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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
Makes changing a trailer tire so easy! My husband says this a great gadget to have when pulling a trailer. I makes changing a trailer tire so easy. The only problem he has discovered is sometimes the jack doesn't lift the trailer off the ground far enough to get the wheel off. He keeps a small piece of wood handy to put the jack on and that usually does the trick. August 3, 2010
won't work on Ranger boat wouldn't raise tire high enough on single axle ranger trailer(461 Ranger)... had to dig hole under tire to get it off....probaly work on small boats but would not recommend it for full size bass boats .... you need a level hard surface plus it's pain in rear to get it to come up on jack-really need two people with one holding the jack to make it work otherwise it pushes jack out of way when you pull forward.....gave mine away and bought a small floor jack for about same price as you pay for this thing. August 24, 2009
Simple but effective I had my doubts but, it worked like a charm. June 8, 2009
RIGHT JACK, WRONG TRAILER I got one of these 2 years ago when I got my boat, thinking I would need one in case of a flat. Well, I haven't had a flat on my boat yet, but six months ago I borrowed a friends utility trailer, which was a heavy duty trailer, made for hauling heavy equippement. And of course thats when I had my flat. Luckily I remembered having this jack in my truck, and it worked like a charm. What a great invention. March 13, 2008
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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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