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Swivel Marine Trailer Jack with Caster Wheel - Bolt On - Sidewind - 10" Travel - 1,000 lbs

Swivel Marine Trailer Jack with Caster Wheel - Bolt On - Sidewind - 10" Travel - 1,000 lbs

Item # DL84MR
Our Price: $115.26
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Shipping Weight: 19 lbs
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Corrosion-resistant swivel jack is perfect for marine use and other trailer applications. The wheel is 2" wide for greater surface contact, and it turns 360 degrees for easy maneuverability. Handle has cushioned grip. Great Prices for the best trailer jack from Dutton-Lainson. Swivel Marine Trailer Jack with Caster Wheel - Bolt On - Sidewind - 10" Travel - 1,000 lbs part number DL84MR can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Dutton-Lainson Trailer Jack - DL84MR

  • Boat Trailer
  • 0 - 1000 lbs
  • Sidewind Jack
  • Swivel Jack
  • Bolt-On
  • Pull Pin
  • Leveling Jacks
  • Tongue Jacks
  • 10 Inch Lift
  • With Wheel
  • Steel
  • Dutton-Lainson

Corrosion-resistant swivel jack is perfect for marine use and other trailer applications. The wheel is 2" wide for greater surface contact, and it turns 360 degrees for easy maneuverability. Handle has cushioned grip.


  • Marine jack lets you raise and lower your boat trailer 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
  • Sidewind design with ergonomic handle grip is easy to use
  • Heavy-duty caster wheel resists flat spots and cracking
  • Durable steel construction with zinc-plated finish is corrosion resistant
  • 4-Bolt plate lets you easily mount jack to trailer frame
  • Made in the USA


  • Application: square trailer tongues up to 3" x 5"
  • Maximum trailer tongue height: 25"
  • Bracket height (from top of mounting bracket to bottom of wheel):
    • 15-1/2" Retracted
    • 25-9/16" Extended
  • Travel: 10"
  • Clearance: 10" from mounting bracket to top of jack
  • Inner tube diameter: 1-3/4"
  • Outer tube diameter: 2"
  • Wheel dimensions: 8" diameter x 2" wide
  • Weight capacity: 1,000 lbs
  • 2-Year limited 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.

22359 Dutton-Lainson Swivel Marine Trailer Jack - Bolt On - Sidewind - 10" Travel - 1,000 lbs

Alternate Part Number: 6430

Video of Swivel Marine Trailer Jack with Caster Wheel - Bolt On - Sidewind - 10" Travel - 1,000 lbs

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

Video Transcript for Dutton-Lainson Swivel Sidewind Marine Trailer Jack Review

Hello, neighbors. It's Brad here at etrailer, and today we're taking a look at installing the Dutton-Lainson marine trailer tongue jack. Now this is gonna be a great option for replacing an old one. Or if you are fabricating your own trailer, you can also put one of these on there. Now having a side winder jack is really nice because you're able to be on the side here and raise this jack up. Now you have a total of 10 inches of travel which is gonna be great for a boat trailer like this.

And the name of the product is gonna be the marine, and that's because it's zinc coated so it's gonna hold up even when this goes under water. It's not gonna rust out or corrode. It's gonna have a little bit of protection to that. You also have a nice castered wheel here. It's almost a hard plastic almost rubberized feel to it, and it seems really sturdy, but this allows for if you need to move the trailer around, no problem.

I can easily move this here and it feels nice and sturdy. Now when you are ready to hit the road after you hold your trailer out, you can go ahead, raise this up. It actually has a nice little handle here that's great for your fingers to be able to grab on there, and you can easily raise this up. The great thing is you really don't have to raise this all the way up. You can save yourself some cranking by simply pulling our pin, and then locking in place in this position.

In that way, you have plenty of clearance when you're out on the road. Now this is universal. So as long as your trailer fits within the size recommendations of this, you're gonna be able to bolt this on no problem, and those are gonna be three by five. So you can see we have extra stud here to go wider, and we actually have an extra hole on our bracket here. So if you have a trailer that's five inches tall, you can flip that around and you're still gonna be able to bolt this up and get it nice and sturdy on there.

