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Removable Xtreme Off-Road Swing-Up Trailer Jack - Dual Wheel - Sidewind - 10" Lift - 1,650 lbs

Removable Xtreme Off-Road Swing-Up Trailer Jack - Dual Wheel - Sidewind - 10" Lift - 1,650 lbs

Item # ARK47FR
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Dual wheels on this jack run through mud or over sharp rocks without getting stuck or damaged. Easy-grip handle lets you drop the entire jack tube down for quick adjustment with minimal cranking. Quick-release pin allows easy removal of jack. Black. Great Prices for the best trailer jack from Ark. Removable Xtreme Off-Road Swing-Up Trailer Jack - Dual Wheel - Sidewind - 10" Lift - 1,650 lbs part number ARK47FR can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Ark Trailer Jack - ARK47FR

  • Side Frame Mount Jack
  • 1001 - 2000 lbs
  • Sidewind Jack
  • No Drop Leg
  • Bolt-On
  • Swivel Jack - Pull Pin
  • 10 Inch Lift
  • With Wheel
  • Ark

Dual wheels on this jack run through mud or over sharp rocks without getting stuck or damaged. Easy-grip handle lets you drop the entire jack tube down for quick adjustment with minimal cranking. Quick-release pin allows easy removal of jack. Black.


Features:

  • Sturdy jack supports, lifts, and lowers your boat or recreational trailer
  • Thick-walled, square tubing is precision machined to limit play between inner and outer tubes
  • Dual steel wheels with off-road rubber tires provide increased traction and maneuverability
    • Wheels lock into place when stowed to provide clearance and prevent damage during travel
  • 4 Height settings allow for fast, easy positioning - no block or drop leg needed
    • Drop jack to desired height with easy-to-grip handle
    • Reduces cranking time and effort
  • Sidewind hand crank easily removes for storage
    • Attaches for use with sturdy internal magnet
  • Quick-release pin lets you quickly remove trailer jack or alter its position
    • Pivot up to stow along trailer tongue for travel and move back into upright position for use
    • Store jack in a truck or enclosed trailer to protect it from the weather and theft
    • Replace pin with a locking pin (sold separately) for additional security
  • Bolt-on installation - hardware included
  • Sturdy steel construction is durable and built to last
  • Corrosion- and rust-resistant black powder coat finish
  • Designed in Australia to stand up to the rigors of the Outback


Specs:

  • Application: trailer tongues 3" to 6" tall
  • Retracted bracket height: 12"
  • Extended bracket height: 29-5/8"
    • Maximum height when moving trailer: 23-1/2"
  • Usable lift (screw travel): 10"
    • Total travel (including pin adjustability): 17-11/16"
  • Static load capacity: 1,650 lbs
  • Dynamic load capacity: 1,100 lbs
  • Wheel dimensions: 8" diameter x 2" wide
  • 1-Year limited warranty


Designed in the Outback for all-terrain use, this rugged jack is equipped to handle just about anything, from moving your boat trailer to accompanying you on off-roading adventures. You'll appreciate the smooth operation and adjustability for everyday use just as much as you'll enjoy the special features designed for extreme use. From jobsites to campsites, the removable Ark Extreme trailer tongue jack will work for you.


Easily Move Your Trailer Over Any Terrain

Ark Jack All Terrain

Dual steel wheels with rubber tires provide increased surface area for smooth, steady travel. The rubber tires can cruise over rocks without breaking or getting flat spots, and the tread helps prevent sliding in wet conditions. The overall strength and durability of these wheels also keep them from stalling in sand or light mud.


Ark Jack Dual Wheels

Sealed bearings act as bushings to hold the wheels in line on the cross shaft. This is an improvement over traditional plastic jack wheels, which often have just a bolt going through them, providing very little stability and causing the wheels to wobble, lock up, and drag over time.


The heavy-duty, durable design of this jack lets you take your trailer off-road, over rough terrain, and through various climates. The sturdy steel, square body provides increased side-load capacity and superior strength, and limits play between the tubes. And the corrosion- and rust-resistant zinc finish offers a 600-hour salt spray rating to withstand wet or rainy conditions. The built-in grease zerk lets you lubricate the internal screw when necessary for continued smooth operation over time.


Safe, Easy, Out-of-the-Way Positioning for Travel

A sturdy magnet is built into the jack's easy-to-grip crank handle for secure attachment of the jack crank. The handle detaches easily to store away and prevent hang-ups while traveling, yet it's strong enough to stay put while you're cranking the jack up and down.


