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Fulton Snap-Ring Swivel Marine Jack with Fixed Length - 400 lbs

Fulton Snap-Ring Swivel Marine Jack with Fixed Length - 400 lbs

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Trailer tongue stand has a fixed height of 14-1/2" and swivels up and out of the way for travel. Features silver powder coat finish and durable, thermoplastic wheel. Inner tube measure 1-3/4" in diameter. Great Prices for the best trailer jack from Fulton. Fulton Snap-Ring Swivel Marine Jack with Fixed Length - 400 lbs part number F1410050149 can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Fulton Trailer Jack - F1410050149

  • Boat Trailer
  • 0 - 1000 lbs
  • Swivel Jack
  • Bolt-On
  • Pull Pin
  • Stabilizer Jacks
  • Tongue Jacks
  • 15 Inch Lift
  • With Wheel
  • Steel
  • Fulton

Trailer tongue stand has a fixed height of 14-1/2" and swivels up and out of the way for travel. Features silver powder coat finish and durable, thermoplastic wheel. Inner tube measure 1-3/4" in diameter.


  • Ideal for lightweight marine and recreational trailers
  • Convenient, spring-loaded, plunger-pin swivel feature
    • Swing up to stow parallel to tongue for travel
    • Move back into upright position for use
  • Heavy-gauge steel construction
  • Silver powder coat finish
  • Trailer stand is not adjustable
  • Thermoplastic wheel and mounting bracket for 3" x 5" trailer frames included


  • Bracket height: 14-1/2"
  • Clearance: 4-1/2" from mounting bracket to top of jack
  • Inner tube diameter: 1-3/4"
  • Outer tube diameter: 2"
  • Pull pin diameter: 3/8"
  • Wheel diameter: 6"
  • Lift capacity: 400 lbs
  • Limited 1-year warranty

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Video Transcript for Fulton Snap-Ring Swivel Marine Jack Review

Adam: Hi, everyone. Adam with Today, we're going to be taking a look at the Fulton Snap-Ring Swivel Marine Jack. And this is going to be ideal for some of the more lighter weight boats, marine products, or any kind of trailer that you have. Just because it is going to have about 400 pounds of weight capacity, but just the fact that it is going to be a fixed height. So we're not going to be able to jack it up.So for those heavier loads, I would definitely recommend getting one with one of those jacks.

There, this one is just going to stay at about 15 inches above the ground. We are going to have some adjustability with the mounting hardware that is included, and that's also going to be made of steel. It's going to resist against rust and corrosion.So we are going to have a swivel feature with our wheel here, and it is going to be able to pivot all the way around, which is going to be nice. It will just make it a little bit easier to move your lightweight trailers just to and from wherever you need it. And just make those little micro adjustments to get it next to your ball.This tire is going to put up with all the stuff that you guys might be putting it through.

There might be some cracks in the driveway. But with this hard plastic, I do think it is going to last a decently long time. We are going to have another feature, which once we get this up onto our vehicle, you just pull this just like so, and it's going to be able to rotate and it will snap into place. So you should be ready to go down the road.And just depending on what kind of trailer you guys have, we do have options. You can either put it back and put it up.

You can put it forward. And of course, we can put it down. Alrighty, so you guys we're wondering what kind of trailers these are going to be able to fit. So, I'm going to go ahead and just do a bunch of measurements. So first of all, we are only going to be able to have about three inches thick of a frame on our trailer before we're going to run out of bolts here.So, with that, also, we are only going to be able to go down to frame sizes about an inch and a half with the included hardware.

As you see the threads stop right about here. So if you did want to get different hardware, if you have a smaller frame trailer, all you need is just to go to the local hardware store and just grab the same exact bolt, but just with more threads on it.Also, I'm going to go ahead and measure from the middle of this top hole to the middle of every single one of these holes so you guys can see if it's going to work with your trailer. So, right here. Get down. So from the center of the top one to the center of the first one, is going to be about two and a quarter inches. From the center of the top one to the center of the second one, three and a quarter inches. Center of the top, center of the third one, it's going to be about four and one eighth inches. And then, from the center of the top to the center of our very most bottom hole is going to be about five and a quarter inches.So, after messing with this thing, it's just another one of those trailer jacks. The one thing I don't love about it is just the fact that it is a fixed height. Yes, it is meant for your lighter weight trailers. But honestly, there are other options on our website around the same type of class. But one in particular is actually going to have an actual crank on one side. And it's going to give you about 10 inches of travel, which is definitely going to be a plus. I just like having that feature. And they really are pretty much in the same class.So if you're looking at this one, honestly, just go with the other one, in my opinion, just because it has a little bit more features that I would like in a trailer. But at the end of the day, it's all about what you guys want. And it is pretty easy to install. Let's just go ahead and get it done right now.So, the first thing that we want to do is just go ahead and make sure everything's here. We're going to have four bolts. We're going to have two brackets. We're going to have one wheel. And the rest of the hardware should be on the end here. So I'm just going to start by just mounting it up. I am replacing an old one. It was kind of ratted away and rusty, but it was placed in the right spot. So I'm going to line it up with the old spot. But obviously, if you think there's a better place on your trailer, put it there.So I'm going to go ahead and just line it up, just like that. What we're going to do is we're going to take our bolts here. Just take the nut off of one side. What I'm going to do is put the top two in first, just like that. On the other side, we're going to put flat part towards the frame of this trailer, like that. And then do the same with the other side.You can go ahead and just thread this nut on. It is a nylon lock nut. So I say, just get it down to where it locks into place. Do that on both sides. And I am holding this thing up a little bit while I'm doing so. All right. So now, what we can do is take our other bolts and do the same exact thing.So as you can see, we have multiple different mounting holes. So, even if you have a thicker or thinner trailer than the one you see here, we are going to be able to fit that. So do the same thing, just push those through. Be sure to go to the hole straight across, just like that. Perfect. Go ahead and thread that on.So now we can go ahead and get it to where we want it. Again, I'm just going to put it where the old one sat, just like that. And we are going to take a 15 millimeter socket and wrench to get these tightened down. I'm not going to tighten them all the way initially. I'm just going to teeter-totter from one to the other, just to make sure it's going to be on there nice and even.Before moving forward, we do want to make sure that we aren't going to have any movement in these brackets here. And they're pretty solid. So now, all we got to do is put the wheel on. Pretty simple. Just down low. Take that off. There's going to be a little sleeve in there. We are going to just fit it through that hole, like so. And that's going to allow it to spin around this bolt which is going to be very helpful, especially when we put weight on it.So with that inserted, going to slide it in there and get that bolt through there, like that. It's going to be a bigger nut and bolt. So we are going to have to convert to a 19 millimeter. Just like that. And just like that, we are pretty much done. I hope this video helped you guys just understand what this jack is going to do for you. And maybe show you what you do like and what you don't like about these jacks.

