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Rated 5 out of 5 by fuilivex Perfect, affordable replacement
The central New York winters finally took a toll on my old jack, freezing and snapping the crank. So, in a panic, I found this online and my local store (open for only another 35 minutes) had just 1 left in stock.
Surprisingly, the 3 bolts holding the old jack on came right off. Unfortunately, the bolt holding the old foot was rusted tight, so I had to bust out the recip saw. Once the old jack was removed, this bolted right on, with the holes perfectly spaced. The foot also bolted together with no issue.
After replacement, I was able to jack my 5x8 enclosed Pace American trailer (very close to the 2000 lb max capacity) up and down with very little work. In fact, the jacking up was just about as easy as down.
ONE NOTE: After about 24 hours, the part that connects the handle to the jack screw began showing rust. This isn't surprising, considering all the precipitation and salt in the air (CNY winters are harsh). This is the part that broke on my old jack, but I can only imagine a little WD40 will help. Otherwise, changing the jack once a year for $20 doesn't seem all that bad.
All in all this is a great replacement part for any A-Frame trailer. Easy as pie to install with simple tools.
Rated 5 out of 5 by ducehalf Good price and works well. I have a 15 ft fleetwood trailer and it matched the mounting holes and top frame hole for the jack. However the bottom hole in the frame was too small so I had to drill it with a metal holesaw. Very smooth and easy operation.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Rabelrouser Wrong Size
This jack appeared to be well made and was a fair price. However the specifications did not state the Outside Diameter of the cylinder which was to large for my small camp trailer. I had to return the jack and get a refund, which went very smoothly.
Rated 5 out of 5 by cattledrover Great light duty jack.
Great light duty jack (rated 2000 lbs.) just bolted right in place of the old one.