Recommended A-Frame Trailer Jack for Applications with Limited Ground Clearance

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What is the shortest bolt-on a-frame jack you have from the bottom of the mounting plate to the bottom of the extendable leg when retracted? My current jack is too long and often hits the ground when towing. Can be light duty, 2000lbs or less. Must accept a wheel caster.

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For your a-frame trailer, I recommend using the Ultimate Trailer Jack part # 322-RDJ-2K which while in the retracted position will be completely flush to the frame and will not allow the jack from catching on uneven terrain while you tow. The jack has an extended length of 27-1/2" and 2,000 lb weight capacity. In order to add a caster wheel to this jack you will want to use part # JC-102. Please keep in mind that the castor wheel will reduce the capacity of the jack to 1,200 lbs while it is being used.

I have attached a review video on the above jack for you as well.

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