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Fulton Snap-Ring Swivel Marine Jack with Fixed Length - 400 lbs - F1410050149

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (639 Customer Reviews)

Trailer tongue stand has a fixed height of 14-1/2" and swivels up and out of the way for travel. Features silver powder coat finish and durable, thermoplastic wheel. Inner tube measure 1-3/4" in diameter.


This is a great product that is better than advertised. Very solid and strong. Love the metal sleeve that goes in the wheel for it to spin around as the bolt guess through that to tighten against it. Very smooth operating wheel. E trailer price matched this for me as advertised. My only issue was that after torquing the mounting bolts to the prescribed 25 for pounds; the pivot up and down was rediculously tight. I remember reading in one review that Is need to heavily oil it and keep working it back and forth. That worked and is now very firm vs stuck. I'm sure it'll limber up after a few more uses. Other than that; you'll like this jack as I do. It seems to be able to handle more than 400 pounds... not that I need any where near that strength. I cut my for bolts and two mounting straps shorter so as to have as little as possible sticking out. This was the shortest trailer tongue jack I could find and an very pleased with it. Great product all around and Great customer service on the phone as well by email.

Gerald B.


Well, Folks, after a year of using trailer jack I have found it to work like day one! The only thing Ive done was to lubricate it with a silicone spray where the square plate spins. Id completely recommend this trailer jack.


IT a good quality, solid trailer jack meant for a small trailer. It bolted right on. Customer service is the best!


The jack is great quality and easy to install (see note below). etrailer shipped it quickly.

One comment: I have a lightweight folding trailer with a tongue that is not a full box section (it's open on the bottom, like a sideways "C"). The tongue is not really strong enough for a jack. Because the jack is offset from the tongue, the tongue twists. As well, the bottom open part of the tongue compresses when the bolts are tightened. The trailer manufacturer offers a simple lightweight jack stand, but because I really wanted a rolling wheel jack I went to the trouble of making modifications to install this jack without putting too much strain on the tongue. I'm happy with the way it turned out.

I would advise that you ensure your tongue is strong enough before purchasing this, or any similar bolt on jack. If you can twist your tongue by hand, as I can, it's probably not strong enough without some modification.


Great wheel for what I needed. It's short and sturdy. Maybe 30 mins to install. Now I can move motorcycle trailer easily.


All I needed it to do was keep the tongue out of the dirt on a small trailer, works great


I wanted
to put a jack on my utility trailer, but because of the diagonal braces that connect the tongue to the frame, there was not enough space. A standard swivel jack would fit, but it could not be moved to the upright position because it was blocked by the braces or frame. This jack fits and functions perfectly in that small space and is just the right height to keep a utility trailer level.


Just received and installed this trailer jack. Didn't expect a great deal fo the price. But I was very surprised at the quality and finish of this import product. Seems well constructed and the metal edges were rounded off, painted and not sharp. Very pleased with this purchase.


Works for me as expected. now I can move my small boat trailer around easily and the height is just right for my receiver.


Size is perfect for my application. Easy installation. Better yet was etrailer service, order shipped fast. Thanks etrailer!


Works great for my application on my log splitter. Makes life a lot easier.


I got a old boat trailer. With the easy shopping of and very reasonable pricing.
I now have a trailer for my some finders
Very happy customer.


perifct for what I was looking for. Very easy to install and very good quality.


etrailer without exception has the product that fits our needs at a reasonable cost compared to the large ebusiness types like [online store] not to mention the great product videos. Also you can discuss your needs with their experienced staff prior to buying which is very helpful.
Great company, great products and service!


Perfect height for the small pull behind trailer for the Harley.


had it on for a year. live on coast launched prob 100 times. spray it off real well and so far not a spot of rust on anything


This is a great company to do business with!


Easy to install and great back saver.


Installed easy and works great. Better than advertised.



Great value



just the right size for a tow dolly


I have not had my jack installed yet. I thought I might be able to use the existing mounting bracket from my Shelby 5784 jack but it looks like I need to have the old one replaced and have the new mounting bracket welded onto my trailer. Once I get the new one installed, it appears that this will be a great jack.


The Jack fit perfectly on my 1999 Triton boat trailer made by MFI. The trailer has the welded plate with a 2 1/2" center. The jack is attached by a snap ring (some call it a 'C' ring). As others have stated, use a decent snap ring plier and replacement is simple. I liked the new snap ring better than the original one so I used the new one. Jack works great!


it was what the product claimed to be...very fast right on the trailer it was made for

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