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  • Replacement Powered Tongue Jack for A-Frame Trailer
  • If initially your Husky powered trailer jack's motor stopped working, and now the jack's manual crank mechanism no long works either, then it sounds like at least the gearbox is damaged. The motor could be salvageable if it still seems to function (e.g. make some sound and rotate) but to eliminate any risk of having the jack fail on you again I suggest replacing it. This will be far easier than trying to re-build the gearbox. The linked page will display all of our powered a-frame trailer...
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  • Can etrailer.com Stabilizer Jacks # TJ01RT-HD Be Mounted To Trailer With 2 Inch Round Frame
  • The Stabilizer Jacks # TJ01RT-HD can work with the two inch frame of your trailer but either a plate will need to be welded to the frame or the jacks themselves would need to be welded. With the small radius of the trailer frame, trying to mount the jacks with bolts or another method would be unstable.
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  • Foot Plate Recommendation for Bulldog Jack # BD1500520317
  • For the Bulldog Jack with no mount we have the part # BD1500520317. For a foot plate you then would want the part # PS1400700340 which is a confirmed fit and unlike a wheel would not diminish the capacity of the jack.
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  • How to Install Atwood Stabilizer Jacks AT82298
  • The Atwood Stabilizer Jack Set # AT82298 does not include mounting hardware so you will need to supply that for installation. Use either galvanized or stainless steel hardware of an appropriate diameter for the mounting holes in the jacks' upper mounting bracket. Use hardware that will take advantage of all of the material at the mounting point, which will make the installation stronger. You can also have the jacks welded on by a qualified welder. It is a good idea to touch up the paint...
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  • Why Does My Electric Trailer Jack Beep when the Trailer is Not Hooked Up
  • If you have Phoenix Electric Trailer Jack - A-Frame - 22-1/2" Lift - 4,000 lbs Item # UF38-944040 it will show a red light when there is a low voltage situation. There could still be a low power situation though so you could have the battery on the trailer tested. If it is a different brand jack there may be something to indicate why it is beeping in the manual. If you do not have the manual tell me the make and model of the jack and I can see if I can find more information on it. In...
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  • Replacement LED Light Board for a Lippert Electric Trailer Jack
  • The replacement LED light board you will need for your Lipper Electric Jack, # LC285318, will be the Stromberg Carlson LED Light Board # 7145-226027.
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  • Replacement Bolt-On Side-Frame-Mount Swivel Jack to Replace Shelby 5876A8
  • The Shelby 1500-lb trailer jack 5876A8 is not available but we do have options in other 1500-lb-rated side-frame-mount swivel jacks. You can see all such products on the linked page. For cost-effective options that offer bolt-on installation consider the MaxxTow # MT70149 or the etrailer # MJ-1500B.
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  • Recommended Footplate For Atwood Round A-Frame Trailer Jack # AT82721
  • We do have a jack foot that will work with the Atwood Round A-Frame Trailer Jack # AT82721, but it is not the # AT82651 you asked about. The jack foot that will work with the # AT82721 is part # 82650. This is a twist-on footplate and it has a 6000 lb capacity.
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  • Comparison of Two Round Swivel Marine Trailer Jacks
  • The two swivel trailer jacks are very similar. The differences are the # MJ-1206B is rated for 1,000 pounds and has 10 inches of travel where the # MJ-1200B is a slight upgrade rated at 1,200 pounds and 11 inches of travel. I've linked videos to each of the jacks for you.
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  • Powered A-Frame Jack Recommendation for 2007 Skyline Layton 2680
  • My favorite powered jack to recommend is the Husky Jack part # HT87641 as it has bearings in the screw which allow it to operate quicker and smoother. It also shuts off automatically before topping or bottoming out. Other jacks will allow you to go too far with the jack but in doing so you damage the threads of the screw. It has a lifting capacity of 4,500 lbs which would be more than you'd need but will ensure that the jack will operate quickly and last a long time.
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  • Replacement Crank Assembly Recommendation for Pro Series Jack PS1400980376
  • It sounds like you are looking for a replacement crank assembly for the Pro Series jack part # PS1400980376 that you referenced. For that you would want the part # BD015181 which has the matching vertical clevis.
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  • How to Know if Stromberg Landing Gear # LG-1 Will Fit 2003 Montana Fifth Wheel
  • I attached a couple pictures that show the dimensions of the # LG-1 which will allow you to compare them to the dimensions of the landing gear on your trailer to know if they will fit.
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  • Swivel Jack Recommendation for Trailer with 6 inch Tall Trailer Frame
  • We have a solution that will work for you, but none of the bolt-on trailer jacks we offer are compatible with a 6 inch tall trailer frame. For a trailer frame of that height, I'd recommend you use a weld-on jack like part # FTJ120W0301. This jack has a 1200 lb capacity, and easily swivels rearward for storage with the pull of a pin.
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  • Replacement Landing Gear for 1998 Forest River Wildwood
  • With a unique measurement of 18-1/2 inches you may be able to contact the trailer manufacturer to find out what landing gear is on your trailer. You'll likely need the trailer's VIN for them to be able to identify it. If this doesn't work, or you'd rather not go that route, you can have the current brackets cut off of the trailer and then have new ones welded on. I've linked our selection of landing gear for you.
