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Pro Series Round, A-Frame Jack - Topwind - 14" Lift - 2,000 lbs

Pro Series Round, A-Frame Jack - Topwind - 14" Lift - 2,000 lbs

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Ideal for multiple agricultural and commercial applications, this standard A-frame jack features an 8" retracted height and measures 11" from the mounting bracket to the top, excluding the handle. Base sold separately. Lowest Prices for the best trailer jack from Pro Series. Pro Series Round, A-Frame Jack - Topwind - 14" Lift - 2,000 lbs part number PSEA20000103 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Pro Series Trailer Jack - PSEA20000103

  • A-Frame Jack
  • 2000 lbs
  • Topwind Jack
  • No Drop Leg
  • Pro Series
  • Standard A-Frame Jack
  • Bolt-On
  • Weld-On
  • 14 Inch Lift
  • No Wheel or Foot

Ideal for multiple agricultural and commercial applications, this standard A-frame jack features an 8" retracted height and measures 11" from the mounting bracket to the top, excluding the handle. Base sold separately.


Features:

  • Utility jack is perfect for agricultural and commercial applications
  • Precision-fit parts provide exceptional stability and reliability
  • Weld-on/bolt-on bracket mounts to any standard A-frame coupler
  • Outer and inner tubes have black paint finish
  • Topwind handle has smooth, ergonomic design for easy cranking
  • Footplate or caster assembly sold separately


Specs:

  • Bracket height:
    • 8" Retracted
    • 22" Extended
  • Lift: 14"
  • Clearance: 11" from mounting bracket to top of jack
  • Inner tubing diameter: 2"
  • Outer tubing: 2-1/4"
  • Lift capacity: 2,000 lbs
  • Limited 1-year warranty


EA20000103 Pro Series Round A-Frame Jack - Topwind - 14" Travel - 2,000 lbs

EA2000 Fulton A-Frame Utility Trailer Jack - Round, Topwind, 2,000 lbs




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Video of Pro Series Round, A-Frame Jack - Topwind - 14" Lift - 2,000 lbs

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Video Transcript for Pro Series Trailer Jack - A-Frame Jack - PSEA20000103 Review

Today, were going to review part number PSEA20000103. This is the Pro Series Round, A-Frame Topwind Jack. This standard A-Frame Jack is a nice utility jack which is perfect for agricultural and commercial applications. This is made of precision fit parts which would provide exceptional stability and reliability. This does have a welled-on or bolt-on mounting bracket which will mount to any standard A-Frame trailer. This triangle part right here is the mounting bracket.

The three elongated holes would be used if youre going to bolt it on. The distance between the center of each hole is 3 inches, and that is the industry standard on A-frame trailers. If you have a jack on your A-frame trailer that is bolted on, it should be at to 3-inch industry standard dimension. The outer and the inner tubes have a black paint finish. This is a topwind jack so the handle is at the top.

It has a smooth ergonomic design for easy cranking. Now, this jack does not come with any base. That is sold separately. You could get a footplate or a wheel caster assembly. Just to give you a few dimensions on this jack.

The clearance which would be from the mounting bracket to the top of the jack is going to be 11 inches. This jack is in the retracted position; it is fully retracted, so the measurement from the bottom of the tube to the mounting bracket is going to be 8 inches in the fully retracted position. Now, this jack in the fully extended position, which I have right here, same jack, its just all the way extended out. The measurement from the bottom to the mounting bracket is going to be 22 inches. This jack will have a lift of 14 inches and basically that is the 8-inch retracted dimension subtracted from the 22-inch extended dimension.

That will give you a 14-inch lift. The inner tubing is a 2-inch diameter; the outer tubing is a 2-1/4-inch diameter. This jack does have a lift capacity of 2,000 pounds, and it does come with the limited one-year warranty. Now, I want to show you the bases that you could purchase separately that would fit on to this. The first one would be a footplate which is part number PS1400700340 and basically it would have a pin and clip that you would remove and align the holes with the holes in the jack and then just insert the pin to hold it into place and then the safety clip. Now, you would have a jack with a footplate installed. The other choice would be the wheel caster assembly, which is this part right here. That is part number PS1400750340, and this would install the same way, you remove the pin and clip, align the holes with the inner tube and there would be you jack with the caster assembly all attached to it. This product does have a limited one-year warranty. That should do it for our review on part number PSEA20000103.


