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Pro Series Round, A-Frame Jack w/ External Gearbox - Sidewind - 14" Lift - 2,000 lbs

Pro Series Round, A-Frame Jack w/ External Gearbox - Sidewind - 14" Lift - 2,000 lbs

Item # PSRV20000103
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Ideal for multiple agricultural and commercial applications, this standard A-frame jack features a 9" retracted height and measures 13" 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 w/ External Gearbox - Sidewind - 14" Lift - 2,000 lbs part number PSRV20000103 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Pro Series Trailer Jack - PSRV20000103

  • Car Hauler
  • Enclosed Trailer
  • Utility Trailer
  • 1001 - 2000 lbs
  • Sidewind 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 a 9" retracted height and measures 13" 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
  • Front-facing, sidewind handle has smooth, ergonomic design for easy cranking
  • External gearbox is easily accessible
  • Outer and inner tubes have black paint finish
  • Footplate or caster assembly sold separately


Specs:

  • Winding box: 3" wide x 2-1/2" tall x 2-1/2" deep
  • Bracket height:
    • 9" Retracted
    • 23" Extended
  • Total height (retracted): 21"
  • Lift: 14"
  • Clearance: 13" from mounting bracket to top of jack
  • Inner tube diameter: 2"
  • Outer tube diameter: 2-1/4"
  • Tube wall thickness: 2-3 mm
  • 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.



RV20000103 Pro Series Round A-Frame Jack - Sidewind - 14" Travel - 2,000 lbs

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Pro Series Round, A-Frame Jack w/ External Gearbox - Sidewind - 14" Lift - 2,000 lbs - PSRV20000103

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (186 Customer Reviews)

Ideal for multiple agricultural and commercial applications, this standard A-frame jack features a 9" retracted height and measures 13" from the mounting bracket to the top, excluding the handle. Base sold separately.

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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.



by: 08/22/2022

I used it on a basketball hoop to raise and lower it. It was a direct fit replacement!

Bruce B.

8/24/2023

The jack is still working great after a year, and I expect it will continue to work well into the future.



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Fantastic company, awesome experience buying from you! Communication was excellent! I bought this Jack as a replacement for a Hoosier Hoops basketball goal system. All phone numbers on my goal were out of business, no parts from the company who made the lift, they’re gone too. Though the job took 2 people to replace. I want to replace the last 10 yrs of having a defunct goal with my new working one. Thank you guys!



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Just as advertised, fast delivery. I'm quite satisfied.



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The tongue jack was as advertised, good quality and functions excellently. Shipping was prompt and arrived in good condition.



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Seems sturdy enough. I have other Pro Series jacks on trailers and never had a problem with them.



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Switched to a front crank to clear a tongue mount tool box. Works great.



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I ordered a replacement sidewind jack lift for my utility trailer. It mounted in the same holes and works even better than the original.
Thanks etrailer staff.

Randy S.

6/30/2022

In a word, Perfectly.The best money I have spent on an upgrade. My hats off to etrailer. Great products and customer service will ensure that I will be a customer for years to come. Thanks again, Randy



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I purchased a Parkliner camping trailer which used the horizontally cranked version of this winch. I logged on to etrailer.com and asked if there was an adapter kit to convert my winch from a horizontal handle to a vertical handle. I received a prompt response explaining there was no such kit available. The response enclosed a link to the vertical handle model and said it was inexpensive enough to justify a replacement. I ordered the replacement and it arrived in two days. It was easy to install (same hole configuration). Service doesn't get any better than this. Thank you etrailer!

Bill

5/8/2015

The jack has been flawless. A good product at a reasonable price.



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Received product quickly and in good shape. It fit right onto my small travel trailer, and works so much better than the old original jack. This is my second purchase from eTrailer and I am very pleased once again.

Rick B.

8/17/2016

Good morning. The jack and foot get goo usage with our little 70s travel trailer, and they work perfectly. They are a huge improvement over the old original jack that was on the trailer when we purchased and remodeled it. Thanks for the great products!



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Nice jack. Had to modify my trailer to install but that's the trailers fault. Vintage Trailer jack holes are slightly smaller than the replacement 2" jacks. Jack did it's job on countless camping trips. Ordered the wheel and plate foot separately and it worked great with both of those. Having used it for about 20 months now I've noticed a skip/jump as the jack is lowered. Didn't do it when it was new. Doesn't do it when lifting. Other than thar it a been a solid jack.



