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  • Can Replacement Lippert Components Power Stabilizer Jack LC337199 Be Installed Using Current Wiring
  • Since the Lippert Components Power Stabilizer Jack # LC337199 is a direct replacement for your 337199 Lippert Jack it will be compatible with your current wiring. If you end up needing a new switch and breaker then you will need part # LC387874 for the switch and part # LC134181 for the 6 amp Auto Breaker.
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  • Differences Between the Lippert Components Power Stabilizer Trailer Jacks
  • You made a great choice in the Lippert Components Power Stabilizer Trailer Jack. For starters, all of the jacks measure to be 70-1/2" long with a 3,500 lb weight capacity and have a 30" lift. The difference between them is in regards to what is included with them. The part # LC337199 doesn't come with a switch and part # LC298707 comes with a black switch. That is the only difference.
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  • Recommended Tripod Stabilizer to Use with Andersen Ultimate Connection # AM3200
  • We do have a gooseneck tripod available with the Ultra-Fab Stabilizer # UF19-950400, however as you mentioned it is not tall enough to work with the Andersen Hitch conversions like part # AM3200 that you have installed. I instead recommend going with the Ultra-Fab 5th Wheel King Pin Tripod # UF19-950500 and then adding the Replacement Ball Assembly # UF19-001057. This will convert the tripod so that you can use it with the Andersen coupler adapter on your trailer. I have attached...
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  • Determining Correct Lippert Ground Control System for 2006 Heartland Bighorn 5th Wheel Trailer
  • Installing the Lippert Ground Control System on your 2006 Heartland Bighorn 5th Wheel Trailer is a great idea. When determining whether to use the 4-Point Set # LC358590 or the 6-Point Set # LC675817 there are a couple things you will want to look at specific to your Bighorn Trailer. First is the GVWR of the trailer, which is the most it can weigh when fully loaded. If the GVWR is more than 15,500 pounds, then you will want to go with the 6-Point System. If it is less than 15,500 pounds,...
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  • Wiring Electric Jack to Plug Into 7-Way on Tow Vehicle
  • Although wiring an electric jack like the etrailer.com # EJ-3520-BBX you referenced to a dedicated battery on the trailer is the preferred solution for ensuring you get the needed power, you can indeed wire it to a 7-Way plug like # A7WCB for it to be connected to the 7-Way on your truck when needed. If you don't yet have an electric jack, we actually have a 3,500 pound unit available with the Buyers Products # 3370093500 that is designed to be used this way right out of the box. This...
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  • Replacement Control Panel for Leveling System on 1995 Fleetwood Motorhome
  • We had another customer with a '94 Bounder in need of the same control panel for their Lippert Power Gear leveling system and Lippert was able to confirm that kit # LC359259 would work. I shared your photo with my tech contact there and he confirmed the item referenced above will work for you.
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  • Will the Switch be Included With the Lippert Components Power Stabilizer Jack # LC337199
  • The Lippert Components Power Stabilizer Jack, # LC337199, only includes the jack assembly, motor, and wiring coming off the jack's motor. The Lippert Electric Jack Switch with Harness for Lippert Components High Speed Stabilizer Jacks, # LC387874, is the confirmed switch needed to install the electrical components of this Lippert jack. Lippert also recommends wiring 6 Amp Auto Reset Breaker, # LC134181, between the switch and the jack's motor. I have attached a diagram that shows...
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  • Can a Breakaway Battery be Used to Power an Electric A-Frame Trailer Jack
  • If your breakaway system is powered by its own battery then it is likely a 5 amp hour battery which is not high enough to power an electric trailer jack, such as # BD500199, since they can draw about 30 amps under load. The other issue is that a breakaway system needs its own dedicated battery and should not be shared by other 12 volt accessories. If your trailer has a 7-Way trailer connector with functioning 12 volt circuit you could use electric jack # 3370093500 which plugs into a...
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  • Replacement Jack for Lippert Electric Ground Control TT Travel Trailer Leveling System
  • I believe the leveIing system you have is the Electric Ground Control TT Automatic 5-Point Travel Trailer Leveling System # LC672136, based on the model jack you said it had. I spoke with a representative of Lippert who said that Lippert Electric Trailer Jack # LC285318 can be used as a replacement for the damaged jack from the leveling system; additionally, he told me that you would be able to disconnect the wires from the original jack and re-wire them onto the same location of the...
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  • How to Charge a Trailer Battery for Use with a Bulldog Jack
  • What you described is actually the best solution! Connecting your battery to 12V Power wire from the 7-Way on your trailer is a great way to provide a maintenance charge on your battery to operate a Bulldog jack like part # BD500199. Mounting a battery inside a box like part # 329-HM300BKS inside your trailer will further help to keep your battery safe from the elements (although battery boxes do a pretty good job at that). Please note that the 12V power from your vehicle will not...
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  • Replacement Stabilizer Jack for the Lippert 198641 Stabilizer Jack
  • The Lippert Components Power Stabilizer Trailer Jack # LC298707 that you referenced will work as a replacement for your 198641 stabilizer jack. If you use the Linc Analog Remote # LC292614 for your RV then this is compatible with that as well. The part # LC298707 comes with a switch, but if you don't need the switch then you can use part # LC337199 instead. It is the same jack, it just doesn't come with the switch.
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  • Dimensions of I Beam Bracket for Lippert Ground Control Leveling System
  • I attached a dimension picture I got from Lippert for the Replacement I-Beam Jack Bracket # LC349975 that you referenced.
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  • Replacement Motor for Lippert High-Speed Power Stabilizer Jack
  • To replace the motor on your Lippert High-Speed Power Stabilizer Jack # LC337199, you will just need the Lippert Stabilizer Jack Motor # LC352338. This is a direct replacement on your stabilizer jack and it will install just like the existing unit on the system.
