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Dimensions of Leveling Scissor Jack # JSC-24-IND

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I am hoping to replace one damaged of the four leveling jacks on my 2014 TANGO 25UL without cutting off and re-welding the bracket to the frame. The dimensions available point towards this unit, but I need certain critical measurements to attach the upper arms on down to the welded bracket with the two 3/8” thru-bolts. I am attaching two photos with dimensions I’m hoping you can match to this unit. Thanks

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I went to our warehouse and measured the Leveling Scissor Jack # JSC-24-IND. The bolts on the # JSC-24-IND are 2 inches apart center to center, just like they are in your photo.

When closed, the stand measures 4 inches from the base to the top of the mounting bracket. It's very possible that yours, as an older jack, is simply looser when closed than the new jack, and that this is the cause of the additional 1/2 inch length on your current jack. If anything, a new jack should provide you with greater ground clearance, as it will close more tightly than an older product.

The 2.5 inch width on your jack measures 2-1/4 inches on ours. However, it looks as though you are measuring from the inside of the brackets, rather than the outside edges of the jack itself, so this is likely where the additional 1/4 inch width comes from in your measurements.

The overall width of the jack is 26 inches when measuring from one end of the jack to the other, including the nut on the end. It is 25 inches when measuring from one end to the other, not including the nut.

I've attached the photos you sent with my measurements added in red.

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