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I purchased this product as a replacement for my top wind A frame jack. It was a toss up between this model and the Bulldog unit that Etrailer sells. I decided to go with this one because of the price and as cheesy as it may sound my trailer is black and this jack is black so they work well together. All in all the install was very simple and I'm very impressed at how smooth and easy this jack is to operate. It's a huge improvement over the top wind jack that came with the trailer and I'm very satisfied with the purchase especially for the price point! I also purchased the 6" caster wheel to complete the package and I have to say it's perfect! my trailer rolls around when off the ball with ease making storage a breeze. Kudos to Etrailer.com as well for expediting my shipping after I placed the order. Great customer service, I'll purchase from Etrailer.com again in the future when it comes to my trailer's needs.



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This is 100x better than the jack I had on my horse trailer before. My wife can even crank it up now without and problems and I can do it with one hand vs the two and back strain I had with my old top crank. It's very smooth and there is very little motion in the trailer while raising and lowering. Bolted right on to my 94' Valley 2 horse without any problems. Added the foot plate and now I don't need to use a 4x6 to keep the trailer from sinking into the ground.
Shipping was very quick (a lot faster than Amazon) and it was packed very well. Next month when it's time to do the brakes I'll be contacting these guys again!



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I was impressed with the quality and service from etrailer. I have bought several items for our cargo conversion and they have all exceeded my expectations.

This trailer jack was needed so I could mount LP tanks on tongue of trailer. The original jack was top crank and the bottles would not allow cranking.

Quality items, great value, fair price and friendly service... what more can you ask for?

Thanks etrailer!



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I am happy with this product, it was a replacement for an old jack on my trailer frame. The gear box works well and it's quite a bit easier to raise and lower my trailer frame. The only snag I hit was that this jack doesn't come with any nuts&bolts. I re-used my existing ones but, the hole in this jack for the bolt head is much larger, and I didn't feel comfortable so I had to get some washers from the local hardware store. I ended up replacing the nuts while I was at it. Overall happy with the product, would be ideal if it included nuts & bolts for installation as well.



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Replaced a 1 1/2" 1000lb. Capacity top wind jack on a small Jayco pop up camper. Had to grind away a small portion on A frame opening to facilitate the larger Pro series jack. Holes for bolts had to be slightly enlarged to match existing threaded mounting holes. Then simply bolted on and attached the handle. The Pro series jack works so much better than the old top wind jack and requires less effort to use. Really pleased with this product and at a good price. Delivery is always fast !



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After bending my old jack I purchased this jack . I did move the handle to the opposite side so I could drop my tailgate when needed.

Lance M.

11/8/2017

Trailer gets used twice a month



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After the stock swivel jack failed on my utility trailer; my doctor, friends and family insisted that I replace the jack. This one went on in about 30-40 minutes. The side crank does not interfere with my winch tower. Improvements could be made by the manufacturer by providing the hardware and a bottom "A" plate. I wish I would have spent the money on this jack prior to buying my $130,000 broken foot.



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The PRO Series 2000-pound capacity jack was delivered quickly and was found to be of excellent quality, especially for the price. It makes a great replacement for the a-frame screw type tongue jack on our horse trailer. The wife can easily hook-up or unhook the trailer single-handed now instead of needing someone to help her out.



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Fit and ease of installation were great. This is part of a moderate rebuild of an older trailer that consisted of the jack, new axel and hubs and a gate lift kit. I may order a castor attachment for the base of the jack as well. That way I would have what I need for soft ground and pavement. The instructional videos are a great idea.



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A sidewinder is much easier to use compared to a top winder.



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Purchased A-frame trailer jack. Had an issue since the bottom hole on my trailer where the jack fits in is only 2 1/8 size and standard size for most A frame jacks is 2 1/4. I noticed in the video for this jack the person indicated the size was 2 1/8 however the actual spec for the product indicated 2 1/4 size. I called e-trailer and received very good custemor serivce. This person immediately wanted to understand the reason for the difference from the video and the actual specs. He went to the warehouse measured and confirmed the actual measurement was 2 1/8. I ordered the jack, it fit perfectly and works very well on my 32 ft camper. Good Customer
Service !



