While you could possibly run the power from the 7-Way to the jack, it is not ideal and you could overload the circuit. I recommend adding a battery to the trailer and providing a maintenance charge to the battery from the 7-Way. You will connect the 12 volt circuit from the 7-Way trailer connector to the positive battery terminal. The jack will get its power from the trailer battery this way and not from the vehicle 7-Way. Having the wire to provide a maintenance charge will only maintain...

We highly recommend getting yourself an electric trailer jack. Marshall has always had one on his Lance, and Kelly just recently got our #1 recommended Husky electric jack after almost three years living with a manual jack, and she couldn't be happier. For Kelly, it was one of those "Why didn't I do this a long time ago" reactions. Oh well, nothing like living in the present and not bitching a fit every time you have to hook up! No more worries about Kelly's back going out because of her jack. Her back is jacked, but her back won't go out due to a jack. Something like that. 
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.

It sounds like the Bulldog A-Frame Jack, part # BD500200 is just what you are looking for. The BD500200 has an outer tube diameter of 2-1/4 inches which matches what you are replacing and this jack has 2 toggle switches. One is used to control the up and down movement of the jack and the other switch turns the LED lights on and off. The mounting plate features mounting holes that allow you to mount it so the controls are at the front of the jack or mount it so that the controls are...


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While you could possibly run the power from the 7-Way to the jack, it is not ideal and you could overload the circuit. I recommend adding a battery to the trailer and providing a maintenance charge to the battery from the 7-Way. You will connect the 12 volt circuit from the 7-Way trailer connector to the positive battery terminal. The jack will get its power from the trailer battery this way and not from the vehicle 7-Way. Having the wire to provide a maintenance charge will only maintain...
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...
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We highly recommend getting yourself an electric trailer jack. Marshall has always had one on his Lance, and Kelly just recently got our #1 recommended Husky electric jack after almost three years living with a manual jack, and she couldn't be happier. For Kelly, it was one of those "Why didn't I do this a long time ago" reactions. Oh well, nothing like living in the present and not bitching a fit every time you have to hook up! No more worries about Kelly's back going out because of her jack. Her back is jacked, but her back won't go out due to a jack. Something like that. 

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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