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  • Replacement Landing Gear for 2010 Open Range 5th-Wheel Trailer
  • For your 2010 Open Range 5th-Wheel Trailer, I recommend looking at the Stromberg Carlson Electric Landing Gear Set # LG-4. Each leg on this set is 33-1/2 inches tall and provides up to 19-7/8 inches of travel. It has a combined weight capacity of 6,500 pounds and the direct-drive motor will reduce strain on the jack for easy stabilization. To determine if this will fit with the brackets you already have welded to your trailer, you will want to take a measurement between them. The distance...
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  • How to Determine What Landing Gear is Needed for a 1995 Westport 34
  • In order to pick out a direct replacement for the landing gear on your 2007 Desert Fox 38U we would need to know the distance between the mounting brackets. Otherwise you could just have the brackets removed from your trailer by a qualified welder and then install the brackets that come with the Bulldog Tandem Landing Gear Set # BD500162. Either way this landing gear set would work well for you, you just might have to have the brackets of your trailer removed and then install the brackets...
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  • How to Correct Trailer Landing Gear Legs that are no Longer Level
  • It sounds like your two landing gear legs are no longer level with each other. If this is the case you should be able to remove the cross shaft and then crank the leg up using a wrench. If I don't understand your issue correctly let me know.
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  • How to Pick Out Powered Landing Gear for 1998 Holiday Rambler
  • In order to pick out a direct replacement for the landing gear on your trailer we would need to know the distance between the mounting brackets. Otherwise you could just have the brackets removed from your trailer by a qualified welder and then install the brackets that come with the Bulldog Tandem Landing Gear Set # BD500161. Either way this landing gear set would work well for you, you just might have to have the brackets of your trailer removed and then install the brackets of the #...
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  • Replacement A-Frame Trailer Jack
  • Your best option is to replace the jack and drill 3 new holes into the trailer. A-frame jacks have a standard bolt pattern that's roughly 3 inches on center from hole to hole. Generally the holes on the jack are slotted to allow for slight variances in the measurement and different hole sizes. Our most popular A-frame jack is the Husky Brute Electric Jack # HT87247. It uses bearings between the threads to reduce friction. It has a 4,500 pound capacity. If you prefer a manual jack...
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  • Replacing a Shelby 1,000 lbs Trailer Jack With a Similar Fulton Jack
  • Since we do not have a Shelby jack mounting bracket that goes to the discontinued Shelby Jack # 5876A8, I have no way to confirm whether or not a Fulton jack will fit it. With that being said, the Fulton Bolt-Thru Swivel Marine Jack # F1411300301 is almost identical to the Shelby Jack # 5876A8 that was referenced. It has a 10 inch lift, is rated for 1,500 lbs, has an extended bracket height of 24-3/4 inches, and will mount to a 3 x 5 trailer frame. The Fulton Mounting Bracket that...
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  • Recommended Atwood Topwind Jack For A-Frame Trailers
  • The Atwood Round Trailer Jack - No Mount - Topwind - 11-7/8" Lift - 1,000 lbs manufacturer part number 80036 has been discontinued. The very similar jack from the same manufacturer is the Atwood Round A-Frame Trailer Jack - Topwind - 15-1/8" Lift - 1,000 lbs # AT80009. The difference is in the mounting flange and the lift has been increased. Atwood is the manufacturer of both jacks and the capacity as well as the tube diameters are the same.
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  • Will the Stromberg Carlson Electric Jack Replace a Jack that has a Triangle Mount Flange
  • Yes, the Stromberg Carlson Electric Jack, # JET-3555, will fit on your trailer's A-frame jack mounting hole. A-Frame jacks are all the same size and have the same bolt-pattern. The manufacturers did this so they could simplify the manufacturing process for both bolt-on and weld-on A-frame jacks. The mounting bolt holes on the Stromberg Carlson jack measure 3 inches from center to center.
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  • Replacement Drop Leg for Dutton-Lainson Bolt-On, Drop Leg Trailer Jack - Sidewind - 2.5K DL22320
  • It sounds like you are talking about the drop leg part of Dutton-Lainson Bolt-On, Drop Leg Trailer Jack - Sidewind - 2,500 lbs Item # DL22320. To replace the drop leg you can use Replacement Drop Leg for etrailer and Ram Square Direct Weld Jacks - 3K Item # TJD-5000-FT. I have linked a video review of this leg for you.
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  • Husky Electric Jack Will Lower but not Rise
  • If the motor on your Husky Electric Trailer Jack # HT87247 works when lowering but cannot raise there are a couple of possibilities. The power supply feeding the jack may not be sufficient for the load; the 12v feed on a vehicle 7-way may not be delivering amount of current the jack needs. A power jack often needs a dedicated trailer-mounted battery to get the required lifting power. If you do have a dedicated battery, check and make sure you have a good ground at the jack mount with...
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  • Distance from Tube to Front and Height of Head to Mounting Bracket on Atwood Trailer Jack AT81068
  • I went out to the warehouse to measure Atwood Premier Performance Series Power Jack w/ Robofoot - A-Frame - 15" Lift - 3K - White Item # AT81068 for you. The green measurement from the tube to the furthest point out in front is 2-3/4 inches. The red measurement, height from the top of the mounting bracket to the underside of the jack head, is 14-1/8 inches.
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  • Recommended Wide-Track Single Wheel Jack For Trailer With 5-Inch Frame
  • We have just what you are looking for. I recommend the Fulton F2 Swing-Up Trailer Jack # F1413140334. This jack is designed to work with frames up to 5 inches and it has the swivel feature and a wide-track wheel. This jack has a 1,600 lb capacity.