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  • Leveling System Compatible with 42 Foot 5th Wheel Trailer
  • The Lippert Ground Control 3.0 Electric 5th Wheel RV Leveling System w/ Touchpad and Remote - 20,000 lbs # LC358590 is designed for trailers where the measurement from the front landing gear to the rear is 20 feet or less. If longer, then the manufacturer recommends the 6 point system # LC675817 which adds two middle legs. They always navigate to the safe side, because they rate the 4 point system as 20k capacity based on each individual jack rated for 5K capacity. We do not carry...
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  • Replacement Parts for Lippert Electric Stabilizer Jack
  • There are not replacement legs available for the Lippert Components High-Speed Power Stabilizer Jack - White Switch Kit - 30" Lift # LC369774 which is the same as the 198641 you mentioned. You will need to replace the entire unit. The support arm # LC1134122 in yellow or # LC1134121 in black is the only non-electric component able to be separately replaced. The motor # LC138445, circuit breaker # LC134181, and switches # LC144214 or # LC387874 as well as switch housing # LC134025 are...
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  • Recommended Replacement Leg For Lippert Ground Control System On 2015 Solitude 320X 5th Wheel
  • On your Lippert Ground Control System, the cause of the failure of the nut inside the jack could be an overloaded trailer, a blent leg, a bent screw. A lack of grease can cause the nut or the screw to strip threads under load. If your trailer is under warranty you may want to start there. I recommend the Replacement Lead Leg for Lippert Components Ground Control 3.0 Electric Leveling System - Qty 1 # LC305340 that can be used on the right or left hand side.
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  • Can the Jacks on a 2019 Keystone Cougar 34TSB Be Converted To Ground Control Auto Level
  • In order to add the auto leveling feature to your 2019 Keystone Cougar 34TSB you would need to purchase the Electric Ground Control TT Automatic 5-Point Travel Trailer Leveling System part # LC672136 which is an entire system that comes with jacks, control module, wiring, and hardware. The reason you cannot convert what you have to the Electric Ground Control TT is because the jacks you have are not correct for the kit. The jacks you have on your trailer are actually not jacks at all...
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  • 5th Wheel Stabilizer Tripod Compatible with Andersen Ultimate Hitch Attachment on King Pin
  • The Ultra-Fab Economy 5th Wheel King Pin Tripod Stabilizer - Steel - 31" to 54" - 5,000 lbs # UF19-950500 will not fit with the attachment for your Andersen Ultimate in place. However, if you want to keep that hitch attachment in place, you can use the Replacement Gooseneck Tripod Ball Assembly for Ultra-Fab 5th Wheel King Pin Tripod Stabilizer # UF19-001057 to make it work on your system.
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  • Recommended Electric Jack For Goose Neck Horse Trailer
  • For an electric jack with the 10,000 lb capacity of your Ram 12000 Series manual jack, I recommend the Bulldog Electric 5th Wheel Landing Gear Set - 36" Travel - 10,000 lbs # BD500161. This kit will give you the 2 independently motorized jacks with drop legs and the switches needed. I've attached a photo giving you the dimensions so you can determine fit. Another option is the Bulldog Velocity Series Electric Landing Gear Jack - 24" Lift - 12,000 lbs # BD185400. This is an external...
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  • Recommended Largest Stabilizer Jacks For Jayco Octain Trailer
  • For your Jayco Octain, I recommend the Ultra-Fab Ultra Scissor Jacks - 30" Lift - 6,500 lbs - Qty 2 # UF48-979031. The overall length of the mounting plate is 7-1/4 inches, and the width is 3-1/2 inches. I've attached measurements in the attached photo to assist. If you want an even more stable system, I recommend the Ultra-Fab Power Twin II Electric Stabilizer with Dual Motors - 30" Lift - 6,000 lbs # UF39-941705 or the manual crank version # UF39-941704. These systems are adjustable...
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  • Replacement Foot Pads for the Lippert Ground Control 3.0 Electric 5th Wheel Jack
  • I found the foot pads you need for your Lippert Ground Control 3.0 Leveling System. For the rear jacks, you will need part # LC377962. These will be the foot pads that will fit the round tubes on the rear jacks. In case you ever need them , the front pads are # LC362486. These pads will fit the square tubes on the front 5th wheel jacks of the Ground Control System. The pin hole on the foot is 1/2 inch in diameter. You will need a 1/2 inch pin to secure the feet to the bottom of the...
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  • Electric A-Frame Jack Recommendation for Jayco Jay Flight Travel Trailer
  • For a Jayco Jay Flight travel trailer that weighs 6100-lbs dry you will want an electric tongue jack rated as high as possible to ensure the jack does not have to work too hard; this will help it provide a longer service life. All of our bolt-on a-frame electric tongue jacks are shown on the linked page. These offer varying amount of lift, from 14- to 25-inches. We offer a great-value option in parts # EJ-3520-BBX (black)and # EJ-3520-WBX (white). This jack has 3500-lb capacity, 25-1/8-inches...
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  • Recommendation on an Electric Trailer Tongue Jack to Fit a Concessions Trailer Weighing 10K
  • When looking to purchase an electric trailer jack, there are a few features you want to keep in mind when comparing between brands. Power draw, weight capacity, and maximum lift height will be the features that will be important in deciding on the correct jack application that will work for your needs. With this in mind, the jack that I recommend with the information that you provided is the Ultra-Fab Phoenix, # UF38-944055. The jack has a lift capacity of 5,500 lbs and a total lift...
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  • How to Determine Middle Jack Placement of Lippert Ground Control 3.0
  • I spoke with a representative of Lippert concerning the installation of the middle jacks on your Lippert Ground Control 3.0 - 6-Point Set # LC675817 and was told that there is not a set distance. What you will need to do is run a string line like in the directions (see accompanying photo) and the middle jacks when retracted must be above that line. So depending on the measurement of that string it might be possible for you to mount the middle jacks 48 inches forward. I also asked about...
