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Customer Reviews for Ultra-Tow Top-Wind Round Swivel Jack - 2000-Lb. Capacity, 11in.H to 21in.H Range, Model# 50001050

Ultra-Tow Top-Wind Round Swivel Jack - 2000-Lb. Capacity, 11in.H to 21in.H Range, Model# 50001050

Item# 603636
Ultra-Tow Top-Wind Round Swivel Jack rotates 360 and supports 2000 lbs. 10in. travel range between 11in. and 21in.H. Top wind for easy use. 7in.L x 4in.W zinc-plated ground support plate. Jack Type Round, Length of Travel in. 10, Length Extended in. 21, Length Retracted in. 11, Crank Type Top wind, Ground Support 7in.L x 4in.W plate, Lift Capacity lbs. 2,000, Mount Type Weld-on.
Average Customer Rating:
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4
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5
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Rating Summary (2 reviews)
5 stars
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2 of 2(100%)would recommend this product to a friend.
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Customer Reviews for Ultra-Tow Top-Wind Round Swivel Jack - 2000-Lb. Capacity, 11in.H to 21in.H Range, Model# 50001050
Review 1 for Ultra-Tow Top-Wind Round Swivel Jack - 2000-Lb. Capacity, 11in.H to 21in.H Range, Model# 50001050
Overall Rating:
5 / 5
5 / 5

Ultra-Tow Top-Wind Round Swivel Jack - 2000-Lb. Ca

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January 9, 2012
By Rodinnc
from Apex, North Carolina
"This product (Ultra-Tow Top-Wind Round Swivel Jack Model# 50001050) was eaey to install and functions well."
Describe Yourself: Home Handyman
+1point
1out of 1found this review helpful.
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Review 2 for Ultra-Tow Top-Wind Round Swivel Jack - 2000-Lb. Capacity, 11in.H to 21in.H Range, Model# 50001050
Overall Rating:
3 / 5
3 / 5

A good trailer jack / If you check it

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October 19, 2011
By ricksratings
from Newbury, New Hampshire
"I bought this trailer jack for my trailered wood splitter, that I recently put a longer tongue on. I found the jack to be relatively well constructed, but as I was positioning the jack for the proper place for perminent installation, ie. welding the mount, the spring loaded handle fell on the floor and the springs jumped out. I had to spend some time, locating the 2 "E" clips that holds that assembly together. Taking a few minutes at the bench, I then realized that the retaining "E" clips were spread badly or sprung. I squeezed them down to the right size and put the assembly back together.
My advice: check that area first when unpacking the jack to make sure the assembler was paying attention. You'll find out quickly if it's loose. You don't want to find out later, (on the road, campsite, or dock) when you go to swing the leg and have the handle in your hands and parts darting everywhere.
Anyway after I fixed this issue the jack has been working well. Though I do keep an eye on it still."
Describe Yourself: Professional
+2points
2out of 2found this review helpful.
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