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Andersen Rapid Jack

Andersen Rapid Jack

Item # AM3620
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Raise your trailer quickly and effectively with the Rapid Jack from Andersen Manufacturing. Simply drive your trailer onto the jack for a quick boost. Also functions as a leveler for single-axle trailers and as a trailer jack base. Great Prices for the best wheel chocks from Andersen. Andersen Rapid Jack part number AM3620 can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Andersen Wheel Chocks - AM3620

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Raise your trailer quickly and effectively with the Rapid Jack from Andersen Manufacturing. Simply drive your trailer onto the jack for a quick boost. Also functions as a leveler for single-axle trailers and as a trailer jack base.


  • Raise trailer wheels quickly and easily
    • Drive good wheel of double-axle trailer onto the jack to raise the other axle and change the bad tire
  • Level wheels of single-axle trailers
    • Place small end of jack under wheel and drive up until level
    • Will not work as leveler for multi-axle trailers because the jack is too large to fit in between tires
      • To level multi-axle trailers, use the Rapid Camper Leveler instead (AM3604)
  • Use as a trailer jack base by turning the Rapid Jack on its side and resting the shaft of your trailer jack in the molded circle
  • Includes rubber grip to prevent slipping
  • Made in the USA


  • Leveler height: 6-7/8"
  • Leveler length: 17"
  • Width: 6"
  • Constructed from recycled plastic materials (100 percent)
  • Weight capacity: 20,000 lbs
  • 1-Year limited warranty

3620 Andersen Rapid Jack

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Andersen Rapid Jack - AM3620

Average Customer Rating:  4.6 out of 5 stars   (218 Customer Reviews)

Raise your trailer quickly and effectively with the Rapid Jack from Andersen Manufacturing. Simply drive your trailer onto the jack for a quick boost. Also functions as a leveler for single-axle trailers and as a trailer jack base.


Well, that didn’t work. Used on dual axle boat trailer to lift rear wheel. But, leaf springs allow rear wheel to stay on the ground, even when front rolls on to the easy jack.


Excellent Rapid Jack. Used it on my car hauler Cross 22’ trailer with 5200 ‘ dual axles.
Used it right after delivery to grease all my bearings.
Remember ONLY grease your bearings as you spin the tire and add lube to the axle quick lube zerk.
Spin and lube until all the old grease starts coming out the hub.
This Rapid Jack will make a fast and quick way to change a tire.
Here’s a pic. The other tire freely spins by hand.


Only used a few times but it worked great when I used it.


Love the Rapid Jack! Bought it to change the tires on my double axel trailer. It did the job! Really impressed, great product!


great product and price. Fast shipping


Makes leveling my trailer easy



I have used it on just about every camping trip for the past year, it is very good.


Purchased this product to allow easier side to side leveling of our camper. Carrying boards to roll one of the tires onto to level the camper has become an issue as we age. I saw this on the etrailer WEB site and watched the video of how it worked. Awesome is all I have to say. We tried it out last week on the winter parking place on our property. It worked well. It is a different way of doing it than with boards. Because of the physics you actually have to beyond level about a half bubble and then insert the chuck and it will roll back some to the level that you need. With boards you have to guess how many boards you need. If it is wrong you have to roll back off add or subtract boards and then you have to be happy with the closest level that can be achieved with the 3/4 inch increments you get with the boards. This product allows infinite points of level and all you have to do is pull up farther or back up a little to achieve the camper level.



This is still in our tools to level our camper when we travel. These days most camping sites are pretty level. We still use boards if it is needed. We use it when we have major leveling needs. The chuck is not designed for small leveling needs. It works great for leveling the camper and that is all we need it for.


Very durable product and have been using it for a year now, mostly as a tongue jack support. No complaints


Great idea that works well. I haven't needed it for a flat tire but I have used it to lift the tires to grease my axles. Their sister leveling blocks of similar design work great too.



After a year and 20K miles, I am still extremely pleased with the levelchock set but not so much with the jack unit. As others noted, it does not always work on a tandem trailer. Tried it a couple times on the road and it fell short of raising the trailer enough to remove and install the tire. All is not lost - it is still handy for when you need more lift to level your rig when the standard Anderson units are not enough.


I was led to believe this would be a good jack for a dual axle 5th wheel trailer. After research, it is not suitable, nor suggested for use on a 5th wheel because it places too much weight on one tire/axle in order to lift the flat tire. My RV manufacturer prohibits this type jack and instructs to jack from the frame. Wasted my money. Maybe a good wheel chock or something but useless to me now. Do your homework for a 5th wheel RV application.


