Bulldog Heavy-Duty, Rack-and-Gear Jack with Steel Wheel - A-Frame - 19" Lift - 1,200 lbs

Bulldog Heavy-Duty, Rack-and-Gear Jack with Steel Wheel - A-Frame - 19" Lift - 1,200 lbs

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  • A-Frame Jack
  • 1200 lbs
  • Sidewind Jack
  • No Drop Leg
  • Rack and Gear Jack
  • Bolt-On
  • Weld-On
  • Bulldog
  • 19 Inch Lift
  • With Wheel
Durable, reliable, rack-and-gear jack includes a steel caster base and all-welded, steel gearbox. Perfect for applications involving heavier trailers and increased tongue weights. Jack has 26-1/2" extended height. Lowest Prices for the best trailer jack from Bulldog. Bulldog Heavy-Duty, Rack-and-Gear Jack with Steel Wheel - A-Frame - 19" Lift - 1,200 lbs part number BD165412 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.


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Bulldog Trailer Jack - BD165412

Durable, reliable, rack-and-gear jack includes a steel caster base and all-welded, steel gearbox. Perfect for applications involving heavier trailers and increased tongue weights. Jack has 26-1/2" extended height.


Features:

  • Durable, heavy-duty jack is efficient and easy to use
    • Perfect for heavy trailers and tongue weights
  • Maximum side-load strength due to heavy-gauge post
  • Smooth cranking produces 1" of travel for every 4 turns
  • Welded steel gearbox with red-oxide-primer-painted finish
  • Steel-alloy helical gear offers increased lift capacity
  • Rack post is yellow zinc plated for corrosion resistance
  • Weld-on/bolt-on bracket mounts to any standard A-frame coupler
  • Painted steel wheel included
    • Gusseted caster bracket provides additional stability


Specs:

  • Bracket height:
    • 7-1/2" Retracted
    • 26-1/2" Extended
  • Lift: 19"
  • Clearance: 23-5/16" from mounting bracket to top of jack
  • Rack-and-post assembly: 24" long
  • Lift capacity: 1,200 lbs
  • Inner tubing diameter: 2"
  • Outer tubing diameter: 2-1/4"
  • Limited 5-year warranty


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Video Transcript for Bulldog Trailer Jack - A-Frame Jack - BD165412 Review

Today were going to review part number BD165412. This is the Bulldog Heavy-Duty A-Frame Rack-and-Gear Jack with the Steel Wheel. This is a 1200-lb capacity jack. This Bulldog Trailer Jack is a durable reliable Rack-and-Gear Jack that will include the steel caster base and all-welded steel gearbox. This jack is perfect for applications involving heavier trailers and increased tongue weights. This jack is efficient and easy to use.

It has maximum side-load strength thanks to the heavy-gauge post thats used. The smooth cranking produces 1-inch of travel for every four turns of the handle. The welded steel gearbox has a red oxide primer painted finish. And inside they use a steel alloy helical gear which offer increased lift capacity. The rack post itself is yellow zinc plated for corrosion resistance.

And the mounting bracket which is this triangular part right here can be welded on or it has three holes which can be used to be bolted on to your trailer. These holes will measure 3 inches from center to center which is the industry standard for the bolts on an A-frame trailer. The painted steel wheel is included and it has a gusseted caster bracket right here which will provide additional stability. I do want to give you a few measurements on this. This jack I have in the fully retracted position meaning its all the way up.

The gearbox is to the bottom. So if we measure the retracted height which is from here to here, it will give you a measurement of 7-1/2 inches. And then Im going to give you a measurement of the extended height where the gearbox will be all the way up the top. And to save time I have one here, the same jack, I pulled it and have it at the extended position. So again, if we measure from the bottom of the wheel to the mounting bracket that will give us the extended height, so and this would be 26-1/2 inches.

So to get the lift on this jack, if you would take the maximum extended measurement which is 26-1/2, subtract the retracted measurement which was 7-1/2 that will give you an overall lift of 19-inches for this jack. And another measurement I want to give you is the clearance height measurement which when the jack is in the fully retracted position like this one it would be the measurement from the mounting plate to the top of the rack post, so that would be 23.3 inches of clearance height. The actual rack post itself from here to here will measure 24 inches. And again, the lift capacity on this jack is 1200 lbs. It does come with a limited 5-year warranty. And that should do it for our review on part number BD165412.