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  • Comparing the Stromberg Carlson Trailer Jacks # JET-5000NG VS JET-5000
  • All-around the Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack # JET-5000NG is nicer than the # JET-5000. The bearings in the part # JET-5000NG allow it to raise and lower much smoother and quicker, the size of the head is a bit smaller and the lighting is nicer too. For how similar the price is between the two the # JET-5000NG really is the winner.
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  • JTs Strong Arm Stabilizer Recommend for 2019 Keystone Montana 385BR with Ground Control
  • Yes, the JT Strong Arm Stabilizer System # LC191023 will work with your LCI Level Up System. I checked with Lippert and found that you can use the JT's Strong Arm Jack Stabilizer Kit # LC191023 with the adapter lugs # LC314592. For your LCI level up system will need a quantity of 6 adapter lugs, these are sold as a quantity of 2 on our site.
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  • Manual Jacks to Lift a 2008 Bronco Polarino Truck Bed Camper
  • Brophy Cable Camper Jacks - 67" Max Lift Height - 3,000 lbs - Qty 2 Item # CJ74 will work great with your 1,600 pound truck bed camper. Just make sure that the 67 inch maximum lift height is enough to get the camper into the truck bed. The brackets that lift the camper are 21-1/2 inches long so when properly placed at the center of gravity on the camper it will be balanced. It is recommended to have 2 people when operating the jacks so they lift evenly. For tie downs we have custom...
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  • Dimensions of Bulldog and Ultra-Fab Fifth Wheel Landing Gear
  • I would be happy to help you with those dimensions. The Bulldog Electric 5th Wheel Landing Gear # BD500161 has the standard weld stop measurements that are 15-1/2" from inside to inside of weld stops and 17-1/2" from outside to outside; it also measures 12-1/2" from the top of the weld stop bracket to the top of the motor (when the motor is in the up position). The Ultra-Fab # UF17-943010 has weld stop brackets which measure 20-1/4" from outside to outside; it is 8-1/2" from the...
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  • Replacement Cap for RAM Electric A-Frame Trailer Jack
  • For the replacement cap that will cover the manual override on your Electric A-Frame Jack # EJ-3520-BBX, you will just need the Replacement Cap # EJ-3520-BCP. This will include one cap for your jack.
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  • Recommended Electric Trailer Jack for an A-Frame Trailer With 700 lb Tongue Weight
  • I recommend using the etrailer.com Electric Jack with a Footplate, part # EJ-3520-BBX, for A-Frames. This trailer jack is rated for 3,500 lbs so it will have more than enough power to lift and lower your tongue weight of 700 lbs. This trailer jack has a total lift of 25-1/8 inches and comes with an LED light that shines down towards the coupler to make connecting or disconnecting your trailer in the dark much easier. Another great feature about this electric trailer jack is that it has...
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  • How to Determine Correct Landing Gear for a 2010 Keystone Cougar Fifth Wheel
  • To determine if the Landing Gear # RVLG-8000 will fit your 20110 Keystone Cougar you first need to determine the distance between the weld stops on your current gear. If your weld stops (see attached picture) measure 15-1/2" on the inside and 17-1/2" on the outside then the 8K landing gear will do a great job and fit your Keystone Cougar. Let me know if your weld stops are in different locations and I can help you out. Although a lot of motors can be used in place of another one I...
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  • Replacement Landing Gear Recommendation for Salem By Forest River
  • The part # RVLG-8000 is going to work well for you since you said the dimensions are the same. The motor kit for this set is part # M1230 and although it may mount differently it will work. The big thing with these kits is the dimensions matching where the landing gear attaches to the trailer. The standard measurement on landing gear legs is 15-1/2 inches between the tabs that are on the legs of the jack like what you see in the picture I attached.
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  • Recommended Replacement Landing Jack System for 2008 Keystone Montana Mountaineer 345DBQ
  • For your 2008 Keystone Montana Mountaneer 345DBQ, the Lippert Replacement Lead Leg for Keystone Montana 5th Wheel Landing Gear # LC178653 and follow leg # LC178652 are a perfect replacement. These parts are exactly what you need for your trailer. If you want the entire replacement kit, you can use the Lippert Manual Landing Gear Set with Handle - Weld On - 37" Lift - 6,000 lbs # LC333966 or electric # LC333964 which will have only one option of weld stops for your trailer. I've...
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  • How to Remove Pin in Handle Shaft to Replace Gears on an Older Bulldog Model 12 Square Jack
  • I spoke to my contact at Bulldog who said that the Model 12, 180 Series Bulldog jack that you have is the older version of the the current 10K jacks like part # BD182500. Since you have the older version without the spring that you mentioned seeing in other videos it means that pin you are trying to remove has knurls on it. When it was first installed that pin hole was smooth and the knurls on the pin basically "carved" into that pin hole. To remove it you need to use a punch and quite...
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  • Recommended Electric Motor Power-Drive Kit for Bulldog 2-Speed Jack with Teardrop Style Gear Box
  • For your Bulldog 2-Speed Jack - Drop Leg w/ Spring Return - Traditional - 12-1/2" Lift - 10,000 lbs # BD183902 on your 42 foot long gooseneck, the Bulldog Powered-Drive Kit for OEM 2-Speed Planetary Jacks w/ 12,000-lb Capacity # BD1824180100 is not the correct fit for your application. This kit is only for the planetary gear jacks that have the 4 inch square gearbox. For your jacks with the more teardrop style gear box, I reached out to my contact at Bulldog and confirmed the Bulldog...
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  • Replacement Lippert Ground Control 3.0 6-Point Control Module
  • For your Lippert Ground Control 3.0 six-point leveling system, I haven't heard of any issues. These systems have been on the market as only a factory option for years and just recently became available for aftermarket use like the 4-point system. I was able to find the replacement control module you are seeking and it is # LC346005. This is the proper replacement for the Lippert Ground Control 3.0 Electric 5th Wheel RV Leveling System w Touchpad and Remote - 6-Point Set # LC675817.