Super fast sipping and I know Andersen products are excellent. TY



I haven’t had to use it yet.


Bought specifically for my trip up the ALCAN with my dual axle 20' car hauler. Had a flat on a single lane portion in January, so the dead of winter in middle of no where Canada and no where to pull off. Busted out the Rapid Jack expecting a great performance based on the videos I saw. The flat was in the left rear, I placed the rapid jack in front and rolled the trailer up onto the rapid jack - however it did not lift the tire high enough off the ground to change the tire. Tried to reposition several different times with the same results. Ended up using a regular jack. To this day it is the most expensive trailer jack block I've ever bought and used.


Would have done five stars but had an issue with the trailer fender being to low. The needed clearances requirements should be given in the details of the product. At the time of purchase they were not listed. Being a General Contractor I have not found the time to trim my trailer fenders up 2" so the Rapid Jack can move freely too pivot under the tire.
When I had a slow leak on my trailer's passenger side rear tire. I ended up used the Rapid jack as a ramp on the front tire to lift the bad rear tire. Over all it got the job done without using any hydraulic jacks. When things slow down this winter I will get to trimming up my 14' box trailer fenders 2-1/2" to 3" on the front and back of each fender. The trailers fenders have always been to low anyways which has been a concern from the first winter, after they got hung up on a small packed snow drift backing into a customer's driveway.
It was really nice not having to pull out the jacks and it did save time. I am glad I got the chance to use it in my driveway and work out what worked best for my trail, then on a roadside somewhere in the dark.


Doesn't really work for me. Actually this thing is terrible. Trailer flats always happen fully loaded in the middle of nowhere, where it's inconvenient to unload the trailer... not in your driveway with an empty trailer. I have the teeter totter link thing between the 2 axle leaf springs. The wheel to be removed just droops down without taking much weight off of it. Also when i drove off it, it followed the wheel up and smashed into my fender. You can't muscle it away from the wheel / fender either. You just have to watch it folding the fender in toward the wheel as you drive off it. It did a pretty good job at re-shaping the fender again as it came back out tho.
I figured out the next time to 'eject' the thing up between the 2 wheels, not out the front or back.
On the plus side... It's also pretty good at re-shaping your fender by driving forward and backward with it on top of the wheel, if you accidentally drove over it with your rock crawler and crushed it onto the trailer wheel.


Haven’t had the need for it thankfully. But we tried it out to see and it will work great when the need comes



Works great for its purpose


I recently use a friends Anderson Rapid Jack while on the side of the road to change a flat tire, it worked great. Now I have one in my trailer just in case.



how do you use it to change a flat tire? The wheel is sitting on the jack.

Etrailer Expert

Rachael H.


The Rapid Jack # AM3620 can be used on an adjacent wheel to take the load off the flat tire, so that it can be changed. This is especially handy for use on multiple axle trailers. I have had to use them a time or two and must agree, it works great!


Easy to use and raises trailer more than our previous one.


This item is a must have for any RV owner, so much easier to use then a Jack. We also purchased the wheel chock & leveler so easy to level trailer, they are a must have also. We love items from etrailer, we had only one problem, a tail light that was broken because of shipping. Etrailer sent us a replacement. We recommend Etrailer, great customer service.


Lucky, Never had to use it to change a tire


the product is well made and durable. the only drawbacks I have experienced are that when the boat is on the trailer, the lift height is not quite high enough to get the second wheel off the ground. also as the lift is happening the end if the lift device catches on the fenders and you have to be very careful to make sure the device doesn't bend the fenders.


Using the Andersen Rapid Jack and the Wheel chock for the first time on my Haulmark trailer with dual axles. Very easy and quick to get the rear axle tire off the ground and the tire off. I put the wheel chock under the rapid jack for stability. I didn't have to get the scissor jack out of the truck.
Great product.


I have six double axel trailers that I'm moving continuously. Have to change tires at least twice a month. This device is a life saver. Strongly recommend


Well folks, after a year from purchase I am so pleased to announce that I have yet to actually use this product (knock on wood). My purchase from was about as smooth and prompt as possible. It is made from excellent materials, I like the color as it shows up in the storage box quickly, stows nicely. I made a six week western states run last summer and having this with me definitely took away the worry of a possible roadside tire issue. The roll on and roll off feature is excellent as it rocks as you roll onto the lift raising the problem tire and wheel. I have absolutely no complaints or concerns, would I purchase again....Yes!

Garret A.


All is fine, thanks for following up.