Customer Reviews

Bulldog Heavy-Duty, Rack-and-Gear Jack with Steel Wheel - A-Frame - 19" Lift - 1,200 lbs - BD165412

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (26 Customer Reviews)

Durable, reliable, rack-and-gear jack includes a steel caster base and all-welded, steel gearbox. Perfect for applications involving heavier trailers and increased tongue weights. Jack has 26-1/2" extended height.

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This jack is exactly as is it described. No surprises here. Good quality and good customer service! 316773



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Super fast shipping and product is perfectly as described. Thanks! 557282



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jack looks good and the shipping was very fast would buy from etrailer again 466430



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Great product best service I have had with online transaction service 414539



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I am VERY impressed with your customer service! Product came in sooner that I had expected & was in good condition! Thank you so much! 113989



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Like this style over the telescoping kind i had. I think it my be more durable, and i can grease it. But i wanted it to pivot, so I cut my old broken one out of the pivot and welded this one in. Cranks easy and of course the wheel doesn't tend to pivot as i crank which was a pain with the last one. 580557



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Like this style over the telescoping kind i had. I think it my be more durable, and i can grease it. But i wanted it to pivot, so I cut my old broken one out of the pivot and welded this one in. Cranks easy and of course the wheel doesn't tend to turn as i crank which was a pain with the last one. 580558



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I bought this jack to solve several problems I had with a dune buggy trailer. I pull the buggy trailer tandem behind my 32 foot fifth wheel. I occasionally drag the rear of the fifth wheel/front of the buggy trailer. The fifth wheel doesn’t mind it but the jack on the buggy trailer catches the bad end of the deal. The regular A-frame jacks do not retract high enough to keep from being damaged, and when I used spacers to raise the jack up to protect it, it would not extend far enough down to lift the trailer off of the ball. Also, driving a buggy on and off the trailer would cause the jack to slip off of any spacer blocks. So, this is how the Bulldog rack and gear jack solved my problem. First, it retracts about 1 ½ inches higher than the regular A-frame jacks. It has 4 more inches of travel compared to regular jacks, (19 verses 15 inches.) If it did drag, it has a steel wheel that would greatly reduce any damage. Also, the axle of the wheel is a great place to attach a “sand plate” that keeps the jack from sinking into soft sand. The only negative I have with the Bulldog is that the bolt holding the wheel in place stripped out when I tightened it. The metal is thin where it is threaded into. A warning would have been nice. 125995



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When my jack broke from another person using my trailer and dropping it on the ground while driving, I figured I would never find a replacement - but low and behold etrailer had a perfect match for my broken jack! The Bulldog Heavy-Duty, Rack-and-Gear Jack has worked flawlessly for the year I have had it on my 4-horse trailer. So glad I found this Jack, local retailers were not very helpful in locating a replacement Jack, glad I got online to find this product. Would highly recommend this Jack, it was shipped very quickly. 257888



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I bought this jack because of the ability to "suck" the foot all the way up inside the a-frame of the trailer tongue. My last jack bottomed out in a dip when pulling it behind the RV on our last trip. This ruined the guts of my a-frame hitch. I had to swap the guts from another. This jack allowed me to gain many inches more clearance. I don't really need the wheel, since it's all sand here in Florida, but I'll probably order a wheel ring to set it on in the yard. With the last jack I used a cinder block, but that was because the old jack didn't lift high enough. This one has enough lift with the wheel attached and the ring will be easier to take along than the cinder block. :-) The jack works well, but it did take me a bit to figure out where the grease ends up when you put it in the zerk. I must have pumped 20 or more times before I figured out that it does end up on the gear rack eventually. Maybe I did it wrong and overfilled it. Not really sure if the grease was just to grease the crank or if it's supposed to end up on the rack. Either way, it works for me, and will solve my issue. A quick shot of satin black to cover up the red primer and it looks right at home. Larry W. 422989


Comments

Still working as advertised.