And our wheel here spins 360 degrees on the caster. So that's nice for maneuverability if you have to move it around in your garage. But also you have a two inch wide contact hatch here. So that's gonna be really good. It's not, you know, pressing too hard on anything. It's gonna be nice and planted on the ground. You also have an eight inch tall tire, so that's gonna be able to roll over little pebbles or anything like that that might get in the way normally. Now you're also gonna want to measure your coupler height on your trailer and make sure that it's gonna work. Because with that 10 inches of travel, the maximum height of your coupler that you can use this with is gonna be 25 inches. So just double check yours and make sure that it falls into there. Now, Dutton-Lainson has been around for a long time since the 1800s. And the great part about this is it's made in the USA and the quality is just really solid. It's gonna be a nice, easy, quick installation on your trailer, and we're actually gonna show you how to do that. So let's take a look at that now. So here we have our boat trailer, and the trailer's great but our jack, as you can tell, is sitting at an angle that's not exactly ideal. And when you lower it down, it kinda wants to shift. So I think it's time that we replace this one. So our first step is going to be to remove the old jack. Now, before removing our old jack, we're gonna want to support our trailer. And that way, the coupler doesn't fall down when we're taking this off, and also it's just gonna make it easier. It's not gonna have stress on the hardware. So you can hook it up to your truck. I'm just gonna be using the floor jack here to kinda just raise this up and support it. So get yours nice and steady. We're also gonna wanna make sure that you chock your wheels while doing this. With our old jack removed, we can go ahead and get our new one in place and we're just gonna be putting it in the same spot. But if this is a new jack that you're putting on a trailer, just make sure that you have enough room to be able to rotate this back and out of the way so you don't wanna have this mounted up and then not be able to actually fold this back. So just make sure you have that clearance. So we get this mounted up. We'll take our bracket here and the holes correspond. So we'll get our top one on first, and pretty easy we're just gonna take our bolt, run this through, and have your bracket. You're gonna want the channel facing out so you'll have that flat side against here. And what I'm gonna do is I'm just gonna hand thread my hardware on here so it kinda holds it in place. You'll have a split washer first, and then we'll just follow it up with the nut. If we cinch this up, like I said, we can get the rest of the hardware up nice and easy and not have to balance our jack. So with our two top bolts here holding this in place, we're gonna go ahead and get our bottom one in and these have multiple holes for different widths of trailer. Ours is gonna be using the bottom hole so it's maxed out, but it's also gonna give it a nice tight fit here on our frame. So with a 14 millimeter socket, we're gonna tighten this up and I'm just gonna kinda snug them doing a cross pattern crisscross here. So it evenly lines up. So putting a little bit of pressure on the bolt head here to cinch this in. Do make sure that it stays nice and level and parallel with or perpendicular with the frame. So this can move a little bit. So as you tighten, just kinda hold this in place to where everything's squared up. Now if they do the bolt starts spinning on you, just you can throw a wrench on the back end to hold that bolt head in place. Now there's no torque setting in the instruction manual as far as tightness, but I just made sure to snug it up. And those brackets will start to kinda pull in. You don't wanna over tighten 'cause it can cause it to bend a little bit, but make sure it's snug enough, and that way it's cinched against the frame. So now we can actually raise this up and get our bottle jack outta here. And just like that, we fixed the leaning of our jack that we had previous, and this just feels a lot more secure. The trailers not want to roll away and lean. And that was a look and installation of the Dutton-Lainson marine trailer tongue jack..

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Swivel Marine Trailer Jack with Caster Wheel - Bolt On - Sidewind - 10" Travel - 1,000 lbs - DL84MR

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (36 Customer Reviews)

Corrosion-resistant swivel jack is perfect for marine use and other trailer applications. The wheel is 2" wide for greater surface contact, and it turns 360 degrees for easy maneuverability. Handle has cushioned grip.


Well-made jack, perfect replacement for my 27 year old Atwood! I had to research carefully to find one made in the U.S. as most of these jacks are not. I have found the Dutton Lainson products to be well made. Most but not all of their jacks are U.S. made so be careful choosing if you're picky like me. And great shopping experience with etrailer. All info on the product page which is very helpful. I placed my order and got an email an hour later that it had already shipped! On top of that it arrived a day early! Nice job etrailer!


This one is actually to tall for my tow dolly. Even in the lowest postion it is still to high to put the dolly into the hinch ball. So i have to lift the dolly up, swivel the jack and then lower the dolly into the ball.


Jack is much better built than the one it’s replacing! Very happy with this purchase!!!


Just what I needed. It worked great!


This jack replaces a Dutton jack that must be at least 30 years old and exclusively in a salt water environment. The older jack was structurally perfect but for the handle which rusted and finally snapped. Unable to replace the handle, I ordered the replacement. I expect the new one will perform handle equally well. The eight inch wheel and caster is a plus, since the 14’ Maritime Skiff must be positioned by hand at times.


The team at etrailer were professional and on top of things from beginning to end!! Thank you etrailer






by: 08/23/2023




The box came damaged. it looks like it still works. The fastners were not in the bag and loose. Luckily they were all there.


Ed was excellent. The trailer jack was sent quickly and works perfectly for my application. I have in on a Nautique boat trailer


etrailer is far and away the best internet business I have done business with. Great service, extremely fast shipping. Exceptional shipping information on the website. I am recommending this company to all.


I used this on a 2011 ranger trail that has the center mount jack. I removed the outer tube and put my center mount tube on. Worked great


Have not used it yet. Need to cut the welded Fulton bracket off my trailer
first. The trailer looks heavy duty; time will tell how durable it is.


This fit properly and helps compensate for a narrow opening (top crank was important). Quick delivery also helped.


its the one i needed, so i didn't have to send it back. big plus salesman and i figured it out.


Perfect fit for my trailer. And etrailer kept me up to date with shipping status on the backorder. Really great customer service. Thank you!


It appears to be very sturdy. Easy installation. Only time will tell how well it performs


Just right, fast shipping


Plenty of beef for my 21 foot Key West. Much stronger than the small jack that came with my Magic Tilt trailer


Good communication great to work with

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    Yes! For a boat jack that is similar to the # DL67MR that provides you with the smaller capacity you need, that is the Swivel Marine Trailer Jack with Caster Wheel - Bolt On - Sidewind - 10" Travel # DL84MR. The bracket height from the top of the bracket to the ground is 15-1/2" when retracted and 25-9/16" when extended. With this height range, that fits into your coupler height requirements. As far as compatibility, the jack fits maximum trailer tongue heights of 24-3/4" and fits square...
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