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Fulton XLT Powered Drive Trailer Jack - Drop Leg - Side Mount - 22" Lift - 2,500 lbs

Fulton XLT Powered Drive Trailer Jack - Drop Leg - Side Mount - 22" Lift - 2,500 lbs

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This electric side-mount jack offers 14" of screw travel. Spring-loaded pull pin quickly releases the 8" drop leg. 3 LED lights allow easy setup at night. Sealed surfaces resist corrosion. Fits 3" to 5" trailer frames. Lowest Prices for the best trailer jack from Fulton. Fulton XLT Powered Drive Trailer Jack - Drop Leg - Side Mount - 22" Lift - 2,500 lbs part number F141401 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-1624 for expert service.
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Fulton Trailer Jack - F141401

  • Side Frame Mount Jack
  • 2001 - 3000 lbs
  • Electric Jack
  • Drop Leg
  • Bolt-On
  • Fixed Mount Jack
  • 22 Inch Lift
  • With Foot
  • Fulton

This electric side-mount jack offers 14" of screw travel. Spring-loaded pull pin quickly releases the 8" drop leg. 3 LED lights allow easy setup at night. Sealed surfaces resist corrosion. Fits 3" to 5" trailer frames.


Features:

  • Electric marine jack lets you lift and lower your trailer quickly and easily
  • Powered drive provides quiet operation and efficient use of electrical power
    • No more hand cranking
  • Weatherproof on/off and retract/extend toggle switches are easy to access
  • Automatic-reset circuit breaker prevents overextension
  • Self-healing Sharkskin finish offers a 1,200-hour salt spray rating on exterior jack surfaces
    • Ideal for use on a boat or snowmobile trailer
    • Durable enough for saltwater applications
  • Clear ZMax finish offers a 600-hour salt spray rating on internal components
  • Black housing with sleek design protects motor
    • UV- and impact-resistant thermoplastic construction
  • Durable stainless steel ACME screw resists corrosion
  • 3 LED lights make it easy to set up at night
  • 4" - 6" Overlap of tubes at full extension provides additional support for side loading
  • Spring-loaded pull pin quickly releases the drop leg into position
    • No more worrying about losing the pin
  • Emergency, ratchet-style crank socket
    • 3/4" Deep well socket inserts into end of drive collar - ratchet clockwise to retract, counterclockwise to extend
  • Simple bolt-on installation to the side of your trailer
    • Zinc-coated mounting brackets and hardware are included
    • Wires to 12-volt power source


Specs:

  • Application: fits 3" to 5" trailer frames
  • Bracket height:
    • 9-3/4" Retracted
    • 31-3/4" Extended
  • Total lift: 22"
    • Screw travel: 14"
    • Drop leg travel: 8"
  • Inner tube diameter: 2"
  • Outer tube diameter: 2-1/4"
  • Lift capacity: 2,500 lbs
  • Footplate diameter: 5"
  • 5-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.



141401 Fulton XLT Powered Drive Marine Jack - Drop Leg - Side Mount - 22" Lift - 2,500 lbs




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Customer Reviews

Fulton XLT Powered Drive Trailer Jack - Drop Leg - Side Mount - 22" Lift - 2,500 lbs - F141401

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (31 Customer Reviews)

This electric side-mount jack offers 14" of screw travel. Spring-loaded pull pin quickly releases the 8" drop leg. 3 LED lights allow easy setup at night. Sealed surfaces resist corrosion. Fits 3" to 5" trailer frames.

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Installation was a breeze and only required a few common household tools.... As you can see by the before and after pictures the finished product looks great and works better than I anticipated AND the best part about my new electric trailer jack is no more cranking on that old manual trailer jack.



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Looks lik3e a good product. Shipping is a different story. Box was ripped open at one point and somebody taped it up (shippers don't do this. Missing a two of the mounting nuts.


Comments
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-- Etrailer Expert Brooke M - 09/16/2021


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Very easy to mount. Seems like a well built product and it is working well. I have it on a 28 foot boat trailer and my only complaint is that is seems a bit weak lifting it up. I mounted a standalone battery on the trailer so I do not have to use the vehicle power. It still moves it up fine but seems like it is struggling a little.



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I was unsure as how to rate this order. etrailer did an excellent job in taking and processing my order. On the other hand, there were issues with shipping. My order was delivered to the wrong address, the box was very badly damaged and missing a part. I have installed the jack and it appears to be working.



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by: 10/05/2021

Used 6x bought 6 months ago and stopped working. No light at all. There is no information any where on how to troubleshoot this. I emailed customer support and the company is a joke. I have since emailed 4x asking for help and for them to contact me with any info. Can you imagine a jack failing like this and them never answering your contacts. The only email I got was we received your email and our warranty group is busy right now. That’s it. Jacks are so important to using your RV don’t trust your precious time or headaches to a company that doesn’t stand behind their products. I had read other bad reviews but decided to try it thinking I would get a few years but it didn’t even last 6 months. And I thought the company would stand behind the product but I was so wrong.


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We will have customer service contact you.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 10/14/2021


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Installed on 14’ open/flat bed, tandem wheel trailer, for non-marine use. Trailer stored outside when not in use. No deterioration from being in the elements. Looks new. Easy to install. Has functioned flawlessly during first year of use.