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  • Replacement Scissor Jack for a 2016 R-Pod 178 Trailer
  • It does appear that your 2016 R-Pod 178 uses the Ram scissor jack, # TJSC-24, so it would be the correct replacement. Should you also ever need a replacement handle it is # TJSC-24-HD.
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  • How to Install the Lippert Components JT's Strong Arm Jack Stabilizer Kit # LC191023 on RV
  • To install the Lippert Components JT's Strong Arm Jack Stabilizer Kit # LC191023 on your hydraulic levels you will need to also install the Lippert Components JT's Strong Arm Jack Stabilizer Adaptor Lug # LC314592. I will be sending the instructions for you to check out in a separate email.
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  • Can the Electric Jack w/ Footplate # EJ-3520-BBX be Connected to 12V Circuit on 7-Way
  • You can use the 12V circuit on your 7-Way to power the Electric Jack w/ Footplate # EJ-3520-BBX but it is usually best to use a separate 12V battery that is stored on your trailer. Reason being that sometimes the trailer jack needs more power than the 12V wire from your tow vehicle can deliver. Is it possible, yes, but if that isn't enough power you will need to add a battery to your trailer. We do have the Buyers Products Jack # 3370093500 which you can plug right in to your 7-Way...
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  • Drop Leg Extension for Lippert Components Power Tongue Jack LC285318
  • There is a drop leg made specifically for Lippert power jacks such as # LC285318. It is # LC405217.
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  • Comparing Stallion and etrailer.com Drop Leg Stabilizer Jacks for Trailer
  • Quality-wise there isn't much of a difference between the etrailer.com stabilizer jacks part # TJ01RT-HD and the Stallion Stabilizer Jacks # 288-01892-2 that you also mentioned. I'd recommend going with the kit that matches the height requirements you need best. The # 288-01892-2 has a travel of up to 22-1/4 inches and the # TJ01RT-HD has a travel of up to 18 inches. I also attached a review video for these jacks for you to check out as well.
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  • JT Strong Arm Stabilizer Kit & Adapter for Rockwood Travel Trailer with Lippert Electric Stabilizer
  • For your 2018 Rockwood travel trailer with a Lippert electric stabilizer, all you need in order to use the JT's Strong Arm Jack Stabilizer Kit for Travel Trailers # LC191025 is the Electric Stabilizer Jack Pad Adapter # LC314597. I have added a photo a customer sent in so you can see how this adapter would work when using the stabilizer kit on your travel trailer. The adapter kit simply attaches the feet of your stabilizer to the Strong Arm kit and you'll have the added stability you...
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  • Is Lippert Ground Control 2.0 System Compatible with 3.0 Motor and Leg?
  • The Lippert 2.0 system is not compatible with the motors on the 3.0 system. The 3.0 system uses electric motors that utilize the hall effect where the 2.0 system does not. This is a completely different design which makes the motor and legs incompatible with the controller and wiring of the 2.0 system. You will need to upgrade your system if you desire that style as your system has been replaced. For the 2.0 system we have the Replacement Heavy-Duty Landing Gear Jack Leg for Ground...
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  • Adapter Needed for JT Strong Arm Stabilizers to Allow Full Retraction
  • To allow the Lippert electric stabilizers to retract fully when using the JT Strong Arm stabilizers # LC191025 you will need to also use the adapter set # LC314597. If not used you could run into clearance issues while towing the trailer. The adapter allows the jacks to fully retract properly but does not change the way they work so you will be leveling side to side only unless the jacks on your trailer can each move independently of the other 3. There would be no further parts needed...
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  • Solution for Tailgate That is Hitting A-Frame Jack
  • While your frustration is understandable there is no way for me to tell you with certainty that using the Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack # JET-3755 or # JET-4000NG will stop your tailgate from hitting the jack. A-frame jacks like these mount to a specific place on your trailer and if your tailgate comes down at that point, they will hit. What you can do instead is use a side-frame mount jack like the Fulton Marine Jack # HD50000101 or you could keep your A-frame jack and use...
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  • Trailer Jack Stand Rated for Trailers Over 5,000 Pounds
  • Valterra makes the similar jack stand # A10-0900. This one is rated for 10,000 pounds. I have linked a video review of this stand for you.
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  • Replacement Follow Landing Gear Leg for 1998 Fleetwood Savanna 5th Wheel
  • I have a few different options for you depending on the route you would like to take. However, regardless of which route you pursue you will need to take some measurements of your outer jack tube length and weld stop spacing. If you are handy and the bevel gear inside your jack leg is the only one that is damaged then you can just obtain the Follow Jack Repair Kit for Stromberg Carlson Landing Gear part # LG-146060. However, if you don't want to mess with repairing your old jack leg or...
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  • Replacement Foot Needed for a Lippert # 1817941 Electric Jack
  • The Lippert Electric Trailer Jack # LC285318 is the replacement jack for your 1817941 jack and it has a 2" diameter inner tube. This jack uses the Replacement Jack Foot Pad # LC165253 which fits with the 2" diameter inner tube. If your jack has the same inner tube diameter then you want this part number over the part # LC405217 that has a 1-1/2" tube diameter. I have attached a photo with some dimensions listed so you can confirm a fit on your end before purchasing.
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  • Replacement Legs for Lippert Electric Landing Gear Set
  • To replace the legs on your Lippert Electric Landing Gear Set # LC333964, you will just need the Replacement Part # LC179013 for the Lead Leg and # LC179014 for the Follow Leg. I have attached a short video demonstration on these replacement parts for you to check out.
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  • 4-Point Ground Control or 6-Point Ground Control for 2018 Keystone Cougar 338RLK?
