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
Features: ---Strong Fine Mesh Screen --- Extra Strong Galvanized Steel Roof Flange with Mill Finish --- 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 --- Standard OEM Dimensions (Opening 13.25" x 13.25") Mounting Flange (16.5" x 16.5") Power Vent Options Available (Visit our store for the listing) * Garnish not included.
Take the effort out of lifting your trailer with this electric jack from Stromberg Carlson. The sleek black jack features an LED light for nighttime use, as well as water-resistant switches trailer's A-frame - hardware included Rust-resistant, powder coated steel parts are strong and durable Jack cover is made of vacuum-formed plastic for extra protection from severe weather Zinc-plated steel
Other types of RV accessories are designed to protect mechanical aspects of your camper. For example, new trailer brakes and torsion axles are necessary if your vehicle breaks down. However, you may also need to get RV leveling blocks to keep your camper from moving under uneven ground. These items are useful for keeping your camper running properly.
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...
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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