Lifting the tongue of a trailer with a
manual jack can be a back breaking job. A 12 volt battery powered
electric tongue jack will get the job done with just the flip of a
switch. No need to work up a sweat or skin knuckles when your hand
From a light weight utility or RV camping trailer up to the giant gooseneck trailers popular today, we have electric jacks that can get the job done. Atwood Deluxe, Heavy Duty and Marine will fill the bill. We even offer retro-fit kits to add electric power to the heavy duty gooseneck type jacks used on equipment and horse trailers. Ultra 5th Wheel landing gear, as well as Barker Hi-Power and VIP series jacks are all available at great discount prices.
Most power tongue lift jacks are a simple bolt on replacement for your existing A-frame mounted hand crank jack. Just make sure your unit has the triangular mounting plate with 3 hole bolt pattern and the center hole in your hitch is large enough to accommodate the jack tube size listed by the manufacturer of the new unit. Your trailer will need to have a 12V automotive type battery installed and accessible to hook the single power wire to.
Most of the electric trailer jacks come with an inline fuse but check the particular jack you buy prior to installing. If it did not include a fuse you will need to add one. An automatic reset circuit breaker is a better choice. These are inexpensive, easy to wire in and readily available at most auto parts stores or from our online catalog.