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  • Is Additional Plunger Pin Needed with the Bulldog Powered-Drive Trailer Jack BD500188
  • The snapper pin that comes with the Bulldog Powered-Drive Trailer Jack # BD500188 that you have would be sufficient to hold the drop leg to the outer leg of the jack. You would not need to replace it with a plunger type pin.
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  • Does Fulton XLT Bolt-Thru Swivel Trailer Jack # F141133 Come Pre-Greased
  • The Fulton XLT Bolt-Thru Swivel Trailer Jack # F141133 comes pre-greased so you would not need to grease it before using it the first time. You might grease the jack a couple times a year with those fittings, but the jack does not come with a strict grease schedule.
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  • Jack Recommendation for Tentrax Trailer
  • I found the picture of the trailer and jack that you referenced. Looks like the trailer has a weld on style of Fulton F2 jack part # F1413060334. You would need to weld the mounting plate to the tongue of your trailer and it would easily work on your trailer.
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  • Recommended Trailer Jack for Easier Maneuverability on Boat Trailer
  • For your particular application, going with a single 8 inch wheel like what is on the Fulton XLT Bolt-Thru Swivel Trailer Jack # F141133 is going to be the better option. A dual wheel jack can be more beneficial on surfaces other than pavement, as a single wheel tends to dig more into softer surfaces like dirt or gravel. However, in terms of pure maneurverability on pavement like what you are needing, a dual wheel might actually make things more difficult, as they will provide more...
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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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  • Recommended Electric Tongue Jack for Forest River V-Cross Travel Trailer
  • I recommend looking at the Ultra-Fab Electric A-Frame Jack # UF38-944017, which has an 18 inch lift and is rated for tongue weights up to 3,500 lbs, more than enough for your Forest River's 900 lb tongue weight. This jack features a 12V motor with a toggle switch as well as an integrated circuit breaker. The Ultra-Fab's mounting holes will fit 2 inch or 2-1/4 inch spacing and it even has dual side lights for nighttime use. I have included a link to a video review of this jack for you...
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  • Will Powered A-Frame Bulldog Jack Fit and Replace Manual Bulldog Jack
  • The mounting flange of the # BD500187 will match up to the triangular mounting bracket on your trailer. All of the A-frame trailers basically use the same mounting bolt pattern and the fact you have a Bulldog jack on there currently means that the powered jack # BD500187 that you referenced is going to fit too.
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  • Recommended Electric A-Frame Trailer Jack for 2016 Keystone Cougar
  • You can't go wrong with a Husky Brute. The bearings reduce friction with the screw causing the jack to run smoother. It also has an automatic stop feature to keep you from over extending it. I recommend either the 4,500 pound Brute # HT87247 that has 18 inches of lift or the 3,000 pound # HT87248 which has 24 inches of lift. Either can work for your trailer.
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  • Will a Powered Jack Replace a Swivel Jack?
  • You could potentially use a powered jack to replace your swivel jack if it was an A-frame jack. There are jacks available with weight capacities between 1,400 lbs and 5,000 lbs as well as lift heights between 18 and 25-1/8 inches. For example, the Ultra-Fab # UF38-944037 gives an 18 inch lift and has a 3,500 lb capacity. I've added a link to each of your electric A-frame jacks for you to take a look at.
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  • Replacement Landing Gear for 1994 Shadow Cruiser 5th-Wheel Trailer
  • I was unable to locate any information on your existing landing gear jacks using the number that you provided. When replacing the jack, I recommend replacing both legs at the same time, as I don't recommend having legs from two different manufacturers on your system. To pick out landing gear that will bolt right up to your 1994 Shadow Cruiser, you will want to measure the distance between the mounting brackets (underside of the top bracket to the top of the lower bracket). I have included...
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  • Recommendation for Pipe-Mount Swivel Trailer Jack that has a Grease Fitting
  • Round, Pipe Mount Swivel Jack w/ Footplate - Weld On - Topwind - 15-1/4" Travel - 7K Item # TJP-7002-B does not have a grease fitting. But there is a another option that does. Take a look at Square Pipe Mount Swivel Jack w Footplate - Drop Leg - Weld On - Sidewind - 15" Travel - 7K Item # TJDP-7000S-B. This version does have the grease fitting and has nearly identical specs as its round-tube brother. I have included a link to a video review of this jack for you.
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  • Recommended Replacement Jack & Wheel For 1962 Aristocrat Travel Trailer
  • For your replacement trailer jack, I recommend the Pro Series Round, A-Frame Jack w/ External Gearbox - Sidewind - 14" Lift - 2,000 lbs # PSRV20000103. I recommend using the Ram Removable, 6" Poly Caster Assembly for 2" Jack Tube # JC-101 with this to give you the wheel you are currently missing as well, but that won't give you much clearance for travel when it is installed, so I recommend removing it for towing. This is easy with the included pin and clip. Another option is to change...
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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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  • Does The Location Of The Swivel Jack On The Tongue Or Within The V Matter?
  • The Round Swivel Marine Jack w/ Wheel - Bolt On - Zinc - Sidewind - 10" Travel - 1,000 lbs # MJ-1206B can absolutely be installed on the tongue part of the trailer. The video you are referring to I have attached and it wasn't added to the tongue because of the other components that are already present there. If you look at our customer photos you can see this jack can be used on the tongue without issue.