  • I have added a photo of the manual from the Ground Control unit which will explain which of the systems, the 4-Point # LC358590 or 6-Point # LC675817 you need to use. From my research it looks like your 2018 Keystone Cougar 338RLK has a 12,490 lb GVWR so unless the center of the landing gear foot and the center of the rear jack foot is 20 feet or greater it is not recommended to use the 6-Point system.
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  • Dual Jack Landing Gear for Gooseneck Trailer Transporting Large Water Tank
  • The weight of 1600 gallons of water, without the water tank's own weight factored in, is about 13,350-lbs. For such a high-weight application I suggest Bulldog Square Jacks # BD182804 and # BD182805 along with Connecting Rod # BDCS730300. Two jacks are definitely the way to go. If you wish to motorize this jack setup you can also add motor kit # BD1824200100. I also recommend you first determine the actual pin weight of the loaded trailer so that you can be sure to select jacks with...
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  • Dual Motor Landing Gear System For 1995 KZ Sportsmen 2200
  • First things first. . . thank you for your service. I am happy to help you obey the unofficial retirement rules and help you find the proper system. We only have a few to choose from that are dual motor. We have the Bulldog Electric 5th Wheel Landing Gear Set - 36" Travel - 10,000 lbs # BD500161 and the Ultra-Fab Deluxe Electric Landing Gear Set - 38" Lift - 12,000 lbs # UF17-943010. Neither of these options fit the exact dimensions you mentioned on your 1995 KZ Sportsmen 2200 (and...
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  • Installation of JT Strong Arm Stabilizer Kit for Electric Stabilizer Jacks on Camping Trailer
  • The JT's Strong Arm Jack Stabilizer Kit for Travel Trailers # LC191025 can be used with the Electric Stabilizer Jack Pad Adapter for JT's Strong Arm Jack Stabilizer Kits - Qty 4 # LC314597 and each kit will work on two stabilizer jacks. I've attached a picture to further assist. For your 4 jacks, you will need 2 kits.
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  • Are Lippert Stabilizer Jack Motors # LC138445 and # LC352338 The Same
  • While the two motors do look pretty similar they actually are different and are not interchangeable. The part # LC352338 is not as long and has a wider base whereas the part # LC138445 is a bit longer. The wiring comes out in two different places too.
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  • Can Wireless Remote be Added to Lippert 3.0 Ground Control Leveling System
  • We do have a replacement wireless remote for the Lippert Ground Control 3.0 # LC358590, for that you would want the part # LC358601. Here is how the remote would get programmed: 1. Enter the Leveler app on the LINC Remote. 2. Turn the remote on by pressing and releasing the large silver button at the bottom of the unit. 3. Press the “OK” button on the touch screen to access the Function Menu. 4. Press the Leveler App button. 5. With the interface turned off, press LEFT 5 times...
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  • How to Choose Between the 4-Point and 6-Point Lippert Ground Control 3.0 Leveling System
  • If the gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) of your trailer is less than 15,500 lbs and the distance between the center of the landing gear foot and center of the rear landing gear jack foot will be less than 20' then you will want to use the Lippert Ground Control 3.0 Electric 5th Wheel RV Leveling System part # LC358590 (4-Point). If the gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) of your trailer is 15,500 lbs or greater and or the distance between the center of the landing gear foot and center...
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  • How to Replace the Switch on the Lippert Electric Trailer Jack with Footplate Part # LC285318
  • If you are referring to the Lippert Electric Trailer Jack with Footplate part # LC285318 then you are going to want to use the Replacement Extend / Retract Switch Assembly part # LC226023. In order to replace the switch you will need to obtain a pick tool or very small flathead screwdriver and beging to pry the top or bottom of the switch out of the housing. Once this is done you can then remove the spade terminals and install them on the new switch. In order to install the new switch you...
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  • Is there a Way to Identify 5th Wheel Trailer Landing Gear with No Markings
  • It is possible that there is a part number somewhere that would help identify the landing gear on your trailer. Sometimes there is information on the underside of the caps on the tops of the jacks so that is another place you can check if you haven't already. Many landing gear parts are interchangeable among the different manufacturers but this is not always the case so identifying the manufacture and/or model number is important. Another option is to replace the landing gear with...
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  • Does the Lippert Components Power Stabilizer Jack Part # LC387874 Included a Switch
  • The Lippert Components Power Stabilizer Jack part # LC337199 does not include a power switch. For a switch compatible with this jack, I recommend using the Lippert Electric Jack Switch with Harness for Lippert Components High Speed Stabilizer Jacks part # LC387874 as this is the confirmed switch needed to activate the jack. Lippert also recommends wiring a 6 Amp Auto Reset Breaker part # LC134181 between the switch and the jack's motor. I have attached a diagram that shows the typical...
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  • Atwood Landing Gear Replacement for 36" Long Landing Gear
  • To replace the Atwood landing gear on your 5th wheel trailer you will need to measure the distance between your weld stops. This is typically 15-1/2" on the inside and 17-1/2" on the outside (see attached photo). We do have replacement options but since Atwood is no longer in the landing gear business you need to replace your whole landing gear set to ensure that the gear ratio and strengths are the same. If your weld stop locations match the picture then I recommend using the 8,000...
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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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  • How to Wire the Toggle Switches on the Lippert Electric Trailer Jack LC285318
  • I spoke to my contact at Lippert about wiring the toggle switches for the Lippert Electric Trailer Jack with Footplate part # LC285318. They stated that they don't have any schematics on this unfortunately but what we were able to do is snap a photo of the back of the switch panel. Let me know if this helps. If needed, we have the correct replacement switches as well as the light. The on/off switch is part # LC226018, the extend/retract switch is part # LC226023, and the light board...
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  • Lippert Power Tongue Trailer Jack Switch Replacement Recommendation
  • For a Lippert Power Tongue Jack the correct replacement switch is the Replacement Extend / Retract Switch Assembly for Lippert Components Power Tongue Jack # LC226023. It's not super uncommon for these to go out over time so most likely this will get your jack working again. Especially since it will raise but not lower and raising would draw more amperage than lowering.
