|Item Weight||28.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5.5 x 28.5 x 12.6 inches|
|Item model number||48830|
|Manufacturer Part Number||48830|
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Eaz-Lift 24" RV Stabilizing Scissor Jack, Fits Pop-Up Campers and Travel Trailers, Can Support Up to 7,500 lbs. -(2 Pack) (48830)
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|Item Dimensions||5.5 x 28.47 x 12.6 in||—||26.25 x 7.25 x 4.25 in||—||27.5 x 11 x 4.75 in||4 x 24 x 13 in|
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Eaz-Lift's Olympian 24" Scissor Jacks fit pop-ups and trailers and allow for either bolt-on or weld-on installation. It has a certified 7500 lb. load capacity and is powder coated for maximum rust protection. Comes as a set of two. Measures 4-3/8” high when fully collapsed and 23-3/4” when fully extended.
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One thing to note is that this jack moves a lot faster than my old jacks. The threads on the "screw" rod are farther apart so each revolution puts out more movement. This is nice when you have to lower or raise it a lot, but I've noticed that it requires more torque than the old ones to get a lot of weight on the jack to stabilize my trailer.
Yes, I would recommend these!
I have a 18.5 Jayco Swift SLX that sits rather low to the ground. I had been using the screw type jacks that get placed and stowed on each trip. There were many times that I couldn't use those jacks because they were too tall. As I said, my camper sits low. These fold down and are short enough that they fit within the safety zone for clearance. They are also small enough that they don't extend beyond the side of my camper.
The foot is big enough that I could probably use it without a piece of wood underneath, but I use the wood just to keep them clean.
These are rated at 5000 LBS each. My camper only weighs 2400 LBS dry and 3600 LBS fully loaded, so these are overkill.
My camper didn't have mounting holes, but it does have a piece of angle iron where one would install such jacks. Installation was pretty easy.
These jacks come with 8 screws (4 for each) which I think is also probably overkill. From what I've read, the screws are just there to keep the jack in place when they're not extended.
I would recommend to a friend.
Update! - OK I put these on in Nov of 2015. And after 3 camping trips, one of the jacks had the pin that keeps the jack up in the upper position and it snapped off when putting the jack up. Luckily I carry tools to be able to fix things like this and was able to remove the jack so we could get home. I bought another set and noticed the pins that serve this purpose are not very big, and for something that will at times have some torque applied to it, may not be large enough. In checking the other reviews this seems to be a reoccurring problem and the manufacturer shoudl probably take a look at placing larger pins in the shafts.
I am going to tap out where the old pin was and place a much larger one in its place. That way I will have some spares. I will put up photos when I do this to show the difference in the sizes of the pins. Changed form a 5 star to a 3 because it lasted 7 months before breaking after three uses. Maybe the maker will make a change to make this much better,otherwise the jack is great and heavy duty.
OK UPDATE!!! They have changed to type of shear pin used, and now its much better built and a completly different type of system to hold the washer in place, its welded!! Can't beat that. Think they may have listened to the reviews and fixed the product! I replaced two on mine with the new style and will replace the other two when time and funds permit since they are better built now and will not have a problem with breaking like they did before! Highly recommend them now back to 5 stars!!