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  • Lippert Electric Trailer Tongue Jack is Not Working Electrically or Manually
  • If your electric jack isn't even letting you utilize it manually then it is best to get a new jack. Even if you were to find the exact part that needs to be repaired odds are you would need to start replacing more parts as well. To save yourself from having to complete multiple sessions of troubleshooting and getting inside the jack I recommend just purchasing a new jack. We do have the Lippert Electric Trailer Jack with Footplate # LC285318 that fits A-Frame trailers, has an 18...
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  • Pick Out Powered Landing Gear for 2008 Fuzion 393 Toyhauler
  • In order to pick out a direct replacement for the landing gear on your 2008 Fuzion 393 we would need to know the distance between the mounting brackets. Otherwise you could just have the brackets removed from your trailer by a qualified welder and then install the brackets that come with the Bulldog Tandem Landing Gear Set # BD500161. Either way this landing gear set would work well for you, you just might have to have the brackets of your trailer removed and then install the brackets of...
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  • Shelby Model # 5784 Trailer Jack Replacement Option
  • We used to carry a Shelby jack that would match right up to the mounting bracket on your trailer but it has been discontinued. Only solution we have now is a jack like the Fulton # FTJ120W0301 that you referenced which will require you to install the bracket that comes with it.
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  • Recommended Weatherproof Cover For Husky Brute 4500 Electric Trailer Jack
  • I recommend the Ultra-Fab Protective Cover for Electric A-Frame Jacks - Vinyl - 14-1/2" x 15-1/2" # UF38-944026. This vinyl cover will protect your Husky Brute Jack # HT87247 from UV rays, dirt, grime, and inclement weather.
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  • Trailer Valet 5X Maneuverability On Gravel Pad
  • The pneumatic tires on the Trailer Valet 5X Swivel Jack and Trailer Mover - Topwind - 15" Lift - 500 lbs # STC-V211 will be able to operate on gravel without assistance if the gravel is packed. If the gravel is loose, you can use plywood or any other material that will allow the tires to get traction. The maneuverability will not be an issue as long as the tires can grab onto something. Normal gravel shouldn't be an issue unless there is uneven ground or extremely loose and dense stone.
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  • Recommended Trailer Jack For Trailer With 800 Lbs. Of Tongue Weight
  • In order to choose the correct jack for your trailer, you must first determine what type of jack you will need. You can choose from either an a-frame jack or side mount jack. Once the correct type of jack is selected, you can then begin to narrow your search down based upon weight restrictions. The trailer jack needs to be capable of lifting the tongue weight of a trailer, rather than the total weight of the trailer. The tongue weight of a trailer is typically 10-15% of the total trailer...
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  • Solution for Powered Lippert A-Frame Jack that Will Power Up but Not Down
  • The replacement Extend/Retract Switch for your Lippert Components Power Tongue Jack # 1817941 is part # 7145-226023. Since your jack will power up but not down the problem would be the switch.
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  • Can Stabilizer Jacks 6-1/4" Drop Leg Travel 18" Extension # TJ01RT-HD be Bolted through Floor
  • Stabilizer Jacks - 6-1/4" Drop Leg Travel - 18" Extension - 650 lbs - Qty 2 Item # TJ01RT-HD will need to be attached to the frame of your trailer for sure. The floor itself is not designed to handle the stress. Another option, instead of bolting through the frame and floor is to have a professional welder weld the jacks to the bottom of the frame.
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  • Recommended Landing Gear Replacement When Parts Aren't Available To Rebuild
  • We only have certain replacement parts like what you have already found available from the manufacturers. They often don't offer every part like you are stating as a replacement part. You would be mixing parts and rigging at best. I recommend replacing your landing gear with the Stromberg Carlson Electric Landing Gear Set - Weld On - 34-7/8" Lift - 6,500 lbs # LG-3. This will give you a completely new landing gear system that is confirmed to work and is under warranty.
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  • Capacity Per Jack for Stabilizer Jacks 6-1/4" Drop Leg Travel 18" Extension 650 lbs # TJ01RT-HD
  • The Stabilizer Jacks - 6-1/4" Drop Leg Travel - 18" Extension - 650 lbs - Qty 2 Item # TJ01RT-HD each have a lift capacity of 650 pounds per jack and 1,000 pounds support capacity per jack. To keep the weight even on both jacks it would be ideal to have 2 people operate the jacks. That way you limit the amount of weight placed on one of the jacks.
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  • Trailer dolly - what specs should I look for?
  • Our most popular trailer dolly is the Trailer Valet 5X # STC-V211. It's capacity is 500 pounds which needs to be more than the tongue weight of your trailer. It has a hand crank that makes it easier to move around. Plus, you can add the optional drill attachment to power the drive with your cordless drill. I've linked videos of the X5 and the drill attachment for you.
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  • Recommended Replacement Trailer Lights and Jack
  • You can remove the snap ring of our Bulldog jack and leave the welded mounting bracket on your trailer. You can replace the jack with # BD151460. The closest LED tail lights we have to yours are # 271595 for the driver's side and # 271594 for the passenger's side. They measure 7-1/2 by 3-1/2 inches with 2 inches between the mounting holes. They're submersible. We don't have the exact clearance light either but # AL91AB is very close and I think will work for you. It's also an LED...