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  • Wiring For Lippert Components High-Speed Power Stabilizer Jack
  • I assume you are asking about wiring the switch of the Lippert Components High-Speed Power Stabilizer Jack # LC369774. For this, please refer to the accompanying cutout I added; your jack uses Switch # LC144214 so as the diagram makes clear, the black wire is retract, the green wire is extend, the white will likely be ground and red will then be power.
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  • Landing Gear for a 2009 Heartland Bighorn 5th Wheel Trailer
  • I did some checking and the 2009 Heartland Bighorn 5th wheel trailers were built on a Lippert chassis and have other Lippert components so the landing gear will also be Lippert. If you just need to replace legs then the lead leg is # LC179013 and the follower leg is # LC179014. If you need the whole set use # LC333964.
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  • Replacement Electric Landing Gear for Horse Trailer
  • Sorry to hear your system broke and there aren't replacement parts available for your horse trailer. The Bulldog Velocity Series Electric Landing Gear Jack - 24" Lift - 12,000 lbs # BD185400 is a good replacement for your discontinued and broken system. It will simply bolt right on to your trailer so it can utilize the 12V power you already have run. It is able to lift 12,000 lbs and lifts 20 inches in 60 seconds. Another great option for you is the Bulldog Square Jack - Drop Leg...
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  • Replacement Foot Pads for Lippert Ground Control 3.0
  • The replacement foot pads for the Lippert Ground Control 3.0 # LC675817 (6-Point Set) or # LC358590 (4-Point Set) are different; the Replacement Rear Foot Pad # LC377962 has a circular receiver tube and the Replacement Front Foot Pad # LC362486 has a square receiver tube. Since you have the 6-point system and said you lost the left middle I believe you need the Front Foot Pad # LC362486.
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  • Will the Lippert Stabilization Jacks Include Electric Motors
  • Both the Lippert Components High-Speed Power Stabilizer Jack, # LC369774, and Lippert Components Power Stabilizer Jack, # LC337199, will include the new electric motors installed on the units. There will be no need for installing your current motor on either of these stabilization jacks.
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  • Replacement Landing Gear for a Keystone Laredo 5th Wheel Trailer
  • Bulldog Tandem Landing Gear Set # BD500162 is a great option for a manual set to replace the landing gear on your Keystone Laredo. I have linked a video review for you. The handle is not included so use # BD500203 to add the crank handle. For an electric set you could use # RVLG-8HDL and add motor # M1230 and, if you don't already have one, a switch # LC145236.
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  • How Should Replacement Extend/Retract Switch of Lippert A-Frame Jack LC285318 Wire In
  • The replacement extend/retract switch for the Lippert powered A-frame jack part # LC285318 that you referenced is the part # LC226023. I reached out to a representative of Lippert, who explained that while there was no wiring diagram available, when installing the Replacement Extend / Retract Switch Assembly # LC226023 in your Lippert Electric Trailer Jack # LC285318, it will wire up exactly the same as the original, so what you can do before removing the original switch is take a photo...
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  • Replacement Stabilizer Jack for Lippert Components Power Stabilizer Jack
  • The replacement that you need is the Lippert Components Power Stabilizer Jack # LC337199. Some of our other options, like part # LC369774 that you referenced, is a kit, but the part # LC337199 is the basic jack that you will need. I spoke with my contact at Lippert who confirmed this.
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  • Does Lippert Stabilizer Jack LC337199 Work on 2014 Thor Chateau?
  • There is a potential option for a power stabilizer jack for your 2014 Thor Chateau, but Lippert Stabilizer Jack # LC337199 has very specific mounting hole spacing of 68-11/16" and is better used as a replacement for trailers that have these mounting dimensions already. Instead, I recommend the Ultra-Fab Power Twin II Electric Stabilizer # UF39-941705, which is designed for either trailers or RVs that have a frame between 48" and 80". It has dual 12V motors that operate independently of...
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  • Replacement Rubber Plug for Manual Crank on Lippert Electric Tongue Jack 181794
  • The Replacement Top Rubber Plug for Lippert Power Tongue Jacks # LC321807 will fit your Lippert Electric Jack # LC285318, which is the same as your model 1817941.
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  • Recommended Replacement Electric Jack for Atwood 10,000 lb Landing Gear
  • Thank you for the photos. Unfortunately there is not a replacement motor for the Atwood jack that you have. I think your best option is to replace the jack and the motor to get a working assembly. I recommend the Bulldog 2-Speed Jack - Drop Leg w/ Spring Return - Planetary - 12-1/2" Lift - 10,000 lbs # BD183816 along with the Bulldog Powered-Drive Kit for OEM 2-Speed Planetary Jacks w/ 12,000-lb Capacity # BD1824180100. Another option is to use the more traditional Bulldog Electric...
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  • Replacement Motor and Gearbox for Lippert Electric Ground Control TT Leveling System
  • Yes, the correct replacement motor and gearbox for the c-jacks on the Electric Ground Control TT Automatic 5-Point Travel Trailer Leveling System part # LC672136 is the Replacement Motor and Gearbox for C-Jack for Lippert Components Electric Ground Control TT part # LC656216. This unit comes with both the motor and gearbox already attached.
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  • How to Choose the Correct Lippert Components JTs Strong Arm Jack Stabilizers for an RV
  • In order to determine the correct Lippert Components JT's Strong Arm Jack Stabilizers you will want to measure from the center for your front jacks on the Lippert Ground Control 3.0 Electric 5th Wheel RV Leveling System part # LC358590. If the distance from the center of each front jack is 58" apart or more than you will want to use part # LC191023 but if this same distance is less than 58" apart than you will want to use part # LC191024. Both of the above kits come with everything...
