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Pipe Mount Swivel Style Trailer Jack with Foot - Topwind - 15" Travel - 2,000 lbs.

Pipe Mount Swivel Style Trailer Jack with Foot - Topwind - 15" Travel - 2,000 lbs.

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Dutton-Lainson pipe mounted swivel style top winding trailer jack with foot. Matte black finish. Great Prices for the best trailer jack from Dutton-Lainson. Pipe Mount Swivel Style Trailer Jack with Foot - Topwind - 15" Travel - 2,000 lbs. part number DL22682 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Dutton-Lainson Trailer Jack - DL22682

  • 1001 - 2000 lbs
  • Car Hauler
  • Enclosed Trailer
  • Utility Trailer
  • Swivel Jack
  • Topwind Jack
  • Leveling Jacks
  • Tongue Jacks
  • Pipe Mount
  • Weld-On
  • With Rectangle Foot
  • Dutton-Lainson
  • 15 Inch Lift
  • Steel

Dutton-Lainson pipe mounted swivel style top winding trailer jack with foot. Matte black finish.


Features:

  • Capacity: 2,000 lbs
  • Travel: 15"
  • Overall height: 15-1/2"
  • Bracket height: 11-1/4"
  • Includes weld-on mounting tube and detent pin
  • Matte black finish
  • 3-Year limited warranty
  • Made in the USA


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.



22682 Pipe Mount Swivel Style Trailer Jack with Foot - Topwind - 15" Travel - 2,000 lbs.





Video of Pipe Mount Swivel Style Trailer Jack with Foot - Topwind - 15" Travel - 2,000 lbs.

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




Video Transcript for Dutton-Lainson Pipe Mount Swivel Style Trailer Jack with Foot Review DL22682

What's going on everybody Adam here with etrailer today, we're gonna be taking a look at the Dutton Lainson trailer jack. So this one, it is gonna be a weld-on jack. So if you're just building a trailer from the get go, it does come with this inner too. So we just gonna have to weld that to our trailer frame and you do wanna make sure that the wider side is gonna go towards the trailer so we can get this thing on there. But you can also just be replacing the one that you have. So if you are doing that, just make sure that the outer diameter of the tube that's welded to your trailer is two inches.

This is a top line jack. What that means is the lever is on the top. So a lot of you guys are wondering how big this lever is. So from the farthest most point to the very very edge is about seven inches and it does have a molded little grip. So it's gonna pivot around that little thing there, and you have a little slot for all your fingers.

So it's a nice little grip and it isn't that difficult to completely wind it. So sometimes you want a top line, sometimes you don't. One instance where you would not want one is if we had something kind of matted right here, permanently, or if that's kind of what you usually use for some of your storage. So we don't have that clearance issue. So we want at the top line, but if that is something for you, we have other ones that are gonna be a sidewinder which is gonna be on the side.

So all of this depends on what your trailer has going on. Our larger outer tube is going to have a powder coated finish, and it does tend to get a little scratch. It's not that big of a deal, but it is a thick powder coat. So there's no rust started or anything like that. So it's gonna resist against that rust and corrosion over time.

And as we start going down, the inner tube is also going to be powder-coated and that even concludes our footplate. So a lot of times you don't really see that, it's usually zinc coated. So if you're going through that all black look, this is gonna be a good one for you. So let's go over the footplate dimensions, overall length of seven inches, and the width is about four inches. And I liked how it's pretty fixed deal, it's about a quarter inch thick steel. So it's gonna be extra strong and it is bent on the sides. I like that just because when metal is bent, it's a little bit stronger. So even if we're on level pavement or gravel or whatever you're putting it down on, it's not really going to tweak, which I kind of like that, especially since this is not gonna be a jack where we can replace the foot. So that gave it that added strength, just because of that. But that being said, we aren't gonna be able to add on any type of wheel to this Jack. In it's most expanded form from the foot plate to the center of this hole on our tube it's gonna be about 29 and a half inches. And I'm not gonna use that. I mean, look at this trailer, it's kind of crazy, but it's nice to have it, especially if you're over-landing off grid, you never know what mother nature is gonna give you when you find your spot that you want. So this is kind of nice to have, but this is a lot of lift. Let's go ahead and pump this guy down to see what it's gonna be like in it's fully retracted position. It's gonna take a little bit of time to go all the way down, but it's not that difficult. It's just gonna be a little time consuming to do this. All right, there we go. So now from our plate to the things like hole, it's gonna be about 14 and three quarters of an inch. And since that it does take a little bit of time to completely crank it down. That's why we kind of liked this jack on this setup, just because we have a couple inches to the ground. So we're really not gonna have to crank on this thing that much. And it really does fit perfectly. So it does come with this little pin. So whenever we're ready to go, pull the pin out. We can rotate it around and we can replace this pin. So this is what you'll do right before you had to the trip. But as you can see, placement is key. You wanna get that sweet spot. And this is what a sweet spot looks like. So we have a little bit of wiggle room there. It's right up against that, and we have a little bit of wiggle room on the back, up against our cargo carrier. So this one, the black powder coat, looks great with the trailer, but too it fits perfect for our trailer. So definitely take some time and do some measurements to figure out where it's gonna go, measure twice, weld once. When comparing this to any of the other ones that we have in this little range, it just comes down to how much lift you really want. I had plenty of lift here, but one thing with this one that really sets it apart from all the others is it's all black and powder-coated which looks really good with this trailer. I really like it. One thing to think about is the pin. So we actually did misplace this pin, 'cause it doesn't have anything really holding it on there. So that's a potential upgrade that you can get with another jack, but I don't really think that's enough for me to go with another one. I liked the black powder coated finish enough to keep an extra eye on this pin. So I really don't care to compare it to anything. I think it does a good job. All these just look kind of the same. It's just how much lift you want but the look does kind of matter and this one has the best look. So that'll do, for a look at the Dutton Lainson trailer jack..