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  • Replacement Jack For Shelby 5856A Boat Trailer With 12 Inch Travel And 1500 lb Capacity
  • For your Shelby 5856A boat trailer, I recommend the Fulton Bolt-Thru Swivel Marine Jack with Dual Wheels - Sidewind - 12" Lift - 1,500 lbs # FXPD15L. This jack has zinc plating for corrosion resistance and durable poly wheels. For the single wheel option, you can use the Fulton Bolt-Thru Swivel Marine Jack - Bolt On - Sidewind - 12" Lift - 1,500 lbs # FXP15L.
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  • Correct Spring-Loaded Quick Pin for Ultra-Fab Deluxe Landing Gear Set # UF17-943010
  • The correct spring loaded pin that goes with the Ultra-Fab Deluxe Electric Landing Gear Set # UF17-943010 that you referenced is the 7/16 inch Pin # UF17-943032 which comes in a quantity of 2. My contact at Ultra-Fab confirmed that this is the correct quick pin for that landing gear.
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  • Will Bulldog Jack and Powered Drive Kit Work Well on 4 Horse Trailer
  • The Bulldog Square Jack you referenced, part # BD182400, is a weld-on single speed jack rated at 10,000-lbs lift capacity. This jack can be used with a single-speed power drive kit, part # BD1824200100. For two-speed operation you will need a jack with a two-speed planetary gearbox, such as Bulldog 2-Speed Jack, part # BD183401. With this jack you can use powered-Drive Kit # BD1824180100. Either setup would easily do the trick for you.
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  • Availability of Fulton Jack that Installs on Trailer with Snap Ring
  • Since your trailer has a Fulton jack with a snap ring that holds it to the trailer mount what you could do is get the Fulton jack part # FTJ12000101 which uses the same style snap ring attachment that could easily be swapped onto your trailer.
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  • Recommended Mounting Bracket for Bulldog Round Bolt-Thru Swivel Jack
  • For the bolt-on or weld-on bracket to fully install the Bulldog Round Bolt-Thru Swivel Jack # BD154102 to your trailer, you will use the Jack Mounting Bracket # P9012-00. This can be either bolted to or welded on your trailer frame for use with the Swivel Jack. I have attached a short video demonstration and the installation details for you to check out.
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  • Torque Specification for Attaching Lippert A-Frame Electric Trailer Jack to Trailer
  • I spoke with my contact at Lippert regarding the Electric Trailer Jack with Footplate # LC285318 referenced in your question. For this jack they recommend 26 ft lbs of torque for the hardware that will hold the jack to your trailer. This is a very nice electric A-frame jack that will provide a total lift of 18 inches and a 3,500 pound weight capacity. LED lights will illuminate at a downward angle so you can focus on your coupler. It has an outer tube diameter of 2-1/4 inches and a retracted...
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  • What Are The Mounting Bracket Dimension Of The Leveling Scissor Jack Set Part # JSC-24
  • I do have a way to determine whether or not the Leveling Scissor Jack Set part # JSC-24 will bolt onto the existing brackets on your camper, however, as we do not have access to the mounting bracket dimension on your 2014 R-Pod Model 177 Camper, you will need to do a bit of measuring in order to ensure an exact fit. In order for these jacks to work, a 24" lift and 5,000 lb. weight capacity will need to be sufficient for your trailer. In addition to these specification, you will also...
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  • Diameter of the Trailer Valet Trailer Mover Swivel Mount Opening
  • The inner diameter of the Trailer Valet Swivel Jack's # STC-V211 mount's opening is approximately 2-1/2 inches.
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  • Powered Landing Gear Recommendation for Trailer Weighing 14,000 lbs
  • The Bulldog Powered Landing Gear part # BD500161 have a lifting capacity of 10,000 lbs which would work well for a trailer that weighs 14k. The lifting capacity of the jack is for the pin weight. Pin weight is typically 25 percent of total trailer weight. So your trailer is going to have a 3,500 lb pin weight capacity which would be easy work for the 10k capacity of the jack.
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  • Landing Gear Recommendation 20000 Avion Westport
  • In order to pick out a direct replacement for the landing gear on your trailer we would need to know the distance between the mounting brackets. Otherwise you could just have the brackets removed from your trailer by a qualified welder and then install the brackets that come with the Bulldog Tandem Landing Gear Set # BD500162. Either way this landing gear set would work well for you, you just might have to have the brackets of your trailer removed and then install the brackets of the #...
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  • Replacement Atwood Jack Recommendation that Uses Snap Ring to Attach to Trailer Frame
  • The Atwood jack part # AT87761 is an Atwood jack that uses a snap ring to attach to the trailer frame. Since this is the brand and style of jack you have this would be an exact replacement.
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  • Replacement for Powered Tongue Jack That Spins But Does Not Raise or Lower
  • If your trailer's powered tongue jack's motor is operating but the jack does not raise or lower, then it is likely that the gearbox or main screw is damaged. There may be a repair kit available for your brand and model of jack; you can let me know the brand and part number and include a photo to let us check, if you like. You can also simply bolt on a new electric a-frame jack. You can see all of our electric a-frame trailer jacks on the linked page. It is best to choose a jack that...
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  • Electric Landing Gear Set For A 2002 Silver Star Lite Gooseneck Trailer
  • I have a great option for you in the Bulldog Velocity Series Electric Landing Gear Jack part # BD185400. The Bulldog jacks can lift your 2002 Silver Star Lite up to 24" at 20" per minute and has a lift capacity up to 12,000 lbs. As the landing gear on you trailer will only be supporting the tongue weight, not the entire weight of your trailer, these jacks will work great for you. They are electric jacks with 10' long remote in addition to including a 5 year warranty. Should you choose...
