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  • Trailer Ball Height to Increase Tongue Weight to Help with Sway Control on a Single Axle Fish House
  • You should have the hitch ball height set so that the trailer tows as level as possible behind your pickup. If there is a setting that goes between slightly higher than level and slightly lower than level, opt for the slightly lower setting, when the trailer is sitting on the trailer ball. An increase in tongue weight will most likely help with your sway situation. Adding weight in front of the trailer axles would be the best way to increase the tongue weight, just make sure you stay...
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  • Recommended Cargo Carrier and Hitch for Rear of Travel Trailer
  • We do not offer a bolt-on cargo carrier, but you could certainly use a hitch mounted carrier. The first step would be to install a hitch like the Curt # E-100. The hitch is compatible with 4 inch square bumpers, and offers a 350 lb tongue weight capacity, which means that the weight of the carrier used plus the weight of the gear carried upon it could weigh no more than 350 lbs. Because of the extended distance between the rear axle and the back bumper of the average travel trailer,...
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  • Scooter Carrier and Hitch Recommendation for RV with 4 inch Square Bumper
  • If you would like a motorcycle carrier that will work on a motorhome, I recommend looking at the Ultra-Fab Motorcycle Carrier, # UF48-979033. We were informed by Ultra-Fab that it is okay to use this carrier on a motorhome or trailer. For a hitch to mount to your 4 inch bumper (assuming it is rated for the weight of your scooter and carrier), you would want the part # E-100. Curt requires the use of their stabilizer strap part # 18050 when using their hitch to carry a non-supported...
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  • Recommended Landing Gear for 2007 Heartland Sundance 3012RE 5th Wheel Trailer
  • The Ultra-Fab Deluxe Electric Landing Gear Set - 38" Lift - 12,000 lbs # UF17-943010 is a great set to replace your factory landing gear on your 2007 Heartland Sundance 3012RE. I've attached some measurements to assist in ensuring a fit with your trailer based on the factory bracket locations. These jacks work independently and have a lift of 38 inches. When retracted they have a bracket height of 36 inches and when fully extended that bracket height is 74 inches. They also have a...
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  • Rear Electric Stabilizer Jacks for a 12,000 Pound 5th Wheel Trailer
  • Ultra-Fab has a couple of options that could work for you. They are versatile and each is rated for 6,000 pounds total. This is important because stabilizers are not meant to lift weight, just support and level the trailer. It is possible that the weight where you place the jacks will exceed 6,000 pounds so you have to be careful of where you place them. Behind the rear most axle, as far back as you can go, would be ideal. For a model with 22 inches of lift use # UF39-941707 and for...
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  • Recommended Hitch Receiver For Jayco Travel Trailer And 4-Bike Rack Application
  • For your 2017 Jayco Jay Flight SLX 267BHSW travel trailer, I recommend the Ultra-Fab 2" Trailer Hitch Receiver for Trailer Frames # UF35-946403. This is a very nice weld on option adjustable from 47-1/8 to 77 inches. For a bolt on option, I recommend the Curt Adjustable Width Trailer Hitch Receiver for RVs, 22" to 72" Wide # 13703. The Curt model recommends the use of stabilization strap # 18050. The weld on options are nice because they don't require any drilling into your frame, but...
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  • How to Pick Out Landing Gear for Trailer, Bulldog or Ultra Fab
  • 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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  • Recommended Dual-Motor Landing Gear
  • When installing a dual motor landing gear, the follower leg no longer exists because each side leg has a motor attached and adjusted individually. We do offer landing gear sets that have dual motors. I recommend the Ultra-Fab Deluxe Electric Landing Gear Set, part # UF17-943010. This system has a lift capacity of 12,000 lbs with a 38 inch lift. each motor has its own toggle switch to make leveling the trailer that much easier. For a system that has a 10,000 lb lift capacity, I recommend...
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  • Solar Powered Roof Vent Recommendation for Cargo Van to Exhaust Hot Air
  • Based on what you described your best option will be the Ultra-Fab Solar-Powered Plumbing Vent # UF53-945001. This solar powered vent will install on the roof of your cargo van and will work to remove the hot air at the top of your van's interior as long as it has access to sunlight. I attached a review video for more info for you to check out as well.
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  • Recommendation for Electric Leveling System with Wireless Remote for Car Hauler
  • The Ultra-Fab Power Twin II Electric Stabilizer with Dual Motors # UF39-941705 referenced in your question is an excellent electric stabilizer that does feature dual, 12V motors that will operate independently of one another for simple and effective leveling. This system is designed for trailers with frames from 48 inches to 80 inches wide and has a weight capacity of 6,000 pounds when extended to 30 inches. I have included a video demonstration so you can see how this system is operated....
