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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

Item # PSEA20000103
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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. Great 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 or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Pro Series Trailer Jack - PSEA20000103

  • Car Hauler
  • Enclosed Trailer
  • Utility Trailer
  • 1001 - 2000 lbs
  • Topwind Jack
  • Bolt-On
  • Weld-On
  • A-Frame Jack
  • Leveling Jacks
  • Tongue Jacks
  • 14 Inch Lift
  • No Wheel or Foot
  • Steel
  • Pro Series

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.


  • 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


  • 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

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.

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

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

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (793 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.


use these jacks all the time


This side wind jack mounted on my Look cargo trailer in minutes. Now my tailgate has the clearance to open when I need items in the bed of my truck.


Wow! This is a quality jack for the price. I just needed a simple, light duty jack as a replacement for the original one on a small cargo trailer. Even thought its weight rating was the same as the original, close inspection revealed that is constructed of noticeably heavier components. It was a direct replacement except for some minor fitting through the existing hole in the "A" frame trailer tongue. I am a returning customer to and will continue to do in the future. As far as I am concerned, they set the "gold standard" for the way online businesses should operate. They make the whole buying process (product selection, payment, shipping, etc.) simple and user-friendly. Way to go etrailer!

Ben R.


Thanks for checking in with me.I am still extremely pleased with both products! Great quality and reasonably priced. Etrailer is FIRST CLASS. I have told all my friends that etrailer is the ONLY place to shop for all towinghauling accessories because you have knowledgeable staff, great customer service and fantastic prices!


The trailer part was delivered on time and the unit was the right item, the first time.


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.



The jack does its job, it has been up and down several times.


I bought this to replace the factory original I destroyed by not getting the trailer hooked up right. I ground off the footplate and about an inch of the jack tube before I got stopped. This jack fit the bolt holes perfectly, once I realized the back two mounting holes are actually 3 1/4 in. apart... not 3 in! The jack, based on the "industry standard of 3 in." actually does have a front and a back. The decal is on the front. (Um... I'm new at this.)


I received my product and after reading the reviews prior to ordering I was looking forward to the easy install.
when I received it and started the install, I found I was done in about five minutes!! It was straight forward and fit just like to original without a hitch!!! the jack was of great quality and worked like a charm! Thanks!!


Jack was priced right for sure. I had to take a dremel tool and widen the bottom hole on the tongue so that it would fit down in the hole but once done, the job looks and works great..


Perfect replacement for the original jack on my trailer



The jack has been working great, I added a grease fitting to be able to lube the inside which makes it smoother to operate


This tongue jack has a very hardy construction that simply feels strong when handled, but at the same time requires little effort to crank. My one gripe would be that it doesn't come with mounting bolts, so you'll have to go out and purchase your own separately. Overall, I am confident in my choice of new hardware for an old trailer.


Excellent product quality. Great initial service.

Would recommend to anyone needing a trailer jack.

Jim H.


It’s working fine.Thanks foe checking


Easy to install. The old one was welded and had it cut off and then managed to bolt this one on. No problems after a year and handles the weight of the small cargo trailer fully loaded with no problems. Product was good quality and delivered promptly.


My order was shipped the same day it was placed (I ordered in the am) and arrived 3 days later!! Awesome. The tongue jack is of good quality and seems to be adequate for the job. Installation was a breeze as the fit was perfect. Just be sure you save the bolts and nuts from your previous jack as they are not included.


The delivery was exceptional. The product was exactly what I needed for my trailer. And, best of all, the cost was about half of the price that I would have paid if I had purchased the same trailer jack from the manufacturer of my trailer. I am extremely pleased with the overall purchase experience from etrailer.


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


I bought this to replace the 1000lb jack on my boat trailer that someone hit while plowing and bent it. I settled on this one because of the price and installed height. (My old one was also too tall to allow me to lower the tailgate) this one installed easy, works as it should and even seems smother than the old one was before it was damaged. I would definetly buy another one if i needed to.


Exact replacement for my 7000lb flat bed trailer. Easy installation. One problem was that the bolt slots were wider then the slots on the OEM jack so I had to use washers to ensure a tight fir against the bolt heads.


I have seldom used a retail portal with the features and information that etrailer has. As a first time user, it made a hard to find part easy to find and identify for my application. Shipping was instantaneous, packaging was extra sturdy. Explanatory text made sure I stayed on the right track.

I'll be back!


Worked like a charm! Easy installation, easy turn handle and lifted great on a 10,000 lb trailer with 800 lbs of tongue weight.


needed to add one to a garden tractor hauler. nice fit.


I replaced the jack on the tongue of my big trailer with a jack from etrailer. I am very impressed with the quality of the jack and the fit was perfect. Based on this experience I bookmarked etrailer and recommend you at least give them a look.


On Time and the right partOne rarely gets a part that fits without any fiddling around but the trailer jack I ordered was a bolt on job with no problems. It came in 2 days and arrived on the day before Christmas. Thanks etrailer for the good work.


Needed replacement trailer jack on short notice

eTrailer had a great price, shipped the trailer jack within 24 hours and I had it installed in four days from my order date.

Great product value and excellent service

Highly recommend eTrailer




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


Product is terrific, great price and customer service. Recommend however, you include "all" hardware for installation instead of telling the customer they have to go out and buy their own nuts, bolts, washers etc. I had to delay installation and travel to the hardware store. Would have been seamless if the bolts etc were included.

