Twin Cam HD 2-Speed Square Jack by Bulldog®. Sidewind. A jack is simply a necessity for the tongue of most trailers, if you ever expect to hitch up or drop your trailer. Don't bark your knuckles or drop your trailer tongue onto the ground trying to make a worn-out or damaged jack work just one more time. Replace it with a new jack. Consider an upgrade to a 2-speed jack or even a powered jack. Five-year warranty.
- A-frame or straight tongue applications
- Bolt-on versions include all necessary mounting hardware
- Weld-on versions include mating mount and retaining ring
- Powered versions equipped with power-off emergency crank socket
- Variety of feet and casters
- Variety of lift ranges and weight capacity
- 2-speed jacks for fast, easy lifting or lowering
Maybe you're lucky, and your trailer has so little tongue weight that you don't need a jack. But for anything bigger than a small utility trailer, you'll need a jack. Even on a small trailer it's handy, just to keep the trailer flat while loading and unloading it. But most trailers need a jack just to get them on and off the hitch ball. Don't put up with a rusty, bent or worn-out jack that fights you every time you need to lift the trailer. Years of abuse and neglect are not kind to the mechanism inside a jack, and a single instance of not lifting the jack back up far enough after hitching up can result in a ground strike that leaves it sprung out of alignment. Replacement will make your day shorter.
If you have a heavy trailer, it can take a lot of time and a lot of muscle to crank the tongue up high enough of clear the hitch ball. Add in a lot of time to retract the jack far enough to clear the ground underway and you can see why a 20speed jack might be worth it. Plenty of mechanical advantage to lift, and faster travel when the foot is not on the ground. Typical gear ratios in these jacks offer a 3:1 ratio, reducing the number of turns or an inch of travel from 29 to only 9. Better yet, a powered jack takes all the effort out of hooking up or spotting a trailer. No more huffing and puffing or getting blisters turning the crank. If you hitch up and drop off regularly, this is a real timesaver.233.68 238.09
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Bulldog gooseneck hitches, gooseneck couplers, trailer couplers and wedge-latch elements feature a high-strength, heavy duty design that makes them the most Tough and Trusted trailer components available today. From 1920 the Bulldog brand has been the choice of Military and Manufacturers everywhere. Bulldog jacks in particular are built with uncompromising strength and materials engineered to hold up under rigorous working conditions. The secret to success is having equipment you can count on and Bulldog is the perfect choice where trailering is concerned.
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