There are several systems available for loading and unloading a camper on your pickup truck.
We recommend permanently attached corner jacks to make the process as economical, easy and safe as possible.

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There are also a number of things to consider before deciding on the type of jacks you want.

  • How heavy is your camper? Camper jacks come in a variety of weight capacities.

  • How high is your truck? Different length and stroke jacks are available.

  • Are you using a single or dual rear wheel pickup? Dually pickups will always require adding swing out type mounting brackets.

  • How wide is the body of your camper? If it's a narrow "lite" model it may not fit on a dually, even with swing outs.

  • How often will you load and unload?

  • Do you normally have a helper?

  • Are you able and willing to hand crank the jacks?

  • If choosing electric, is your camper equipped with a 12V battery?

  • Did your camper come from the manufacturer pre-wire for electric jacks?

  • What brand and model jacks was it wired for?

  • If no pre-wiring exists are you able to accomplish this?

We carry all the major brand jacks in both the cost effective manual crank and easier to use electirc models.

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