The yoke latch at the bottom of the jack offers 5 positions to hold the wheels in place. This allows you to tailor the configuration of the stowed jack to suit your needs. So if you have anything mounted on your trailer tongue that the wheels might hit if they're positioned upright, you can lock them in place facing down instead. If you're off-roading and traveling through rough terrain where you might have issues with ground clearance, just lock them upright. This locking feature also keeps the wheels from swinging around while you drive, which will help to ensure that the bearings don't wear out prematurely.


Fast, Easy Setup with Minimal Cranking

Once you've arrived at your destination, setting up is a breeze thanks to the quick-release jack tube on the Ark Extreme jack. Just tug the spring-loaded handle to quickly drop the jack tube to your desired height. This handle allows you to set the jack in 1 of 4 positions. Once you have it as close to the ground as it will go, just rotate the crank handle on the front of the jack to fine-tune the height.


Having the ability to drop the jack tube in this manner means that you won't need a drop leg or space fillers like blocks or bricks. And far less cranking is needed to get the jack into position, which will you save you both time and effort.


When you're ready to pack up and hit the road again, hitch the trailer back up to your vehicle, retract the jack's inner tube using the crank, and reposition the jack back alongside your trailer tongue.


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.



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Video Transcript for Ark Removable Xtreme Off-Road Swing-Up Trailer Jack Review

What's up everybodyIt's AJ with etrailer.com. Today we're gonna be checking out the Extreme RemovalOff-Road Jack from Ark. It's gonna be a heavy-duty jack that can take on a lot of terrain. Let's check it out. These trailer jacks are gonna be great for moving your trailer a little bit. So it's strong enough to hold up to...

Maybe you're on a gravel parking lot, or a pavement parking lot. You can't really get thoseplastic wheels to move it easily. It's got a dual wheel set up with treads. So if you do need to maneuver your trailer just a little bit, you can, by hand. It's gonna make it a loteasier to move it around in those tighter spots.

While not an everyday situation, it is also built for off-road, so it can handle various terrains because of the treads on the tires. So maybe you get yourtrailer stuck somewhere. You have to disconnect thevehicle, get the vehicle unstuck, and then pull the trailer to safety. This jack's gonna be able to handle it. You can also remove the jack completely, which is gonna be nice when you have it hooked up to the vehicle.

If it's just in theway, you can remove it, set it in the trailer, thenyou have nothing hanging down, or added onto the side of the trailer. Now you can also flip it upand put it up to the side. You get it out of the way, just the same. It's got a magnetic handle. That way you can attach it ordetach it when you need to.

(handle clicks)It slides right on. And it's really easy toturn the crank to lower or raise the trailer up. The grip gives you plenty to grab onto with some grip on there as well. So it's not just one of thoseplastic handles that rotates. You actually have something toget those good turns on there so you can raise or lowerit as quickly as possible. Now there are other options. You have the drop foot too, so you can set it pulling this pin here, and quickly move the jack so there's gonna be less cranking overall. The jack is gonna be made outof a sturdy steel construction with a black powder coat finish. Now it also has a static weight capacity, which means not moving, of 1,650 pounds. It's gonna have a dynamicweight capacity of 1,100 pounds. So just keep that in mind when you're loading up the trailer. Now the jack's gonnagive you a maximum lift of 17 11/16 inches. So that's how much you have towork with, with your trailer. There is gonna be a maximum height to where you can move this trailer. So you see the line is gonna be marked on the inside of the jack. That way you can always check to make sure it's okay to move. When installing your jack, it might help to go aheadand remove it from the plate. It's gonna be less in your way when you go to tighten everything down. So make sure you put the plate up against the tongue of the trailer so your instruction's on the proper ways to mount it to the trailer. We're gonna go sideways with it here because it lines up better, we want the bolts to be close to the top of the tongue of the trailer. You see how we lined up that back bracket. I got these hand tightened and I'm gonna show you howto do the backside here, and we want to drop this down, (lever clanging) and put it around the toolbox. You want the second hole from the top to line up with the side there. (bracket clanging) Put that in position. And the nice thing about the channels is it's gonna hold that bolt head, so you don't have to hold that when you go to tighten it down, that'll help hold it in place when you go to tighten this down evenly. So with that top one in place, you're going to thread on the nut by hand. (nut scuffing) Just to help us hold it. And then we're gonna lineup that bottom bolt as well. So we're gonna go for the second one, or the most bottom one, it lines up with our bracket on the back. That's okay. Go around here,(bolt clanging) put our bolt through, lines up. You see it comes down a little bit, but when we tighten it up, it'll be nice and tightup against that tongue. That way we can trust the jack when we go to use it. Run those down. I'll come back with the 3/4 inch socket, and tighten it down evenly. So when I hold the plate up against there, make sure it's right where I want it, and then run 'em down. (screwdriver whirring) Now make sure you check, and the plates are all flatagainst the side of the tongue. You can see it's making contact at all these points soI know that it's sturdy. Now we're gonna attach the jack. (jack thumps)It just slides into place, add our pin. (pin clanging) I'm gonna attach the handle. It's magnetic so it'sreally easy to put on there and take off. And we'll lower it so we can lift the traileroff the jack stands. And you wanna watch that plate to make sure it doesn'tshift or move on you, but it's on there nice and tight, so it's not going anywhere. Overall, I do like this jack. I like that it has the dual wheel set up with the treads on there not just a plastic wheelthat's gonna drag sometimes in the parking lot. And the fact that I don'thave to hook up to the truck just to move the trailer a little bit. This can handle that, and off-road situations too. Well, I think that does it. Thanks for hanging out.I hope this helped. .


