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Fulton Bolt-Thru Swivel Marine Jack - Bolt On - Sidewind - 10" Lift - 1,500 lbs

Fulton Bolt-Thru Swivel Marine Jack - Bolt On - Sidewind - 10" Lift - 1,500 lbs

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With corrosion-resistant zinc plating, a durable, poly wheel base and 15-1/2" retracted height, this swivel jack is perfect for marine and other recreational applications. Measures 12-1/2" from mounting bracket to top of jack. Lowest Prices for the best trailer jack from Fulton. Fulton Bolt-Thru Swivel Marine Jack - Bolt On - Sidewind - 10" Lift - 1,500 lbs part number FXP15 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Fulton Trailer Jack - FXP15

  • Side Frame Mount Jack
  • 1500 lbs
  • Sidewind Jack
  • No Drop Leg
  • Bolt-On
  • Fulton
  • Swivel Jack - Pull Pin
  • 10 Inch Lift
  • With Wheel

With corrosion-resistant zinc plating, a durable, poly wheel base and 15-1/2" retracted height, this swivel jack is perfect for marine and other recreational applications. Measures 12-1/2" from mounting bracket to top of jack.


  • Ideal for marine and recreational use
  • Convenient, spring-loaded, plunger-pin swivel feature
    • Swing up to stow parallel to tongue for travel
    • Move back into upright position for use
  • Z-Max 600 zinc finish provides superior corrosion resistance
    • 600-Hour salt spray rating
  • Bolt-Thru mount provides minimum deflection and maximum support
    • 3-D Formed, heavy-gauge steel stampings
    • Proprietary bushing material
  • Heavy-gauge steel construction
  • Sidewind design
  • Thermoplastic wheel and mounting bracket included


  • Application: 3" x 3" or 3" x 4" trailer frames
  • Bracket height:
    • 15-1/2" Retracted
    • 25-1/2" Extended
  • Lift: 10"
  • Clearance: 12-1/2" from mounting bracket to top of jack
  • Inner tube diameter: 2"
  • Outer tube diameter: 2-1/4"
  • Pull pin diameter: 1/2"
  • Wheel diameter: 8"
  • Lift capacity: 1,500 lbs
  • Uses an 8 pitch acme screw
    • Takes 8 turns of the handle to raise or lower the jack an inch
  • Limited 5-year warranty

XP15 0101 Fulton Marine and Recreational Bolt-Thru Swivel Jack, Sidewind, 10" Travel, 1,500 lbs

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

Video Transcript for Fulton Sidewind Bolt-Thru Swivel Marine Jack Review

Randy: Hey guys, it's Randy here at etrailer.com. Now, we're always looking for solutions for different problems that our customers are going to encounter. And in the marine jack world, corrosion is an issue. Especially if you're someone that's in a saltwater environment, you can tell after a while the jack's getting older. You're starting to see the fitting, starting to see the corrosion. Now, it doesn't mean they don't work.

They're still going to be very effective, but you do tend to lose some of that coloration and that nice, pure finish.What we're taking a look at today is a pretty basic Fulton style of marine jack. It's a pivoting jack, 10 inches of lift on it, an eight inch wheel. So it's what you're accustomed to. The biggest difference with this jack versus a lot of the other ones I see, it's the finish quality. They really have done an excellent job using the zinc 600 finish to ensure that if you're in the north and you're trailing your boat around on saltier type of roads or you're near the coast, or you're launching and coming in from the salt water, from brackish water, that your jack isn't going to corrode.

It is a 600 hour salt spray finish and it really has a great feel and it has a great look, and it's going to maintain that for much, much longer than we get out of standard zinc finishes on a lot of other marine jacks.Now, as you can see here, the bracket's been designed to work with both the three inch by three inch trailer tongues and the three inch by four inch. So regardless of which type you have, it's going to be an easy bolt on application. Now, if your brackets' already been welded, we'll show you after we install this one how you can easily switch this out for one of the other options that we have available. Now, I like some of the attention to detail that they've used as well. You can see here we've got a greaser.

That's going to allow us to add grease into our gear assembly here and make sure that it runs both really smoothly and that we don't have to worry about corrosion building up in there, causing us issues.Nice handle here. You can see the actual handle is going to have a tapered design and I like that as compared to just a standard straight handle. It gives you an area to grip and make sure your hand's going to stay centered. So whether you're raising it or lowering it, it's not going to be that big of a deal. You're also going to notice we've got a really large wheel here as compared to a lot of the other ones that are out there available.

