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Dutton-Lainson Round Swivel Jack w/ 2" Wide Wheel - Sidewind - 12" Lift - 1,500 lbs

Dutton-Lainson Round Swivel Jack w/ 2" Wide Wheel - Sidewind - 12" Lift - 1,500 lbs

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Corrosion-resistant round swivel jack is perfect for marine use and other trailer applications. The wheel is 2-1/4" wide, and it turns 360 degrees for easy maneuverability. Silver handle has cushioned grip. Lowest Prices for the best trailer jack from Dutton-Lainson. Dutton-Lainson Round Swivel Jack w/ 2" Wide Wheel - Sidewind - 12" Lift - 1,500 lbs part number DL22210 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Dutton-Lainson Trailer Jack - DL22210

  • Side Frame Mount Jack
  • 1500 lbs
  • Sidewind Jack
  • No Drop Leg
  • Swivel Jack - Pull Pin
  • Bolt-On
  • Dutton-Lainson
  • 12 Inch Lift
  • With Wheel

Corrosion-resistant round swivel jack is perfect for marine use and other trailer applications. The wheel is 2-1/4" wide, and it turns 360 degrees for easy maneuverability. Silver handle has cushioned grip.


Features:

  • Round marine jack lets you raise and lower your boat or recreational trailer
  • Convenient swivel-pin lets you pivot jack 90 degrees
    • Swing up to stow parallel to tongue for travel
    • Move back into upright position for use
  • Plastic wheel lets you easily move your trailer
    • Inner tube rotates with wheel allowing you to move in any direction
  • Silver, sidewind handle has cushioned grip
  • Drain holes at bottom of inner post prevent water buildup
  • Zinc TUFFPLATE finish protects components from corrosion
  • 4-Bolt plate lets you easily mount jack to trailer frame
    • Charcoal powder coat helps prevent corrosion
    • Mounting hardware included
  • Charcoal gray color
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Application: trailers with a frame height from 3" to 5"
  • Bracket height (from bottom of wheel to top hole of bracket):
    • 16-5/8" Retracted
    • 28-5/8" Extended
  • Lift: 12"
  • Lift capacity: 1,500 lbs
  • Wheel dimensions: 8" diameter x 2-1/4" wide
  • Pull pin diameter: 1/2"
  • Tube diameter: 2-1/4"
  • Handle radius: 6-1/8"
  • 3-Year limited warranty


Dutton Lainson Swivel Tongue Jack


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Installation Details DL22210 Installation instructions



Video of Dutton-Lainson Round Swivel Jack w/ 2" Wide Wheel - Sidewind - 12" Lift - 1,500 lbs

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Video Transcript for Dutton-Lainson Round Swivel Marine Jack Review

Randy: Hey guys, Randy here at etrailer.com. Today we're taking a look at a new marine jack from Dutton-Lainson.This jack really is very impressive to me. I like just about everything there is about it. It has a nice tough coat finish here on the outside, some really good protection areas like where our tubes come together here, and I like the nice large wheel. It has a great handle on it. We're gonna take a closer look at some of these features plus figure out if it's gonna work for your application or not.To start with, what really stands out on this jack compared to a lot of the other marine jacks that I've handled, is just the feel of the quality.

It seems to be heavier. It seems to be more durable. Where our joint fits together here, where it meets our trailer, it's a little bit tighter. All in all, it's given a really good user experience. It's a marine jack that we haven't had to fumble around with too much.You'll notice, just like most of your other marine jacks, you're gonna have a black plastic cap here to keep moisture and dust from getting down inside.

Something you don't often see though, look at right here. We've got a grease Zerk for our gear set, and a grease Zerk here that's gonna work for our screw, so we're taking care of lubricating both of those mechanical mechanisms.Then if we look where the outer tube meets the inner tube, this is something I haven't seen on others. There's a plastic spacer here, or a grommet here between this outer tube and inner tube. That's gonna keep dust, sand, and stuff like that from getting up and inside. I think that's gonna help maintain the nice smooth working and operation of this jack for a very long time.

It's gonna keep it really well-protected so you're not gonna have to worry about it.Something else that really stands out is the finish, especially on this black area here. This is the tough coat finish that they use and I got to tell you, it's really, really durable. It's not like what we see out of some the other jacks that just have a painted finish on them. Then also on our mechanical surfaces here, on our mounting plate, the hardware there and on the inner tube and where our wheel connects, that's all gonna have the clear zinc finish on it. Those two together should do a great job to keep this jack looking just as good as it does now, for a long time to come.The handle here is also something that I really like.