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  • Will the etrailer.com Landing Gear Set Replace Atwood Landing Gear on a 2003 Keystone Cougar
  • If you are needing to replace the Atwood landing gear on your trailer then the Landing Gear Set # RVLG-8000 will most likely fit as it uses the standard weld stop locations. The inside to inside measurement of the weld stops is 15-1/2 inches. If that is the same as your current landing gear then this landing gear set will fit perfectly. Since this set already has the gearbox installed you can either use your current motor that you pictured (provided that it is still in good condition)...
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  • Determining Correct Replacement A-Frame Trailer Jack for 1976 Shasta Camper
  • A-Frame trailer jacks such as the Bulldog Round # BD155300 referenced in your question will all have similar outer tube diameters, but not all will be exactly the same. To determine if this will work on your trailer, I recommend simply measuring the outer tube on your existing jack to see if this will match. The Bulldog Trailer Jack has an outer tube diameter of 2-1/4 inches. When choosing a new trailer jack, you will also want to make sure it has the needed capacity to lift the tongue...
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  • Recommended Electric A-Frame Jack for 10,000 Pound Travel Trailer
  • I recommend looking at the Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack # JET-3755. This is a very nice electric jack that has a lift capacity of 5,000 pounds, which is more than enough for your 10,000 pound travel trailer. Going with a jack with a capacity that you will never quite reach is simply going to allow the jack to not work as hard. This will typically lead to a much longer lifespan. This trailer jack has a total lift of 23 inches and a retracted bracket eight of 9-1/2 inches. The...
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  • Comparing Ultra-Fab and Bulldog Powered Landing Gear Kits
  • Between the Ultra-Fab Deluxe Electric Landing Gear Set # UF17-943010 and the Bulldog Electric 5th Wheel Landing Gear Set # BD500161 I would go for the Bulldog. The Bulldog offers faster travel (9-inches per minute compared to 4) and also a longer 5-year warranty. You may also be interested in the CIPA Wireless Trailer and RV Level # CM03001 for easier 1-person leveling.
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  • Recommended Front Stabilizer Jacks For 2016 Forest River 265RLDS
  • For your 2016 Forest River 265RLDS, I recommend the Ultra-Fab Ultra Scissor Jacks - 30" Lift - 6,500 lbs - Qty 2 # UF48-979031. I also recommend using the Ultra-Fab Speed Socket Power Drill Adapter for Scissor Jacks # UF48-979005 to make adjusting a little easier and faster. If you want a really nice option with dual electric motors, I recommend the Ultra-Fab Power Twin II Electric Stabilizer for Trailers and RVs - 22" Lift - 6,000 lbs # UF39-941707. I've attached a couple videos to assist.
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  • Easy To Use Side Mount Manual Crank Trailer Jack
  • We have a variety of side mount trailer jacks, however, all of which are manual crank. The only electric jacks available are for a-frame trailers. Although we do not have an electric jack that attaches to the side of the trailer frame, we do however have several options with a drop leg feature that will eliminate the need for strenuous cranking. I recommend using the Dutton-Lainson Bolt-On, Drop Leg Trailer Jack part # DL22320 as this has the drop leg feature that will minimize the amount...
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  • Troubleshooting Bulldog Electric Trailer Jack with Dead Battery
  • The Bulldog 4,000 pound Powered Drive Trailer Jack # BD500199 runs off the of a battery on the trailer or directly from the tow vehicle's battery depending on how you have it setup. If it's off the trailer's battery then you charge it by plugging your trailer into your tow vehicle and it charges from the vehicle's battery.
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  • Does Ultra-Fab Deluxe Electric Landing Gear Come Already Greased
  • The Ultra-Fab Deluxe Electric Landing Gear # UF17-943010 does come with the grease installed. Per the instructions you should grease the system annually with Moly Bentone Grade 3 Grease. As the instructions say, two pumps from a grease gun is all that is needed. Use a hand-operated grease gun only.
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  • Solution for Broken Fulton Landing Gear Box
  • Strangely enough Fulton does not offer replacement landing gear boxes for the landing gear sets. You'd need to look into getting a new set like the Bulldog part # BD500162 which would fit and work well.
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  • Would Etrailer Jack # EJ-3520-BBX Work Well on 2007 Coachman Captivia 28
  • Your tongue weight would be around 680 to 1,000 lbs most likely which would be easy work for the Electric Jack w/ Footplate # EJ-3520-BBX you referenced as this has a capacity of 3,500 lbs. My favorite powered jack to recommend is the Husky Jack part # HT87641 as it has bearings in the screw which allow it to operate quicker and smoother. It also shuts off automatically before topping or bottoming out. Other jacks will allow you to go too far with the jack but in doing so you damage...
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  • What is the Radius of the Handle on the Fulton Square, Fixed-Mount Marine Jack # FHD2500
  • The radius of the handle on the Fulton Square, Fixed-Mount Marine Jack # FHD2500 measures right at 6 inches. When I went out to the warehouse to measure it the black handle isn't attached so once it is installed that adds about another 1/4 inch. If you need to replace it you can find that listed as part # F0933305S00 on our site.
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  • Will Swivel Jack Handle Move When in Stowed Position?
