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Dutton-Lainson Boat Trailer Jack w/ Wheel - Sidewind - Swivel - 12" Lift - Black - 1.5K

Dutton-Lainson Boat Trailer Jack w/ Wheel - Sidewind - Swivel - 12" Lift - Black - 1.5K

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The extra-wide caster wheel offers great surface contact when rolling ofer gravel or soft ground, and turns 360 degrees for easy maneuverability. Black powder coat and zinc provide rust protection, which is great for boat trailers. Made in the USA. Great Prices for the best trailer jack from Dutton-Lainson. Dutton-Lainson Boat Trailer Jack w/ Wheel - Sidewind - Swivel - 12" Lift - Black - 1.5K part number DL22335 can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Dutton-Lainson Trailer Jack - DL22335

  • Boat Trailer
  • Car Hauler
  • Enclosed Trailer
  • Utility Trailer
  • 1001 - 2000 lbs
  • Sidewind Jack
  • Swivel Jack
  • Bolt-On
  • Leveling Jacks
  • Tongue Jacks
  • 12 Inch Lift
  • With Wheel
  • Steel
  • Dutton-Lainson

The extra-wide caster wheel offers great surface contact when rolling ofer gravel or soft ground, and turns 360 degrees for easy maneuverability. Black powder coat and zinc provide rust protection, which is great for boat trailers. Made in the USA.


  • Supports, lifts, and lowers your boat or recreational trailer
  • Swings up and down smoothly
    • Pull-pin handle lets you position jack quickly
  • Makes it easy to move your trailer in tight spaces
    • Extra-wide caster wheel turns a full 360 degrees
  • Resists rust and corrosion, inside and out
    • Top layer is a matte black powder coat finish to protect from corrosion and harsh UV rays
    • Base layer is a premium TUFFPLATE zinc finish with a 500-hour salt spray rating
    • Drain holes at bottom of inner post prevent water buildup
  • Lasts for years thanks to durable steel construction
  • Avoids winch posts, tool boxes or other accessories mounted on your trailer
    • Sidewind handle lets you crank jack without your hand getting smashed
  • Complements your rugged trailer with an edgy, off-road look of its own
  • Bolts around your trailer frame
    • Includes mounting bracket and hardware
  • Made in the USA


  • Application: trailer frames up to 3" wide x 5" tall
  • Lift capacity: 1,500 lbs
  • Bracket height:
    • Retracted: 16-5/8"
    • Extended: 28-5/8"
  • Screw travel : 12"
  • Overall length:
    • Retracted: 29"
    • Extended: 41-1/2"
  • Wheel dimensions: 8" diameter x 3-5/16" wide
  • Pull pin diameter: 1/2"
  • Outer tube diameter: 2-1/4"
  • Handle radius: 6-1/8"
  • 3-Year limited warranty

You'll Need More than Just Zinc to Fight Rust

The simple truth is that salt can be highly corrosive to metal when exposure lasts for an extended period of time. So, the more you tow around it, the more you need to protect your trailer from it.

An in use photo of the round, black, Dutton-Lainson trailer jack

This Dutton-Lainson jack offers 2 layers of corrosion protection. The first layer is Dutton-Lainson's specially formulated TUFFPLATE, which is comprised of a clear zinc finish, chromate, and a sealant. The second layer is a matte black powder coat finish that puts another barrier between the jack's good looks and anything that can contribute to rust, like freshwater or even saltwater exposure.

Rust-resistant coatings are graded according to a salt spray rating. Basically, this rating shows the amount of time it takes for a material to show signs of corrosion when exposed to pure, continuous salt spray. Zinc plating typically begins to deteriorate after about 100 hours. Dacromet usually lasts for around 300 to 400 hours. Dutton-Lainson's TUFFPLATE finish lasted nearly 500 hours in the salt spray test before the first appearance of rust (about 30% longer than a standard powder coat finish). As for the first appearance of white corrosion, it performed about as well as typical zinc finishes.

The environment this test creates is much harsher than anything you'll ever experience in your journeys, but it provides a testament to how well this jack resists rust and corrosion.

Extra-Wide Offers Good Looks and Great Stability

An in use photo of the extra-wide wheel on the round, black, Dutton-Lainson trailer jack

The wheel on this jack has form and function. Most swivel jacks that have wheels are 2" wide. On this one, it's 3". That provides extra surface area, which translates to great stability on pavement and small gravel, and it helps to alleviate sinking in soft ground. Whether you take your trailer off-road, or it never leaves the pavement, this wide wheel has all your bases covered.

