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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.

The Odssey series of electric tongue jacks is the only one that comes with an emergency ratchet style crank socket allowing for easy cranking even if the propane tanks are close behind.* Emergency ratchet style crank socket* Water resistant switches* 18 inch of travel* Easy bolt on installation* Powder coated finish resists rusting.* Extra large adjustable footpad for 4,000 pound unit* Hardened all steel gears Die-cast aluminum cap* Large front light for easy night time viewing* 2 1/4 inch outer tube on 4,000 pound unit.4,000 black.
It sounds like there may be a short in your Bulldog jack which could have been caused by excessive moisture from the rain. Also I recommend checking the wiring from the jack to the ground and power sources. The jack grounds through the mounting hardware so you may need to temporarily remove the jack (be sure to support the trailer another way) and sand away any corrosion. Also check for corrosion or damage to the power wire and where it connects to the battery. The light switch...

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
Things like that, that just tend to build up over time when things sit. When it's time to take it off, we'll simply press the button in our toggle, spread the bottom, pull it off and we'll tuck it away until we need it next time to cover up our jack. Not only is this going to work out really good for our Ultra Fab products, but it's also going to work on different Bulldog, Barker, Husky, At Wood 00:01:26, inaudible 00:01:27, Sequent 00:01:27, Component, Odyssey and Ultra Series jacks. That's going to complete our look at the Ultra Fab A-frame jack cover, part number UF38-944020.
The polished internal screw on this powered jack ensures supremely quiet operation. Easy-to-access toggle switch and bright, side-mounted LEDs make setup a cinch. Durable, corrosion-resistant jack Features: Electric jack with 12V motor lets you lift and lower your A-frame trailer quickly and easily Sturdy, polished internal screw provides extremely quiet operation Top-mounted toggle switch

Even after I read the many bad reviews I decided to give this a try. I wasn't going to just let my tongue jack get rusty and broken. I know alot of you said it leaked and wasn't water resistant so I decided to use my waterproofing spray I use on family shoes on this cover. After a few crazy wind/rain storms it is staying dry. Hubby and I are happy with it.

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