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Shipped quickly. It replaced an original jack from our Coachman travel trailer. Also purchased the footpad and we are very pleased with both. the hardest part of installation was removing the old jack. After using it we realize we should have replaced the original sooner.



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If you want a great product and great service shop here at e- trailer. I ordered my jack and the detachable foot. It arrived today sooner than expected. These guys got it to me early, kept me informed by e mail of my order. I opened the box and pulled it out of the box. It's exactly what I ordered and packed neatly. Can't wait to install it tomorrow. I would defiantly buy from this company again.



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This is a solid product and definitely worth it!


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See what our Experts say about this Pro Series Trailer Jack

  • Length of Bracket To Jack Bottom and Bolt Hole Distance On Center for A-Frame Jack # PSRV20000103
    Yes. The distance from the bracket to the bottom of the jack when retracted is 9 inches. The bolt holes on the mounting flange are 3 inches from center of one hole to the center of the next hole. The holes are equally spaced around the flange.
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  • Measurement From Outer Tube Of Pro Series 2,000 Lb Trailer Jack To End Of Handle
    I went to our warehouse and pulled one of the Pro Series Trailer Jack part # PSRV20000103. I took some measurements and have attached a photo of the jack with the measurements noted. From the end of the handle to the outer tube on the jack it measures 4-1/8 inches. From the ends of the nuts on the top of the jack to the end of the handle the measurement is 7-1/4 inches.
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  • How Easy Would it Be to Remove the Handle of the Pro Series Jack part # PSRV20000103
    I pulled a Pro-Series Jack part # PSRV20000103 that you referenced to show you what it would take to remove the handle. When the reviewer said that it was easy to remove the handle he was referring to just the plastic portion, which can be removed with a wrench and socket. I attached a video that shows how the plastic portion of the handle does get removed.
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  • Number Of Rotations For # PSRV20000103 To Fully Travel The 14 Inches
    On the Pro Series Round, A-Frame Jack w/ External Gearbox - Sidewind - 14" Lift - 2,000 lbs, # PSRV20000103, they use a 1 to 1 gear ratio. With the That will move one inch for every 8 complete rotations, so that will be a total of 112 rotations for the full 14 inches.
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  • A-Frame Jack Solution for Trailer with Small Diameter Lower Jack Hole
    Your best option is going to be to take your trailer to a welder/fabricator and explain to them that you need to have either that lower plate removed or expanded so that you can fit a new trailer jack in it's place. The standard jack outer tube diameter is right at 2-1/4 inches. We don't carry a jack that would fit the lower hole of your trailer so modifying your trailer will be your only option. Once you get that taken care of an A-frame jack like the part # PSRV20000103 would work great...
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    From the picture you submitted you have an A-frame jack with a very similar sidewind jack handle to the part # PSRV20000103 that you referenced. This jack has a 2,000 lb capacity which should be more than enough and would work well. I attached a review video for you to check out as well.
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  • Can the Handle on Pro Series A-Frame 2K Trailer Jack be Moved to the Opposite Side
    You could just turn the jack to place the handle where you want it. The Pro Series jack # PSRV20000103 uses the standard triangle mounting pattern so just turn it so that one of the other corners is pointing forward. You cannot move the handle itself or rearrange the gear box inside to move the handle so rotation the entire jack would be the way to go.
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  • Can a Top Winding Trailer Jack be Adapter to Be a Side Winding Trailer Jack
    An adapter to change a top winding jack to a side winding jack is not available. You would have to replace the jack with something like # PSRV20000103 that you have referenced. The good news is these types of jacks are generally not very costly and they all usually mount in the same hole size and bolt pattern on an A-frame trailer.
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  • Recommendation for Car Trailer Jack That Won't Hit Tailgate of Tow Vehicle
    In order to recommend a jack for you, I'll need some information. -What's the capacity of your current jack? -Is it an A-Frame jack like part # PSRV20000103? -How much clearance do you need? Measure from the top of the trailer tongue to the undrerside of the tailgate. If you can reply with this information, I'd be happy to make a recommendation.