How to Determine the Lift Capacity You Need in a Jack

A trailer jack lifts your trailer high enough at the tongue to allow you to couple it with your vehicle. Usually, your tongue weight is about 10-15% of your gross trailer weight (GTW). For example, a 10,000-lb trailer has a tongue weight of 1,000 lbs to 1,500 lbs. To raise the tongue of a trailer this size, you'd need a jack that can handle a static load of no less than 1,500 lbs. And, yes, 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 capacity should operate more efficiently, allowing you to spend less time cranking and more time fishing.

22335 Dutton-Lainson Trailer Jack w/ 8" Wheel - Sidewind - Swivel - Bolt On - 12" Travel - 1,500 lbs

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Video of Dutton-Lainson Boat Trailer Jack w/ Wheel - Sidewind - Swivel - 12" Lift - Black - 1.5K

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.

Video Transcript for Dutton-Lainson Round Swivel Jack Review

Jake: Hey guys, Jake here with etrailer. Today we're going to be taking a look at the Dutton-Lainson premium pivoting tongue jack. This jack is going to help you to be able to jack up your trailer to get it onto your vehicle and store in a nice, convenient stored position when you're traveling.Something you're going to notice right away when you see this jack is it's going to have a more aggressive look to it than your standard jack that might come factory on your trailer. It's going to have a nice dark charcoal gray powder coat finish that'll be tough enough to withstand any dents or scratches that might come to it. The wheel is going to be eight inches in diameter, so it's going to be more than tall enough to be able to roll over those larger objects that might be in your yard. As well as it's going to be three inches wide so that when you're rolling your trailer through your yard it's not going to sink down into the grass as easily as those two inch wide wheels.The jack is going to have a 1,500-pound weight capacity and a travel of 12 inches.

The handle itself is going to be long enough to be able to grip onto it and jack up that 1,500 pounds. The handle's going to be a rubberized material so it's going to provide a superior grip in addition to these four grip knobs to be able to fit your fingers in there to crank your trailer up.Now when it comes time to put your jack in the stowed position they have a nice rubberized sleeve over top of the pole handle here. You'll pull out on that knob and then fold it until it clicks into place. When in the stowed position your handle is going to hang down so I would recommend, we have a little strap, just to pull it up into the horizontal position and strap it to the frame of your trailer just so you don't have to worry about it running into anything.Towards the top of the jack is going to be two grease zerks to be able to conveniently grease up the gears that are on the handle on the inside to be able to give you a nice smooth operation when you need to use your jack. This jack is going to be able to be mounted to a three to five inch trailer tongue.Now that we've gone over some of those features, let's go ahead and show you how easy it is to get in place.

Whether you're replacing a damaged jack like we have here, or just replacing a old jack, you'll need to remove your old jack first. If you have a swivel jack its most likely going to have a snap ring. So here we have a pair of snap ring pliers, we'll pull that ring off, set that aside, now we can take our jack. Now we can get our new jack in place, take our hardware, thread our bolts through and slide on our brackets. Now we can slide our lock washers on followed by our nuts.Now with everything in place, we can go ahead and tighten down our hardware.

Then you can go ahead and test out your jack to make sure everything's working properly. Once you have everything tightened down, you're ready to load up your trailer and hit the road. With that being said, that's going to do it for our look at the Dutton-Lainson trailer jack.

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Dutton-Lainson Boat Trailer Jack w/ Wheel - Sidewind - Swivel - 12" Lift - Black - 1.5K - DL22335

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (99 Customer Reviews)

The extra-wide caster wheel offers great surface contact when rolling ofer gravel or soft ground, and turns 360 degrees for easy maneuverability. Black powder coat and zinc provide rust protection, which is great for boat trailers. Made in the USA.


Seems like a great Dutton-Lainson jack. The large wheel makes it easy to move over obstacles in the parking lots.

Disappointed the mounting hardware seems a bit flimsy: my brackets bent when I tightened the bolts and I may have to replace them with thick steel bars with spacer holes to be safe. See attached pictures.

It seems like a minor and easy thing to get right and it wouldn't have added almost anything to the cost.


