View Cart

Popular Brands By Category

Towing

Sports & Recreation

Trailer

Vehicle

RV & Camper

What our customers are saying:

Quick processing, and delivery. reasonably priced very satisfied

Bernie

Krakow, WI

Fulton Trailer Jacks Fulton Trailer Couplers Fulton Trailer Accessories

Fulton





Fulton Reviews and Installation Videos


See all Fulton videos >>

Expert Answers about Fulton

  • How to Choose the Correct Size Trailer Winch For a Boat Trailer
  • The size winch that you will need depends on a couple of different factors. I have included part of our hand winch FAQ below regarding boat winches and have linked the FAQ article for you to view. Finding the Right Capacity Winch for your Boat Trailer Boat-size-to-winch capacity is generally 2 to 1 With good rollers and short winching distances, increase the ratio to 3 to 1 With wooden bunks and long winching distances, reduce the ratio to 1 to 1 For example, a 2,200-lb boat...
    view full answer...

  • Trailer Dolly Recommendation for Moving a Boat Trailer in and out of a Garage
  • The Fulton F2 Swing-Up Trailer Jack # F1413020134 that you referenced would certainly be capable of moving your trailer around as long as the tongue weight of your trailer does not exceed the 1,600 lb capacity of the jack. However, it would not be nearly as easy as using a Trailer Valet Swivel Jack and Trailer Mover # STC-V211. I believe I have something that would be ideal for you. Since you are looking for an easy way to move your trailer in and out of your garage I think you might...
    view full answer...

  • What is the Preferred Method of Connecting Safety Chains from a Trailer to a Trailer Hitch
  • Provided that you have safety chains rated as high or higher than the hitch capacity and they are securely connected to the safety chain loops on the trailer hitch, how you route them is not really an issue. You just do not want them to bind up (get wrapped around anything when making turns) as that could cause damage. So what most people do is have some sort of loop, like # 49135, connected to the trailer and then have the chains connected to it. The chains are then connected straight...
    view full answer...

  • Recommended Method of Attaching Marine Grade Carpet # FCR8008 To Trailer Bunks
  • From my research, it seems that a combination stapling the carpet to the bunks using stainless or Monel (primarily an alloy of copper and nickel) staples and outdoor carpet adhesive is the preferred method of attaching carpet. I replaced the bunks on my PWC trailer with new pressure-treated 2x4s and the Fulton marine grade carpeting you mentioned. I used stainless staples on the underside of the bunks along with a thin bead of Liquid nails on the top and sides of the boards. I replaced...
    view full answer...

  • Should I Use a Bolt On or a Weld on Fold Away Coupler On a Shorelander Trailer with 3x3 Frame
  • I more or less agree with you. The Fulton Fold-Away Hinge Kit for 3 x 3 inch Trailer Tongue - Weld-On, item # FHDPW330300, is a cleaner look and if you got a bad weld job you would not have a safe setup. I have done some welding, I am in no way a professional weldor, and in my limited experience a good weld will not fail before the steel it is welded to will fail. If you like the clean look of the weld on I would have a certified weldor perform the operation. If you take the trailer to...
    view full answer...

  • Recommendation for a Spare Trailer Tire Mount for a 6 Lug Trailer Wheel and Tire
  • We have three different spare tire carriers that will accommodate 6 lug wheels. The first is the Fulton High Mount spare tire carrier, FHDSTC0101. It fits wheels up to 16-1/2 inches in diameter. It is for 3 inch by 5 inch trailer tongues and has a 4-3/4 inch lift. But the weight capacity is only 45 pounds so keep that in mind. The second is a Bumper Mount Spare Tire Carrier, # TR-1. This is designed for 4 inch box bumpers and is 18 inches high. Finally, we have a spare tire carrier...
    view full answer...

  • Replacement Fender for Shorelander Boat Trailer SRV1724
  • Thanks for the information regarding your boat trailer, I was able to look up the tire size of your trailer in order to determine an appropriate replacement fender. I found that the trailer tire specified for your trailer was listed as a ST185/80R13. Therefore the trailer wheel is a 13 inch wheel with an approximate overall diameter of 24.4 inches. If your trailer tire is not this size please feel free to reply with an updated tire size and I can make additional recommendations for you....
    view full answer...

  • Replacement Fulton Jack for a Ranger Boat Trailer
  • It is possible that Fulton jack # FTJ120W0301 is the same jack that is used on your Ranger boat trailer. If your current jack is a side wind swivel jack with 10 inches of lift and rated for 1,200 pounds AND it mounts to a bracket welded to the trailer frame and held to it with a snap ring, then yes, this is the correct jack. I have linked a video review of this jack for you. I have also included a link to all of the Fulton side winding swivel jacks for you.
    view full answer...

  • Wheel Bearing Replacement For Snow Bear Trailer
  • I spoke with Snow Bear and they said they no longer support the utility trailers, so information about your trailer is not available. The best way to find the correct bearings is to get the numbers off of the old bearings. Another method is to take measurements of the spindles, using a precision digital caliper. I have attached a drawing that shows where the measurements need to be taken. If you can get the original part numbers, it would be much more reliable. The drawing shows where...
    view full answer...

