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Brophy Heavy Duty Cable Camper Jacks - 67" Max Lift Height - 4,000 lbs - Qty 2

Brophy Heavy Duty Cable Camper Jacks - 67" Max Lift Height - 4,000 lbs - Qty 2

Item # CX74
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Easily load or unload your truck camper with these heavy-duty cable jacks. Portable design does not require permanent installation. Simply place the lift brackets under your camper and crank to raise. Automatic winch brakes prevent free-spooling. 1-800-940-8924 to order Brophy camper jacks part number CX74 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Brophy products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for Brophy Heavy Duty Cable Camper Jacks - 67" Max Lift Height - 4,000 lbs - Qty 2. Camper Jacks reviews from real customers.
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Brophy Camper Jacks - CX74

  • Truck Camper
  • Stabilizer Jacks
  • Sidewind Jack
  • 3001 - 4000 lbs
  • 2 Jacks
  • 67 Inch Lift
  • Brophy
  • Steel

Easily load or unload your truck camper with these heavy-duty cable jacks. Portable design does not require permanent installation. Simply place the lift brackets under your camper and crank to raise. Automatic winch brakes prevent free-spooling.


Features:

  • Heavy-duty cable jacks help you load and unload your truck camper
    • Ideal for rental or commercial use
  • Portable design - no need to permanently install unsightly electric jacks on your camper
    • Each jack disassembles into 3 pieces for easy storage
  • Extra-tall poles let you clear the bed rails on tall pickups
  • Hand winches let you easily raise and lower the jacks
    • 10:1 Gear ratio lets you crank with less effort
    • Plastic handle grips offer comfortable cranking
  • Automatic friction brake on each winch prevents free-spooling
    • Holds the load in position when you let go of the handle
  • Aircraft-grade cables are strong and reliable
  • Sturdy tripod bases distribute your camper's weight evenly
    • Help to eliminate front-to-back and side-to-side motion
  • Large footplates help to prevent sinking and tilting
  • Retractable swing-out tripod leg has 2 wheels for easy maneuvering
  • L-shaped lift brackets support the bottom and the sides of your camper
    • Simply place lift brackets under your camper and crank the winches to raise
  • Durable, corrosion-resistant construction
    • Tripod bases and lift brackets are black powder coated
    • Upright poles are galvanized
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Quantity: 2 cable jacks
  • Lifting range: 21" - 67"
  • Overall height when assembled: 76"
  • Combined weight capacity: 4,000 lbs
  • Lift bracket dimensions (each): 21-1/2" long x 2" wide x 2" tall
  • Winch gear ratio: 10:1
  • 1-Year limited warranty


Note: Always use these jacks in pairs on level ground.


Lifting your truck camper on and off of your pickup truck is challenging if you don't have the right equipment. This pair of reliable cable jacks helps you load and unload your camper with ease. No permanent installation is required, so you won't have unsightly and expensive electric jacks hanging off of your camper. And because these jacks break down into 3 portable, easy-to-assemble pieces, you can take them everywhere the road takes you.


Ideal for Rental or Commercial Use

The high weight capacity and increased reach of these jacks give you the versatility you need at your rental or commercial lot. The jacks have a 4,000-lb combined weight capacity that allows you to easily lift the heaviest or the lightest campers on the lot. And the uppermost poles on these jacks are elongated so you can lift a camper up to 67" off the ground, which should be more than enough to clear the bed rails of even the loftiest pickup truck.


Premium winches and wheeled tripods also make these heavy-duty jacks excellent for tackling frequent use at a rental or commercial lot. Each hand winch has a built-in automatic friction brake that prevents the cable from free-spooling when you need to let go of the handle. Plus the 10:1 winch gear ratio means that it takes less effort to crank the handle 1 full revolution, so you won't easily tire out, even if you're raising and lowering campers all day long. Finally each jack has 2 wheels on its tripod that make it easy to maneuver the fully assembled jacks around the lot.


Simple Operation

Using these jacks is simple. Place 1 jack on each side of your camper and position the L-shaped lift brackets underneath the body of the camper. Then crank the hand winches to lift or lower each side of the camper evenly until the proper height for loading or unloading is achieved.


It is recommended that 2 people operate the jacks simultaneously to make it easier to raise each side of the camper evenly. However, 1 person can do the job by alternately lifting or lowering each jack in small increments.



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Brophy Heavy Duty Cable Camper Jacks - 67" Max Lift Height - 4,000 lbs - Qty 2 - CX74

Average Customer Rating:  3.7 out of 5 stars   (9 Customer Reviews)

Easily load or unload your truck camper with these heavy-duty cable jacks. Portable design does not require permanent installation. Simply place the lift brackets under your camper and crank to raise. Automatic winch brakes prevent free-spooling.

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These jacks work really well. I deliberately bought the tallest, heaviest rated so that I'd maximize capability. They had no problem raising the camper much higher than needed. They provided good stability and ease of lift. The only complaints are that the poles were completely wrapped with cellophane tape (instead of cling wrap) creating a sticky mess. Also one of the top screws that keep the cable from going off the pulley was not included. The jacks had some surface (paint) damage. I'm not sure if that was due to being previously purchased and returned, or damage during shipment. But these are very strong and stable.

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Brooke M.

10/1/2022

Thanks for bringing that to our attention. I will have our customer service team reach out to you and see if we cant get you that missing piece.



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They bent while using them on something that was rated for it. Not impressed.

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Jenny N.

4/13/2023

I can understand your disappointment with the jacks and I wanted to ask you a few questions. Can you explain more on the weight of the camper. Would you be able to send a picture of the bend?



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This system works for the heavy 1980s truck camper I have. My camper once had the 4 jacks on each corner but the ones in front broke off twice and it didn't seem worth rebuilding the wood inside to remount them. The tradeoff is its not easy to pack these jacks around and take the camper on and off while camping. But at least I can use my camper again. I kept the back 2 corner jacks on even though the information on the new ones suggests that they are enough but for more safety and ease I use the old back jacks and these new Brophys. So I would recommend them for such a situation.



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Bernie

8/4/2023

Jacks work great



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Katrina B.

5/16/2023

I see that you gave your experience with etrailer 1 star. If you give me more information about why you are disappointed in us, I will be happy to assist you.



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