Fulton Eclipse trailer tongue jacks come factory assembled with a mounting bracket for provides quick and easy trailer installation. The 1:1 side-wind gear ratio provides fast, easy jack operation even on heavy loads. Up to 25inch of lift, heavy duty 2.25inch zinc plated steel tubing and 6inch reinforced poly wheel (replaceable). The capacity for this jack is 1000 lbs and fits trailer tongues up to 3in x 5in.
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Does this jack pivot. I need a jack that does not pivot because there is no room for it on my trailer. Also the wheel needs to come all the way up to almost the attachment point on the trailer. Do you think this jack will do that?Thanks,Bill
The jack definitely does pivot. I would consider it to be unsafe to keep it in the down position since it could snag something. It can be placed along the axis of the trailer tongue. You will need at least 24"-26" along the trailer tongue axis. From the center of the pivot point to the ground is 12"-14".
Hi Bill, Yes the Jack pivots upward not quite sure about the second part of your question I do not think that the wheel comes up to the attachment point so this may not be the jack for you. I did have problems with mine and Fulton sent me a new one!
Hi Bill---the jack pivots. I do not believe the wheel will retract up to the attachment point but I will check tomorrow.
Hi Bill: My previous email indicated that the jack pivots. I am not quite clear on your second question. If you mean by "all the way up to the attachment point of the trailer" that the jack position must be as far forward on the tongue as possible, the jack will attach up to the point where the rear of the coupler fitting ends on the trailer tongue. Otherwise, the wheel of the jack, when the jack is lowered to its lowest point, the top of the wheel will be 3 1/2" below the bottom of the trailer tongue. Hope this helps. Ralph
Yes, this jack pivots. I am not close to my boat but I would say the bottom of the wheels are a good 10" from where it attaches?
Question: Is this a Snap-Ring mount? The undamaged bracket remains, I just need to replace the jack itself. It appears it's attached to the bracket by a single large Snap-Ring - the jack's been working perfectly since 1968. I wish everything was as well-made now as it was then. Thanks for your time, John
I purchased it over a year ago and my boat is now in storage but I a fairly sure it is attached to the bracket.
on less its welded replace every thing and sleep well its all new but you can just remove the snap ring but over the years i wold think that the pevit would be out of spec.
It Came with a mount that I did not use, I just took the snap ring off and it mounted perfect onto the welded fitting with the snap ring on my 98 Triton TR19 Bass boat Trailer.
jack Subject to Rust & Corrosion
Fine until the sfaft rusts up and will not turn to allow up and down movement