The Fulton F2 trailer jack features a robust 1600 lb lift capacity and precision machining that is a revolution in trailer jack engineering. The strongest mount and swivel on the market, along with faster cranking, release pin, and wheel wedge to make moving and supporting any trailer tongue easy.
The F2's precision extruded aluminum alloy inner and outer tubes, combined with twin alignment bushings, ensure a precision fit. The anodized finish keep the tubes virtually corrosion free. Engineered to be the strongest swivel mechanism in the industry it is also the first mounting system that can be adjusted to any desired height.
An integrated pull pin with an ergonomic grip makes it easy to swivel into position for lifting or transport. Twin track 7" diameter wheels are designed to roll independently to make changing direction smooth and effortless.
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Maintenance free design holds up to salt water use
Ergonomic design operates smoothly with ease
Strong, durable construction
Stylish design somliments the boat and trailer styling with a clean high tech look
Available in single or dual wheel design
Wider wheel base adds superior stability.
Do you have replacement wheels for the Fulton Jack with dual wheels?Thanks
I bought the single wheel so I have no knowledge of where to buy wheels other than the manufacturer Fulton.
Jamestown distributors should be answering this question not a customer
How well does this roll in fairly packed gravel?
It rolls better than anything else I have used.Great jack with one minor draw back.You need to pop the gear cover off at least each six months and repack the gears with good quality marine grease.It is the best trailer jack that I have purchased.
Not sure about gravel - rolls well on asphalt. It would depend on the tongue weight on the Jack.
Rolls easily no problem
I have the single wheeled version and that rolls just fine depending on how well packed the gravel is and how heavy the tongue of your trailer. Although there is a warranty, the interior jack screw will not stand up to salt water. If you are planning on immersing the jack fully, be prepared to have the interior jack screw fail (i.e. rust so badly that it cannot be turned). I have opened mine (voiding the warranty) and removed all the rust and liberally coated the screw with waterproof grease. For $140 some odd dollars, Fuller should have done this or machined the jack screw out of stainless. If it is not going to be immersed, it will not be an issue.
Any of you had problems with the actual wheels breaking? I have a two wheel jack and one of them just cracked in half. Can I just buy a replacement wheel or do I need to buy a new jack.. Thanks
Boy sure about the replacement wheel. I have the same jack for about 4 years now and no problems with the wheels. However, I did break the handle on the lock pin and was able to order a new pin, the site even had a video of how to replace it.
I have a new single wheel that was damaged in shipping. I could send the lower unit to you. I would be great to put this jack to a useful purpose.
Jamestown:Fulton is offering a new jack with the much needed grease fittings. model 141132. Will you be offering it soon?
Hi Harv: This is a question for Jamestown to answer but a grease fitting would really help only if it can be used to grease the screw jack. Fulton says if you open the bottom part of the jack, it voids the warranty. Since mine seized up, I opened it anyway and there never was much grease in there. I cleaned the screw jack with a Dremel wire brush and coated it liberally with waterproof grease and it is working fine now. The screw jack, in my opinion, is the weak link in this jack if you are using it in salt water. From the outside, it looks quite robust.
will this 2 wheeled jack fit/work on a trailer tongue 3"wide by 5"high ?
I am in Ma. and my trailer is in Maine so I can't answer the question. However, I would think that there would be specs on the Fulton website or perhaps a call to their customer service would solve the issue.
Yes it will fit
I just checked my tounge and it is 3 x 4. The span of the bolt holes does not allow for more than the 4 inch depth.Beware - the double wheel does not pivot easily! The single wheel does very nicely. And the single wheel can handle very heavy loads.
Can I use the welded on mount from the original Fulton jack that I already have on the trailer? Previous jack rotates on a center bolt (that is currently rusting away).
I would be surprised if the two are compatible. The new jack will have stainless bolts.
I received a response from Fulton, F2 is not compatible with other mounts.
My installation was a new one. I had to make a special metal bracket to attach it to the trailer frame.
I can't but Fulton can.
I can't answer that question but probably Fulton can.
I don't know.
What is the up & down height the jack travel?
The mount has an 8 inch adjustable range and the lift height is 10 inches.
What is the weight of the dual wheel jack ?
Hi Jeff: I am guessing it is about 15 pounds. Anyway, it doesn't appreciably affect the tongue weight on my trailer. The weight is probably in the specs somewhere. Ralph
The jack itself is not very heavy. It actually weighs only slightly more than my old single wheel jack that came standard with the trailer. As for its capacity, my boat weighs about 2,000 lbs., and this jack takes it up and down with hardly ay effort. It's a good piece of hardware, well-made, and does the job.
