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  • Replacement for Older Happijac Truck Bed Camper Jack
  • Thanks for the photo and that model of Happijac is nearing a quarter-century old as of this writing and there are no longer replacement parts available for it. The best option we can offer are new camper jacks, the Brophy Cable Camper Jacks and you will select the right one based on the weight capacity and maximum lift height you need. - 1,000 lbs: Brophy Cable Camper Jacks - 57" Max Lift Height # CJ31 - 1,500 lbs: Brophy Cable Camper Jack - 67" Max Lift Height # CJ74H - 3,000 lbs: Brophy...
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  • Camper Jacks for Storing Camper on Driveway
  • There are camper jacks that will allow you to take your camper off your truck bed easily, but there is nothing with wheels as that would not be stable enough so they do need to remain stationary. To choose the right camper jacks, you need to know the weight capacity you need, and can choose from either manual or electric jacks. The best jacks are the HappiJac because they permanently install, have the highest weight capacities, and you even have the option of electric jacks for the easiest...
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  • Replacement for Atwood Truck Camper Jacks for Lancer Camper Model 1050S
  • Thanks for the photos and like you said, they are the Atwood jacks 86065, which are discontinued jacks. What that means is the best option we can offer are new, manual camper jacks, the Brophy Cable Camper Jacks. Based on my research, your 2014 Lance 1050S camper weighs in the neighborhood of 3,000 lbs so you will select the right one based on the maximum lift height you need. - 4,000 lbs: Brophy Heavy Duty Cable Camper Jacks - 57" Max Lift Height # CXHD - 4,000 lbs: Brophy Heavy Duty...
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  • Availability Of Atwood Camper Jacks Wired Remote Control
  • Unfortunately, Atwood is no longer in business and their camper jacks are no longer available. So I am afraid a replacement remote is also not available. I know this is probably not what you wanted to hear, but at this point if the jack has ceased to function, we would have to recommend replacing the jack entirely. There are going to be a few options for replacements and I have listed a few of those below. - Brophy Heavy Duty Cable Camper Jacks - 57" Max Lift Height # CXHD - Brophy Heavy...
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  • Option to Replace Discontinued Atwood Camper Jacks 86065
  • Atwood is no longer in business so those camper jacks are no longer something available for purchase. While I realize that's not what you wanted to hear, there are options for replacements that I wanted to mention so you have that option: - Brophy Heavy Duty Cable Camper Jacks - 57" Max Lift Height # CXHD - Brophy Heavy Duty Cable Camper Jacks - 67" Max Lift Height # CX74 These are manual jacks with a combined 4,000 lb lift capacity which will work for your Lance truck camper's weight....
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  • Electric Camper Jacks HappiJac Swing-Out Extender Brackets Are Compatible With
  • The HappiJac Swing-Out Extender Bracket for Dual Wheel Chassis Truck Camper Jacks # HJ54FR (single) or Swing Out Extension Brackets for HappiJac Truck Camper Jack Systems # LC182496 (double) are not compatible with the Atwood electric camper jacks. There isn't a similar extension for Atwood jacks, as they have been discontinued; the Swing-Out Extender # HJ54FR is only compatible with electric camper jacks from Happijac, the 8,800 lb HappiJac Electric Truck Camper Jack System - 34-1/2"...
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  • Can Brophy Cable Camper Jacks # CJ31 Be Used to Stabilize Truck Camper
  • The Brophy Cable Camper Jacks # CJ31 referenced in your question are designed to allow for easy loading and unloading of your truck camper but could be used as stabilizing jacks along with the 3 existing jacks on your camper to help support and hold the unit in place while it's off the truck. If you plan on using the camper when it's off the truck you will still want to use some kind of floor support as well. These two cable jacks feature a combined weight capacity of 1,000 pounds and...
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  • Replacement HappiJac Camper Jacks Option For A 1997 Northstar Pop-Up Camper
  • I went ahead and reached out to HappiJac, and they were able to determine that based off of the age of your jacks, the Replacement Bevel Gears for HappiJac Truck Camper Jack Systems # LC182851 will not work for you. Instead, they are recommending that you upgrade your jacks with the: -HappiJac Manual Truck Camper Jack System # LC736514-4. These jacks have an overall weight capacity of 8,800lbs, is made in the USA, and also includes the mounting brackets, which is designed to fit most...
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  • Can In-Bed Camper Jacks be Used to Lift Off Truck Camper Shell
  • The L-Bracket on the Brophy Cable Camper Jacks # CJ74 would need to slide under your camper shell on either side and then you would use the winches to help raise the camper shell off of your Ford F-350. You can use 2x4s if you want to but really the camper jacks can handle the weight so it really boils down to finding a way to stabilize your camper shell. Since these camper jacks were designed to be used for an in-bed truck camper I'm not sure if I have any pointers for your application...
