Quick Change™ Trailer Jack

   

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  • Raises rigs weighing up to 2 tons  
  • Fits trailers with wheel size from 10"-15"
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.
Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Simple but effective I had my doubts but, it worked like a charm. June 8, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by 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
Rated 5 out of 5 by quick change trailer jack very good product--don't get caught with out it. I was once and had a very hard time using my suv jack!! November 9, 2006
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Does not work with my tracker trailer, will not rock forward and raise the trailer axle
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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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