Comments
Reliable. No issues 1 yr+ service. Well worth cost in reduced effort ability to easily manage challenges of uneven, wet terrain without frustration.
Randy S - 11/15/2020


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My husband hurt his back and could no longer help me hitch and unhitch their boat, and I was really struggling to do it by myself... this motorized jack was an answer to my prayers. I have a 20’ Mastercraft X2 wakeboard boat and this jack handles it without any issue. My husband used the included wires to hook up a connection which plugs into the connection at the back of the truck where the trailer lights connect- I think this might take some electrical knowledge but works great for us.



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Had the jack on my three axle boat trailer with a 30’ powerboat and has always worked excellent



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it was very easy to install and it works great, a lot easier than cranking the trailer wheel up or down



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It works great and was extremely easy to install. Thank you..!!!!!



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Amazing so far and wishing I had done this a LONG time ago! It's understandably slowish, but who cares. Super easy. Flip the switch and sit back. I power mine with a portable jumper box from Harbor Freight so I don't have to worry about a battery getting stolen off the trailer.



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This product does just what it claims to do. I have suffered with a cranking jack for 7 years and this powered jack makes things amazingly easy.



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Works well as it should! No problems at all 1 year out. As I have it powered by the same power as my trailer tilt battery, it is always powered for use. I don’t really use the light so no comment there. Adequate lift with a well loaded trailer. I do wish it was a little faster, but not a big issue.



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The first Jack I received was faulty. The manual lift feature would not work. I contacted the company and they sent me a new within a week. Awesome response. The new jack works great.



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Great product, easy installation works flawlessly.



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So far I love it. It was easy and straight forward to install. I have yet to decide how to power it permanently. Plenty of travel to connect to all of my vehicles. I also like that I can operate it manually if necessary.



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it is strong but when you get close to the end of travel it squeaks and makes noise



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Nice unit well made



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Shipping was much faster than expected! Very happy with the product, as described and works great.



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Works very good



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Great product works well wish I had bought it sooner



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Excellent response time.



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Ask the Experts about this Fulton Trailer Jack

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    I may have a different option for you, but there is not a wheel kit available for the Fulton XLT Powered Driver Trailer Jack # F141401 you were looking at. The above jack is the only powered side mount jack offered but since no wheel is available you will need to decide on if you want a wheel or the power jack. If you decide having a wheel is more important I recommend the Dutton-Lainson Square Swivel Jack w/ 3" Wide Wheel - Sidewind - 12" Lift - 1,700 lbs # DL22339 due to it having...
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    You could use a 2-pole connector like the # HM47965 to wire the Fulton XLT Powered Drive Trailer Jack # F141401 to connect to the power and ground wire on the jack and route it to your vehicle battery, but a much easier way is just adding a 7-way connector # PK12706 to the jack wiring so you can power the jack by your tow vehicles 7-way connector. To do this you would connect the black wire to the 1 o'clock spot when looking at the back of the connector, and connecting the white wire...
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  • Mounting Bolt Pattern on Fulton XLT Trailer Jack # 141401
    The Fulton XLT Powered Drive Trailer Jack # F141401 has a bracket that is made for 3x3 to 3x5 inch frames using the included hardware. It can use other hardware as needed for your application and the mounting holes are 5-1/2 inches on center wide and 1 inch on center vertically with the exception of the space in the middle being 1-7/16 inches on center. I've attached a diagram and a video to assist.
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  • Can Fulton XLT Powered Drive Trailer Jack Be Powered by Truck's 7-Way Connector
    The 12V circuit from your truck's 7-Way isn't typically the best source to power a higher-rated accessory like the Fulton XLT Powered Drive Trailer Jack # F141401 that you referenced. You might be able to operate the jack in this manner but it will likely be slow going and you may blow a fuse under the hood depending on the type of load you're looking at. The best way to power an electric jack really is with a dedicated 12V battery like you mentioned. This will ensure quick and reliable...
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  • Amperage Draw For Fulton XLT Powered Trailer Jack and is Circuit Protection Needed
    I spoke with my contact at Fulton and he told me that the max amperage the Fulton XLT jack part # F141401 would draw is 15 amps before it would trip it's internal breaker. This breaker automatically resets itself. Because of that there's no need to have any circuit protection on the circuit that powers this.
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    For an electric jack that will work great with your boat trailer, I highly recommend the Fulton XLT Powered Drive Trailer Jack # F141401. This is an electric, side-mount jack that will provide you with 14 inches of travel and a lift capacity of 2,500 pounds. This high capacity will allow the jack to work well below its limits on your trailer, which will lead to a longer lifespan. The jack also features a self-healing Sharkskin finish with a 1,200-hour salt spray rating that makes it ideal...
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    I checked with Fulton and they don't offer replacement u-bolts for the Fulton XLT Powered Drive Trailer Jack part # F141401. That said, we do offer plenty of replacement u-bolts that could be used with said jack you'd just need to measure and then choose the correct replacement from the list below.
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    As long as the frame on your Hoosier trailer is 3 inches wide and no more than 5 inches tall, you will be good to go. The Fulton XLT Powered Drive Trailer Jack # F141401 will fit a 3"x3" to 3"x5" frame and the Buyers Products Straight Tongue Trailer Coupler # 3370091562 will fit a 3" wide tongue, so as long as your trailer matches this, these will definitely be good options. With that being said, I do always suggest using a break away system and this will require a battery to be mounted....
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