Larry W - 08/22/2018

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trailer stand works well and is quite sturdy. trailer manufactures dolly had no wheel and was quite flimsy. It is a heavy trailer and needed something tough. Thank you 634555



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Easy install, I welded on though it did line ip perfectly with stock holes on the trailer. It’s now very easy to move around my 16’ dual axle while not on the hitch. 615289



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Great service. Very quick response. 609379



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Replaced a worn out jack with this one...like it cause it has a little more jacking height so it's easier to hook on to taller trucks...no need for staging underneath jack anymore! 548982



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Sucked....hard to crank, replaced in 6m onths 266350



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Still working great. Thanks 250517



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I mounted this on my converted military jeep trailer, which is mounted with a pop-up tent. The jack operates easily, keeping the trailer level when down (with a block under the wheel), and it raises well out of the way when towing. 230706



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Product is exactly what I ordered. Delivery was slower than expected, however the staff contacted me and explained the delay which I appreciated. 183504



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The jack has been installed (no problem!) and works perfectly...vast improvement over what I had previously used on my utility trailer. Shipping was very prompt. I have always had good 'luck' with etrailer parts and supplies. 157434



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The lights are for my toy hauler and the jack is for my boat trailer. The package arrived in a timely manner. Thanks etrailer 132007



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Recieved our order in record time! If I need in any other trailer related products etrailer.com will be my first stop. Thanks. 65525



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Exactly what I wanted in a few short days! Many thanks! I got what I paid for and I'm very pleased. Businesses like yours are good examples for how to do it right! 37857



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Nice 33321



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The item was easy to find in their website. I had a question about the item and the person I talked to contacted the manufacturer and was able to answer my question right away. Was delivered on time as they said it would. I would gladly order from them again! 32220



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I purchased this to replace a 10-year-old Bulldog 1600 which came with my trailer. Installation was easy, just remove the old and put the new in the same place. If I grease this one on a regular basis, it should last the life of the trailer. 9840



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Buldog Trailer Jack I purchased the jack to replace the flipup jack attached to the frame of a boat trailer (with boat) I recently purchased. The trailer had a Bulldog or similar A-frame jack originally, but only the outer shell of the gearcase remained and it was welded to the A-frame. I ground off the welds and removed the original shell. I then attached the new jack with hex bolts/nuts after drilling three holes in the trailer top A-frame plate; the best part of the procedure were that the plate welded to the new jack already had slots for the bolts and the shaft w/rack gear attached fit perfectly though the old keyhole-shaped slot of the A-frame (saved a lot of time and effort). The end result has a lot cleaner appearance and does not require rotating the flipup jack each time I use it. 5192