This is going to be an eight inch diameter wheel, two inches wide, so even on softer surfaces, maybe grass, wet ground or even sand, it's going to help spread that energy out just a little bit more and help keep it from sinking down into the ground.Something else on marine jacks that's pretty nice, and especially this large wheel that makes it much easier, but as long as we have our jack retracted some, maybe halfway or lower, we can move our trailers around pretty easily. We can get them backed into the corner maybe where we couldn't before, and you can see that wheel swivels really easily and it gives us 360 degrees in movement. Something else I like about this type of jack, the pivoting jack, just by pulling our pin, we're able to get that up and out of the way. Runs right in line with our trailer there. There are fixed marine jacks and really, they do a good job. They'll lift your trailer up, but when we pivot that down, there's this much room that we don't have to crank our handle. Our wheel's down there close to the ground and it's not going to take us long to get it down and get the trailer lifted off our tongue or get it lifted up high enough to connect to our vehicle.Now, just to give you an idea of range, we've moved our jack down to its lowest position. It's going to be about 15 and a half inches from the ground, so that allows us to go down pretty low. And then with our jack in the highest position, you can see that 10 inches of travel really brings our tongue up quite a bit. Generally, that's going to be about 25 and a half. And one common problem that comes up with the marine and swivel jack is some people think that their wheel's not coming down. As we turn the handle, that you can see that wheel will spin. Basically, the handle's just driving a big screw that goes down in through the center. So what you'll need to do if your wheel does spin, just place your foot aside. You can see that'll allow the screw to do its work. It's nice that we have the swivel motion here to help us maneuver around, but the same time, when it spins, if you don't catch it, it's not going to go anywhere.All in all, I think this is an excellent marine jack. Has a 1,500 pound lift capacity, so that's going to handle a lot of very large boats. One tip I'll give you there with jack, though, always buy a jack that's heavier than what you need. This tongue on this boat trailer maybe six, 700 pounds, so we can put a 750 pound capacity jack on here. We're just going to be putting excess strain on it. We go with this 1,500 pound Jack, very easy to operate, very easy to move and it's probably going to last the life of the trailer. This is definitely a jack I would own. I like how smooth it is and I like how the finish quality is really nice. As comparing this to another jack that we have, MJ-1500B, it's also a very good choice. Now, it doesn't have quite the finish quality on it. The wheel's not as large and I'd really pick either one of them. Especially if I was in a saltwater situation though, I'd go with this one. I think the finish is going to last a lot better on this one than on the other one, but for boats of this size or even up to your run-abouts, your ski boats, things like that, both of them are great choices.As far as the installation process goes, it's really straightforward. You can see we've got our bracket here, mounts to the bracket here. We're going to use the bolts provided with the nylon lock nuts there and basically, you can see I've got it started. I've got the bolt going through the single hole on this one, top hole on this one, and we're just going to set that down and around the tongue of our trailer. Now, when we hang onto it, we'll take our bolt. This is going to go through the hole closest to the bottom of our tongue there. Then we want to pass it through the hole in our bracket on the other side. Once we have that bolt pass through, take our nylon lock nut. We'll thread it on there and do the same thing for the other one.Now, once we get our four bolts started there, we'll use a 14 millimeter. You can also use a 9/16ths, and we want to just start snugging them up. We'll torque them down to the specifications listed in the instructions once we get them all snug. Once we have the four bolts torqued down, that takes care of the installation of this jack to the tongue. But let's say your bracket was welded on and instead of doing the add on bracket, you're just going to be doing the jack. You can see it connects right here to the plate that's going to be on your trailer. In that situation, you're just going to need a couple wrenches. You will see there's a bolt that passes through this bracket into the bracket on our jack. So, you'll hold it on the back side and loosen the nut here. There's a bushing right in there behind it. You want to keep that. Then you'll just stick the new jack on, put the bushing and nut back in place, and your hack will be back and ready to goNow, at that point, we'll just want to operate out jack, let it go down, make contact with the ground, take the weight off our trailer, and we'll be ready to go.

Customer Reviews

Fulton Bolt-Thru Swivel Marine Jack - Bolt On - Sidewind - 10" Lift - 1,500 lbs - FXP15

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (16 Customer Reviews)

With corrosion-resistant zinc plating, a durable, poly wheel base and 15-1/2" retracted height, this swivel jack is perfect for marine and other recreational applications. Measures 12-1/2" from mounting bracket to top of jack.