Customer Reviews

Removable Xtreme Off-Road Swing-Up Trailer Jack - Dual Wheel - Sidewind - 10" Lift - 1,650 lbs - ARK47FR

Average Customer Rating:  4.6 out of 5 stars   (216 Customer Reviews)

Dual wheels on this jack run through mud or over sharp rocks without getting stuck or damaged. Easy-grip handle lets you drop the entire jack tube down for quick adjustment with minimal cranking. Quick-release pin allows easy removal of jack. Black.

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I installed my Ark750 on my small off-road camper trailer about a year ago. I was needing a trailer jack that did more than just help me more my trailer around my garage and on easy flat terrain. Found myself is a situation where heavy truck sunk in some soft/wet soil. Disconnected my trailer, got my truck out and was able to winch out my trailer with my truck with the trailer jack down. There is no way my stock trailer jack could have handled this job!




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Do not use the Ark 500 trailer jack on boat trailers that are exposed to salt water!
The product info says that jack has been tested for 600 hours of salt spray, well it didn't work out that way for me.
I purchased this jack ~ 18 months ago, so it is out of the 1 year warranty period, to my dismay. This is a very expensive trailer jack, and I was hoping it would last longer.
I thoroughly rinse my boat and trailer in fresh water after each outing. I kept grease topped up in the fitting. Now the jack is getting very hard to crank, gears are binding, and rust is running down the the jack extension leg.
I am going to have to replace the Ark 500 jack with another product, as the day is coming where this jack will not crank any more.
I am very disappointed at the short life of this product, and the short warranty period.


Comments
I reached out to the manufacturer who advises that it is important to dry the metal on the jack after rinsing it with fresh water. You can use a silicone spray on the jack as the spray does not dry sticky. Salt water with any jack is difficult to combat.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 06/23/2022


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I needed a rugged off road jack. Our factory jack didn't last one season on our 2021 Intech Flyer Chase. After fabbing up a new, heavier duty jack plate, the XO750 black edition complimented our overlanding trailer nicely!




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This trailer jack is truly "extreme". I was looking for an over-built one that I could count on to take some abuse. This one is perfect. The pins have extra strong springs. The back plate is extra thick. Even though I didn't need to use them, the bolts and brackets it came with are extra beefy. The wheels are extra strong. Basically everything about this jack is completely [awesome]!

My favorite feature is the removable magnetic crank handle. It clicks into place with authority and stows in my tongue box. Also, it looks great too. I'd buy this again in a heartbeat...only thing I'd do different is get it sooner. I put up with the wimpy OEM trailer jack far too long.


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This trailer jack has earned its keep this year. Its been worth every penny. I find my self moving my lil camper around wout hooking it up because of this jack. It rolls much better on my driveway and on gravel, especially when you have to change directions. My advice: GET THIS ONE, but choose the longer one. Ive needed a little more height for leveling a couple of times.
GunNut37086 - 03/15/2022


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This is, by far, the best quality jack I have ever seen! This one should last a lifetime! Thank you!


