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Stabilizer Jack - 6-1/4" Drop Leg Travel - 18" - 650 lbs - Qty 1

Stabilizer Jack - 6-1/4" Drop Leg Travel - 18" - 650 lbs - Qty 1

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Heavy-duty jack stabilizes your lightweight cargo or camper trailer. Leg telescopes to the ground when you release the lever. Jack swings up for storage. Black powder coat finish resists corrosion. Handle (SJ-100-HD) sold separately. 1-800-940-8924 to order etrailer camper jacks part number TJ01RT or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all etrailer products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for Stabilizer Jack - 6-1/4" Drop Leg Travel - 18" - 650 lbs - Qty 1. Camper Jacks reviews from real customers.
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etrailer Camper Jacks - TJ01RT

  • Pop Up Camper
  • Teardrop Camper
  • Travel Trailer
  • Stabilizer Jacks
  • Drop Down Jack
  • 0 - 1000 lbs
  • 1 Jack
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  • Bolt-On
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  • Steel

Heavy-duty jack stabilizes your lightweight cargo or camper trailer. Leg telescopes to the ground when you release the lever. Jack swings up for storage. Black powder coat finish resists corrosion. Handle (SJ-100-HD) sold separately.


Features:

  • Stabilizing jack helps keep your trailer or camper level and steady
    • Great for loading and unloading cargo or for camping
  • Folding design lets you flip jack up for travel, down for use
  • Drop leg extends so you can adjust the height
    • Spring-loaded lever releases drop leg for use
    • Steel handle (SJ-100-HD - sold separately) lets you easily fine-tune height adjustment
  • Large foot provides stability
  • Sturdy steel construction
  • Black powder coat finish resists corrosion
  • Bolt-on or weld-on installation
    • Mounting hardware not included


Specs:

  • Bracket height:
    • Retracted 11-1/2"
    • Extended: 18"
  • Drop leg travel: 6-1/2"
  • Lift capacity: 650 lbs
    • Maximum load the jack can lift
  • Support capacity: 1,000 lbs
    • Maximum vertical load the jack can support
  • Mounting plate dimensions: 4" long x 1-7/8" wide
    • 3" From center of hole to center of hole
    • 7/16" Diameter holes
  • Footplate dimensions: 4" long x 3-1/2" wide
  • Quantity: 1 jack
  • 1-Year warranty


Note: This jack is designed to stabilize a portion of your trailer's weight, not to support the full GVWR of your trailer. Do not use this jack to lift your trailer or RV. Doing so will exceed the capacity of the jack.


This stabilizer jack is handy for leveling or stabilizing lightweight trailers. Support the front of your cargo trailer so you can load it or unload it without the trailer rocking or tipping. Or level your pop-up for a night at the campground.



SJ-100-NH Stabilizer Jack - 650 lbs

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Stabilizer Jack - 6-1/4" Drop Leg Travel - 18" - 650 lbs - Qty 1 - TJ01RT

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (794 Customer Reviews)

Heavy-duty jack stabilizes your lightweight cargo or camper trailer. Leg telescopes to the ground when you release the lever. Jack swings up for storage. Black powder coat finish resists corrosion. Handle (SJ-100-HD) sold separately.

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Gave it a three due to the modifications that had to be done to make it fit. I had to grind down the outside of the pad about 3/16" to make the stabilizer fit up into the bumper of our Scamp. In addition, I shimmed the top down about 5/32 so it would lock into place without forcing it. One stabilizer had epoxy which looks very sloppy. This on the edge where it should be spot welded - hope this is the case! Fortunately, I'd read reviews indicating that this was not a direct replacement for Scamp 13'ers. Folks should be aware they may have to do some work since the stabilizers may not fit out of the box. Once modified, they work as expected.

Dave

7/18/2023

So far the stabilizers have done their job. Im not rough on my equipment, keeping it painted where needed and a thin sheen of oil where parts rub together. If I had to do over, Id get scissor stabilizer jacks that can be raised and lowered with a drill.



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I drilled two 3/8" holes in the top of the rail and used two stainless bolts to hold it on. Works very well for this application. It folds and holds the trailer for loading, and if I have to leave it somewhere, and don't want the tongue sitting on the ground. I used it on a Harbor Freight 4x4 trailer I am building to pull with my Can-Am Spyder. Love it!!!



