The sealed, maintenance-free, 12V motor on this electric jack maintains high speeds, even with heavy loads. Extra-large, articulating footplate prevents sinking. Remote control has a 10' long Features: Electric landing gear jack lets you quickly and easily level and stabilize your trailer when used as part of a set Single-speed, 12V DC motor maintains a high speed, even with heavy loads
Selecting an electric jack for your toy hauler or camper can be overwhelming. Based on your 2100 lb. tongue weight, I personally recommend the Husky Brute Electric Trailer Jack part # HT87248. It has a ball-bearing screw system that allows it to run quietly, quickly and smoothly. Another benefit is that it shuts off automatically before topping or bottoming out, which prevents damage to the gears. This Husky Brute Jack has a lifting capacity of 3,000 lbs. which would be more than you'd...

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I like that it is a custom fit for my jack only and doesn’t look like an oversized bag. Now everything is organized, chains are up from the ground, electrical plug hidden in a small pouch away from the rain and there is even a window around the controls so everything is fully accessible while the cover is on the jack. I basicslly never need to remove it.
Selecting an electric jack for your toy hauler or camper can be overwhelming. Based on your 2100 lb. tongue weight, I personally recommend the Husky Brute Electric Trailer Jack part # HT87248. It has a ball-bearing screw system that allows it to run quietly, quickly and smoothly. Another benefit is that it shuts off automatically before topping or bottoming out, which prevents damage to the gears. This Husky Brute Jack has a lifting capacity of 3,000 lbs. which would be more than you'd...
The efficient ball screw on this powered jack ensures smooth, quiet operation. Easy-to-access toggle switch and bright, side-mounted LEDs make setup a cinch. Durable, corrosion-resistant jack offers Features: Electric jack with 12V motor lets you lift and lower your A-frame trailer quickly and easily Efficient ball screw makes it fast and easy to position your trailer Ball bearings roll along

Portable, wireless hitch alignment system uses interference-free digital transmission. Water-resistant camera comes with magnet and suction cup mounts for simple setup. Hand-held monitor has a 2-1/2", color LCD screen. Storage case included. Features: Hitch alignment system makes it easy to back your tow vehicle up to your trailer for hookup Simplifies lining up hitch ball with coupler Perfect for hitching up goosenecks, fifth wheels,
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Eliminate the physical exertion commonly associated with lifting and lowering a trailer when you use a Stromberg Carlson 3500 lb. Electric Tongue Jack. It does the heavy lifting for you, and has lots of other features as well. For example, the trailer tongue electric jack has equalizing bars that are easy to set, so you get better results, and two separate LED night lights that provide both added safety and additional illumination. The leg extends up to 23; and although it is heavy and durable, it's also surprisingly lightweight and easy to store.

So every time she has had to hitch up, which is often, raising  and lowering her jack has darn near thrown her back back out. To make matters worse, with an e2 weight distribution hitch she loathes, she has to (usually) RAISE the jack up to get the coupler high enough to clear the ball, LOWER it down onto the ball. Then she has to again RAISE the hitch way up, literally lifting the back of the truck, so she can get her weight distribution bars high enough to install them. Finally, she has to LOWER it back down until the jack foot is all the way up. That's a lot of cranking and it makes Kelly cranky. (Sorry. Couldn't resist.)


The Ultra-Fab Protective Cover for Electric A-Frame Jacks - Vinyl - 12" x 14-1/2" # UF38-944020 is the protective cover I recommend for your Husky Brute 4,500 lb Trailer Jack # HT87247. I've attached a photo of the dimensions when laid flat, but I've also attached a video to assist with the fit. It has a durable vinyl construction with integrated draw string closure.
While you could possibly run the power from the 7-Way to the jack, it is not ideal and you could overload the circuit. I recommend adding a battery to the trailer and providing a maintenance charge to the battery from the 7-Way. You will connect the 12 volt circuit from the 7-Way trailer connector to the positive battery terminal. The jack will get its power from the trailer battery this way and not from the vehicle 7-Way. Having the wire to provide a maintenance charge will only maintain...
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I like that it is a custom fit for my jack only and doesn’t look like an oversized bag. Now everything is organized, chains are up from the ground, electrical plug hidden in a small pouch away from the rain and there is even a window around the controls so everything is fully accessible while the cover is on the jack. I basicslly never need to remove it.
Application: for use on heavy duty trucks, semi trailers, cargo trailers, boat trailers, work vehicles and a wide or narrow overland vehicle requiring quality DOT rated lighting. Product Features: 100% Brand New COMPLETELY SEALED AND WATERPROOF Super bright Red LED Surface Mount, Sealed 17" light Each light has 23 Super Bright Diodes for a Bright Performance. Functions as clearance, side marker or identification light, stop, turn, tail and brake light These light bars have 3 wires for ground, brake, turn and tail light. They have 2 screw holes for mounting Comes with a Polycarbonate Lens with All Weather Housing for durability Convert your old incandescent lights to more modern LEDs. POLYCARBONATE LENS IS SONIC WELDED TO THE HOUSING Voltage:12V Size: 44 x 2.6 x 2.2cm (17 x 1 x 0.88 Inch).
According to the information I was able to find, the Ultra-Fab Electric A-Frame Jack you referenced, part # UF38-944016 would be a good choice for the Keystone Outback Toy Hauler you mentioned. The jack has a 3500 lb lift capacity, which is plenty for the listed tongue weight of the toy hauler, plus anything stowed on it. Among the many features of this jack, I like the fact that is uses LED lamps for long life as well as the fact that a 9/16 inch socket wrench can be used in an emergency...

OK, so you have your trailer tongue weight (or a rough idea what it is). What next? If you have a weight distribution hitch that uses spring arms, it's very likely that you will need to raise both the front of the trailer and the rear of your tow vehicle in order to be able to get the spring arms onto their brackets. So not only is the tongue jack lifting the weight of the front of your trailer, it is also picking up the rear of your tow vehicle. 😳
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A trailer tongue jack is designed to lift the front of the trailer, so you first need to know how much this is. The most accurate way to determining trailer tongue weight is to, well, weigh your trailer. Or you can spitball by figuring out what 15% of your trailer's maximum weight is, as tongue weight should be no more than 15% of the weight of your trailer.

This is one of those great accessories that makes camping life all that much easier. For a while now I've been looking for a replacement for my old Home-Depot bucket-as-a-jack-cover solution. I stumbled across this one and so far it checks all the boxes. The material and stitches are really high quality and so far seems to withstand the pacific NW whether. The fit is pretty spot-on and you don't really need to ever take it off since the see-through panel allows easy jack operation. It got a couple of metal rings which act as chains hangers so I don't have to worry about them dragging and getting muddy.
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For a cover to use on the Bulldog Powered Drive Trailer Jack # BD500199 referenced in your question, I recommend the Ultra-Fab Protective Cover for Electric A-Frame Jacks # UF38-944020. This will easily slip over the jack and can be secured using the drawstring. This cover measures 12 inches x 14-1/2 inches. I have attached a video demonstration of the cover for you to check out.

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The sealed, maintenance-free, 12V motor on this electric jack maintains high speeds, even with heavy loads. Extra-large, articulating footplate prevents sinking. Remote control has a 10' long Features: Electric landing gear jack lets you quickly and easily level and stabilize your trailer when used as part of a set Single-speed, 12V DC motor maintains a high speed, even with heavy loads
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