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  • Can Ultra Fab Tripod Stabilizer be Used with Andersen Ultimate Connection Adapter
  • The Ultra-Fab Economy 5th Wheel King Pin Tripod Stabilizer - Steel - 31" to 54" - 5,000 lbs # UF19-950500 will not fit with the attachment for your Andersen Ultimate in place. However, if you want to keep that hitch attachment in place, you can use the Replacement Gooseneck Tripod Ball Assembly for Ultra-Fab 5th Wheel King Pin Tripod Stabilizer # UF19-001057 to make it work on your system.
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  • Availability Of An A-Frame Trailer Jack With Round Mounting Flange With 4 Holes
  • Almost all A-frame jacks have the triangle mounting plate with the 3 inch on center holes. We do not carry anything that has the 4 holes. We do have some electric jacks like the Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack - Drop Leg - A-Frame - 23" Lift - 5,000 lbs - Black, # JET-5000 that have a round plate to mount, but the holes are still lined up with the triangular mount design. Unfortunately you will either have to weld the bracket or drill holes in your coupler for modern standard...
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  • Can 6-Point Lippert Ground Control System be Downgraded to 4-Point System
  • To downgrade the 6-Point Set Lippert Ground Control 3.0 # LC675817 on your 2014 Arctic Fox 27-5L you will need to disconnect/remove 2 of the rear jacks and then also swap out your current control module for the part # LC304136 which is used for the 4-Point Set # LC358590. I'm not sure why you would want to downgrade your system but if you choose to the weight capacity will still be sufficient. I did reach out to my contact at Lippert who confirmed all of this and advised against downgrading...
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  • Troubleshooting Manual Adjustment Nut for Lippert Electric Trailer Jack
  • The Lippert Electric Trailer Jack with Footplate - A-Frame - 18" Lift - 3,500 lbs - Black # LC285318 does not yet have a replacement nut available. I reached out to Lippert and they said many people have used impact tools on them instead of the manual handle that comes with it and have damaged that part but they don't yet have a fix for that as it wasn't designed for that use. At this time there is no replacement available, so you would need to replace the entire jack. I've linked the...
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  • Upgrading Discontinued Lippert Trailer Jack 181794
  • The Lippert electric trailer jack 181794 was replaced by the Lippert trailer jack part # LC285318 with a 3,500 lbs capacity and 18 inches of lift. The Lippert jack measures 21-1/2 inches from the bottom of the mounting bracket to the very top of the jack and 10-3/4" from the foot plate to the bottom of the mounting bracket. Fully extended it measures 28-3/4 inches. Since you want a jack with a higher capacity, I recommend Ultra-Fab jack part # UF38-944014. The Ultra-Fab Jack gives you...
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  • Recommended Stabilizer Jacks for 2016 Forest River 2608WS Travel Trailer
  • I can't find the factory stabilization specs online, but I think you are correct in your assumption. To replace these jacks I recommend the Ultra-Fab Power Twin II Electric Stabilizer with Dual Motors - 30" Lift - 6,000 lbs # UF39-941705. This allows individual side adjustment up to 30 inches of lift. For a manual option, I recommend the Ultra-Fab Power Twin II Manual Stabilizer for Trailers and RVs - 30" Lift - 6,000 lbs # UF39-941704. For stability under the slide I recommend the...
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  • Troubleshooting Switches Not Working Properly for Lippert Electric Trailer Jack
  • When you say the unit stays on are you talking about the lights for the Lippert Electric Trailer Jack # LC285318 or the actual motor that extends/retracts the leg? If the lights continue to stay on then it would be worth double checking the connections to make sure they look good before replacing the switch with part # LC226018. When it comes to the retract/extend functions being switched it may just mean that you need to swap some wiring on the back. It sounds a little odd that just...
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  • JT Strong Arm Stabilizer Kit Compatible with 2016 Keystone Sprinter 5th Wheel Trailer
  • The JT's Strong Arm Jack Stabilizer Kit for 5th Wheel RVs - 58" or More Between Landing Gear # LC191023 is designed for 5th wheel trailers. The # LC191024 for under 58 inches between landing gear is also for 5th wheel trailers. I've attached the installation instructions to assist. You can use the Lippert Components JT's Strong Arm Jack Stabilizer Adaptor Lug for 5th Wheel RV Landing Gear # LC314592 to make a bracket for it. These lugs can be welded to round hydraulic foot pads popular...
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  • What Happens if Motor on Bulldog Electric Landing Gear set Fails?
  • That's a very good question, and in fact there is a Plan B if a motor fails on a Bulldog Electric 5th Wheel Landing Gear Set, # BD500161. You will need to find an appropriate socket and wrench, and you can turn it manually. Take a look at the picture I've attached for a reference. There is a replacement motor if necessary, # BD500359.
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  • Lippert Ground Control Leg In Need Of Replacement
  • We don't have any internal repair kits for the Lippert Ground Control 3.0 Electric 5th Wheel RV Leveling System # LC358590. We simply have the replacement legs: Replacement Left Rear Leg # LC305339 Replacement Right Rear Leg # LC344792 Front leg # LC305340
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  • How to Determine Correct Electric A-Frame Jack for Travel Trailer
  • The correct jack will have a capacity that will surpass your trailer's loaded tongue weight, which is typically between 10 and 15 percent of the loaded trailer's weight. I looked up your 2013 Jayco Jay Feather Ultra Lite Travel Trailer and from my research it looks like your Jayco has a 4,750 lb GVWR so any one of our A-frame jacks would work in terms of weight capacity. The Electric Jack w/ Footplate # EJ-3520-WBX could be a great option; it has a 3,500 lb lift capacity, an extended...
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  • Jack Needed to Support Slide Out on 2018 Passport 2810BH with No Rails Under Slide Out
  • Since you don't have the rails under your slide out the typical slide out supports like part # UF19-960003 wont' work but we do have another possible solution for you. Brophy has some camper jacks that are meant to be used for supporting a truck bed camper but when I spoke with my contact at Brophy she said you could use them for your slide out too. These come in varying weight capacities and max heights so you would just need to choose one that fits your application. Please note...
