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Product DescriptionThe side-crank Overton's Mega Wheel 1800-lb. Trailer Jack easily swings up and out of the way when not in use. The built-in grease fitting keeps gears and shaft well-lubed for long-lasting performance. All Overton's Jacks have power-grip handles and dual release pins and fit trailer tongues up to 3" x 5". Mounting hardware is included with the Overton's Mega Wheel 1800-lb. Trailer Jack. Galvanized jacks with better corrosion and rust resistance are great for saltwater applications. Three-year warranty.
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Q:mine is welded to the trailer it's a atwater lift with a c clip holding it on dose your 1800 lb lift have the same c clip could i interchange the lifts thanksAsked on 5/24/2012 by Anonymous from illinois
Q:What type of mounting hardware comes with the jackAsked on 6/1/2011 by Anonymous
Q:mount indicates it fits up to 3"x5" trailer tongue. Ours measures 3" wide x 4" tall. Can you confirm that this will jack will fit our trailer tongue? I'm not seeing how it is adjustable in the picture. Thank you.Asked on 5/31/2010 by Jo
A:There are multiple holes in the mounting plate that should accommodate your frame.Answered on 8/9/2011 by CTRiver from Hartord, CT
Q:What is the highest lift in inches of the biggest jack you have? I have an aluminum trailer that you can't mount a swivel trailer jack to because the main frame is made out of aluminum I beam.Asked on 10/27/2009 by Anonymous from San Antonio, TX.
A:75839 is the Mega Wheel Jack and it has a total height of 31.5 inches in height when fully extended. The jack travel is 14 inches.
The next is 75840 with 30 inches of travel. It is a fixed mount.Answered on 10/28/2009 by Bryant C from Tech Department
Q:How high does the jack lift the trailer?Asked on 10/26/2009 by Anonymous from San Antonio, TX.
A:The jack has a lift of 27".Answered on 10/27/2009 by Jordan from Overton's
Q:I am looking at your trailer jacks. Are the weights indicated for tongue weight or trailer weight?Asked on 9/21/2009 by Russ Fritsch from Monterey Park, CA
A:tongue weightAnswered on 9/28/2009 by JUSTIN from OVERTON'S TECHNICIAN