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  • Electric Jack Conversion Kit for Manual Jacks on 2019 Travel Lite Rayzr Truck Camper
  • The Manual-to-Electric Conversion Kit for HappiJac Truck Camper Jack System # LC733960-182524 is a fit for HappiJack manual jack system 4220 or 4820. The HappiJac Electric Truck Camper Jack System - 34-1/2" Lift - 8,800 lbs # LC736514-ELKIT or the HappiJac Electric Truck Camper Jack System - 36-1/2" Lift - 11,200 lbs # LC736515-ELKIT are the complete kits if you don't have compatible jacks.
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  • Replacement Jacks For A Lance 815 Truck Bed Camper
  • I do have options available for you however, we only offer universal jacks sold in pairs not single replacement jacks for your Lance 815 truck bed camper. If the universal jacks are something you would like to consider, I recommend using the Brophy Cable Camper Jacks part # CJ74. The Brophy jack have a maximum weight capacity of 3,000 lbs. and can lift the camper from 17"-67". They stand 76" tall and are a non-permanent removable option.
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  • 4 Point Manual Camper Jack System Recommendation
  • A simple to use, manual truck camper jack setup, I recommend the HappiJac Manual Truck Camper Jack System # LC736515-4. This kit comes with 4 camper jacks capable of lifting 11,200-lbs, and can lift to a maximum height of 36-1/2". This kit does also come with the mounting hardware needed for installation.
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  • What Does the Brophy Cable Camper Jacks # CJ41 Weigh
  • Each of the jack assemblies that comes with the Brophy Cable Camper Jacks # CJ41 weigh 43 lbs.
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  • Recommended Truck Bed Camper Jacks for a 1996 Northern Lite Camper
  • The only truck bed camper jacks we offer are the Brophy Cable Camper Jacks. As long as the loaded weight of your truck bed camper does not exceed 3,000 lbs then I recommend part # CJ41 for 57" of lift or part # CJ74 for 67" of lift. These jacks will do an excellent job of helping to load and unload your camper into the truck bed. They do not permanently install on the camper which makes for a very clean look and they can also be broken down into three pieces for easy storage.
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  • What Comes with the Brophy Cable Camper Jack
  • Yes, the Brophy Cable Camper Jack # CJ74 (2 jacks) or # CJ74H (single jack) does come with everything you need to jack your camper up out of your truck.
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  • Comparison of Truck Camper Jacks that Use Two Jacks or Four Jacks
  • The Brophy truck camper jacks like the Heavy Duty Cable Jacks # CX74 only require two jacks to be used. The advantage is that you only need two jacks and the cost is less than purchasing four jacks.
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  • Recommended Truck Bed Camper Jack for 2011 Ram
  • If you are looking for truck bed camper jacks for your 2011 Ram, I recommend looking at the Brophy Cable Camper Jacks # CJ74. These will allow you to easily load or unload your truck camper with just a pair of portable jack assemblies. They have a lifting range of 17 to 67 inches and a combined weight capacity of 3,000 pounds. The overall height when assembled is 76 inches. I have attached a link that will take you to our available selection of truck camper jacks that you can also look...
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  • Slide In Truck Camper Jacks Recommended For a Dually Pickup Truck
  • With dually trucks I recommend the Swing Out Extension Brackets # LC182496 with the HappiJac Manual Truck Camper Jack System # LC736515-4. This is due to the Brophy Heavy Duty Cable Camper Jacks # CX74 having to sit under the lip of the camper. Since slide in campers can vary in width depending on manufacturer and model I cannot say that they will clear the dually fenders on your 2022 Ford F-350. The extension brackets will give you 3-1/2" to 4-1/2" of extension off the side of the camper...
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  • How to Determine Weight Capacity of Electric Trailer Tongue Jack for Camper
  • You'll need to chose a jack whose capacity is greater than the fully loaded and ready to tow tongue weight of the camper. Going with a powered jack whose capacity is much greater than the tongue weight of the camper is recommended because the jack won't need to work so hard and will therefore last longer. Also, if you're using a weight distribution system on the camper, sometimes you'll want to use the trailer jack to also pick up the rear of the vehicle to put slack into the system so...
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  • Can Brophy Camper Jacks be Used with Dually Truck
  • Camper jacks like the Brophy part # CJ74H can be used on dually trucks but it comes down to the width of the camper relative to the width of the dually fenders of the truck. If the camper is the same width as the top of your bed rails there won't be a way to use a camper jack like this as they'd interfere, but if the width of the camper is same as dually fenders it would work well.
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