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  • Can Lippert Ground Control Stabilizer Jack be Used on Bumper Pull Trailer
  • Lippert Ground Control # LC358590 is designed for 5th wheel trailers so it is not a good option for your bumper pull trailer. There isn't an automated system like this for travel trailers at this time from us.
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  • Easy Way to Lift Tandem Axle Wheel Off Ground to Change Flat Tire
  • The Ultra-Fab Ultra Scissor Jacks # UF48-979002 can be used on up to 6,500 lb trailers as stabilizer jacks, but they do not have the lifting capacity to actually lift a 6,500 lb trailer off the ground. Attempting to do so could damage the jack and potentially damage your trailer as well as hurt someone attempting to change a tire with this jack. For a tandem axle trailer a much easier way to lift a trailer to change the spare would be to use the part # AM3620 instead. I attached a review...
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  • How to Carry a Generator on an A-Frame Travel Trailer
  • I have a great solution for you that will not require adding a hitch to the trailer so you won't have to move the spare tire and mount. Take a look at the Stromberg-Carlson cargo carrier # CC-255. It mounts at the front of an A-frame trailer frame and has a 300 pound capacity. It holds the generator up above any propane tanks, jack, or other items already present at the front of the trailer. This unit will also be more stable than a hitch and cargo carrier mounted at the back of a trailer.
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  • Recommended Electric Power A-Frame Jack for a 28-Foot Jayco Travel Trailer
  • Yes. A 3,000 pound electric jack will work just fine. Based on your trailer weighing 7,500 pounds loaded will equate to your tongue weight between 750-1125 pounds. Although you can choose a 2,500 pound (see link attached) electric jack, I would highly recommend the Stromberg Carlson # JET-3555 (white) or # JET-3755 (black) as they are rated at 3,500 pounds. I think you will really like the price point! I have also included an FAQ for you too.
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  • Can Scissor Jacks Be Used to Stabilize a 31 Foot Class C RV
  • Yes, scissor jacks like # UF48-979002 work well as stabilizers for trailers and RVs. You also might want to consider the 4-pack of stabilizers, # UF48-979004. Each one of these has a capacity of 6,000 pounds. They are for stabilizing only and not for lifting. They stack or nest together or easy storage. They are height adjustable from 11 inches to 17 inches. A great option if you do not want something permanently attached to the trailer.
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  • Replacing Scissor Jacks with Frame Mount Stabilizer Jack on a 32 Foot 5th Wheel Trailer
  • The advantage that the Frame-Mount Stabilizer Jack, # UF39-941707, gives you over scissor jacks, like part # UF48-979002, is that it is one unit mounted across your trailer frame providing more stability. This stabilizer jack can be adjusted from either side like your scissor jacks to accommodate for surfaces that are not level.
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  • Electric Stabilizer Jack Recommendation for 2016 Thor Vegas Motorhome
  • Since your frame dimension is 42-3/4 inches from outside to outside the correct Ultra Fab electric stabilizer kit you need is the part # UF39-941707. This fits trailer frames between 42 and 77 inches apart plus has a lift of up to 22 inches so your frame being 17-1/2 inches from ground would be fine.
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  • RV Hitch and Cargo Carrier Recommendations to Allow Transporting 190-lb Generator
  • We offer two varieties of trailer hitch receivers for use on RVs, the bolt-on 4-1/2 x 4-inch-bumper-mount type such as the Ultra-Fab 2-Inch Motor Home Trailer Hitch Receiver # UF35-946401 that you referenced, and the higher-capacity multi-fit frame-mount type like the Curt # C13701. I suggest you check your RV owner's manual for any guidance or restrictions regarding the use of bumper- or frame-mount hitches and accessories. For safety and capacity I suggest a frame-mount hitch for your...
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  • Wiring Diagram For Ultra-Fab Electric A-Frame Jack
  • I have attached a drawing that shows how the wires are run on an electric winch like the Ultra-Fab Electric A-Frame Jack, part # UF38-944017. If you can find the model number of the jack you are installing, I would be happy to help with the instructions and wiring diagram that will work for you.
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  • Difference Between # UF39-941705 And # UF39-941707 Ultra-Fab Stabilizer Jacks
  • The lift capacity and strength is the same for either of the power stabilizers you referenced. They both have dual motors which operate independently, making it easier to level the motorhome or trailer. The difference is the lift distance and what size trailer they will fit. The Ultra-Fab Power Twin II Electric Stabilizer, part # UF39-941707, has a 22 inch lift capacity and is designed to fit trailers with a frame with between 42 and 77 inches. The Ultra-Fab Power Twin II Electric...