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  • Recommended A-Frame Trailer Jack for Olympic Utility Trailer
    An A-Frame trailer jack like the Pro Series Round # PSRV20000103 referenced in your question is designed to handle only the tongue weight of the trailer. The 2,999 pound GAWR you found listed on the trailer indicates the maximum weight the axle on the trailer is capable of supporting. If the trailer only has a single axle, then this will also give us a good idea of the trailer's gross weight rating. If this is the case, the 2,000 pound Pro Series Jack will have more than enough capacity...
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  • Jack Replacement Recommendation for a 2002 TrailManor 3023 Trailer
    The part 80265 that you referenced is very similar to the part 80274 that actually became part 273400 except it has a lower capacity at 1,000 lbs instead of 2,000 lbs. The 273400 has also been discontinued. If you are looking for a sidewind a-frame jack I recommend you go with part # PSRV20000103 as this is our most popular option with a ton of positive reviews.
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  • Inner Leg Diameter and Wheel Caster Recommendation for Pro Series Jack part # PSRV20000103
    The inner leg of the Pro Series jack part # PSRV20000103 that you referenced measures 2-1/4 inches in diameter. For a detachable wheel caster to fit this jack you'd want the part # PS1400750340 which is a confirmed fit as well.
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  • Replacement Manual Jack for Atwood Powered Trailer Jack
    Yes the Pro Series A-frame jack part # PSRV20000103 will work great as a replacement for the powered Atwood jack you have now on your trailer. It will easily bolt up in place of it and would have more than enough lifting capacity for your trailer that would weigh up to 7,000 lbs. For a foot for this jack we have the part # PS1400700340.
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  • Recommended A-Frame Side-Wind Tongue Jack for 2200-lb KZ Sportsman
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  • Availability of 1,500 lb Jack Replacement for Trailer
    Feel free to send us a picture of the jack you have so that we can help you pick out a replacement. I attached a page that has all of the 1,500 lb jacks we offer. All of these are side mount trailer jacks so in case you also need an A-frame jack you could use something like the # PSEA20000103 for a topwind or a part # PSRV20000103 for a sidewind. These are both 2k rated jacks.
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  • 2000 lb A-frame Jack that Cranks Faster than Lippert A-Frame Jack
    The etrailer Jack part # TJBB-2001-B has a 2,000 lb capacity and it would crank faster than what you currently have, but it is not an A-frame jack. I went out into our warehouse to determine how many cranks it would take to lift 1 inch and found that it takes 8 revolutions of the crank for the jack to raise 1 inch. Not all jacks have the same cranks per inch. Typically, the more cranks per inch the jack have, the more mechanical advantage it has over the lifting. But the length of the...
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  • Will Pro Series A-Frame Jack # PSRV20000103 Fit in Same Mounting Holes as Older Fulton F2 Jack
    The mounting holes on the Pro Series Round, A-Frame Sidewind Jack, part # PSRV20000103, are elongated holes that are 3 inches from the center of one hole to the center of the next hole. This is a industry standard dimension for A-Frame jacks. If the caster you have on your Fulton F2 jack will fit a 2 inch diameter tube, your caster will work in this jack. The Fulton caster and Pro Series caster like the Pro Series 6 Inch, Detachable Caster, part # PS1400750340, will usually interchange...
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  • Recommended Replacement A-Frame Jack For A 2021 Aliner Ranger 12
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  • 2000-lb A-Frame Jack to Replace Atwood 80274
    Based on my research the Atwood jack 80274 was an A-frame type side-wind tongue jack with a 2K weight rating. The Pro Series jack # PSRV20000103 that you referenced is a suitable replacement for this discontinued product. The Pro Series offers a 2K weight rating, 14-inches of lift and measures 13-inches from the mounting bracket to the top, excluding the handle. This jack does not come with a wheel or foot plate but you can use either wheel part # PS1400750340 which will reduce capacity...
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  • Is Weight Capacity of A-Frame Jack Determined by Trailer Tongue Weight
    The weight capacity of an A-Frame Trailer Jack such as the Pro Series Round, A-Frame Jack # PSRV20000103 is in reference to the trailer tongue weight. This jack has a 2,000 lb capacity but you do need to go by the lowest-rated component so if you were to add the Pro Series 6", Detachable Caster # PS1400750340, which has a capacity of 1,200 lbs you would need to go by that capacity. To find out the capacity of the jack you need the easiest way is the etrailer Tongue Weight Scale for Campers...
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