Fulton Trailer Jacks and Winches
When the weather is at its worst, Fulton trailer jacks, winches and couplers perform best. As part of the Cequent corporate empire, the Fulton brand continues to lead the industry in value, style, quality and innovation. Marine applications are the most demanding in the trailer industry, and Fulton’s emphasis on solutions for boat owners delivers a superior product that features A1 durability and quality regardless of what kind of trailer is behind you.
- Fulton® - Twin and Wide Track F2 JackStarting at: $166.18$166.18
- Fulton® - Marine JackStarting at: $37.45$37.45
- Fulton® - Swivel F2 Jack with FootplateStarting at: $174.47$174.47
- Fulton® - A-Frame RV F2 JackStarting at: $132.62$132.62
- Fulton® - Fixed Mount Square Tube JackStarting at: $88.98$88.98
- Fulton® - F2 WinchStarting at: $85.15$85.15
- Fulton® - Brake WinchStarting at: $77.67$77.67
- Fulton® - 2-Speed WinchStarting at: $46.05$46.05
- Fulton® - Single-Speed WinchStarting at: $34.45$34.45
A boat trailer coupler leads a hard life. It goes from bouncing around under a heavy load, to being splashed with water (often salt water!), to months of total neglect out in the rain and snow. With no more maintenance than the occasional bash with a hammer to get a rusted latch to move, it’s no surprise when they’re difficult to latch and unlatch, or pop back off the hitch ball at the worst moment. Fulton has been making couplers for over 60 years, for all classes of trailers. Got a trailer whose tongue sticks out too far? Check Fultons’s fold-away hinge, and stop hitting your kneecaps on the tongue.
During World War II, Fulton developed the stamped steel trailer coupler. The coupler was developed in response to a war-related shortage of malleable cast iron, as well as a requirement of trailer manufacturers to be able to weld the coupler directly to the trailer tongue. As the trailer manufacturing industry developed, the innovation of the stamped steel coupler created a unique market for Fulton. By the end of the 1950s, Fulton began manufacturing stamped steel winches for boat trailers, transforming it into a trailer accessory manufacturer.
After more than 100 years of providing solutions to boat owners, Fulton’s product line is aimed at marine solutions; be assured that their trailer products will work just fine on your landlocked trailer, whether it’s a race car hauler, horse trailer or landscaping hauler. As part of Cequent’s umbrella along with other industry giants like Reese, Draw-Tite and Wesbar and more, rest assured that Fulton products are the most innovative and highest-quality in the industry.
Fulton has an assortment of winches in their product lineup as well. But that doesn’t mean that you don’t need a winch on your utility trailer or race car hauler as well. (Ever try to push a race car that isn’t running onto a trailer by yourself? It’s not pretty.) Their sleek F2 line will look right towing the nicest custom car or boat. Save your back with a two-speed winch: take up the slack in a hurry, and then shift into low gear for the hard part.
Trailers spend most of their time not underway, but waiting patiently somewhere. It’s a cruel world, so make sure your trailer, and its contents stay yours with a Fulton lock for your outboard motor, cable locks for possessions and equipment, and wheel locks to keep the whole business from being hitched up and driven away. Fulton’s marine experience lets them make a lock that will still work after plenty of water and neglect.
Ordered a Fulton XPD15L0301 trailer jack for my boat trailer. Was very please with the delivery speed and especially the quality of the product. The price was way lower than found at other boating and trailer sites. Would I come back again, you bet.
The product came very quickly and went on fairly easily. There is a YouTube video from the manufacturer that shows the whole process, so you can know what you are getting in to. It took around three hours total but an hour of that I was painting the fresh cut and holes and letting the paint dry.
I was installing the fenders on a homemade trailer with 14" tires. The installation was a bit difficult as I had to fabricate how to attach them to my trailer frame. I finally used some heavy duty 8" angle brackets from Lowes, and it worked out well. The shipping was quick, and they added that finished touch to my trailer. Thanks.
The Fulton fender was an incredible deal and good quality product, but it didn't mount directly to my 13" Shore Lander trailer. I had to cut away some plastic from the underside of the fender, and it mounted right up. I would buy this fender again. You can't beat the price. Thanks again www.carid.com