Customer Reviews

Pro Series Round, A-Frame Jack - Topwind - 14" Lift - 2,000 lbs - PSEA20000103

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (124 Customer Reviews)

Ideal for multiple agricultural and commercial applications, this standard A-frame jack features an 8" retracted height and measures 11" from the mounting bracket to the top, excluding the handle. Base sold separately.

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It was a great jack for our trailer 356038



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Quick shipment, and all included as advertised. A++ 641749



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Perfect replacement fit, very good communication. Jack was not in stock but I was promptly notified and given other options. Stuck with original choice, which was shipped and delivered in the time framed given. The hardest part of installation was the motorcycle ride to Ace on a beautiful 60 degree December day to get new bolts. 233690


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The jack does its job, it has been up and down several times.
bodyhack - 12/12/2016

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Great price,and very fast delivery . looks and feels very solid, I would recommend to friends. 749096



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Product got here four days earlier than expected and they gave me free shipping. 723410



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Jack works great come very fast 719565



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Product arrived earlier than expected, perfect fit, works as expected. 716396



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Very quick shipment, product was delivered as advertised. Really like the service from etrailer on a consistent basis! 698324



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Quality as advertised. Packaging a bit damaged but contents were fine and fit perfectly! 680833



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Perfect replacement for the original jack on my trailer 674586



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Great product 613392



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Inexpensive 592485



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Great job 580027



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The trailer jacks were perfect fit and man they make cranking up that trailer a breeze 524309



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This is solid gear for a great price, I recommend it and would be happy to buy it again 513128



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Perfect for my camper..well built...an the price was right. 501138



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Everything ordered was received very quickly. All items purchased were true to fit. Would definitely purchase additional items from etrailer and highly recommend them. 492149



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Easy website store... fast shipping! 468924



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Fit perfectly and I removed the side frame jack which struggled at times. 460392



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Fast delivery, easy set up, happy custo mer! 431592



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Very please with the product and the delivery time. Thanks guys. 429602



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Works great fast and reasonable shipping 422674



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I would like to take this time to let you know that I appreciated your very quick service as well as your excellent products. Thanks again and I will be letting my friends know about you in the future. Thanks again, Ed 411284



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Hey! It's a trailer jack. It appears of quality construction and works smoothly. The price was fair and the delivery was immediate. thanx etrailer po 395267



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Excellent quality , at a good price . Would buy from etrailer.com again . 384938