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  • Comparing Bulldog Rack-and-Gear Jack Replacement Gear Box/Crank Assemblies BD019141 and BD018155
  • Both of the Bulldog replacement gear box/crank assemblies you referenced, parts # BD019141 and # BD018155, fit their 165-series rack-and-gear jacks. The difference between them is the weight rating of the jacks they fit. Part # BD018155 fits 750-lb-rated jacks # BD165111, # BD165211 and # BD165311. Part # BD019141 fits 1200-lb-rated jacks # BD165411 and # BD165412. Both allow either bolt-on or weld-on installation on any standard a-frame trailer.
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  • Does Bulldog A-Frame Gearbox and Crank Assembly Fit Different Size Jack Legs?
  • The Bulldog A-Frame Gearbox and Crank Assembly # BD019141 is designed to work with Bulldog Heavy-Duty, Rack-and-Gear Jack # BD165411 and # BD165412. Each of these have an inner tube diameter of 2" and outer tube diameter of 2-1/4" so there is no difference in that regard, and the jacks each have a 1,200 lb capacity.
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  • Recommended A-Frame Trailer Jack for Off-Road Use
  • I suggest the Bulldog Heavy-Duty A-Frame Jack # BD165412 for you. It has a steel wheel and gusseted caster bracket so if it does make contact with something it'll hold up better than the typical plastic wheel. There's also only 7-1/2 inches from the bottom of the wheel to the bracket when the jack is retracted. So there's less chance the wheel will bottom out on anything. I've linked a video on the jack. I've linked our selection of trailer toolboxes for you as well.
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  • A-Frame Trailer Jack with Most Ground Clearance when Retracted
  • One option is to use a rack and gear jack for A-frame trailers, # BD165412. But in order to get a retracted height under 6 inches the wheel would have to come off. This is because the retracted height is 7-1/2 inches. There are other A-frame jacks to which you could add a wheel but in doing so it would extend the jack beyond the 6 inches you are looking for. The alternative is to use a swivel jack that mounts to the side of the frame such as # MT70149.
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  • Availability of Trailer Jack With Wheel and Has the Highest Lift
  • The trailer tongue jack that will have the most lift would be the Bulldog Rack-and-Gear Jack with Steel Wheel, part # BD165412. The jack is designed to fit A-Frame trailers and has a maximum lift of 19 inches. This jack has a lift capacity of 1,200 lbs. This jack was designed for use on trailers being towed by large 4x4 trucks. The next highest lift would be 16 inches. I am including a link to a product page that will show the choices of jacks I would have in the 16 inch lift. The...
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  • Can Bulldog Heavy-Duty Rack-and-Gear Jack with Steel Wheel # BD165412 be Used Upside Down
  • The jack you referenced, Bulldog Heavy-Duty Rack-and-Gear Jack # BD165412, does have a removable steel wheel. My contact at Bulldog did confirm that the jack could be mounted in an inverted position (upside down) without the wheel and retain the same 1200-lb lift capacity, however without the wheel in place the jack tube itself would not provide much surface area or stability on the ground. No foot plate is offered for this jack. I have included a link to our main page for A-frame jacks...
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  • Does Bulldog Heavy-Duty, Rack-and-Gear Jack, # BD165412 Come with Mounting Plates and Hardware
  • The Bulldog Heavy-Duty, Rack-and-Gear Jack, # BD165412, comes with everything that you see in the pictures on the product page. The hardware required for installation is not included. We do also offer numerous mounting support plates. I have included a link to the main page for them below. The jack has a standard 3-1/4 on center mounting pattern. Each hole will accept a bolt with a diameter no larger than 3/8 of an inch.
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  • Electric or Manual Jack A-Frame Trailer Jack for a 2011 Viking 2105 Pop-up
  • If you want to have a wheel on an A-frame jack then it will have to be a rack and gear jack such as # BD165412. Electric jacks do not have wheel options because the wheels are rated much lower than the electric jacks so you would have to go by the lower rating if you can even find a wheel that will fit. For an electric jack the etrailer jack # EJ-3520-BBX is a great option. It is rated for 3,500 pounds, has the standard A-frame mounting pattern, and a foot/drop leg that can be removed....
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  • What Weight Capacity of Tongue Jack is Needed for a 4,600 Pound Dry Weight Trailer
  • The rule of thumb for estimating a tongue weight is 10-15 percent of trailer weight. A 4,600 pound trailer would have a tongue weight between 460 and 690 pounds. Somewhere between a 1,000 to 2,000 pound capacity jack would be fine. Having a jack that is rated for more than the tongue weight is not a problem. The jack you were looking at Pro Series A-Frame Topwind Jack, part # PSEA20000103, would work fine. You could also use Dutton-Lainson jack, part # DL22530 or Bulldog Heavy Duty...
