travel and a 5" drop leg for extra lift. LED lights on both sides boost visibility at night. 1-800-940-8924 to order Stromberg Carlson camper jacks part number SC63VR or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Stromberg Carlson products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack - Drop Leg - A-Frame - 23" Lift - 4,500 lbs - Black. Camper Jacks reviews from real customers.
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Stromberg Carlson Camper Jacks - SC63VR

  • Pop Up Camper
  • Teardrop Camper
  • Travel Trailer
  • A-Frame Jack
  • Leveling Jacks
  • Tongue Jack
  • Electric Jack
  • 4001 - 5000 lbs
  • 1 Jack
  • 23 Inch Lift
  • Stromberg Carlson
  • Bolt-On
  • Steel

Use this electric tongue jack to lift your trailer with the flip of a switch. The sturdy steel jack can handle up to 4,500 lbs. It has 18" of travel and a 5" drop leg for extra lift. LED lights on both sides boost visibility at night.


Features:

  • Electric jack with 12V motor lets you lift and lower your A-frame trailer quickly and easily
  • Top-mounted toggle switches are easily accessible
  • Large LED side lights make it simple to set up your camper at night
    • Also ease weight distribution hookup and disconnect
  • Bubble level on top of housing helps you level your trailer
    • Bull's-eye design shows front to back and side to side
  • 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, zinc-plated steel footplate provides stability
  • Emergency crank (included) allows you to manually operate jack if needed
  • Easy bolt-on installation for A-frame trailers
    • 3 Star washers included for making a good ground from jack to trailer
    • Mounting hardware sold separately


Specs:

  • Total lift: 23"
    • Screw travel: 18"
    • Drop leg: 5"
  • Lift capacity: 4,500 lbs
  • 2-Year warranty


How to Determine the Lift Capacity You Need in a Jack

A trailer jack is designed to lift the tongue of your trailer so you can connect the trailer coupler to your hitch ball. To do this, you'll need a jack with a lift capacity high enough to handle your trailer's tongue weight.


Tongue weight is the amount of weight that your trailer applies to the back of your tow vehicle. Typically, your tongue weight should be 10-15% of your total trailer weight (trailer + cargo). In other words, a 10,000-lb trailer would have a tongue weight between 1,000 lbs and 1,500 lbs. For a trailer this size, you would need a jack with a lift capacity of at least 1,500 lbs.


It's okay to have a jack with a weight rating that is higher than your trailer's tongue weight. In fact, a jack with a higher lift capacity should operate more efficiently, allowing you to spend less time cranking and more time camping.


Trailer and Camper Jack Lift

Every jack offers a certain amount of lift or travel. Screw travel is the distance the jack extends when you crank it (or toggle it to "extend" on an electric model). Some jacks include a drop leg for extra adjustability. On these jacks, you'll see the maximum extension of the drop leg listed in the specs as well. Adding the screw travel and drop leg travel together will give you the total lift. The total lift listed above can help you determine how high this jack will be able to raise your trailer.



JET-4500 Stromberg Carlson Electric A-Frame Trailer Jack - Black - 23" Lift - 4,500 Pounds

Installation Details SC63VR Installation instructions



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Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack - Drop Leg - A-Frame - 23" Lift - 4,500 lbs - Black - SC63VR

Average Customer Rating:  4.6 out of 5 stars   (98 Customer Reviews)

Use this electric tongue jack to lift your trailer with the flip of a switch. The sturdy steel jack can handle up to 4,500 lbs. It has 18" of travel and a 5" drop leg for extra lift. LED lights on both sides boost visibility at night.

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This was a great replacement for our 4 year old Keystone Springdale trailer jack that bit the dust. Installation was easy and is much faster and quieter than our RAM jack that came with the trailer. I did sand down the paint on the contact points to make sure of a good ground then painted over what was exposed. I liked it so much I'll be looking at getting one for my large utility trailer.



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Shipping was exceptionally fast, the jack works great, although I can for see the rubber on the toggle switches will probably either wear quickly or possibly the weather/sun will deteriorate sooner than later.



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So far not satisfied with this jack. It was easy enough to install BUT the up down switch is reversed so up is down and down is up. The motor will make 1 lift and shut off for 10 sec. or so. defantley not worth this kind of money

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Jenny N.

