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Re: Trailer Jack - your preferances

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02-17-2014 07:17:37

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Here are the pics of jack I am thinking of replacing.

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02-17-2014 14:16:26

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 Re: Trailer Jack - your preferances in reply to ShepFL, 02-17-2014 07:17:37  
I have an 18' car/hay/everything trailer.. 7000lb cap.. it has a drop down.. I like it because its out of the way. AND thats where I store my spare too. DOnt like the side swings. know of a few that get bent up because they have been backed into while backing up and turning trailer making the jack not functional.

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02-18-2014 10:51:10

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 Re: Trailer Jack - your preferances in reply to mss3020, 02-17-2014 14:16:26  
That's the beauty of this type. You put a hole in a piece of angle iron, weld i to the trailer anywhere out of the way, and that's where you stow the jack. I don't like the swing-up ones.

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T in NE

02-17-2014 07:48:02

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 Re: Trailer Jack - your preferances in reply to ShepFL, 02-17-2014 07:17:37  
That's the kind I replaced. Only it was up in the V behind the hitch, and when we hooked it behind a truck with a bale bed, you had to wind it a 1/2-turn at a time, or lift it onto the ball. Main reason for taking it off was so we could run a 4-wheeler over the front of the trailer and into the truck, but it probably gets half again as much use now that it is easier to hook behind the bale beds.

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