- FXP15

I had ordered a trailer jack from another company. I needed it for my boat trailer. I called the company 3 days later to check on delivery date. I was told it was cancelled and I had been sent an email to the fact. I told them No one had told me and I was in a mess because of a fishing tournament this weekend. I was told they could not help. At this point I looked up Fulton Jacks and found etrailer.I had never heard of this company but decided to call them. I dialed the # and a "very nice" lady answered and wanted to know how she could help. I gave her my order and paid for 2 day delivery. She said she would take the order to shipping Dept. as soon as she hung up. In 2 days I had my jack-installed and on the water. I know who etrailer is and their Great Employee PAT Is and will tell my fishing buddies! It is hard to find a company and employee who give this great service! Thanks Pat for great service, tracking info and delivery on time. I am a happy camper and will think of you guys first next time. 382539

Jack doing great. Thanks for following up. I was in sales for 40 years and service and product knowledge is still tops. Hope that never changes. Price is not my number 1 concern.
Frank F - 05/23/2018


- FXP15

I received exactly what I ordered on the exact delivery date at a reasonable cost. The online tutorials are great. 805419

- FXP15

This company is excellent to work with. They really want and appreciate your business. Very polite and eager to please. 801218

- FXP15

East to install. Works great after a season. No corrosion from being outside for the winter. 799545

- FXP15

Thank you for your advise and excellent service. The product was delivered on time. 692992

- FXP15

You get what you pay for. Well made product. Puts my factory trailer jack to shame. 668630

- FXP15

Fit just like specs predicted thanks to your great on line explanations . a very sturdy jack ! thank you ! 466945

- FXP15

Substantially built. Very nice piece of machinery. 438814

- FXP15

Not only is the quality great,, but etrailer has enough description about the product, that I was sure it would fit when I got it. Excellant service too!! 426745

Every thing is working just great. I purchased these items so that I could tow my boat with my Sienna van. All the items fit perfectly and are preforming as I had hoped. Thanks
Bill L - 09/01/2018


- FXP15

I am entirely satisfied with my purchase! I can now maneuver my trailer around even with a full load prior to hitching up to my car. No more lifting!! I only wish that I had bought it 5 years sooner! Well worth the price. 313704

- FXP15

Order product, had in 2 days. Pulled out of box and had it easily installed in about 10 minutes. Product was very heavy duty and a nice upgraded to an old weld-on jack that I had to cut off my boat. The bolt on was nice since I do not know how to weld and it seems very sturdy for a 24' pontoon trailer. 162152

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Good Product and good price. Fast Shipp ing. 158979

- FXP15

Great product and most of all fantastic customer service. Thanks Suzanne. You did a wonderful job answering all of my questions and researching the product for me to make sure it was the right purchase. 105961

- FXP15

A little tricky to mount, but once adjusted, it works great! 91545

- FXP15

I have purchased from your company before. I have three trailers total and have bought the bolt on trailer jacks which enables the ease with which we can move the trailers around. The communication from your staff is always fast and comprehensive and I have never had any produce fail . I am a happy customer of etrailer! Debbie D 75518

- FXP15

Item was as advertised and was promptly shipped. Nice service. 16784


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    The Fulton jack # FXP15, is not meant to be mounted through the center bolt. It is designed to use the included mounting hardware that fits around the trailer frame. This will allow it to operate correctly and support the weight it is rated for (1,500 pounds). You can use the Fulton jack, # FXP15W. This unit requires a mounting plate, # P9012-00, that welds to the trailer frame.
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    The Fulton Bolt-Thru Swivel Marine Jack # FXP15 does feature a caster wheel that rotates to make it easier to move your boat trailer around. You can see this in the linked video at the 4-minute mark. The entire jack also swivels on its mount to allow you to stow it in a horizontal position when travelling and to lower it when you need to unhitch the trailer.
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  • Recommended Replacement Swivel Jack with 10 Inch Lift and Bolt-On Attachment
    Atwood has been bought out and is no longer making the jacks. For your replacement, I recommend the Fulton Bolt-Thru Swivel Marine Jack # FXP15W. This will come with the wheel, the 10 inches for lift and will bolt into place on your trailer to the welded plate. I've attached a video to assist. If you don't have a plate on your trailer, then # FXP15 will also include the bracket to mount.
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  • Can I Replace My Trailer Jack With A Jack That Has a Wheel
    The Fulton Bolt-Thru Swivel Marine Jack # FXP15 will be the replacement part you are looking for. It has a wheel and will fit the same bracket that you now have installed on your trailer. Please note that the Bulldog Trailer Jack # BD154107 that you mentioned has a lift capacity of 2,000 lbs, while the Fulton Bolt-Thru # FXP15 has a lift capacity of 1,500 lbs. You will want to make sure that you don't go over this limit while using this jack.
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