Works great for changing tires or packing wheel bearings


Product appears to be as represented. This order was delivered is a responsible time frame. Note I just received this product and have not used it yet. If it performs as information stated it will receive much use and fill a gap that will make a problem task easy. Changing a tire, greasing bearings, performing a brake job, as also needed a yearly inspection. This product should make those tasks quicker and simpler.

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  • Can I Use Andersen Rapid Jack on Single Axle Trailer
    The Andersen Camper Wheel Chock and Leveler # AM3604 is a good solution for raising your tandem-axle trailer. It works with tires up to 32" in diameter and a load of 30,000 lbs. The Andersen Rapid Jack # AM3620 is intended for single axle trailers. Trimming it is not advised because it may compromise the quality and safety of its capabilities.
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  • Wedge Shaped Trailer Jack Recommendation for Changing Flat Tire on Tandem Trailer
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  • Troubleshooting Trailer Wheel Jack/Ramp that Isnt Lifting Wheel High Enough
    The Trailer Aid you have now is similar to our Andersen Rapid Jack part # AM3620 which is used to easily jack up a trailer by rolling a good wheel and tire onto it and then having the wheel that needs to be replaced suspended in the air high enough to change it. The Trailer Aid isn't as tall as some of the other similar ramp jacks like this I could see it not being able to get the flat wheel/tire high enough off the ground. Are you fully on the ramp and on level ground? Is the trailer...
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  • Can Andersen Rapid Jack # AM3620 be Used on Tandem Axle 5th Wheel RV to Change Flat Tire
    When it comes to the Andersen Camper Leveler, # AM3604, this was designed for use with single axle trailers. A tandem axle trailer would require that you use a leveler on the front and rear axle to properly level the trailer. Due to the leveler being 15 inches in length, a tandem axle trailer typically doesn't provide enough room between the two tires in order to use the leveler on the rear axle. As for the Rapid Jack, # AM3620, I spoke with my contact at Anderson and he estimates that...
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  • Can You Use The Andersen Camper Wheel Chock & The Andersen Rapid Jack Together?
    I spoke with Andersen, and they said that you actually couldn't use the: - Andersen Camper Wheel Chock and Leveler # AM3604 & the Andersen Rapid Jack # AM3620 due to the fact that the rate at which each lifts is different and would cause the front to be higher than the rear.
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  • Anderson Rapid Jack Compatibility With Changing Tires
    The Andersen Rapid Jack # AM3620 is only able to be used to change tires on a trailer that has tandem axles because of the way the equalizer and springs function. It can help level single axle trailers and vehicles, but it will not assist with tire changes on a single axle application.
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  • Choosing Between Anderson Camper Levelers AM3620 and AM3604
    The only silly question is the one unasked. You can use just one of the Anderson Rapid Jack # AM3620 on your single-axle trailer. This leveler is USA-made from 100-percent recycled materials. If you have a multi-axle trailer then instead use # AM3604.
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  • Andersen Rapid Jack Compatibility with Travel Trailer Leaf Springs
    The Andersen Rapid Jack # AM3620 is designed specifically for trailers with leaf springs and tandem axles to change tires or for single axle trailers with or without leaf springs for leveling. The only issue some people have had with their tandem axles is that the spacing is sometimes too close to fit the jack, however, you can trim the unit to work in those situations. This is not intended to be a leveling option for multi-axle trailers. If that is what you need, I recommend the # AM3604...
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    Since your trailer wheels have 6 lug nuts each, I will make recommendations based on a “6 on 5-1/2” pattern since this is by far the most common. Be sure to verify your bolt pattern before ordering. We have two 16” tire/wheel combos that have a 6 on 5-1/2 pattern and come with # ST235 85R/16 tires. The Kenda # AM35010 which comes with a plain black wheel and the Kenda # AM32734 which has a sporty aluminum wheel. Both are rated for load range E and Speed rated M for 81 MPH, and would be...
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  • Recommended Wheel Jack For Tandem Trailer For Changing Flat Tire
    The best way to change a wheel on your fifth wheel trailer is to use the Andersen Rapid Jack, part # AM3620. You will pull the vehicle up on the # AM3620 so that the other wheel is about an inch off the ground. I have attached a link to a video that shows how the # AM3620 jack is used. It is always a good idea to use jack stands like part # PTW41021 as well. Having the jack stands under the frame while you change the wheel gives you added security.
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  • Compatibility Of Andersen Rapid Jack With Tandem Axle Tires 18-1/2 Inches Apart
