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...
Designed for use with your heavy-duty Bulldog single-speed jack, this powered drive offers quieter operations and a more efficient use of electrical power than competitive units. Lifting has never Features: Makes lifting with your Bulldog jack faster and easier Fits Bulldog single-speed jacks with 12,000-lb static capacity Works great for horse, livestock and heavy-duty trailers Designed
Yes. A 3,000 pound electric jack will work just fine. Based on your trailer weighing 7,500 pounds loaded will equate to your tongue weight between 750-1125 pounds. Although you can choose a 2,500 pound (see link attached) electric jack, I would highly recommend the Stromberg Carlson # JET-3555 (white) or # JET-3755 (black) as they are rated at 3,500 pounds. I think you will really like the price point! I have also included an FAQ for you too.
Mr. Cover’s first two marriages ended in divorce. In addition to his wife, he is survived by a son, Steven, of Newport, Wash.; three daughters, Dede Rhodes, also of Newport, Melissa Beckley of Brush Prairie, Wash., and Cathy Cover of Tucson; two stepchildren, Shawn Kerr of San Clemente and Aron Fisher of Menifee, Calif.; 10 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
This fits nicely on our travel trailer power jack. We purchased it to stop the sun fading the black jack. Although we purchased and started using this a couple months ago, after days of heavy rain here recently we thought it would be prudent to check under it today. Yes, it is not waterproof BUT it was only damp under there and all the electronics still worked so we were happy. Let's face it, the manufacturers make the jacks to be weatherproof so a bit of water/damp should not hurt them. I do like another reviewer's idea of putting a plastic bag on first and then putting this cover on top though. A great idea!