Then inside, we're going to have a nice soft material. Even if the wind's blowing this around a little bit or something like that we're not going to have to worry about any abrasion on our jack. The way it works is the simple drawstring here is going to pull down and secure around the outer tube of our jack. We'll just slide it over the top just like this, then cinch to close. This is going to protect not only the jack motor body itself but also our switches and out light from any kind of discoloration from UV fading. Also, it's going to protect it from the rain, the snow, dirt, debris.
Designed for use with your Bulldog 2-speed planetary jack, this powered drive offers quieter operations and a more efficient use of electrical power than competitive units. Lifting has never been Features: Makes lifting with your Bulldog jack faster and easier Fits Bulldog 2-speed, planetary-gear jacks with 12,000-lb static capacity Works great for horse, livestock and heavy-duty trailers
Features: ---Strong Fine Mesh Screen ---12 Volt Fan with 6" Blades --- Extra Strong Galvanized Steel Roof Flange with Mill Finish --- Dimensions 8.5" Round x 1.5" Deep --- Vent Color is White ---Includes 70" of 3/4" Butyl Tape ---Includes 28 screws for mounting the roof vent --- No Garnish Ring --- Will replace existing Elixir or Ventline Products (Please check the Hinge Style before Ordering) --- Standard OEM Dimensions (Opening 13.25" x 13.25") Mounting Flange (16.5" x 16.5").
Jack Cover, (John Higson Cover, Jr.), American physicist and inventor (born April 6, 1920, New York, N.Y.—died Feb. 7, 2009, Mission Viejo, Calif.), spent most of his career in aerospace but became famous in the mid-1970s for inventing the TASER, a handheld weapon that fires darts attached to insulated wires to deliver debilitating electric shocks at ranges of up to several metres. Cover’s goal was to devise a nonlethal means of stopping violent acts, such as riots and hijackings. Though the TASER was initially classified as a firearm because the darts were propelled by gunpowder, in 1993 Cover used compressed nitrogen to activate the darts; the modification allowed the public to purchase his invention. The TASER name (a registered trademark) was a modified acronym from the title of one of Cover’s favourite childhood books: Tom Swift and His Electric Rifle.
Mildew Prevention and Treatment No matter how carefully maintained, every RV cover can be a target for a case of mildew. What causes mildew and what are the most sensible ways to prevent and treat it? Mildew is a form of fungus present everywhere in the world. It is a primitive plant form that feeds on other plants and produces microscopic, seed-like spores that float freely. It takes dark, damp conditions to encourage their growth. Synthetic cover fabrics do not support the growth of mildew. Natural cover fabrics (those containing cotton) can support the growth of mildew, but such fabrics are treated with mildew inhibitors that will, with proper care, typically outlast the warranty period of the cover. However, dirt, pollen and other environmental particles that embed between the fbers of any cover fabric are gourmet fare for mildew and therefore, no RV cover fabric can prevent mildew from growing. Most remedies rely on sodium hypochlorite (household bleach) to remove mildew. A good, strong, all-around solution is ½ cup household bleach per gallon of water. Do not use liquid detergents in combination with bleaches. Scrub the affected surfaces with a soft brush, using rubber gloves and eye protection. Rinse thoroughly. For cleaning our covers, we highly recommend 303 Marine & Recreation Multi-Surface Cleaner which is safe and effective. Be aware that repeated cleanings can diminish the water repellency of the canvas. To restore water repellency to factory-new levels, we highly recommend 303 Marine & Recreation Fabric Guard. Remember that anything used to kill or remove mildew will wash or wear away over time, so be prepared for repeated treatments as part of your maintenance routine.
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).
I purchased this cover for my BD500199 electric tongue jack. It fits great, looks good, and stays in place while driving... one bit of advice though: my level blistered, or shattered, I'm assuming from heat. the cover basically rests right on top of the level. I contacted etrailer and they sent me a new level. I have a foam insulator between the level and the cover now. 541015

Quickly and easily install a 4-way trailer connector on your vehicle with this custom harness. T-One connector plugs directly into OEM tow package wiring harness - no cutting or splicing required. vehicle's wiring matches that of your trailer Powered module connects directly to avoid overloading your vehicle's electrical system Constructed of 16-gauge bonded wire Comes with dust cap for 4-way flat

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10" Tall x 80" long combo ramps can be used to lift your vehicle for service, load it onto a trailer, or display it at a show. The 8.5 degree angle of approach is perfect vehicle Remove incline section for maximum access and unobstructed view of vehicle's undercarriage Replaces heavy jacks and cumbersome jackstands Trailer loading configuration helps you safely load
Jack Cover, (John Higson Cover, Jr.), American physicist and inventor (born April 6, 1920, New York, N.Y.—died Feb. 7, 2009, Mission Viejo, Calif.), spent most of his career in aerospace but became famous in the mid-1970s for inventing the TASER, a handheld weapon that fires darts attached to insulated wires to deliver debilitating electric shocks at ranges of up to several metres. Cover’s goal was to devise a nonlethal means of stopping violent acts, such as riots and hijackings. Though the TASER was initially classified as a firearm because the darts were propelled by gunpowder, in 1993 Cover used compressed nitrogen to activate the darts; the modification allowed the public to purchase his invention. The TASER name (a registered trademark) was a modified acronym from the title of one of Cover’s favourite childhood books: Tom Swift and His Electric Rifle.
Then inside, we're going to have a nice soft material. Even if the wind's blowing this around a little bit or something like that we're not going to have to worry about any abrasion on our jack. The way it works is the simple drawstring here is going to pull down and secure around the outer tube of our jack. We'll just slide it over the top just like this, then cinch to close. This is going to protect not only the jack motor body itself but also our switches and out light from any kind of discoloration from UV fading. Also, it's going to protect it from the rain, the snow, dirt, debris.
This electric A-frame jack offers 22" of total travel and features an LED courtesy light for simple nighttime operation. Crank included for manual override in case of power failure. Features: Tongue jack positions quickly and easily with integrated drop leg Powered drive provides quiet operation and efficient use of electrical power No more hand cranking Easy-to-access on/off
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