The Fulton 1,200 lb. Trailer Tongue Jack has bolt-through swivel mounts that fit any trailer frame up to 3" x 5". The mounts have 3-D formed, heavy-gauge steel stampings for minimal deflection and proprietary bushing material for strong support. The jack has a 6" wheel for mobility. 1,200 lb. maximum capacity.
Features and Benefits
1,200 lb. maximum capacity and 6" wheel provide stability and mobility
Proprietary bushing material offers maximum support; Z-Max 600 finish
Fits trailer frames up to 3" x 5"
Bolt-through swivel mounts designed with 3-D formed, heavy-gauge steel stampings for minimal deflection
Rated 5 out of
Great product.Exactly as advertised, then some. Added grease fitting a plus. Removable crank handle and wheel makes lubrication much easier.
Date published: 2016-04-23
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I am looking for the Fulton jack that has "Magnum" imprinted on top black round cover. Does this one have that? Ron
Asked by: fulton Ron
Hello fulton Ron,
The Fulton 1,200 lb. Trailer Tongue Jack does not say magnum on top.
Answered by: Tpayne2
Date published: 2015-06-23
How much rise does this jack rise? Can the mounting bracket be taken off and mounted on a Ranger Bass Boat bracket on a 1997 Ranger Bass Boat trailer? It is a Fulton jack with a bolt mounts to the brkt that mounts to the frame brkt?
Asked by: Dannoo
Fulton does not recommend altering or modifying the product. For more information concerning installation please visit the below link to view the product manual and for more specifications information..
Answered by: Johanna
Date published: 2014-06-25
what is the max. tongue height
Asked by: Lloydjjohnson
The Fulton 1,200 lb. Trailer Tongue Jack will move a total of 10 inches in height while cranking the handle.
Answered by: ATaylor
Date published: 2014-02-20
what are the side plates on the mount ? does it mount in the center?
Asked by: 49er
The Fulton 1,200 lb. Trailer Tongue Jack comes with two side plates. The jack may be placed anywhere you feel it is needed to support the trailer. You would place one side plate on one side of the trailer lip and the other plate on the opposite side of the lip. Next, insert the 4 bolts into the pre-drilled holes and tighten them down so that the jack stays in place.
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