- Stabilizing and leveling your RV/Trailer
- Remains steady on soft surfaces because of wide bow-tie base
- Includes 2 heavy gauge steel jacks, 1 crank handle,
- Also include a 3/4″ hex magnetic socket to raise/lower jack faster by power drill!
- Also include 8 pcs 3/8″ mounting screws & matching 9/16″ socket,
- Also include a 11/36″ mounting hole drill bit, one set of drilling guide sticker, everything you need for install!
- Extended height: 24″, Retracted height: 4″, retracted length: 26-1/2″, width: 7.5″
- Capacity: 5,000 lbs per jack, built by same material as other brand’s 7500lbs jacks
Warning: These stabilizer jacks are for RV stabilizing and leveling purpose only. NEVER use for lifting, changing tires or supporting weight of any vehicles. Improper use can result in property damage, serious injury or death and will void the warranty!
Perfect Fit for Coleman Lantern 17B!: I bought these since my new Coleman 17B did not come with front leveling jacks. At first I thought this was because Coleman is just that cheap but then I noticed that there are many different manufactures that have seemed to eliminate the front levelers on 17 foot campers. I went with this set since it did include the drill bit and mounting hardware. The installation was a breeze to be honest and it took less than an hour. I also believe that these are much stronger than what came on my camper in the rear.
Nguyen N Ngo –
it is too hard for me to crank it .: I wish add some ratio gear to help the user to use less force.
Will do the trick: We bought these for our 17’ travel trailer to add additional support in front. I think they’ll do a good job. It’s overkill in terms of weight but they were on sale for a good price. Installed easily, but I didn’t have enough room to put all the screws in. Hopefully 4 is enough.
grat quality: use on trip going south for winter. worked well
Good jacks.: They work very well like they should.
JT M. –
Great replacement: This was a great replacement for a jack that I tore off my trailer on an elk hunt. Happy to find a jack that was as good or better than my original and the shipping was quick.
Jeff Kleikamp –
good (not as good as my 1990 ones, but good): Replaced old scissors jacks on my Jayco trailer from 1990 (bearing wore out on old ones). In use at least 8 trips this summer. Relatively solid, not as heavy duty as the originals from 1990, but heavy enough compared to most of the degrading throw away parts in today’s world.
Bill Mitchell –
awesome jacks: These work great! I installed them in the middle of my trailer, so I have 6 points of stability now. These are strong enough that I can dial in my side to side levelness with ease; keep in mind I have already got the trailer close to level with blocks under my tires. You will love these jacks; They work perfectly!!
Very solid and well built: Added these to the front of my camper they are very solid and stable much better than the ones that were on it.
James Thompson –
Study Jack: The jacks are solid, stabilizing the trailer nicely. The kit also comes with all hardware necessary to install and operate the jacks.