I'm thinking about getting an electric jack, but am unaware of possible pitfalls. Do any of you have any experience with them? I guess I need to look at my tongue weight and compare specs. This one seemed to be the middle of the pack in features and weight capability. Will one battery support the power needed?
Thanks for any replies!
Take the effort out of lifting your trailer with this electric jack from Stromberg Carlson.
The sleek black jack
features an LED light for nighttime use, as well as water-resistant switches and a vacuum-formed cover for protection from the elements.
- Powered jack eliminates the need for hand cranking, making jacking up your trailer a sweat-free job
- Water-resistant switches provide easy operation
- LED illuminates the area for simple nighttime setup<LI $J_UUID="74">Built-in device lets you easily see if your trailer is level
- Attached clutch protects gears and motors
- Break-through handle allows you to manually operate jack if needed
- Easily bolts onto your trailer's A-frame - hardware included
- Rust-resistant, powder coated steel parts are strong and durable
- Jack cover is made of vacuum-formed plastic for extra protection from severe weather
- Zinc-plated steel footplate included
Weight: 20 lbs.
Dimensions: Outer tube diameter:
Inner tube diameter:
Warranty: 1-Year warranty
Manufacturer: Stromberg Carlson Products Inc
Mfg Part #: JET-2500
Tech Notes: Power wire:
24-25 amps under load
Retracted (with foot on the jack): 9" below the mounting plate; Extended: 26"