I think overall, I'm gonna say it again and again, but this jack really is superior to a lot of the marine jacks out there. I think the rubberized texture that we have here is gonna be a lot easier to grip, especially when our hands get wet dealing with our boat.For the overall length of our handle from where it comes out of our jack, it's gonna be about 6 1/8". So, whether you're trying to raise or lower the trailer, it gives you plenty of leverage. It's not that difficult to operate. This is a fairly heavy boat, but it has a 1500 pound weight capacity, so this is gonna do a great job even on some of the larger style pontoon boats.The wheel itself is 8" in diameter. It's gonna be about 2" thick. That's gonna spread that energy out over a greater area. That larger diameter's gonna help us get over little cracks and things like that. Generally on a wheel like this, you're looking at about 6", is about what they give you. Something else I like here, this is a caster, so it'll spin but our spin point is right here. Most of your other marine jacks, it spins internally. As you're raising your jack and it doesn't have weight on it, the less expensive type, they're just gonna spin and spin and spin; whereas with this, as you jack your handle up, this is gonna stay straight and then we can adjust our wheel accordingly. That's gonna insure that we can raise our jack all the way up and keep it stored properly and our wheel still hang down and not interfere with the side of our trailer.As far as the bracket mounting the jack to the trailer, it's gonna be right in line with everything we see after marine-style jacks . gonna have the two bolts here that go through the plate to the brackets in the back. You can see we do have three holes here to pick from. This is gonna help us with different style trailer sizes. We can go anywhere from like a 3" wide all the way up to a 5".Here you can see the jack fully extended. As you can see, it gets that tongue really nice and high up in the air. It has 12" of total lift, and our bracket height here is stated at 28 5/8 although ours is up at about 29, so there's just a little bit of overtravel there, which is great. You're just getting a little more travel than what you expected.When it's time to store the jack, you remember we talked about that caster wheel being on the bottom. You notice, unlike most other marine jacks, that wheel doesn't spin once it comes off the ground so we don't have to try to put our foot there and hold it. Then once we have it fully retracted, we can pull our pin to rotate it but you see we still have the freedom to move that wheel in whatever position that we want, and that's really key for getting this tucked all the way up but still getting our wheel in the right spot.Now to release your jack into the stored position, you're just gonna have a pin here. It's got a rubber-coated handle on it there, easy to get a hold of, especially with wet hands. That's gonna allow us to rotate that jack down to the ready position or back up into the stored position, and it doesn't really matter how you mount your bracket. It's gonna have four connection holes there so it can really be stored in any position.With the jack in its fully retracted position to our bracket, it's about 16 5/8, so you can see there, that's where we get that 12" of total travel. All in all, for most applications, this is gonna go low enough and high enough, but make sure that yours falls in that range to help ensure it's gonna work for your application.This is a nice solid jack. I like the upgraded coating. I like the upgrades that they've put in with our caster not being directly tied to the tube. I like the bushings that are in there. Overall, I think this is gonna be a big step up from a lot of the standard marine jacks we have. If you ask me if I'd buy this one and put it on my trailer, I definitely would.To begin our installation process, I like to start with my backing plates already on the two upper bolts. You can see the bottom's gonna have four holes, the top just has one. We'll have that on there, flat side in towards our trailer. Then we're gonna drop that right down and over. Once that's over we're gonna take our other bolt and we'll place it in the hole that's most closely positioned to the bottom of the trailer. In this case, we've got a larger piece. We're gonna go all the way down to that lower hole, place that through the front and the back bracket there if I can get it lined up. Once that's through, we'll slide on our lock washer. We're gonna thread on a nut. Do the same thing for the other side here. Then we're gonna take most of the slack out of these, get them down close. Once we've got those evenly tightened by hand, we just need a 9/16" wrench and socket. Then we want to evenly snug these up. Then we'll just grab our torque wrench and get them torqued down. Again, you want to do this evenly.At that point, with everything snugged down properly, we're just gonna use our jack now to take the weight off of our jack stands, is what we used to keep our tongue up. You could also do this while it was hooked to a truck, so if you don't have jack stands around, you can do it that way. Just get the jack stands out of the way and our jack's gonna be ready for use.


Customer Reviews

Dutton-Lainson Round Swivel Jack w/ 2" Wide Wheel - Sidewind - 12" Lift - 1,500 lbs - DL22210

Average Customer Rating:  5.0 out of 5 stars   (4 Customer Reviews)

Corrosion-resistant round swivel jack is perfect for marine use and other trailer applications. The wheel is 2-1/4" wide, and it turns 360 degrees for easy maneuverability. Silver handle has cushioned grip.

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Worked exactly as expected. Great response time! 764606



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I love this jack! I bought it for my 1984 Ski Nautique single axle trailer. Works great and looks good. 714543



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The jack performs flawlessly so far. Highly recommend. Quality I expected 678368



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Nice fit and finish Quality is excelle nt 565001


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Installed by:
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