Customer Reviews

Pipe Mount Swivel Style Trailer Jack with Foot - Topwind - 15" Travel - 2,000 lbs. - DL22682

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

Dutton-Lainson pipe mounted swivel style top winding trailer jack with foot. Matte black finish.

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Great product and Made in USA!!



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work well all day long



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Great product easy to install



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See what our Experts say about this Dutton-Lainson Trailer Jack

  • Wheel for DL22682 Dutton-Lainson 2000 lb Capacity Trailer Jack
    The foot plate of the Dutton-Lainson # DL22682 pipe mount swivel jack isn't removable, so a caster wheel wouldn't be easy to add. The Bulldog # BD1541150301 pipe mount jack is set up to accept a caster wheel like # JC-102. Keep in mind though, the # JC-102 wheel has a 1200 lb weight rating, which means that the jack's capacity would be limited to 1200 lbs when the caster is used. This is the only swivel pipe mount jack we offer in a 2000 lb capacity that could be used with a caster wheel.
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  • What Are the Dimensions of Dutton Lainson Pipe Mount Swivel Jack When Extended and Retracted
    When the Pipe Mount Swivel Style Trailer Jack with Foot - Topwind - 15" Travel - 2,000 lbs. # DL22682 is fully extended the distance from the center of the weld-on spud to the foot is 29-3/4 inches. When this is fully retracted the distance is 14-3/4 inches. The weld-on pipe has an inner diameter of 1-1/2 inches and an outer diameter of 2 inches. The diameter of the hole the weld-on fits in has an outer diameter of 2-1/2 inches.
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  • Dutton-Lainson Trailer Jacks That Are Made In The USA
    We carry the Dutton-Lainson line of jacks that are made in the USA. Here are a few of the different jacks that we carry from them. A-Frame Jacks 1,000LB A-Frame Trailer Jack with Caster Wheel # DL74MR 5,000LB A-Frame Trailer Jack # DL22772 Side Mount Jacks 1,500LB Pull Pin, Easy Swivel Trailer Jack with 6" Dual Wheels # DL22580 2,000LB Drop Leg Trailer Jack with Footplate # DL97MR 2,000LB Pipe Mount Swivel Style Trailer Jack with Foot # DL22682
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  • Trailer Jacks Manufactured in the USA
    There are some Dutton-Lainson trailer jacks that are made in the USA as well as a few that are not. Any jacks that we carry that are made in the USA have that as part of the description to help set them apart. Currently we have the following options: Pull Pin, Easy Swivel Trailer Jack with 8" Wheel - Sidewind - 1,500 lbs. # DL22800 Pull Pin, Easy Swivel Trailer Jack with 6" Wheel - Sidewind - 1,000 lbs. # DL22560 A-Frame Trailer Jack - Sidewind - 1,000 lbs. by Dutton-Lainson # DL22530 Pull...
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  • Longest Jack Between Bottom of Handle and Pipe Mount
    I took some measurements of the Dutton-Lainson Pipe Mount Swivel Style Trailer Jack with Foot item # DL22682. The bottom of the handle sits right at 11" above the center of the mounting tube. This jack has our largest length between the pipe mount and the bottom of the handle of our pipe mount swivel style trailer jacks. This jack has a 2,000 lbs capacity which will account for 10-15% of your total trailer weight. I have linked a review video below.
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