It seems to be less than 10 pounds. It works very well.
Sorry, misread question. The jack itself is definitely less than 10 lbs. I'm extremely please with it.
The description says 1600 lb capacity. I have a 18.6 foot blazer bay boat. All storage compartments full. Lifts boat with no strain at all. In fact, my wife can work the jack with no strain.
the double wheel on cement surface DOES NOT turn well at all. Why?
There can be several reasons.Mine is not good in sand.Tongue weight could be too heavy,jack may be too high.Try lowering the jack and check the brake.Sorry I can't bee help.I really like my jack and it still looks like new.
I have only used my Fulton trailer jack on gravel surface in remote Alaska and it has worked fine as one could expect for the conditions. I imagine tongue weight would also effect the turning performance.
Mine works fine on cement, check to see if the wheel lock may be partially engaged
I found the same frustrating issue on my Double wheel on any surface. I wish I could exchange it for a single wheel. I have had a single wheel for many years and so happy. Then, I bought the double wheel for my second boat thinking I would be double happy! I am fully frustrated... It has been well over a year and I have not contacted anyone to discuss an exchange, or trade back for a single. Unless we are missing something here? Is there a solution to get the double wheel to turn? Like a shopping cart wheel? The double wheel just seems too wide for its pivot point. The single wheel is fine!
do I have to grease or oil this F2 jack?
I don't know yet. I put the boat in the water today and plan to take the cap off the jack to check inside as well as seeing if there is any way to get to the screw part of the jack. I can let you know after I take a look. Ralph
No Frank. No lubricationis necessary.
I have two of these jacks (first one I have had for three seasons... single wheel) and I have only occasionally sprayed WD40 on the outside... not for any particular reason. I think it would have held up the same with or without the occasional spray. The hinge coating has a touch of surface rust but... nothing affecting the function. Works the same as when I installed it after so many uses in and around Bay salt water.I have not oiled or touched the inside of these jacks whatsoever.So nice compared to the annual throw away jacks that I have used for so many decades otherwise! Highly recommend these jacks.The double wheel version is overkill for both of my 2000 pound plus boats.I have a double wheel version and a single wheel version... The single wheel suits for any reasonable runabout. I think the single wheel could easily handle up to 4000 pound boats with a few hundred pounds of tongue weight.
I'm not sure. After one year, it works like new and hasn't been greased or oiled. Then it doesn't get dunked in the water either.
no grease or oil required. awseome jack!!!
I have only had my jack for a short while.It had a hard month of salt water use.There is no way to grease this unit.everything is sealed.I did spray it with WD40 after each use.It still looks new.My last 3 jacks would have been rusting .Hope this helps.
Very easy to install
Weakness of the Fulton F2
Here's the problem with this jack: the description includes "The anodized finish keep the tubes virtually corrosion free". That is correct except for the screw jack on the inside of the tube. My jack, after two seasons, was difficult to crank up or down under load. Against the advice of Fulton, and voiding the warranty, I took it apart and found the jack shaft to be rusted and devoid of any grease. If you buy this jack, be prepared to take it apart after each season and liberally grease the jack shaft. It does no good to have plenty of grease on the top gears but little or no grease on the jack shaft. It took me about 15 minutes to take it apart. When punching out the pin on the top gear, punch it out only about 1/4" and then turn the handle so the pin is straight up. Then pull it out the rest of the way. There is not enough room to punch it all the way through when it is pointing down.
Boothbay Harbor, Maine
Fulton traier jack
Not made to be submerged when hauling out boat. The unit it replaced was taken apart, and was completely rusted beyond repair. The unit was two years old.
I would buy this product again !
Looks and works Great!
Best trailer jack I have seen or used.
Easy to move boat trailer with this jack
"I would buy this product again and agai
I bought it to use on a pull behind trailer for an ATV. I like the two wheels for moving the trailer on gravel. The 7 " wheel is a plus the jack very stout support when moving it by hand.
Its everything advertised and much more.
This replaced the rusted out 6 month old jack.I fish in salt water and have spent way to much replacing jacks that are ugly and rust.This jack was worth every penny and came with all the install hardware.had it on in 5 minutes.
Fulton dual wheel trailer jack
very easy to install, solid, brake works great, rolls very smoothly.
Bought to replace the Fulton jack on my 14' enclosed Triton trailer which broke due to my own fault. Great price and super fast delivery to Canada. Easy installation!
The F2 is the best 3rd wheel-jack ever
These 2 versions of an aluminum wheeled jack are a blessing to trailer maintenance. They are precise in their mechanics and do not corrode. The premium one pays vs the steel versions is more than worth the investment in this jack.