  • How to Mount a Fulton Plastic Fender # F008553 To a Trailer To Support Weight of Stepping On It
  • The Fulton Plastic Fender with Top Step, part # F008553, does not come with mounting hardware. Fulton does not provide mounting bracket kits for the fenders. You can use your fenders original mounting brackets or use the Redline Galvanized Steel, L-Shaped, Bolt-On Brackets, part # PF775-BKT-2. See picture to the right that will show the underside of the fender with the brackets to give an idea of how to mount it to your trailer. I would recommend to install the fender with L-shaped...
    view full answer...

  • Determining Which Trailer Fender Size is Needed
  • Trailer fenders are classified by the diameter of the trailer wheels they're compatible with. For instance, the # F008583 fender you referenced works with 13 inch diameter wheels. If you're unsure of the diameter of your wheels, the last two digits of your tires size will indicate the diameter of the wheel. For example, if your tire size is 185/80-13, 13 represents the diameter of the wheel. Choosing a fender appropriate for the wheel diameter is the most important factor. I've linked...
    view full answer...

  • Recommend Hand Winch To Winch a 21.5 Foot 4,000 lb Boat
  • The guideline when selecting a winch is to weigh the boat when it is fully loaded and ready to travel with supplies, gas, etc. Then, take the gross weight and divide by 1.5, which will tell you the capacity winch you will need. You will want to weigh your boat with it loaded like you were going on a boat outing. If you are trying to winch the boat without submerging the trailer and not getting your bunks wet, this can add more strain to the winch. If you are doing so, you would want...
    view full answer...

  • Attaching Safety Chains to a 2018 Ford F-250 Super Duty with New Safety Chain Design
  • From the picture that you sent me it looks like you could possibly use a quick link like part # 49135 and leave it connected for easy access to hook up your safety chains when towing. The Fulton Safety Chains Quick Link # 49135 is a 1/2" link that is rated for up to 10,000 lbs Break Strength and 3,300 lbs Safe Working Lead Limit. This would be a great option for your situation and would make connecting and disconnecting your safety chains much easier. You can verify if this will fit...
    view full answer...

  • Best Swivel Trailer Jack for Salt Water Environment for a Boat Trailer
  • The problem that some people have with the Fulton F2 jacks such as # F1413040134 is that they are not used to seeing plastic pieces on a trailer jack. If you are rough with a piece of plastic, it can break. But at the same time plastic is not going to corrode. If the jack is abused a person could have trouble with it. The metal parts of the jack are aluminum which is naturally corrosion resistant. Other jacks are going to be made of steel and zinc-plated or coated. Steel can rust, even...
    view full answer...

  • Replacement for Shelby # 5756 1200 lb Jack
  • The Shelby # 5776 is the direct replacement for the # 5756, but we do not offer that particular jack. The Fulton # FTJ120W0301 that you referenced would make an acceptable replacement. The capacity and the amount of lift or travel is identical. Both jacks are weld-on applications and both have a corrosion inhibiting zinc plated finish. The Fulton jack dimension from the bottom of the mounting bracket to the bottom of the caster when fully retracted is 13 inches, 23 inches when fully...
    view full answer...

  • Recommended Hand Winch Weight Rating for 6000 lb Boat on EZ Loader Trailer
  • The capacity of each hand winch is stated with one layer of rope, cable or strap around the drum. The Fulton # F142430 you mentioned has a 3700 lb capacity, which would diminish by 10 percent each time the cable is wrapped around the drum. With the cable wrapped around three times, the capacity would be about 3000 lbs. This is our highest rated hand winch, I am not sure which Dutton-Lainson winch you are speaking of. When choosing between two winches, I would recommend always choosing...
    view full answer...

  • Trailer Jack Repair or Replacement Parts
  • The nut you are seeing in the inner pipe is not designed to be replaced. It sounds as if your jack was wound past is working limit and either broke or ruined the threads on the lift rod. You will need to replace the jack, if this is the case. The parts you referred to, # F0933306S00, are located in the top of the jack and can be replaced. If you open the top of the jack and find these parts damaged, send me the make-model number of your jack and I will be glad to help determine the correct...
    view full answer...

  • Possible Fender Replacement for Master Tow Dolly 70LP
  • I checked out the master tow dolly 70LP online and it looks like the Fulton Plastic Fender, item # F008554, will mount to the brackets on the tow dolly, as long as the wheels on the tow dolly are no larger than 14 inches. The original equipment size for the master tow 70LP is 14 inches.
    view full answer...

  • Recommended Hand Winch to Pull Up a 3,500 Pound Vehicle onto a Tow Dolly
  • There are a few options I recommend when using a winch to pull a 3,500 pound car onto a tow dolly. The Fulton single speed hand winch # F142306 has a 1,800 pound capacity. A winch can pull a rolling load that exceeds its rated capacity, but an incline, like the ramps on your tow dolly, adds some resistance. To find the amount of load that can be pulled up an incline, multiply the winch capacity by the factor shown in the chart (see the help article on hand winches I included). For example,...
    view full answer...