10/16/2023

It does sound like this jack may need replacing. I will have our Customer Service team reach out to you to assist.



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we ordered the jack .It shipped quickly. easy installation no problems works great.



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Great product, should include wiring in structions.



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The Strindberg jack works like a charm. I especially like that it automatically shuts off before it runs out of jack room on the shaft, both up or down. Really great product.



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Jack installation was quick and easy. I have bought a lot of trailer equipment from Etrailer and they have been very good company to deal with.



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This jack did not work right out of the box. It would retract but would not extend. Not only that, but when I tried to use the manual jack handle the unit would not work either. I had to use a bottle jack to get the trailer off my truck. etrailer was extremely helpful and helped me choose a different unit. They promptly sent to me the return shipping label for this defective unit.



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Thank you etrailer people for your fine service. I can not really rate this jack until I use it for at least a few months. But I can say that this electric jack works great just out of the box and it came with all the proper hardware for a good installation.

Randall

12/2/2022

Well a year later and all is well. We treat our jacks well and completely cover them in a plastic bag.The switches can be operated with the bag on.



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Nice unit, dropped right in. Goes up and down. Haven’t used it yet under load, but sure makes it easier to connect and disconnect the trailer.



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The new SC jack shipped quickly. Easy to install on my 20 ft. power tilt car carrier because I was only replacing a cheap electric jack from [online vendor] that had just failed rather than a new install.
I did have to turn the star washers over because the pointy side has to scratch through the paint to make a good ground contact but everything else was easy-peasy. You can tell that this new jack is a much more quality product. Works great/ much quieter than the old power jack. Thanks etrailer!!



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Installed easily with the parts provided. Works smoothly and quietly.



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Very easy to install. Much more sturdier then the previous one.



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The jack is in a slow failure mode. There seems to be some resistance in the jack as it keeps getting slower and slower at one year old. I’m waiting for the day it completely stops working. Voltage and ground are normal.

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Katrina B.

6/29/2023

I have gotten in contact with the manufacturer. We are needing some more information in order to assist you better. Do you have a 30 Amp Fuse attached correctly? Make sure it is not loose or anything. Also please check to make sure that you have at least 12 volts coming to the jack. If it is less then 6, you will need to recharge the battery or change it. Also please look at all the wires inside the head of the jack to make sure nothing has come loose. One thing it could be, is if the jack was not hooked up as the instructions state, then it could be an issue with something in the RV. This is not a normal thing to happen with a jack that is one year old.



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Sent an open package we should have refused!! It turned out to be defective. Took my time to install for nothing!!! Thank God Stromberg is sending a replacement. Leaves a bad tast to ever order from etrailer again. They dumped a unit on us that should have been tested first!



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This 2nd elec Jack I’ve purchased & very happy with them



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etrailer helped me with no questions asked when a product came damaged by UPS. Got me a replacement before I could even box up the broken one to ship back.



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Came fast and installed it, it works up and down so got to see how long it last. Was easy to install and hooke would recommend if it for better than a hand crank



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Box was in bad shape jack was up side down in box up looks ok you need to look at your packing



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Was ready to move our trailer to winter storage and found out that the electric jack was frozen up. Would not even hand crank. Needed a new jack fast. New trailer jack from eTrailer came in only two days in spite of snow storm. Easy to install so we are back in business.



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Super Fast shipping had it in about 4 days. Hands down a good quality jack. It has good power but is nice and quiet. Had origiannly gotten an Ultra Fab from Camping World since they were local and it was junk. This jack is 100% better quality and stronger. Took me about 10 mintues to remove the old and put this one on!



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Installation was simple, and operation is much better than the unit it replaced.

Samuel

11/4/2022

Great!



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Quality jack. Easy installation. Works well and has good speed.



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Works well so far but it is a little cl unky



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Very nice unit so far and simple installation. Since this is on an enclosed utility trailer that I work from on site, I am disappointed that I cannot completely open the tailgate as it rests on the jack's motor housing. I thought about rotating the jack but would have to drill new mounting holes and am not sure if the performance of the jack would be compromised as a result.

Etrailer Expert

Jenny N.

3/24/2022

You mentioned that you wanted to rotate the jack and would need to drill new mounting holes. As long as you are drilling new holes into the trailer frame and not the jack there should not be any reason that the jack would not work for you.


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