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    When looking at electric A-frame jacks, the important weight to consider on your trailer is its tongue weight. This is the weight that the jack will actually be lifting and not its total loaded weight. A trailer's tongue weight should be 10 to 15 percent of its total weight. If your trailer has an empty weight of 5,824 pounds, we can estimate a dry tongue weight of around 580 to 875 pounds. Note though that you will want to also account for the loaded cargo weight as well when the trailer...
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    Like you said there are some stabilizer jacks and even some winches that will allow you to attach a drill to raise/lower or reel in legs or line much faster. But there are no A-frame jacks, or any regular trailer tongue jacks, that I have seen that have this type of feature. If manually cranking the handle starts to be a chore the best option is to go with an electric jack. The most cost effective one is Ultra-Fab jack # UF38-944037 rated for 3,500 pounds.
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  • Determining Height of Pro Series A-Frame Jack # PSEA20000103 for Tailgate Clearance
    I went out to our warehouse to take some measurements on the Pro Series A-Frame Jack # PSEA20000103 that you referenced and found that there is a distance of 11 inches from the mounting bracket just to the top of the jack tube. From the mounting bracket up to the top of the handle there is a distance of 14 inches. I have attached an image to assist. If this pushes you over the height needed to stay under your truck's tailgate I recommend taking a look at the Ultimate Jack # 322-RDJ-2K,...
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  • Trailer Jack Solution For Jack that Hits Tailgate When Down
    The # PSEA20000103 is one of the shortest A-frame jacks we offer from the mounting bracket to the top of the jack at 11 inches. The best solution I can recommend would be to go with a side mounted trailer jack like part # PS1400300303 that would install on the trailer frame behind where your current jack is so that you would have tailgate clearance when needed.
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    To grease the gears on the Pro Series Round, A-Frame Jack, # PSEA20000103, you would need to remove the handle and top plate to expose the gears. The gears come already greased but if more is needed, you would have to completely remove the old grease (not all greases are compatible with each other) before adding the new grease like LubriMatic LMX Industrial Strength Grease, # L11390.
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  • 2,000 lb A-Frame Jack Recommendation
    I was able to find the first jack you referenced, the EA2000103, and it is basically just a topwind, a-frame jack with a 2,000 lb capacity. For a jack that is basically identical you would want the Pro Series Jack part # PSEA20000103. Check out the review video I attached for more info as well. From the top of the jack to the bottom of the mounting bracket this jack measures 11 inches. From the bracket to the bottom of the jack when fully extended it is 22 inches, fully retracted 8 inches.
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  • Trailer Jack Weight Capacities for Lifting and Holding Weight
    A trailer tongue jack like Pro Series # PSEA20000103 has a rated lift capacity of 2000-lbs. Two of them would have twice the capacity but this type of jack is typically used singly on an A-Frame trailer. Other types of jacks like a 5th wheel dual-jack landing gear kit # BD500162 consists of two separate but interconnected jacks each able to lift 4000-lbs which gives this kit its overall 8K rating. In comparison a stabilizer scissor jack like # UF48-979002 will have a much higher weight...
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  • Why Does an A-Frame Trailer Jack Get Difficult to Crank
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  • Which Support Plate Can be Used with Pro Series A-Frame Trailer Jack # PSEA20000103
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  • Outside Dimensions of the Outer and and Inner Tube on the Pro Series A-Frame Top Wind Trailer Jack
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  • Trailer Jack Wheel Recommendation for Pro Series Trailer Jack part # PSEA20000103
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  • What are The Dimensions of the Jack Housing On The Pro Series Trailer Jack, # PSEA20000103
    On the Pro Series Trailer Jack, # PSEA20000103, the measurement from the the mounting bracket to the top of the housing is 11 inches. The measurement of just the jack housing below the mounting plate is 7 inches. The jack will stick out another inch on the bottom housing when fully retracted. I also have the Pro Series Trailer Jack, # PS1401000303, which is a topwind, 2,000 lbs. jack. It measures 16 inches from the mounting bracket to the top of the housing. The measurement of the jack...
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  • Length of Pro Series 2K A-Frame Trailer Jack from Mounting Bracket to Bottom and Pin Hole Diameter
    On the Pro Series Round, A-Frame Trailer Jack, # PSEA20000103, it measures 8 inches from the mounting bracket to the bottom of the inner tube. For the footplate, # PS1400700340, or the Wheel, # PS1400750340, (both fit this jack) the pin diameter is 5/16 of an inch and the length is 2-3/4 inches. The slotted holes on the mounting bracket measure 7/16 inches wide by 7/8 inches long. They are 3 inches apart on center.
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  • Is a Base or Wheel Needed when Ordering the Pro Series Round A-Frame Jack
    The Pro Series Round, A-Frame Jack - Topwind - 14 inch Lift - 2,000 lbs, item # PSEA20000103, does not come with a footplate base, item # PS1400700340, or a wheel, item # PS1400750340, so that you can determine the best option for your setup and purchase accordingly. You would need to order a footplate if you park your trailer in a stationary position and do not need to move the trailer when not hooked to a vehicle. If you need to be able to move your trailer when it is not attached...
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  • Would the Pro Series Round, A-Frame Jack # PSEA20000103 fit a 3-1/4 inch Bolt Pattern on Trailer
    The standard bolt pattern for a-frame jacks is 3 on 3 inch. However, if you look at the mounting flange of the Pro Series Round, A-Frame Jack # PSEA20000103 you will see that the mounting holes are slotted and allow for a bit of wiggle room there. An extra 1/4 inch wouldn't be a problem at all. This jack would work well for you, it has a 2,000 lb capacity so it would work well on your trailer.
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