  • Adjusting Latch On Trailer Coupler with Trigger Latch
  • To adjust the hitch latch on your trailer's coupler, you will want to adjust the nut at the bottom of the latch. This nut will be tightened or loosened depending on what you need for your coupler. I have attached a diagram showing you the location of the nut that you will want to adjust. The ball needs to be secured in the coupler and unable to simply come off. However, there should be some room for play. The hitch ball needs to be able to move inside the coupler so that nothing binds...
    view full answer...

  • Black Plastic Fender Recommendation for a Harbor Freight Trailer
  • You have 12 inch rims, but extra 3/4 of an inch you measured is for the lip of the tire that does not count towards the overall diameter. The black fenders part # F008559 should work well for you, but to utilize your current mounting setup you would need to trim these fenders near the underside so that you could attach them to your mounting brackets. You would also need to drill through the top of the fenders too.
    view full answer...

  • Replacement Drop Leg Recommendation for a Fulton Magnum Series 2500 lb Jack
  • I spoke to my contact at Fulton and he informed me that for a replacement drop leg for your Fulton Magnum Series jack you would want a Bulldog Square Drop Leg # BDDF3500. This should work well for you.
    view full answer...

  • Will a Taller Drop Leg Fit Fulton 2.5K Square Fixed-Mount Marine Jack FHD2500
  • Fulton Square Drop Leg for Stabilizer Jack, 29" Long Item # FSJ20324 by itself will be 24-3/4 inches tall from where it attaches to the jack to the bottom of the foot with the drop leg in the tallest position. It is essentially more than doubling the lift amount of Fulton Square, Fixed-Mount Marine Jack - Drop Leg - Sidewind - 2,500 lbs Item # FHD2500. However, because the drop link is so tall it will not be able to retract all the way into the jack leg it is attached to so keep that...
    view full answer...

  • Bolt-On Trailer Swivel jack that Mounts to a Trailer Using 1 Center Bolt
  • The Fulton jack # FXP15, is not meant to be mounted through the center bolt. It is designed to use the included mounting hardware that fits around the trailer frame. This will allow it to operate correctly and support the weight it is rated for (1,500 pounds). You can use the Fulton jack, # FXP15W. This unit requires a mounting plate, # P9012-00, that welds to the trailer frame.
    view full answer...

  • Exploded Diagram for a Fulton XLT Series Winch
  • The Replacement Spring # 4769-28 that you referenced will install onto the pawl assembly of your winch. Check out the pictures I attached that show an exploded diagram to see how it installs.
    view full answer...

  • Safety Chain Recommendation for a 10,000 lb Trailer
  • I would have a qualified weldor, weld a Safety Chain Loop, # E950, to the bottom or side of the trailer frame and then attach safety chains, like part # 2118-348-04, with Safety Chain Quick Links, # 2114-553-04. You may also need to extend the original chains with quick links and added chain, like part # TR63035, which has 6 feet of chain. Each of these chains has a 5k capacity so with 2 you would have a 10k capacity.
    view full answer...

  • 2,000 lb Rated Trailer Jack that Bolts on To Side of Trailer Frame that Swivels and Has Sidewind
  • We have the Jack part # F1413230134 which matches your criteria. It's a swivel side-mount trailer jack that bolts on, has a 2k capacity and a sidewind handle. Other option is the Bulldog part # BD154102 which costs a bit less.
    view full answer...

  • Procedure to Re-Install Trailer Side Marker Lights
  • Installation methods will vary depending on the nature of the particular light you are using. We offer a wide range of clearance/marker lights (all can be seen on the link provided) and these include flange-, flush- and surface-mount types. You can use the filters in the left-hand margin to narrow the product results shown to just those light that meet your requirements. You can sort by lens color, bulb type, mounting type, brand and dimensions. For example, in 2-1/2- x 1-1/2-inch size...
    view full answer...

  • Bolt On Swivel Trailer Jack Recommendation for a 6,000 lb 27 foot Boat Trailer
  • To determine the correct jack capacity for your boat trailer, you will need to know the tongue weight of the trailer. Once the tongue weight is known you can select a jack with a lift capacity that is equal to or greater than the tongue weight of your trailer. Typically tongue weights on boat trailers do not exceed 15 percent of the gross trailer weight capacity. Using this figure your tongue weight most likely will not exceed 1,000 lbs, (slightly more than 15 percent of 6,000 lbs) so...
    view full answer...

  • Replacement 1200 Pound Fulton Boat Trailer Jack
  • From the pictures you sent in the Fulton Bolt-Thru Swivel Marine Jack # FXP10W0301 is the type of jack you're looking for. The mounting plate that is welded to the trailer, part # P9012-00, looks to be fully intact. You may need new hardware though, part # F0933325S00.
    view full answer...