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Nice jack. Holds up the front of the trailer. I checked it the other day, and it still moves and slides freely. Sad thing is, I installed it a year ago, and hadn't moved the trailer since. So I haven't tried it with a load on the trailer, but I normally don't leave anything on the trailer when it isn't attached to the car anyway. One thing I would do differently is that this is meant to bolt onto a flat surface. I bolted across the gap on the bottom of the trailer tongue, and it did bend in a bit. I should have used another piece of 1/8 inch thick steel bar to go between this and the trailer tongue, same as the piece I made and put inside the trailer tongue, so this clamps onto the bottom flanges of the tongue. (The bottom of the trailer tongue is a box shape, but with the bottom only having a 1/4 inch flange on either side, not closed like the other 3 sides). But that is an issue with how I mounted it, and not a problem with the jack.

Paul C.

8/14/2021

It has been a year since my review, and 2 years since I installed the jack, and it is holding up no pun intended nicely. The trailer is stored outdoors, so the jack is exposed to the weather, but I dont use the trailer much, so it isnt exposed to much road grime.



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I received these 3 cool stabilizing jacks a couple of days ago and installed them today. I am impressed with the leveling jacks and they are just what the doctor ordered for this trailer. This 4’X8’ trailer was built in 1975 and has a ’66 Olds Tornado rear axle. I mounted 1 jack on the tongue and 2 jacks on the rear for stability and so I don’t have to be hooked up to load the trailer. They will work great. I will attach several pictures and use what you wish. Great communication on this purchase and fast shipping on the items and quite reasonable. I will purchase from etrailer again.

James S.

7/3/2014

The leveling jacks are still working just as good as they did the day they were new. Ideal support jack for small trailers. etrailer good people to do business with.



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I purchased this load stabilizer for my light duty trailer so the hitch wouldn't have to lay on the concrete when nor hitched to my tractor. The quality was great and it functioned as advertised. Great product I would recommend this to a friend.

Blane K.

10/6/2014

How did you mount your stabilizer? In the pictures you put on e-trailer.com of your application, I cant see any bolt holes in the trailer tongue, but it appears you installed the stabilizer on a plate of some sort mounted underneath the trailer.

Charles B.

10/9/2014

I cut 2 pieces of 1/4 inch thick aluminum plate one to fit inside the trailor tongue and the other one to fit between the trailor tongue and the mounting bracket on top of the load stabilizer. I machined a shoulder on the bottom face of the aluminum plate inside the trailor tongue and I also machined another shoulder on the top face of the aluminum plate between the stabilizer and the trailor tongue. I also transferred the two holes on the top of the load stabilizer to the aluminum plates and drilled through holes to match that size in both plates. Now to mount you put the one plate inside the tongue with the shoulder facing down lined up with the gap in the underside of the tongue the other plate goes on top of the load stabilizer with the sholder faceing up to also line up with gap in the underside of the tongue now put 2 bolts through the holes in the load stabilizer mounting bracket faceing up through both aluminum plates and install lock washers and nuts then tighten down after sliding the stabilizer forward or backward to your desired location. The reason for the shoulders is so the whole unit wont twist when mounted. Also the shoulder thickness of both plates added together cant be thicker than the thickness of the tongue material or the mount wont tighten up enough to prevent it from sliding back and forth on the tongue. I hope this helps. This system works without having to drill any holes th the trailor tongue and also looks good and clean mounted.



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The part works perfect. The description and measurements on the site were spot on. Can’t wait to take out to the woods snd put it in action. The photos are shot upside down from the bottom of the trailer. Easy to install once I figured out how to access the attachment points.

Mark

12/2/2022

Everything is working great. No issues at all after an entire camping season.



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I used this on the hitch of my wood splitter, and it work quite well. The adjustable height settings are very handy.



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Using this as a tongue stand for my small utility trailer. Its been working well for that, no fear of it slipping down or giving out. The only modification I have to do is space it down off the tongue because it is hard to lock into the stowed position (clearance too tight against the tongue bar).



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Good for light trailers <3500 lbs
A little
wobble to them once trailer
Weight in on them they are somewhat sturdy
Easy to install Easy to operate

Cindy

12/2/2023

Still wish they were heftier My Jack stands worked great But didn’t like pinched fingers



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Ordered 2 of these for my 6.5x10' enclosed v-nose trailer to help stabilize the back end when loading motorcycles and when camping in the trailer. They work well and were easy enough to install. I'd recommend buying the adjuster bar. You could use some heavy gauge steel round stock, but the etrailer one is inexpensive.

There are a few things I think could make this stabilizer jack perfect: a pivoting foot plate, more positive clamping mechanism (ratcheting vs. friction/wedge) and a rubber foot pad. That said, its still a good jack; does the job and I would buy again.



