etrailer Camper Jack - Stabilizer Jack - TJ01RT-HD Review

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Today we're going to take a look at the 18" Extension Stabilizer Jacks, with a 650 lb lift capacity, and this is for a quantity of two. Now these stabilizing jacks will help keep your trailer or your camper level and steady, they're right for loading or unloading cargo or for camping. A folding design, in other words when these are mounted on to yours you can see as you pull down on this, you can flip it up for travel, and then when you get to where you're going you can just pull it down for use. The drop legs do extend, so in other words if you push down right here on this lever, you can see that the drop leg extends so you an adjust the height, and then to fine-tune it they include this steel handle that you can put in the hole there, and that'll allow you to fine-tune it to the height that you need. It does have a very large foot on each jack to provide stability. They are made of a sturdy steel construction, they have a nice black powder coat finish to help resist corrosion. They are a bolt-on or a weld-on installation, either way. Now I do want to give you a few dimensions on this. The bracket height, in other words overall height with the legs retracted, is going to be right at 11-1/2 inches.

And since the drop leg travel is 6-1/2 inches if it's fully extended, and it's going to give you the extended height of 18 inches. Now again we mentioned the lift capacity per jack is 650 lbs, and that's the maximum load that the jack can lift. The support capacity per jack is 1000 lbs, that's the maximum vertical load that the jack can support. I do want to give you some dimensions on the mounting plate, which is right up here. The length of it, edge to edge, is going to be right at 4 inches. The width is right at 1-7/8 inches. It does have two mounting holes if you want to bolt it on, center to center on those is 3 inches, and each hole is 7/16 in diameter.

Now on the foot plate itself right down here, the length on that is going to be right at 4 inches, and the width is right at 3-1/2 inches. Now this part is for a quantity of the two jacks and the steel handle. One last note on these, these jacks are designed to stabilize a portion of your trailer's weight, they are not to support the full weight of your trailer, so do not use these jacks to lift your trailer or RV. Doing so will exceed the capacity of the jacks. Again just to show you how they'll flip up, once these are mounted to your trailer or camper, just pull down, they're spring-loaded, they'll hold up right in this place. To release them, just pull them down just like that, and then right here is a spring lever that as you release it, the leg will come out, and if you get it to where you want it, then to fine-tune it just put your handle in there and you can just fine-tune it just like that. That should do it for the review of on the 18" Extension Stabilizer Jacks 650 lb lift capacity, quantity of two.

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Daria 07/15/2019

How easy or difficult is it to bolt mount rather than weld mount this jack? Id like to see a video of this process. Daria L. 57858

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We do have a video showing this installation and I have provided a link for your reference. This is a fairly simple install, just make sure you have the correct hardware since it is not included with these stabilizer jacks. 50809

-- Rachael H - 07/19/2019

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