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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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  • What Size Hole is the Pro Series Jack PSEA20000103 Designed to Fit
    If you can find a way to widen the hole on your trailer that is used for mounting a trailer jack the # PSEA20000103 that you referenced would work well for you. The outer tubing of this jack is 2-1/4 inches so depending on your trailer you could find a hole saw in this size or just use a grinder like a dremel to widen it. I would recommend only going wide enough for the jack to install and not any further.
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  • How Far Apart Are The Bolt Holes On The Fulton Pro Series Round, A-Frame Jack, # PSEA20000103
    On the Fulton Pro Series Round, A-Frame Jack, # PSEA20000103, the bolt holes on the triangle mounting flange are 3 inches from center of one hole to the center of the next hole. They are equally spaced apart and they are elongated for easier installation.
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  • What To Do if Trailer Jack Breaks Nut From Assembly and Stops Functioning
    The nut you are seeing in the inner pipe is not designed to be replaced. It sounds as if your jack was wound past is working limit and either broke or ruined the threads on the lift rod. You will need to replace the jack, if this is the case.
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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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  • Why Does an A-Frame Trailer Jack Get Difficult to Crank
    I spoke with my contact at Fulton jacks and he stated that what you are describing is a symptom of the jack screw inside the jack seizing up. Jack companies don't make the internals of their jacks easily accessible for cleaning and lubrication. Typically to get them apart requires quite a bit of work and then they are nearly impossible to get back together properly. You can try lubricating the jack from the bottom of the inner leg up into the top of the jack, but it's going to be much...
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  • Differences Between Pro Series Trailer Jack # PSEA20000103 and # PSEA20000340
    The only difference between the Pro Series trailer jack # PSEA20000103 and # PSEA20000340 is the finish. The part # PSEA20000340 is zinc coated steel and the # PSEA20000103 is powder coated black. Both are corrosion resistant finishes but power coating is better in that regard so that would be what I would go with.
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  • How to Determine if the Caster JC-102 Will Fit an A-Frame Jack
    I don't have a way on my end to verify if the Removable 6" Caster for 2-1/4" Trailer Jacks # JC-102 will fit on your specific jack, as I couldn't find any information on it, but if you have a tape measure handy you can verify this on your end. If the outer diameter of your inner tube measures just under 2" and your pin hole diameter is at least 3/8" then then part # JC-102 will fit. I have attached a review video where you can see the measurement of the inner diameter of this caster being...
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  • A-Frame Jack With Caster and Wheel that Will Swivel
    I have a solution for you, but all of the A-frame trailer jacks that we carry have a straight inner tube. These jacks have a guide inside to keep the tube straight while being lowered or lifted. We offer several wheel and caster assemblies that will swivel while the inner tube of the jack stays straight. The wheel and caster for the Pro Series Round, A-Frame Jack # PSEA20000103 that you referenced is the Pro Series 6 Inch Detachable Caster with Pin for 2 Inch Diameter Jacks # PS1400750340. If...
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    We sure do! You will need the A-Frame Trailer Jack - Sidewind - 1,000 lbs. by Dutton-Lainson # DL22530 which has the 2" O.D. you are looking for and has a 1000lb weight capacity with 15" of travel. I included a video of the # DL22530 for you to take a look at.
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  • How to Grease the Gears on the Pro Series Round, A-Frame Jack, # PSEA20000103
    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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  • A-Frame Trailer Jack for 7,000 lb Trailer to Help Install Spring Bars of Weight Distribution
    The Pro Series 2,000 lb A-Frame jack part # PSEA20000103 that you referenced would do a great job to help with installing the spring bars of your weight distribution system. This would have over double the capacity needed for your trailer's tongue weight so it would do a great job also lifting some of the weight of the rear of your truck when the coupler is attached to the hitch ball. I attached a review video for the jack for you to check out as well. For a foot plate to help spread out...
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  • Picking Out Trailer Jack for Trailer with Tongue Weight of 579 lbs
    Powered trailer jacks are rated by the amount of weight they can lift, when this is applied to a trailer this is the tongue weight of the trailer. So if your tongue weight is 579 lbs you'd need a jack rated to lift that amount of weight. The more capacity the jack has the easier it will lift that weight though. I recommend is the Stromberg Carlson # JET-5000. It has a lifting capacity of 5,000 lbs which would be more than you'd need but will ensure that the jack will operate quickly...
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  • What Jack Support Plate Fits Pro A-Frame Jack-Topwind # PSEA20000103
    The Bulldog Jack Support Plate # BD003135 that you referenced is the closest fit we have for your Pro Series Jack # PSEA20000103. The outside diameter of the jack is 2-1/4 inches and the plate is 2-1/3 inches, so there will be a tiny bit of play, however, not enough for any consequence.
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  • Possible Solution to Allow Tailgate to Fold Down without Hitting Trailer Powered Jack
    The jack you mentioned is a very standard RV style of A-frame jack. Your customer might have luck going with a longer ball mount to add clearance between the tailgate and the jack but there really isn't a great way to get a smaller powered jack. For example, we have the Curt ball mount part # D-26 which is 12-5/8 inches from hitch pin hole to ball hole which might give your customer the additional clearance needed.
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  • What is the Inner Diameter of the Pro Series Detachable Footplate # PS1400700340?
    The 2-inch diameter measurement of the Pro Series Detachable Footplate w/ Pin for 2" Diameter Jacks # PS1400700340 is the inner diameter. It is designed to fit jacks that have an inner tube diameter of 2 inches like the Pro Series Round, A-Frame Jack # PSEA20000103.
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  • Trailer Jack Wheel Recommendation for Pro Series Trailer Jack part # PSEA20000103
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  • Availability of 1,500 lb Jack Replacement for Trailer
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  • Can a Manual A-Frame Trailer Jack be Raised and Lowered Using a Power Drill
    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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