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Old 06-29-2016, 05:16 PM   #1
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Power jack

I have 2012 Roo want to add power jack. what diameter and height measurements do I use for finding one. Have no idea how to do the measurement.
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Sorry 23ss
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Old 06-29-2016, 05:58 PM   #3
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I bought one a few years ago, and found out they are pretty much standard sizes....It was an Ultrafab that I got on Ebay !
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I also got an Ultrafab refurb unit on Ebay, for my 23SS. Standard fit with adjustable foot.
9 years later it's still working.
Cost around $100.
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I bought Husky HB 3000 from Walmart Canada. It is absolutely the best thing you will every buy for your trailer but do not make the same mistake I made, get one with a remote. That way you can level your trailer from inside with a level.
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How easy to install? Seems easy, but any tips are appreciated!


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How easy to install? Seems easy, but any tips are appreciated!


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I lowered my camper on a cement block (I used two for more safety), unscrewed and removed the manual jack, installed the new one, and made a connection to the battery. I did have to grind one of holes to fit the new jack.
If you buy an Ultrafab, all the instructions come with it. Easy and straight forward.
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Thanks - does the cement block prop up the trailer high enough?


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Thanks - does the cement block prop up the trailer high enough?


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I use a pair of cheap Harbor Freight jackstands.
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Thanks - does the cement block prop up the trailer high enough?


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Cement blocks were high enough....put one on top of the other if you have to
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