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Distance Between the Mounting Holes of the Ram Scissor Stabilizer Jack # TJSC-24  

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My 4 existing self tapped holes in my travel trailer are oriented in a straight line along the frame. I would be using the 4, 5/8 inch by 3/8 inch mounting holes in the new jack to attach it with my existing self tapping screws. My existing holes for the 4 self tapping screws are approximately 1 inch , 4 inch and 1 inch apart respectively starting at 1 end and moving along the trailer frame. Will the TSJC-24 fit against those holes without additional drilling?

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I am attaching a photo of the mounting locations on the Ram Scissor Stabilizer Jack # TJSC-24 that I believe you were referencing. They are from the edges of the mounting holes but I believe your mounting hole locations would match up just fine. Let me know if you were talking about a different set and I can see what those are as well.

Attached is a review video for you to check out as well.

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Jerry S.

7/8/2020

I am replacing a bent jack on Casita travel trailer. The mounting bracket is welded to frame. I removed bent jack by removing the two bolts that connect jack to bracket. Can I remove the new jack from it’s bracket and replace the same way using the old brackets? Thanks.

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Chris R.

7/13/2020

I suppose you could do this. The brackets for the Scissor Stabilizer Jack # TJSC-24 are just bolted on so they could be removed.

Jerry S.

7/13/2020

@ChrisR These brackets have no bolts. They are welded. I suppose new brackets could be bolted on further up the frame. But, I am not physically able nor do I have the correct tools. Let me think about this some more. I probably will order a new jack from etrailer. Thank you for your response.

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