From my research I found that your 16-ft Airstream Bambi has an A-frame. I recommend the Husky Brute Electric Trailer jack, part # HT87247. This jack features a 6-inch drop leg and lift of 18 inches so the total travel is 24 inches. This also includes a manual override if needed. This is a bolt-on installation. To keep the jack protected from the elements over prolonged periods of time I recommend part # UF38-944020.
One pretty awesome solution is the Towing Organizer by GR Innovations. This made in the USA organizational solution attaches around your trailer jack (either manual or electric) and gives you a place to hang two safety chains, an emergency brake cable, and an electrical harness. Making everything neat and organized (and making Marshall a very happy camper).
Those who are interested in buying items like these have many different types available for their needs. For example, a trailer fender is necessary for protecting your RV from impact damage. They can fit where old ones were and fix any auto body concerns from which your vehicle suffered. More specific types include RV awnings that provide you with a comfortable place to sit during rainy weather.
The shipping weight of etrailer's Electric A-Frame Jack w/Footplate, # EJ-3520-BBX, is 25 pounds. This jack has received great reviews from our customers stating that it is well made easy to install. We don't put our name on just anything, so you can rest assured that this jack is good quality at a fair price. To protect your jack from the elements when not in use, I recommend the Ultra-Fab Protective Cover, # UF38-944020.
If the a-frame jack you have on your trailer failed I recommend getting a stronger jack for your 2013 Springdale trailer. I recommend the Bulldog Powered Drive Trailer Jack, part # BD500199. This has a 4,000-lb capacity and a total travel of 22-inches. You may also want to keep a cover on the jack when it is not being used if you do not already have one. I recommend a cover like part # UF38-944020. This weatherproof cover has a drawstring that helps hold it secure to the jack.
Ever wonder what to do with your trailer safety chains, trailer emergency brake cable, and electrical connector when your trailer isn't hooked up to your tow vehicle? Hate to see these items just lying on the ground? Well if you are anything like Camp Addict co-founder Marshall, trying to find a good place to store these items drives you insane! (Camp Addict co-founder Kelly could care less about these details. 😂)
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...
when I ordered this cover for my electric tounge jack i got 2 of them becausse i just knew it was going to be some cheap knock-off from leather and this one would be made of whatever and with the climate changes here in Utah between the very hot and sunny to the freezing snow covered cover wouldnt last the first season, But i could'nt have been more wrong. this is one high quality cover you'll know it the first time you pick it up you can feel the heavy dense matterial. this baby will last a good long time, Maybe i'll go sell the other one for some fishin gear 145623
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Back up your vehicle to the coupler of your hitch. Center the ball directly under the coupler (duh, right?). Lower your jack down so that the coupler connects with the ball and you raise up the jack up until it can't go up any more. (Don't raise jack all the way up yet if you have a weight distribution hitch that requires you to lift the hitch as well as the back of the tow vehicle.)