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  • How Does Bulldog Rack and Gear A-Frame Trailer Jack Mount to a Trailer
  • The Bulldog rack and gear A-frame jack, # BD165412, mounts to the frame of the trailer behind the coupler. It uses what is essentially a standard bolt pattern. The holes are 3 inches apart on center, see helpful link for pictures. Hardware is not included and I recommend using grade 5 or higher nuts and bolts. You also may need a support plate, # BD003135, which can be welded or bolted to the underside of the trailer frame for added support.
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  • Replacement A-Frame Caster Wheel Tongue Jack
  • We offer all kinds of trailer jacks including the caster wheel a-frame type. Based on my research this is the type supplied on the 2007 Brenderup Baron. For a 1200-lb-rated heavy-duty side-wind jack with 16-inches of lift and a steel wheel you can use Bulldog # BD165411. If you need more lift you can use # BD165412 with 19-inches of lift. Both of these jacks can be bolted or welded on. You may care to have a look at the linked article on trailer jacks to help you choose a suitable replacement...
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  • Trailer Jack With Wheel Recommendations For Dorsey Trailer
  • We have several trailer jacks that have a wheel that allows you to move your trailer around when uncoupled fron the hitch. When choosing a trailer jack you will want to find one that has the capacity to handle the tongue weight of your trailer. I have attached a link to the jacks we have with wheels you can check out. If you are looking for an A-frame jack I recommend part # BD165412. This has a 1,200-lb capacity and has a lift of 19-inches. For a frame mounted jack I recommend...
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  • Trailer Jack Interferes with Tailgate On Jeep
  • Trailer jacks are not designed to be frequently removed. What I recommend for your trailer and Jeep is a swivel jack such as # FTJ12000101. Once the trailer is coupled to the Jeep you can swivel the jack so that it is parallel with the trailer frame. There isn't an A-frame version of a swivel jack so it would have to mount to the frame. Another option is to use a longer ball mount so that the trailer and its jack are further away from the back of the Jeep. A ball mount such as # 80232...
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  • Jack Recommendation with 1,200 lb Capacity and 19 inches of Lift
  • The closest thing we offer to what you are looking for is the Bulldog Heavy-Duty, Rack-and-Gear Jack with Steel Wheel # BD165412 which has a 1,200 lb capacity and 19 inches of lift. Check out the review video I attached as well.
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  • Need Bulldog Heavy-Duty Rack-and-Gear Jack # BD165412 Without the Wheel
  • Yes, you can get the Bulldog Heavy-Duty Rack-and-Gear Jack, # BD165412, without the wheel. I spoke with my contact at Bulldog and for the jack with a foot you will need Bulldog Rack-and-Post Assembly w/ Footplate, # BD018520, and Bulldog A-Frame Gearbox and Crank Assembly, # BD019141.
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  • Rack and Post Dimensions and Bolt Hole Pattern for the Bulldog Rack-and-Gear Jack # BD165412
  • I went out to the warehouse to take the measurements that you asked for. The diameter of the post on the Bulldog Heavy-Duty Rack-and-Gear Jack, # BD165412, is 1-1/16 inches, and the overall width is 2 inches including the rack that is mounted on the side of the post. The rack measures 3/4 inches wide by 3/8 inches thick. The base of the gear and handle assembly is triangular and the bolt hole pattern is 3 inches on center. I have added a photo with the dimensions I took for you to review.
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  • Jack Replacement Recommendation for a 2007 Vikin Epic Pop-Up Camper
  • As long as the trailer for your 2007 Viking Epic pop-up camper is built on an A-frame this Bulldog Heavy-Duty jack # BD165412 could work for you. I did a little research and it looks like most of pop-ups like yours use A-frame jacks. You will want to consider the height of this jack. At 23-1/3 inches from the mounting bracket to the top of the jack you will want to make sure there is nothing that would interfere with that. I attached a link that has all of the A-frame jacks we carry...
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  • What is the Width and Diameter of the Wheel/Castor Of the Bulldog Heavy-Duty Jack
  • I went out into our warehouse and measured the wheel of the Bulldog Heavy-Duty Jack # BD165412 that you referenced and found that the wheel is 2-5/8 inches wide and 5-3/4 inches in diameter. Check out the picture I attached to see these measurements.
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  • Does Wheel of Bulldog Heavy-Duty, Rack-and-Gear Jack with Steel Wheel # BD165412 Pivot Freely
  • The caster wheel of the Bulldog Heavy-Duty, Rack-and-Gear Jack with Steel Wheel # BD165412 can pivot freely and will turn as needed if you needed to move the trailer around.
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  • Trailer Jack Needed that has a Steel Wheel