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I had to place washers between mounting bracket and trailer to give it enough clearance to work. The mounting location is perfectly flat/straight. Without the washers the piece indicated by arrows fit so tight against the frame I could not get the bracket free to lower or get it to lock in the up position without excessive force. Hope this helps!



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The Stabilizer Jack with a 6-1/4" Drop Leg is an outstanding addition to any RV enthusiast's toolkit. This jack boasts impressive stability and a robust build, making it an essential piece of equipment for leveling and stabilizing your RV.

The 650 lbs weight capacity is more than adequate for most RV types, providing ample support and peace of mind during your travels. The 18" reach ensures adaptability to various terrain, allowing for easy adjustment on uneven surfaces.

Installation was a breeze, and the jack operated smoothly and securely. The drop leg feature proved to be incredibly convenient, allowing for quick and precise adjustments. What truly sets this jack apart is its solid construction and durable materials, guaranteeing longevity and reliability even under heavy use.

Furthermore, the single quantity option is a practical choice for those looking to replace a worn-out jack or simply add an extra support point to their setup. The quality of this stabilizer jack far exceeded my expectations, and I'm confident it will be a reliable companion on all my future RV adventures.

In conclusion, the Stabilizer Jack - 6-1/4" Drop Leg is a top-notch product that delivers on its promises. Its impressive weight capacity, easy installation, and durable construction make it a standout choice for any RV owner. I highly recommend this stabilizer jack for its exceptional performance and value.



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The jack was easy to install (drill some holes & attach with some bolts) and adds great stability to my popup. The only issue is finding an appropriate size rod to operate the jack.

Bill

10/14/2023

The stabilizer jacks do an excellent job of keeping my camper from bouncing around when in use, the camper feels more rigid, Im glad I bought them. One jack required some filing to ease the unlocking from the raised position also the paint scratches easily causing the bare metal to rust. All in all a great price and they work!

Etrailer Expert

Mike L.

11/5/2023

@Bill We're glad to hear your # TJ01RT stabilizing jacks are working well for you!


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The ordering process was simple and fast. We received our order ahead of the scheduled delivery date. The stabilizer jacks are high quality and exactly what we hoped for. Installation was easy. We are very pleased with the entire process.



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these jacks held up great on a utility cargo trailer used to travel back and forth from winter home - good quality product have no issues works as supposed to



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I installed the stabilize jack on my small trailer which is used for camping gear. Works just great and I am very pleased with my purchase.



by: 11/02/2022

I needed to support my 5x8 trailer after installing the Fulton Fold Away Hinge, this stabilizer was the answer. I installed it sideways because it was easier to access when needed. My trailer is very light but if my trailer were heavier I might have installed it in the proper orientation. It's very east to operate.



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This is a great jack that I put on the pull behind motorcycle trailer I built to keep it level while not attached to the bike. It is stable, does not rattle while in motion, and is overall better than the wheeled tongue jack that I used on my previous build!

John P.

10/27/2017

Excellent! Next motorcycle trailer build will have the exact same set up. Works extremely well and holds the trailer in place.



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Etrailer shipped our order quickly and we couldn't believe how fast we received it. It arrived exactly as ordered and in great condition. Their customer service was awesome. We highly recommend them!



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Product arrived as promised. I've used these in years past on my 25ft travel
trailer...(They were the same jack but with a much higher weight rating).
This is an old standby jack stand...it stands the test of time and I
wouldn't hesitate at buying it again if ever needed. Simple to use, quality
built, long lasting....Just an all-around great product.

Jeff C.

3/12/2018

Thanks for taking the time to follow up with me. No complaints and the stabilizer jack stand still works as it should.



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Order these stabilizers a year ago. Installed them immediately and they are perfect. Easy to install and they not only stabilize the trailer but allow me to load my golf cart without the trailer being hooked up. Exactly what I needed for my enclosed 14’ trailer.

David

5/3/2023

I have had my stabilizer on my enclosed 14’ trailer for a year now. It is still working perfect as the day I bought and installed it. I WOULD recommend this product to anyone!



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Works great for small trailer tongue st and



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Perfect fit with no modifications has been sitting on jacks for about 7 months and no issues I would say this is a good product

Keith

10/27/2023

I have actually only used my motorcycle trailer twice this year but the jacks worked as they should I have no complaints with em



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great just what i wanted , but have not put it on yet

Sylvia

3/6/2024

I installed it on our garden trailer and it works great .



by:

Great stabilizer stand ,easy to use.

Gearld

11/2/2023

Still working Great!


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