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Quick Change Trailer Jack

   

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Quick Change™ Trailer Jack raises rigs weighing up to 2 tons when changing flats, performing bearing maintenance, etc. Fits trailers with wheel size from 10"-15", equipped with round or square axle.

  • Raises rigs weighing up to 2 tons  
  • Fits trailers with wheel size from 10"-15"
Quick Change™ Trailer Jack 3.4 5 9 9
good purchase simple to use-I had one previous and was lost in a move-easy to use-no maintenance April 20, 2011
Its EASY! Easiest jack to use ever made...just don't forget a 6 inch square 3/4' thick piece of marine plywood in case you must use it off the pavement! November 20, 2010
Bunch of junk I bought it, tried it, to be honest, I tried to use it. I couldn't even come close to using it. It was not as described as it couldn't fit under axel no matter how hard I tried. I'd have to dig a hole to fit the jack under axel. Not as described. Junk at its finest. Don't even think about buying it unless sending it back doesn't bother you. October 4, 2010
JUNK Bought at Great Lakes Crossing 09/20/10 at about 7 pm. Tried to use it 09/21/10 at 8 am. With my wife watching (directing?) and, at about 3/4 of the way to vertical, the device snapped in half. This was on a concrete driveway and attempting to lift a Tundra 18. Get a decent floor jack and don't waste time or money on this! September 21, 2010
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On a hard surface, good asphalt or concrete, place the device under the axle and near the wheel you're going to remove. Slowly pull forward and, in theory, the device will rotate and lift the trailer. In actual practice, mine snapped in half on the first attempt. Buy a decent floor jack!
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You place the jack under the axle then back up. The jack rotates and lifts the trailer up.
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