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  • Can an Enclosed Trailer be Towed Behind a 5th Wheel Trailer
  • Towing one trailer behind another trailer is illegal in many places so the first thing you are going to want to do is check the laws where you will be traveling. It is also just not a good idea because it is not safe. The likelihood of jackknifing and a bad sway condition is greatly increased plus there is a lot more momentum pushing you forward. If installing a trailer hitch on the 5th wheel I strongly recommend a frame mounted hitch, not a bumper mount hitch. The bumper mount hitches...
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  • Replacement Spring-Loaded Plunger Pin for Bulldog Electric Landing Gear # BD500170
  • According to my contact at Bulldog a replacement plunger pin assembly for their landing gear set # BD500170 is not offered as a separate replacement part. However we offer the Stromberg Carlson Pull Pins # LG-119113 that also have a 3/8-diameter pin. These will fit not only their landing gear but others as well. We also offer the Ultra-Fab # UF17-943031 that also has a 3/8-inch diameter pin.
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  • Replacement 5th Wheel Landing Gear for 2006 Weekend Warrior 35-Foot 5th Wheel
  • When it comes to jacks, winches or landing gear we suggest choosing a product with more lifting capacity than you need. In the case of 5th wheel landing gear the extra capacity means the jacks will have to work less hard to do their lifting and may have a longer working lifespan as a result of not being operated near their limit. The Ultra-Fab landing gear you referenced, part # UF17-943010, have a high 12K lift rating, a 38-inch lift height and a travel rate of 15 seconds per inch....
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  • Recommendations For Skid Rollers on 39 Foot Forest River 5th Wheel
  • I would recommend the Ultra-Fab Skid Wheels, part # UF48-979013, for your 39 foot Forest River 5th Wheel. These larger 6-inch diameter wheels will bolt onto the frame of your 5th Wheel to help prevent the tail from dragging. The longer the RV/5th Wheel, and the greater the distance between the rear of the RV/5th Wheel and the back axle, the greater the forces the skid wheels will have to deal with. This is why the larger, stronger skid wheel like those used on the Ultra-Fab # UF48-979013...
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  • What is the Length and Mounting Surface Dimensions of Ultra-Fab Ultra Scissor Jack, # UF48-979006
  • I went out to the warehouse and pulled an Ultra-Fab Ultra Scissor Jack, # UF48-979006, to take some measurements for you. The overall length of the jack when fully retracted is 26 inches, so from the middle to either side it would be 13 inches. I also measured the mounting surface. From the outside of one side to the outside of the other is 1-1/4 inches and each side is 3-1/2 inches front to back. The mounting holes are 1 inch apart on center for the round holes and 1-1/4 inches...
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  • Troubleshooting a Ultra Fab Jack part # UF38-944017 that Stopped Working
  • It sounds like the motor of the Ultra Fab Jack part # UF38-944017 has gone out, which is unfortunate since the motor is not replaceable. There is a chance that the problem is the switch though. Which the replacement switch is part # UF38-75-1037 which would be an easy thing to try before having to replace the entire jack.
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  • Where Does the In Line Fuse Holder Get Installed on Ultra-Fab Electric A-Frame Trailer Jack
  • On the Ultra-Fab trailer jack # UF38-944017 the in line fuse holder will be cut in half and spliced in along the power wire. Ultra-Fab makes the following statement: The Fuse Holder can be installed by means of either crimping or soldering the connections. For convenience the Fuse Holder should be installed near the power source. Cut red wire in half, connect one end to the end of the black wire from the jack and connect the other end of the red wire to the positive post of the battery.
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  • Skid Wheel Recommendation for a Camper Bumper that is 4 inch by 4 inch
  • I went out into our warehouse and pulled a set of the Ultra-Fab Rotating, Hitch Mounted Skid Wheels # UF48-979014 and found that the distance from the bottom of the wheel to where the bottom plate will be is 5-3/4 inches. Since the bumper you plan to install the skid wheels on is 4 inch by 4 inch you will need to go with a weld on set of skid wheels like the # UF48-979023 or # UF48-979021 or the bolt-on type # UF48-979015 that includes 4-3/4-inch-long mounting bolts.
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  • Replacement Light And Toggle Switch For Ultra-Fab Electric Jack.
  • If your jack is an Ultra-Fab 3500 Series jack, then the replacement utility light you need is part # UF38-101102. The Replacement Toggle ON/OFF Motor Switch, part # UF38-75-1037 is designed for Ultra-Fab # UF38-944014, # UF38-944016, and # UF38-944017 jacks.
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  • How to Determine Weight Capacity of Electric Trailer Tongue Jack for Camper
  • You'll need to chose a jack whose capacity is greater than the fully loaded and ready to tow tongue weight of the camper. Going with a powered jack whose capacity is much greater than the tongue weight of the camper is recommended because the jack won't need to work so hard and will therefore last longer. Also, if you're using a weight distribution system on the camper, sometimes you'll want to use the trailer jack to also pick up the rear of the vehicle to put slack into the system so...
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