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  • Replacement Weld-On Frame Clamp Leg Brackets to Install 5th Landing Gear
  • The brackets needed to install the Landing Gear Set # RVLG-8000 is part # LC113511. These are sold individually.
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  • Can JT Strong Arms be Used on Lippert Auto Leveling Trailer Jacks
  • Sounds like you have an auto leveling Lippert Ground Control/Level Up jack kit on your trailer. Yes, the JT Strong Arm Stabilizer System # LC191023 will work with your LCI Level Up System. I checked with Lippert and found that you can use the JT's Strong Arm Jack Stabilizer Kit # LC191023 with the adapter lugs # LC314592. For your LCI level up system will need a quantity of 6 adapter lugs, these are sold as a quantity of 2 on our site. The manufacture also provided me with instructions...
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  • 2-Motor Powered Landing Gear Recommendation for 2010 Keystone Montana
  • The Montana by Keystone had a special set of landing gear made for them by Lippert. So typically we recommend the part # LC178653 for the lead leg and part # LC178652 for the follow leg. The difference is the mounting bracket location that's on the jack. So your best option for a dual motor landing gear setup would be the Bulldog kit part # BD500161 which can have the motors inverted when installed like what you see in the attached picture. This will give you more clearance. The mounting...
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  • Can Power for the Bulldog Powered Drive Trailer Jack Come from the 7-Way Trailer Connector
  • The installation of a 7-way trailer plug like the Pollak Black Plastic, 7-Pole, RV-Style Trailer Connector part # PK12706 on an electric a-frame trailer jack like the Bulldog Powered Drive Trailer Jack part # BD500200 is not something that we have the ability to offer you unfortunately. However, this process will be extremely simple as all you need to do is insert the power wire on the jack into the correct terminal on the 7-way and then tighter down the screw. It should not take more than...
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  • Can the Husky Brute Electric Trailer Jack Be Rotated to Face a Different Direction
  • In order to position the Husky Brute Electric Trailer Jack part # HT87248 for 3,000 lbs or part # HT87247 for 4,500 lbs so that the switches are on the side and not facing forward. You will want to just simply rotate the jack until it lines up with the next set of bolt holes. I have attached a photo that shows the jack with these switches facing the left side of the trailer for you as well.
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  • How Much Battery Power Is Needed to Operate Electric Tongue Jacks
  • Your specific battery's amp-hour rating (Ah), its condition and the specific jack in use will determine how many uses you will get before your battery is drained. Powered trailer tongue jacks like the Bulldog # BD500188 and the Stromberg Carlson # JET-4000NG, as examples from those on the linked page, can draw substantial power. The specific power drawn by the jack depends on the particular jack and the actual load that is on it. The Stromberg Carlson # JET-4000NG will pull about 13.5-amps...
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  • Recommended Replacement Landing Gear for 2007 Pilgrim 40 Foot 5th Wheel Trailer
  • On your 2007 Pilgrim 40 foot 5th wheel trailer, I recommend using the Ultra-Fab Deluxe Electric Landing Gear Set - 38" Lift - 12,000 lbs # UF17-943010. This landing gear will allow you to adjust independently for easy and quick leveling. The leg will travel 1 inch every 15 seconds and has drop legs for even faster compatibility. I've attached a diagram for you to see the connection points based on the weld stops so you can determine if it will bolt right in or if modifications to your...
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  • Recommendations for Manual Stabilizer Jack with 22 Inches of Lift
  • There isn't a manual version of the Ultra_Fab Power Twin stabilizer jack with 22 inches of lift but I do have some options for you. You can use Valterra Folding Manual Stabilizer for Trailers and RVs - 14" to 28" Tall - Aluminum Item # 020106 which uses a ratchet strap to raise/lower the legs. It would have to be placed in an easy to reach location though. Another option is to go with scissor jacks such as # UF48-979031. If you do go with these scissor jacks you can add Ultra-Fab...
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  • Replacement Drop Leg Extension for Lippert Power Jack with Additional Height Needed
  • The Lippert Electric Trailer Jack with Footplate - A-Frame - 18" Lift - 3,500 lbs - Black # LC285318 has a drop leg available that will give an extra 4-1/2 inches with # LC405217.
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  • Axle Ground Clearance Needed For TrailerLegs Tire Saver Stands
  • The TrailerLegs Tire Saver Stands - Tandem Axle # 326-TRLLG-4 have overall dimensions of 15" long x 8" wide x 19" tall. In order for the rubber to grip and allow lift your axles will need to be a minimum of 11-1/2 inches off the ground. The manufacturer recommends using some wheel blocks like # A10-0918 to increase the height of your axle from the ground if needed to assist in making this system work ideally if your axle height is less than the 11-1/2 inches.
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  • Best Landing Gear Upgrade Options for 5th Wheel Trailer
  • We do have motors that you can add to your landing gear. For example, the Landing Gear Set # RVLG-8000 can be operated with the manual crank # RVLG-HDL but you can also add the motor # M1230 and switch # LG-145236 for effortless operation on your end. The next upgrade for landing gear is the Ultra-Fab Deluxe Electric Landing Gear Set # UF17-943010. This is rated for up to 12,000 lbs and operates via separate motors so you can easily level your 5th wheel trailer without using blocks like...
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  • Recommended Stabilizing Kit for Lippert Auto Leveling System on 2017 Keystone Sprinter 5th Wheel
  • The auto leveling system on your 2017 Keystone Sprinter is a Lippert auto leveling system, so the stabilizers that I recommend are the JT's Strong Arm Jack Stabilizer Kit which are also by Lippert and confirmed to work. If you have more than 58 inches between your front landing gear legs, then you will want part # LC191023. If you have less than 58 inches, then you will want part # LC191024. You will also need the Adapter Lug, # LC314592, for the rear leveling legs.
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