|Item Weight||2.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2 x 3 x 6 inches|
|Item model number||57363|
|Manufacturer Part Number||57363|
|OEM Part Number||57363|
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Camco 57363 Leveling Scissor Jack Socket
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Camco's Leveling Scissor Jack Drill Socket reduces the time and effort it takes to raise and lower your scissor jacks. The adapter fits 3/8" or 1/2" power drills and works with all 3/4"Hex drive jacks.
From the Manufacturer
Adjust in seconds
Let your power drill do all the work for you
Significantly reduce the amount of time it takes to raise and lower scissor jacks with Camco’s Scissor Jack Socket. There is no more back strain using time-consuming hand cranks, simply attach the socket to your 3/8" or 1/2" power drill and let the power drill do all the work. It is especially convenient in inclement weather when you just want to get back inside.
The Scissor Jack Socket works with all 3/4" hex drive jacks and uses the torque from the power drill to raise and lower jacks. Simply insert the Scissor Jack Socket into your power drill, connect it to the scissor jack, and press the trigger on the drill to raise or lower the scissor jack.
The Camco Leveling Scissor Jack Socket is made of chrome plated carbon steel, so it is meant to last a lifetime. It has a one-piece construction for added durability and chrome plating that provides protection against corrosion.
- Chrome plated for corrosion resistance
- Helps prevent back strain from hand cranking
- Reduces time spent raising and lowering scissor jacks
- Compatible with most scissor jacks
- One piece construction
Durable one piece construction
Attaches to your power drill
Adjusts scissor jacks in seconds
No more hand cranking
About Camco Manufacturing
Camco started in 1966 with one employee and one product. Today, over 40 years later, we have more than 350 employees, over 3,000 products and multiple manufacturing facilities in the USA and across the globe.
Competitive pricing, superior service, quality products and customer satisfaction are the foundations upon which Camco operates. Our friendly, knowledgeable customer service staff stands ready to assist our customers with any questions. At Camco, we take pride in meeting the ever changing demands of a challenging marketplace while serving you, our most valuable asset.
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But with this little tool, and using my new Makita Hammer impact drill 18 volt, I can zip the jacks up and down in a second or two at the most! Why didn't I think of getting this sooner? Would have saved a lot of sweat and time!
None (should have bought one sooner!!
--- Some people says to just use your 3/4" socket from a socket set. That also calls for an extension or adapter to be used with a drill. In my case, my sockets seem to migrate (it's my kid's fault I swear -- or the dog's) so it's hard for me to count on keeping up with a full set. This socket is a single piece socket/ drill adapter. Its a dedicated tool, built for one purpose. I'm less likely to misplace it since it stays where is will be used. I keep one in the trailer and another in the glove box, just in case something gets misplaced during hurried take down and departures. For the price, and avoiding the potential hassle of of having to crank by hand (or worse, my wife having to crank by hand, if I can't get off early enough to be the one to set everything up), it's way worth it.
--- And buy a decent cordless drill. Some people in other reviews are marking down this product due to their poor experience trying to lift their heavy trailer with a cheap under powered drill. In some cases, I assume, that the jacks have not been lubricated as often as the manual suggests. I know I rarely think about it until I am reminded when I feel the tension or load when moving the trailer for the first time every year.