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Jack-E-Up 5178 Heavy Duty Round Base Removable Trailer Jack Device - 4,500 Lbs Tongue Weight
Jack-E-Up 5178 Heavy Duty Round Base Removable Trailer Jack Device - 4,500 Lbs Tongue Weight
Jack-E-Up Heavy Duty Round Base Removable Trailer Jack Device - 4,500 Lbs Tongue Weight


 
Price: $69.95
MFG P/N: 5178
MFG: Jack-E-Up


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DESCRIPTION Instructions
 
Jack-E-Up is a removable A-frame jack device that prevents your jack from being bent or broken when you tow. Simple to install, and makes the process of hooking up or removing your trailer jack a breeze! Universal bolt pattern fits any electric jack with a round base plate.
  • Easy to install, makes hookup faster and you will never bend another jack when you tow.
  • With the Jack-E-Up, you no longer have to continue winding your jack up after hitching to your truck.
  • With just a few turns of the jack handle, your trailer jack can be lowered onto your tow vehicle coupler, or removed and safely stowed away.
  • No more hang-ups, dented truck tailgates, or bent jacks!
  • Allows you to step over your trailer tongue without obstruction.
  • Cross railroad tracks or pull out of gas stations without snagging your jack.
  • Removes your jack from your trailer quickly and easily with just 1/6th of a turn.
  • “Star” bracket (included) may be mounted on the top of your jack, or the underside of the jack mounting bracket.
  • Up to 4,500 lbs. tongue weight.
  • The Jack-E-Up is 6.75 inches in diameter.
    • A good way to check if Jack-E-Up will fit on your trailer is to use a soda can. If you can move the soda can around your jack easily, then you have room for the Jack-E-Up.
  • Receiver mounting hardware is included.
  • Solid steel construction with a durable powder-coated finish.
  • Color: Black.
  • Weight: 2 lbs.
  • Made in the USA.

Jack-E-Up Heavy Duty Round Base Removable Trailer Jack Device - 4,500 Lbs Tongue Weight

Additional Product Information
FAQ

I have a propane tank cover that gets in the way of installing Jack-E-Up, how can I solve this?
In most cases, your tank cover may be moved to fit behind the Jack-E-Up.

I'm having trouble bolting the "star" bracket to my jack. The bolt holes don't seem to fit.
Turn the star 1/3 of a turn until the bolt holes line up. The bolt pattern on the star is made so that it only fits in one position on your jack's mounting bracket.