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etrailer Scissor Stabilizer Jacks w/ SnapPad SnapJack Feet - 18-3/4" Lift - 5,000 lbs - Qty 2
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etrailer Scissor Stabilizer Jacks w/ SnapPad SnapJack Feet - 18-3/4" Lift - 5,000 lbs - Qty 2

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These leveling scissor jacks with a 5,000-lb combined capacity will keep your RV level and stable. They adjust from 5" to 23-3/4" as your application requires. Includes SnapJack feet for improved stability and grip on uneven terrain. 1-800-940-8924 to order etrailer camper jacks part number e52NR or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all etrailer products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for etrailer Scissor Stabilizer Jacks w/ SnapPad SnapJack Feet - 18-3/4" Lift - 5,000 lbs - Qty 2. Camper Jacks reviews from real customers.
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etrailer Camper Jacks - e52NR

  • Stabilizer Jacks
  • Fifth Wheel Camper
  • Pop Up Camper
  • RV Motorhome
  • Teardrop Camper
  • Travel Trailer
  • Scissor Jack
  • 4001 - 5000 lbs
  • 18-3/4 Inch Lift
  • 2 Jacks
  • Bolt-On
  • etrailer

These leveling scissor jacks with a 5,000-lb combined capacity will keep your RV level and stable. They adjust from 5" to 23-3/4" as your application requires. Includes SnapJack feet for improved stability and grip on uneven terrain.


Features:

  • Scissor jacks help level and stabilize your 5th-wheel, travel, horse, or cargo trailer
  • Large metal feet come with pre-installed SnapPads
    • Thicker and stronger than standard bow-tie feet
    • Improved stability and grip on uneven terrain
    • Added height on the SnapJack feet prevents the stabilizers from being over-extended
  • 8-Hole top plates allow for greater adjustability during installation
  • Includes manual crank handle and hardware to install SnapJack feet to stabilizers
  • Added height on the SnapJack feet prevents the stabilizers from being over-extended


Specs:

  • Height:
    • Collapsed: 5"
    • Extended: 23-3/4"
  • Lift: 18-3/4"
  • Length: 24-7/8" when fully collapsed
    • 26" Long including nut
  • Mounting base: 10" long x 3-1/4" wide
    • Mounting holes: 5/8" long x 3/8" wide
    • Round holes: 5/16" diameter
  • Support capacity: 5,000 lbs
    • 2,500 lbs per jack
  • Quantity: 2 jacks
  • SnapJack Quantity: 2
    • Dimensions: 8-1/8" wide x 2-3/4" tall
    • Weight: 3.8 lbs each


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



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Video Transcript for Review of etrailer Camper Jacks - Scissor Stabilizer Jacks SnapPad SnapJack Feet - e52NR

Hi everybody. Andy here with etrailer.com. Let's take a look at these etrailer Scissor Stabilizer Jacks with SnapPad SnapJack Feet. Now these leveling scissor jacks with a 5,000 pound combined capacity will keep your fifth wheel travel horse or cargo trailer level and stable. They're going to adjust from five inches collapsed and this one that I have here on the front is almost collapsed, so when it's fully collapsed it's gonna be about five inches, all the way up to 23 and three quarters inches when fully extended. Obviously I don't have this one fully extended, but I just wanted to extend it a little bit just to give you an idea of what it's going to look like extended.

A bearing set on the crank side is going to extend the life of your stabilizer jack. And as you can see, this does include a manual crank handle and this operates very smoothly. And so once you have these installed, I think it's gonna work very well, very smoothly for you. And let me give you a view of our crank handle here. So this will be included.

So I wanted to point out that you're gonna receive your jacks with the standard bow tie feet on the bottom. And when you are ready to use these and you want to use the SnapPads, the SnapPad, SnapJack feet, you will install those. So on this jack, I do have a pad installed just to give you an idea of what it's gonna look like when it's installed. The pads themselves come with a selection of hardware to use to install the pad to the bottom of your stabilizer jack, and you're just gonna use the hardware that's going to best fit your particular application. So this is what it's going to look like when you receive them with the standard bow tie feet.

And then you're just going to install the pads when you're ready to use them. And it's going to be a relatively easy swap, just swapping the bow tie feet out for the SnapPad, SnapJack feet. Now the, there's large metal feet that you probably can't see that come pre-installed in the SnapPads. And of course these SnapPads are thicker, stronger than your standard bow tie feet, giving you improved stability and grip on uneven terrain. And the added height on the SnapJack feet are going to prevent the stabilizers from being overextended.

So these anti-slip pads are of heavy duty rubber. They're actually from recycled tires and they're gonna be able to withstand heavy duty use for years to come. Preventing slippage when stabilizing your camper and really giving you significantly more grip when compared to using something like wooden blocks. Now let me go ahead and just flip this over, give you some measurements of the pad itself. So lining up my ruler there, looking at the overall diameter, we're sitting right at about eight and one eight inches. And then the overall height of the pad, that's gonna be hard to show you with the ruler here on camera, but I did measure this earlier, measuring from the base of the pad all the way to the top here. The top bracket where you install this to the base of your stabilizer, we're sitting at about two and three quarters inches tall. The metal foot inside of the pad is a quarter inch steel and it has a tuxedo black powder coat finish on it to prevent corrosion and rust. And that foot is actually about five and a half inches in diameter, the foot that actually sits inside of that pad. Now the top plates on these jacks, let me tip that over so you can see, these are going to allow for greater adjustability during installation. And again, just taking a look at some measurements here. The overall length of the base here is about 10 inches long. And the width, we're sitting at about three and a quarter inches wide. And these mounting holes, the longer ones, these are about five eighths of an inch long and three eighths of an inch wide. And our round holes here are five sixteens of an inch in diameter. So laying this back down on the pad, the overall length of each jack from when it's fully collapsed, and again this is almost fully collapsed. So the overall length from end to end, we're sitting right at about 24 and seven eight inches long, again, when fully collapsed. If you want to measure from our nut all the way to the end, it's about 26 inches long. Now I mentioned that these do have a combined lift capacity of 5,000 pounds, so that's going to be 2,500 pounds per jack. And each jack has a black powder coat finish, again, it's gonna help resist corrosion. Instructions are included to guide you through the installation process, especially walking you through installing the SnapPad feet on the jacks. And one final note I wanted to make is this jack set is designed to stabilize a portion of your trailer's weight not to support the full GVWR of your trailer. So do not use these jacks to lift your trailer or RV. Doing so will exceed the capacity of the jacks. And just going back to the hardware real quick here, you see that I do have two of the larger bolts missing. I am using those bolts on the installation of this pad on this jack. So you're gonna get the hardware that you need that's gonna best fit your application in regards to installing those pads. And that's gonna wrap up our look today. I do hope that it was helpful for you. Again, my name is Andy. Thank you for joining me.


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etrailer Scissor Stabilizer Jacks w/ SnapPad SnapJack Feet - 18-3/4" Lift - 5,000 lbs - Qty 2 - e52NR

Average Customer Rating:  5.0 out of 5 stars   (1 Customer Reviews)

These leveling scissor jacks with a 5,000-lb combined capacity will keep your RV level and stable. They adjust from 5" to 23-3/4" as your application requires. Includes SnapJack feet for improved stability and grip on uneven terrain.

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