  • The handle for the Square Pipe Mount Swivel Jack, # TJDP-7000S-B, is going to be stiff enough that it will not free float. For example, if you refer to the picture I've attached, you can see the handle sitting in an upright position. You can also take a look at the video I've linked, and at about the 1:30 mark, you will be able to see the handle being used and then come to a stop without falling back down
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  • Selecting Replacement 5th Wheel Landing Gear for 2008 Keystone Fuzion Toy Hauler
  • The various 2008 Keystone Fusion toy haulers have published shipping weights in the 12K-12.5K range so the 8000-lb rated landing gear set # RVLG-8000 is rated adequately. I checked the specs for these models but no specifics about the OEM landing gear are provided. You will want to measure the distance between your current landing gear legs' frame clamps and weld stops, as noted in the linked diagram, to ensure they match your existing brackets. This will save you having to have new ones...
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  • Replacement Handle for Pro Series 2K Snap-Ring Swivel Trailer Jack
  • I do have a solution for you. The exact handle for Pro Series trailer jack # PS1401030303 is not available as a replacement but I spoke with my contact at Pro Series and he said that handle # BD500105 will work with that jack. I have included a link to a video showing how this handle installs.
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  • Picking Out Replacement Landing Gear Based on Dimensions of Mounting Tabs
  • In order to pick out a direct replacement for the landing gear on your trailer we would need to know the distance between the mounting brackets. Otherwise you could just have the brackets removed from your trailer by a qualified welder and then install the brackets that come with the Bulldog Tandem Landing Gear Set # BD500162. Either way this landing gear set would work well for you, you just might have to have the brackets of your trailer removed and then install the brackets of the #...
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  • Can an Electric Motor be Added to the Bulldog Square Jack # BD182701
  • The Bulldog Square Jack # BD182701 that you referenced can have an electric motor added to it using the Bulldog Powered-Drive Kit for Single-Speed Jacks w/ 12,000-lb Capacity # BD1824200100. Since the powered-drive kit is rated for 12,000 lbs that will be your weight capacity. This is a weld-on jack that works well for heavy-duty trailers such as a horse trailer. We do not have access to specs on every trailer so I couldn't tell you if it is a direct replacement, but since it is a weld-on...
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  • Sidewinding Square Trailer Jack to Lift a 3,000 Pound Stage to a Height of 32 Inches
  • The Dutton-Lainson trailer jack # DL22320 would actually work well for your application because it has a drop leg you can lower to achieve an extension of up to 38-3/4 inches. The inner leg, when the handle is turned, has 15 inches of travel, so you would have to extend the jack leg down in order to get the lift you need. The drop leg is held in the inner leg with a pin and has numerous adjustment holes.
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  • Does the etrailer Round Swivel Marine Jack Have Same Bolt Holes as Fulton F2?
  • The etrailer Round Swivel Marine Jack, # MJ-1500B may replace a Fulton F2 depending on your current bolt hole dimensions. The Marine Jack has eight different bolt holes, as you can see in the photo I've attached. The mounting bracket itself is 6-7/8" long x 5-3/4" wide, and the hole dimensions are the following: - 5-1/2" from center of left holes to center of right holes - 2-7/16" from center of top hole to center of nearest hole - 3-7/16" from center of top hole to center of middle...
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  • Correct Trailer Tongue Jack Capacity for a Trailer with GVWR of 2980-lbs
  • When it comes to either trailer tires, hitches, winches or jacks, having extra capacity is a good idea. With jacks, using one rated for more weight than you're actually going to ask it to lift means it will have to work less hard to do its job. That tends to mean reduced wear and tear and can lead to a longer working lifespan for the jack. Since the cost difference between 1000-lb and 2000-lb jack is often quite small, it just makes sense to add safety margin whenever possible. For...
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  • Why Doesn't the Lippert Scissor Stabilizer Jacks # LC285344 Lower Itself From Weight of Trailer
  • The friction in the threads of the screw on the Lippert Scissor Stabilizer Jacks with Handle # LC285344 keep it from allowing itself to unscrew and lower itself. When the weight of the trailer pushes horizontally on the threads of the jack it does not allow it unscrew itself.
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  • Recommended Electric Tongue Jack For 2012 Dutchman Coleman 289 RL
  • The Bulldog Powered Drive Trailer Jack - Drop Leg - A-Frame - 14" Lift - 4,000 lbs - White # BD500200 has the standard mounting flange and is probably closest to the jack you currently have. The drop leg will allow this jack less travel to reach desired height. I have one jack that I recommend over this, and it is the Husky Brute Electric Trailer Jack - Drop Leg - A-Frame - 18" Lift - 4,500 lbs # HT87247. This jack uses a low-friction ball screw to reduce wear, heat, and noise. ...
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  • Replacement Lippert Fifth Wheel Landing Gear Kit for 2013 Open Range Roamer Series 387RLS
  • Based on the specs I found on NADA for the 2013 Open Range Roamer Series 387RLS 5th wheel trailer you have powered landing gear front and rear. No branding information is provided but I note the dry hitch weight is rated as 2281-lbs. The appropriate Lippert powered landing gear kit we have is # LC333964. This is rated for 6K and provides 37-inches of lift, including the 16-inch drop leg travel.
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  • Fulton F2 Adjustable A-Frame Jack Dual Wheel Conversion
  • Yes, the Twin-Track Wheel Assembly for Fulton F2 Adjustable A-Frame Jack part # F500265 is compatible with the Fulton F2 Swing-Up Trailer Jack part # F1413140334. In order to eliminate the need for a wheel chock, you can install the Fulton Wheel Wedge Kit for F2 Swing-Up Jacks with Dual Wheels part # F500132 to lock the wheels in place. If you choose to stick with a single wheel system, you will need the Wide-Track Wheel Assembly for Fulton F2 Adjustable A-Frame Jack part # F500266 for...