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So far, so good! It allows for me to easily roll the trailer around. The only issue I have is the crank to raiselower ratio. It takes a lot turns to move it a small amount. Overall,superior product!
Perry - 10/03/2022


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Huge, huge improvement over the previous economy trailer jack that came with my teardrop trailer. This item is extremely well built. It is also very tuneable as far as its mounting options, so even with a relatively small mounting area available, I was able to find a way to have it fold up cleanly and tightly when in transit. I consider maybe replacing the supplied C-channel brackets and bolts with U-bolts, but the supplied HW is robust and doesn't look too bad after trimming the C-channels to the correct length. I highly recommend the quality of this item, and etrailer has proven to be a tremendous resource as well.




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I purchased a “Stealth Hitch” and “Extreme Off Road Trailer Jack.” Both are awesome! The hitch is exactly what I was looking for because it doesn’t hinder the appearance of the rear bumper when not in use. The Jack is also perfect because it rolls easy and doesn’t mark up my paver driveway. Oh and looks awesome!!! GREAT JOB etrailer!!!




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This off road Ark trailer jack is great! Very well built and looks great too. Just as important more to me as buying a product is customer service and etrailer is top notch. I had a small issue when mine arrived and Carol C was all over it as if I was her top priority fixing it promptly. I was starting to think that in the world we live in that there is no customer service left. Thank you Carol C. for giving me hope! I will continue buying all of my trailer needs from you! Quality, fast shipping and good coroner service. Can’t ask for more




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I've had this jack on my trailer for over a year. It's very durable and well made, and very convenient. I love the multiple ways to raise/lower and swing the jack up and down. The removable magnetic crank handle is awesome. The heave duty construction and dual wheels are very solid, never bend, and reduces sinking into dirt/grass. No regrets purchasing this - awesome product.




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Heavy Duty! Unfortunately the mounting bolts provided will not fit a fairly standard 3” square bar. Advertisement and previously reviewed responses imply that it would fit. Hardware included only accepts “50mm” wide mounting as stated in the provided instructions.


Comments
Trailer Jack continues to work flawlessly after one year.
Blake - 07/18/2022


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Super strong and smooth as butter! I needed to get longer bolts but otherwise the installation was very easy.




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I admit this thing is overkill for my 16" enclosed trailer, but I am glad I bought it. It is stout and very well made. I moved to a mountainous area with lots of slopes and narrow roads. This allowed me do detach my trailer and move it to where I wanted it parked as I could not get the truck in there with the trailer attached. The jack moved the trailer when loaded almost as seamlessly as it did when it was unloaded. It is a good investment if you need to move a trailer into tight or specific spaces while unhitched.




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The Jack was received in a box well packed. However, the alignment pin used to fix the wheel, when lifted to the highest point, was loosely laying in the box. This pin looks like it was pressed and welded but was obviously broken. Since I needed to get underway asap, I used a screw and locknut to replace the pin and this has worked. Also, after just a couple of months, the rotational effort has grown. Meaning, it is hard to turn the wheel.
Besides these annoyances, the functionality seems to work ok.
Not sure if I would buy this product again or not.




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It’s a very nice Jack. The only thing that could be improved is the bearings coming already mounted in the wheels. I had no issue installing them but the average person may have an issue. Works great


Comments
Great works for what I need it for
Bob - 10/13/2022


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Love the features of this jack, but there a few issues with it. The biggest problem is that the nut on bottom that holds the wheel assembly onto the jack comes loose all the time. If you try to tighten more, it will not rotate. I had to add a bearing/washer assembly from McMaster and a ton of grease to make it more useable. This really needs a king nut and somewhere to store the handle.




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I had heard the reviews of the 'off-road' trailer guys singing its praises, so for this much money it better live up to the hype. Well, it does. Not only is it heavy duty, but the options that allow it to store, extend etc.... make it a great purchase. I installed mine on a oversize teardrop trailer that will not be going off-road much, but I got sick of those other trailer jacks not wanting to turn the wheel and just dragging it sideways when the camp area is not perfectly level/firm. Won't happen with this one due to the design of the wheel mount. One downside is that is heavier than any jack I have had before, but that is the price of a well built unit, so I can live with that.