  • Attached is a link to our selection of Bulldog jacks with wheels, most of which utilize a steel wheel. The most popular is the Bulldog Heavy-Duty, Rack-and-Gear Jack with Steel Wheel # BD165412 which is for an A-Frame application. If has 19" of lift and is rated for 1,200 lbs. This jack comes with a limited 5-year warranty which just goes to show how well it is made. I have attached a review video for this jack that you can use as a reference. You will want to be sure that whatever...
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  • Distance Between Teeth of the Bulldog Rack and Gear Jacks and Pressure Angle
  • I spoke with my contact at Bulldog and he sent me the attached diagram that will have the dimensions you are looking for. Looks like the angle is 29 degrees and the teeth are .2610 inches apart.
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  • Recommended Suspension Parts Needed To Build A Smoker Trailer
  • Looks like you have quite a project going here. After consulting with other Experts, the first thing I would recommend is a new axle for your trailer frame. It appears the axle you have was originally used on a car and welded to the trailer. I could not recommend any suspension that could safely be used with the axle in your photos. I have attached a help article that explains how to determine the correct axle position. The next thing to consider is that you will have to build your...
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  • How is Lift Determined on Bulldog A-Frame Trailer Jack, # BD1550101344
  • On the Bulldog Trailer Jack, # BD1550101344, with the jack fully retracted (inner tube all the way up) it measures 7 inches from the mounting plate to the bottom of the jack. With the jack fully extended (inner tube all the way down), it measures 20 inches from the mounting plate to the bottom of the jack. The overall height of the jack when retracted is 21-1/2 inches. When fully extended it is 34-1/2 inches. With a 6 inch tall frame, this jack does not seem like it would give you enough...
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  • Replacement Caster Wheel Jack for 2 Horse Slant Trailer
  • If your horse trailer's jack has a caster wheel it is probably a bolt-on tongue jack like Bulldog # BD165412 or # BD165411 rather than a weld-on jack like # 3370091410H. These two Bulldog jacks are both rated for 1200-lbs of trailer tongue weight (appropriate for your 7K trailer) and both have a steel wheel; the only difference is the amount of lift which is 16-inches with # BD165411 and 19-inches with # BD165412. Both use a 3-bolt mount as shown in the photo.
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  • Replacement Rack and Gear Post with Caster Recommendation for A-Frame Bulldog Jack
  • Does it look like the part # BD165412? This is an A-frame style of rack and gear jack that you most likely have. If so, the part # BD019060 is the correct replacement part.
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  • Determining Correct Load Capacity for Tires on 6,000 Pound Trailer
  • The combined load of your 4 tires and wheels just needs to match or exceed the loaded weight of your trailer minus its tongue weight. If your trailer will weigh 3 tons (6,000 pounds) I recommend getting trailer tires that have a maximum load of at least 1,500 pounds to allow for a healthy safety margin. I am not sure what size tires you are looking at putting on the trailer but just as an example the popular ST205/75R15 size with the Provider # A15R645WSD would be a good option in terms...
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  • Can the Bulldog Heavy-Duty, Rack-and-Gear Jack # BD165412 be Used to Lift a Load Instead of a Tongue
  • If you can safely secure the tube of the Bulldog Heavy-Duty, Rack-and-Gear Jack # BD165412 then it will work like what you are asking. After all, if you think of the wheel being "bolted" to the ground, your application is no different than lifting the tongue of a trailer. Just keep in mind that you will be using it for an application that it wasn't rated or tested for.
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  • Will a Rack and Gear Jack Rated for 750 Pounds Work on a 2,600 Pound Trailer
  • Since the trailer jack is only lifting a portion of the weight it is possible that a 750 pound rack and gear jack, see link, could work. If the gross trailer weight is 2,600 pounds then that would put the tongue weight somewhere around 260 to 390 pounds which is well within the capabilities of a 750 pound jack. There are some options that bolt around the frame such as # BD169201 or a weld-on option, # BD161300.
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  • Replacement Wheel and Crank Assembly Availability for Bulldog Rack and Gear Jack
  • If you have a Bulldog Rack and Gear jack and need to replace the post assembly so that you have a swiveling wheel the product you need is the part # BD018007. The handles aren't available separately but we do have replacement gearbox and crank assemblies like part # BD019141. But at this point you are essentially buying an entire Rack and Gear jack since those are the two main components so you may as well just get the part # BD165412.
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