This was disappointing out of the box. First, this will not fit on a Magic Tilt aluminum trailer unless mounted sideways. The backing rails, which are properly sized, are five hole, but the face is four, and mounting sideways means bolts won't be flush with top and/or bottom of frame. This is clearly not the way this should be done, half the mount that should be against the frame is against nothing. Secondly, and most disconcerting, are the four carriage bolts that hold the mount swivel are about 1/16" too long, preventing the mount from laying flush against the trailer frame anyway. So I had to make a trip to the hardware store for replacement hardware, disassemble and reassemble with the shorter carriage bolts. Both of these issues just seem frustratingly odd. This replaced a $50 TS jack that salt did in after five years and is no longer made. The D-L has a much smoother motion, but after mounting it has the same amount of play when extended as the cheaper jack.
One last note, this was packed loosely in a large box. Some of the paint was already scuffed off the part that holds the wheel, so I'm not optimistic about the protection this "Tuffplate" finish offers if cardboard can remove it. The bag of hardware was still stapled, but two of the mounting bolts were loose and one of the split washers was just missing. I used a spare nylon locknut on that bolt.
It should not be this hard to find a decent, hassle-free jack at a decent price.
Pics of longer stock bolt beside shorter replacement, potential mounting gap that would cause, and jack mounted sideways on frame.

Etrailer Expert

Jenny N.


I will have our Customer Service team reach out to you. This jack is meant to work with trailers that have a frame height of 3 - 5 inches. The jack uses a 4 bolt plate to let you mount the jack to the trailer frame. You will want to make sure you are mounting it in a location along the frame where it not interfere with the operation of the trailer. I recommend watching the video that we have on the jack and watching from mark 1:30 to see where we mounted it to the frame.


I was expecting better. There’s a lot of slop in the mechanism. I use it on a smooth, flat concrete floor but still have to yank it around to change direction when trying to move the boat. The wheel would rather slide sideways than rotate much of the time. The height travel is also not enough and I had to put a block of wood in to get it to a usable place. Even then sometimes I have to lift up the boat by hand to release it from the hitch because it won’t go low enough. I can’t say I can recommend this one.


Strong, Sturdy, Extra Height, lots of compliments. Installed on a Shorelander trailer w/ 242 Yamaha boat. Replaced the inferior OEM jack. Bonus, I was able to install it on the drivers side. The OEM was on the passenger side. That was a pain having to climb over the trailer each time.


I was looking for a heavy duty wheel jack and something I could easily relube since I put my trailer in the water frequently. I am very satisfied with this jack, it's easy to crank and very sturdy and has 2 zerk fitting to regrease. It is nice to be able to easily lube the screw. Most jacks only have a way to get to the top gear for greasing. I did note the jack mount position places the tongue height a little tall if you have a low vehicle or hitch. Luckily I moved to a truck and now it's works nice. However, would be nice to have ability to adjust height of the jack. I think Fulton is the only one that offers that, but the jack was not heavy duty enough.


The trailer jack appears to be made with high-quality components. Installed it today.


It's a quality built jack. This jack is heavy duty. So much better than what my trailer came with. The wide wheel works great on soft ground. Made in USA. Costs a bit more than the China made stuff but worth it if you want quality and reliability.


You definitely get what you pay for. This Jack is built extremely well and works flawlessly.


Great product. The customer service with etrailer is awesome. Very responsive and product shipped out the same day I ordered it!


Good trailer jack. I have it on a bunk pontoon trailer and I needed a high lift so I could get the trailer to ride level and this jack has it. Also the wheel does not spin around when cranking down witch I like also jack has grease ports


We have a single axle trailer for our 19' fishing boat. It works good. We could have probably gone with an even bigger wheeled jack since we have to roll the boat around on the trailer a lot.


Easy installation, great gear reduction, smooth pivot. Just what I was looking for for my sailboat. Thanks!

Gary W.


Its worked great. Continues to easily raise and lower my sailboattrailer. Boat+trailer ~2200 lbs.


Easy to install. Works flawlessly. Nice, strong jack and the wide wheel makes it so much easier to roll back and forth in the garage. Worth every penny!


Great quality product and definitely feels well built. The wide wheel is much better at not sinking into soft soil the way my last jack did.


I think this trailer jack is the best.


Great Product,really heavy duty jack with a very nice handle and large wide wheel.
Would purchase again if need another. shipped fast and came undamaged.


Sturdy Strong Product. Delivered as pro mised


Gr8 help from e trailer, gr8 products. Love you guys.


It broke after about a month of use.

Etrailer Expert

Sierra K.


Customer Service will contact you about the 3 year warranty that is covered under normal use.


So much better than the factory jack. Great investment.






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