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  • Recommended Trailer Jack to Replace Shelby Model 5874A8
  • To replace the Shelby trailer jack on your boat trailer, I recommend looking at the Fulton Bolt-Thru Swivel Marine Jack # FXP15L. This is a great sidewind jack that will have the same 1,500 pound capacity as the Shelby 5874A8 you are replacing but with a greater lift of 12 inches. It has a Z-Max 600 zinc finish that will provide superior corrosion resistance and a 600-hour salt spray rating. This jack has a bracket height of 12-3/4 inches when retracted and 24-3/4 inches when extended....
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  • Which Female Pipe Mount Works with Bulldog Trailer Jack BD190758
  • Pipe mount # BD005024 is the correct match for Bulldog jack # BD190758. The mating end on the jack fits inside of this mount which gets welded to the trailer frame. I have linked a video of the mount for you.
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  • Recommended Electric A-Frame Jack for 4,000 Pound Trailer
  • I recommend looking at the Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack # JET-3755 for your 4,000 pound trailer. This is a really nice electric trailer jack with a total lift of 24 inches and a lift capacity of 3,500 pounds, which will be more than enough to handle the tongue weight on your trailer. When recommending trailer jacks, I always like to suggest one that has a much higher capacity than what is actually needed. This will allow the jack to not work as hard and generally leads to a longer...
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  • Marine Side-Wind Swivel Jack to Replace Shelby Jack 5856A
  • I suggest checking out the Fulton Round Snap-Ring Swivel Marine Jack # FTJ120W0301. This jack has a lift capacity of 1,200 pounds, a 10 inch lift and measures 11 inches from mounting bracket to top of jack. The outer tube diameter is 2 inches and the snap ring pilot hole has a diameter of 2.313 inches. The bracket height when retracted is 13 inches and 23 inches when extended. If you prefer a bolt-on installation please refer to the linked page that shows you a range of bolt-on side-wind...
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  • Recommended Sidewind Swivel Jack Replacement
  • We do not offer replacement tubes for your Shelby jack. If you are unable to find the replacement part you need I do have a similar jack that would work for you. I recommend the Fulton Round, Snap-Ring Swivel Marine Jack # FTJ12000101. This is a 1,200 lb jack and it features 10 inches of lift. This is a bolt-on jack that fits up to a 3 inch x 5 inch trailer tongue. This jack has a 6 inch wheel.
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  • Trailer Jack Recommendation to Replace Bent Inner Leg of Stromberg Jack
  • I wish we carried a replacement leg but we do not at this time. Only option we have is a new jack. My favorite powered jack to recommend is the Husky Jack part # HT87641 as it has bearings in the screw which allow it to operate quicker and smoother. It also shuts off automatically before topping or bottoming out. Other jacks will allow you to go too far with the jack but in doing so you damage the threads of the screw. It has a lifting capacity of 4,500 lbs which would be more than...
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  • Can Trailer Valet XL Back Trailer Up Slight Incline
  • We actually had the chance to test the Trailer Valet XL on a slight incline and found that it did just fine. If you fast forward to the 1:10 mark of the video I attached below you can see our installer backing a trailer up a slight incline.
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  • Does Lippert Electric A-Frame Trailer Jack LC285318 Replace Lipper Jack 181794
  • Yes, the Lippert electric A-frame trailer jack # LC285318 does replace the 181794 jacks. The bolt pattern will be the same for mounting the jack and the outer tube diameter is 2-1/4 inches on both jacks. I have linked a video review of this jack for you.
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  • Replacement Sidewind Handle Kit for Fulton HD25000101 Bolt-On Trailer Tongue Jack with Drop Leg
  • The Fulton HD25000101 jack that you referenced can be found as part # FHD2500 on our site. For this jack the Replacement Sidewind Handle Kit is part # F0933305S00.
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  • Comparing the Stromberg Carlson # LG-3 and the Lippert Components # LC333964 Landing Gear Sets
  • You are correct in your findings. Both sets of Landing Gear, the Stromberg Carlson # LG-3 and the Lippert # LC333964, have the standard weld stop locations where the inside to inside measurement is 15-1/2 inches and the outside to outside of the weld stop measurement is 17-1/2 inches and they measure 29-1/2 inches tall. Either of these will fit the current brackets you have on your RV. One other thing you might want to note is that part # LG-3 has a total lift of 34-7/8 inches with travel...
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  • Recommended Swivel Jack For Small 4 ft x 7 ft Utility Trailer
  • I recommend a swivel jack like part # DL22457. This has a 1,000 lb capacity and will fit trailer tongues up to 3 inch x 5 inches. This is a sidewind jack and it also has a 6 inch wheel included. This jack should have no problem with the weight of the trailer with a riding mower.
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  • Troubleshooting Powered Lippert A-Frame Jack that Only Works with Manual Crank
  • When an electric trailer jack of any kind stops working there are a couple of things to check. First, the jack may or may not have an in line fuse that you can check and replace as needed. Some jacks also have an internal circuit breaker which should reset by itself. But if it doesn't then there is likely something wrong with it and the jack would need to be replaced. A ground interruption can also cause the jack to stop working. If there isn't an obvious ground wire to check then the...
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