    The Andersen Rapid Jack # AM3620 is 17 inches long so you shouldn't have any issue with your tires being 18-1/2 inches apart, but you can cut down the Rapid Jack if needed for a shorter distance lift. We have had customers who have cut down the similar # AM3604 with a miter saw to make there levelers compatible with their trailer. Trailer axles are normally a standard distance apart, so you should not have any issues with this working correctly.
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    To do what you're wanting to do, you'd need to contact the manufacturer of the trailer with the VIN. If you could provide me with the diameter of your rotors, their wheel bolt pattern, and the reference numbers from your inner and outer wheel bearings as well as the reference number from your grease seal, I'd be happy to recommend some replacement parts for you. If you can't make out the reference numbers, you can use a digital caliper to measure the journal surface on the spindle where...
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    If you need 8 inches to allow your 1994 Vectra Motorhome to sit level the part # AM6320 would be the correct product. If you need a different amount of height you would instead want the part # UF48-979051 as it is adjustable. I attached a review video for the # UF48-979051 for you to check out.
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  • Why Would Only One Andersen Leveler Ever Be Used on a Trailer
    It wouldn't be a bad idea to have both the part # AM3604 and the # AM3620 for differing leveling situations as the # AM3620 is a bit taller, but you really would only ever need to use one at a time. It can only raise one side of the trailer. Raising both would defeat the purpose and only one axle would need to be raised.
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  • Wheel Change Jack Compatible with Triple Axle Trailer
    The Andersen Rapid Jack # AM3620 is not designed to work with triple axle trailers. If you are looking to use it for leveling, then I recommend the Andersen Camper Wheel Chock and Leveler # AM3604 for your application. The similar # EZ-JACK is also not for use on triple axle trailers. If you are looking to use for changing a tire there unfortunately isn't a drive on solution we can offer. You will need the Powerbuilt Unijack Bottle Jack with Built-In Jack Stand - 21" Lift - 6,000 lbs...
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  • Recommended Jack for Changing Tires on Marine Master Tandem Axle Boat Trailer
    Since you have a tandem axle trailer there is a simple and easy solution. I recommend using the Andersen Rapid Jack # AM3620. This will allow you to raise your axle and change your tire by driving your good wheel onto the jack. It also doubles as a trailer jack base by turning the Rapid Jack on its side and resting the shaft of your trailer jack in the molded circle. I have attached a review video so you can see how it works.
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  • Recommended Wheel Chock And Leveler For Triple-Axle Trailer
    The leveler that will work for your tri-axle trailer is the Andersen Camper Wheel Chock and Leveler # AM3604. The Rapid Jack # AM3620 will not work for multi-axle trailers because the jack is too large to fit between the tires,
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  • How Much Height Can be Gained with Andersen Rapid Jack AM3620
    The max height of the Andersen Rapid Jack # AM3620 is 6-7/8 inches. This is normally enough for most leveling applications. If you needed height beyond that you'd be best served finding a more level campsite.
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    Camco Trailer Tongue Jack Stand # CAM44635 cannot be used on a jack that has a wheel unless you were to remove the wheel first. For a jack with a wheel I recommend the Andersen Rapid Jack # AM3620. Lay it on its side and use the rectangular opening for the jack wheel.
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    The Andersen Rapid Jack # AM3620 could definitely be used on a vehicle. Since you are wanting to use this to help change oil though I can't stress enough to use every safety precaution you can. Set the E-brake, chock the rear wheels, USE jack stands etc.
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  • Comparing Anderson Rapid Jacks # AM3620 and # AM3604 For Trailer Leveling
    The difference between Andersen Rapid Jack # AM3620 and # AM3604 is not only the height but the length. The Rapid Jack # AM3620 is 17 inches long whereas # AM3604 is 15 inches long. This small difference means that the longer one will not fit as a leveler of multi-axle trailers. Otherwise they are pretty much the same. Another option is to use Ultra-Fab leveling blocks # UF48-979051. There are 10 included and each is 7/8 inches tall. This will allow you incremental leveling. I have included...
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  • Compatibility of Andersen Rapid Jack with Leaf Springs and Equalizer Suspension
    The Andersen Rapid Jack # AM3620 is designed for use with the tandem axle trailers with leaf springs and equalizer suspension. You can see in the reviews all of the people it has worked well for with this setup. It is true not all systems are compatible, but the vast majority are. The Rapid Jack raises one wheel 6-7/8 inches, so you can do the measuring of raising one side of your axle to that height to see if it will raise the second tire off the ground. Another option is the Blaylock...
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