One interesting feature is that the raise/lower handle is magnetized on, so it doesn't catch on anything during transport. Sure enough, the first time using it, I left it for a 2 hour highway drive home and it was still there. whew.

All things considered, I am very happy with this purchase, even with the premium price.




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Love these jacks! I build a machine called a Cornroaster, which cooks ears of corn and there is a lot of tongue weight on the jack, it rolls and turns so easy with this jack, I couldn't be more pleased!!




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I have a fifth wheel that also pulls the boat. This ratcheting Jack allows me to get the boat right up to the fifth wheel hitch with little effort. This jack has good traction on pavement but struggles a bit in grass. Still so worth it!




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This jack is STRONG! I like how you can stow it away in a position where the lowest part is the free spinning wheel. I regularly take my trailer off-road and thoroughly destroyed the jack that came with the trailer after hitting it a few times. This one takes the beatings and keeps on rolling.




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I haul double trailers and thought this would help when hooking up the second one by myself when I was just a tiny bit off well... The handle attaches using a magnet if you forget it the magnet is not strong enough to prevent it from wiggling loose I do not actually know this but it sure looks like a problem. Because the handle is not attached to the crank, nothing prevents vibration from allowing the wheel to creep down and allow the wheel to hit the road and destroy the unit. This I do know for a fact happens so if you want a good handle because you lost yours You can have mine as it is the only part I have that still works as mine was destroyed in the above scenario. In addition you are supposed to be able to use the other handle to rotate and ratchet the wheel so you can then ratchet the wheels in the direction you desire, good idea but bad engineering. When you attempt to turn the wheels (change direction, not roll the wheel) the flimsy piece of metal used down very close by the wheel just bends like rubber because it is too thin for the job (see 3:26 in the second video for the flimsy part I am talking about). If this was attempted on anything except a paved or solid surface it would not rotate or move at all and you can see where in the second video it is a boat on a concrete floor and minimal movement displayed


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I contacted the manufacturer and they said that the vibrations on the road should not cause the trailer jack to move from the stow position to deploy because the spring tension is too high to allow this. A possibility is that it was not locked into the stow position properly causing it to fall into deploy. It is recommended to give it a tug to ensure that it is properly locked.
-- Etrailer Expert Sierra K - 06/07/2022


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I just installed the trailer jack with wheel- very well made/ heavy duty. the bracket did not fit easily on my Aluma trailer- i needed to drill some holes to make it work- the directions are pretty basic- so I needed to do some 'messing' around to make it work- but it is now installed and I LOVE IT- I think it will work out great.




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Just put this wheel jack on. Seems like it will be amazing to use. The wheel is about twice the diameter of my old cheap one. Quality product.




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This trailer jack is the beast of all trailer jacks. It's definitely heavy duty and will serve your trailer jack needs flawlessly. Highly Recommend!
Shipping was fast and FREE!


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I had to replace one wheel because it was deformed. But other than that it still works like a beast. They sent me a replacement wheel right away. I placed some spacers in between the two wheels because I didn't want the wheels to walk excessively. The only concern I have, which doesn't effect its function, is that when extended the leg starts to tilt to the side. Concerning, but not a deal breaker.
Rob - 05/27/2022



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Shipping times were excellent. Box was almost destroyed but the unit is 10X heavier than I thought, so that is probably the culprit. Need sturdier boxes to ship items that heavy.

Installation instructions are weak. I took my old broken jack off and put this one in same spot, on port side of trailer. Turns out this thing has a F and R (which are backwards in my opinion, but that's immaterial) and it needs to go on right side to make that jack handle work. At least I think that's right. The instructions didn't say.

It is unbelievably sturdy. I wore myself out putting it on, but I tried the ratchet function a few inches and it seems to be what I need. Getting too old to pull/push this boat into the slot in garage. This should help a lot.

I do think it's a bit big for my boat. I am not sure I can get it down low enough. However, the nice part is that it has about 4-5 manual settings for up/down, so I think I can find the right spot.

I'll need to use it to hook up and unhook a few times to have a true feeling for it. But I think it's the answer.


Comments
The forward and reverse are the directional way to point the nose of the trailer. It talks about this at the 4 minute mark on the attached video:
-- Etrailer Expert Sierra K - 05/02/2022


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Love the adjustable height


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This jack is definitely strong and sturdy. I use it on a boat trailer and so far so signs of rust or corrosion. Definitely recommend over any stock jack.
Larry - 11/18/2022

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