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Curt Round A-Frame Trailer Jack - Topwind - 14" Lift - 2,000 lbs

Curt Round A-Frame Trailer Jack - Topwind - 14" Lift - 2,000 lbs

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Black powder coated A-frame jack has a topwind handle arm and a bolt-head fastener to keep it secure during operation. Footplate or caster sold separately. Lowest Prices for the best trailer jack from Curt. Curt Round A-Frame Trailer Jack - Topwind - 14" Lift - 2,000 lbs part number C28200 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-1624 for expert service.
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Curt Trailer Jack - C28200

  • A-Frame Jack
  • 1001 - 2000 lbs
  • Topwind Jack
  • No Drop Leg
  • Bolt-On
  • Weld-On
  • Standard A-Frame Jack
  • 14 Inch Lift
  • No Wheel or Foot
  • Curt

Black powder coated A-frame jack has a topwind handle arm and a bolt-head fastener to keep it secure during operation. Footplate or caster sold separately.


Features:

  • Utility jack lets you raise and lower your A-frame trailer
  • Topwind handle allows for simple cranking
    • Bolt-head fastener keeps the handle securely on the jack during operation
  • Black powder coat finish resists corrosion
  • Internal gearbox
  • Mounting bracket can be welded or bolted on - hardware not included
  • Footplate or caster sold separately


Specs:

  • Bracket height:
    • 8-1/4" with the jack fully retracted
    • 22-5/8" with the jack fully extended
  • Total Lift: 14-3/8"
  • Mounting bracket hole spacing (center on center): 3-1/4"
  • Inner tube diameter: 2"
  • Outer tube diameter: 2-1/4"
  • Clearance from bottom of bracket to top of handle mount: 11-1/8"
  • Lift capacity: 2,000 lbs
  • Limited lifetime 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.



28200 Curt Round A-Frame Trailer Jack - Topwind - 14" Lift - 2,000 lbs




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Video of Curt Round A-Frame Trailer Jack - Topwind - 14" Lift - 2,000 lbs

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Video Transcript for Curt Round A-Frame Trailer Jack Review

What's up everybody It's AJ with etrailer.com. Today, we're going to be checking out this round A-frame jack from Curt. It holds up to 2,000 pounds, so this will be great for our trailer here today. We replaced our old one with it. You can see at the top is where you're going to raise and lower it, so the handle's nice and out of the way.Something you need to think about with your A-frames is how much space you actually have on there. This one has enough space that we could have a box here, a toolbox, and still if the box came out to here, our handle would not make contact, giving you plenty of room up here to raise or lower.

All the gears are internal, and they're encased in the cylinder here, so you don't have to worry about the elements getting to it or wearing it down or rusting up.It's got a black powder coat finish on the outside, and it's really smooth to raise and lower. I can do it with one finger. It's real easy. The plastic handle here spins with it, so you don't have to re-adjust your grip. You just easily go up or down.

Now, I would like to point out that you're going to have your own hardware or use the hardware from your old jack along with the footplate. It doesn't come with a footplate or a caster wheel.You'll have to get that separately, so if you have one left over from your last jack, go ahead and use it on this one. If you want to change it up and get a wheel instead, you can order that and it'll fit right in here in the same hole. With our jack fully extended, I'll get the tape measure here, and I'm going to measure from the very bottom, the top of the trailer here at the base, looks like it's 22 and five-eights, and if I lower it all the way down, it'll be about eight and a quarter, which gives us overall a 14 and three-eighths of lift. Going to give you some more measurements, just to make sure this jack's going to work for you and your trailer.I'm going to come down here to the base plate and go to the top of the cylinder.

Looks like it's 11 and five-eighths tall, and we'll come down here to the cylinder itself. It looks to be about two inches and a quarter wide and we'll come to the inner tube, and that's just two inches itself. Now, coming back up to show the holes, they are going to be slotted.You'll see that in our install, so it gives you some moving room just in case the holes don't line up exactly right, you don't have to drill new holes. You've got those slots, you can move it around just a little bit. From the center of this bolt to the center of this bolt, three and a quarter spacing between them, so hopefully, this helps you figure out if this is going to work with your trailer or not.

Now, it was a really easy install. Let's go ahead and check out how we did it.We're going to go ahead and remove the old jack from the trailer, we're just going to drop the new one right in place. Something I'd like to point out is the slotted holes are going to be very helpful, just in case the holes are in a little bit different position from hack to jack. But this one gives us that room. If the holes we're up a little bit more, we wouldn't have to drill new holes. We could still use these. So, we're going to use our existing hardware from our old jack. First, I'm going to go ahead and replace the ground that we detach from the old one. Add a washer to it, too. And we're just going to go around and reinstall the washers and the bolts in the other two holes, as well.We're going to come back, just go ahead and run down those bolts. Just to be safe, I'm going to come back, and just get a couple more turns by hand. I definitely suggest getting a footplate or a caster wheel from the bottom here, under your jack. If you get a wheel, you can put that on there, lower around, then you can kind of maneuver the trailer a little bit on your own. But we're going to use the leftover footplate from our old jack. Just line up the holes, put our pin through, and it's good. Now that it's installed, let's test it out. The top swivel handle makes it really easy to operate.I was impressed by that and the install is super easy. Just want to show you here, I'm shaking it. There's no movement here at the plate in the frame. I did move the trailer a little bit, but this jack's not moving anywhere, so it's nice and secure in there. I like that. That was just an easy install overall, so I'm happy about that too. I think that does it for our look at the Curt 2,000-Pound Jack. I hope this helped.


Customer Reviews

Curt Round A-Frame Trailer Jack - Topwind - 14" Lift - 2,000 lbs - C28200

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

Black powder coated A-frame jack has a topwind handle arm and a bolt-head fastener to keep it secure during operation. Footplate or caster sold separately.

- C28200
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Worked like a champ, much better than what came on the trailer.


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Ask the Experts about this Curt Trailer Jack

  • 2,000 Pound A-frame Trailer Jack thats Made in the USA
    Curt trailer jacks like part # C28200 are all made in China. A lot of trailer jacks are but we do have the Dutton-Lainson which has similar specs to the Curt and is made in the USA if that's what you're looking for. Look at part # DL22781. It has the same 2,000 pound capacity with 14 inches of travel and fits the standard A-frame bolt pattern just like the Curt.
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  • Bolts Needed for Curt Round A-Frame Trailer Jack
    To mount the Curt Round A-Frame Trailer Jack # C28200 to your trailer you will use 3/8" bolts, which is standard for A-frame jacks and couplers. The length will really depend on your specific trailer frame size, which I wasn't able to track down for your 2020 Karavan Trailer.
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