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Stallion Stabilizer Jacks - 7" Drop Leg Travel - 22-1/4" - Qty 2

Stallion Stabilizer Jacks - 7" Drop Leg Travel - 22-1/4" - Qty 2

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Stallion Camper Jacks - 288-01892-2

  • Pop Up Camper
  • Teardrop Camper
  • Travel Trailer
  • Stabilizer Jacks
  • Drop Down Jack
  • 0 - 1000 lbs
  • 2 Jacks
  • 22-1/4 Inch Lift
  • Stallion
  • Bolt-On
  • Weld-On
  • Steel


Heavy-duty jacks stabilize your lightweight cargo or camper trailer. Legs telescope to the ground when you release the lever. Jacks swing up for storage. With 7" of drop leg travel, these jacks have an extended height of 22-1/4".


Features:

  • Stabilizing jacks help keep your trailer or camper level and steady
    • Great for loading and unloading cargo or for camping
  • Folding design lets you flip jacks up for travel, down for use
  • Drop leg extends so you can adjust the height
    • Spring-loaded lever releases drop leg for use
    • Steel rod lets you easily fine-tune height adjustment
  • Large foot provides stability
  • Sturdy steel construction
  • Bolt-on or weld-on installation
    • Mounting hardware not included
  • Black color

Specs:

  • Bracket height:
    • Retracted 15-1/4"
    • Extended: 22-1/4"
  • Drop leg travel: 7"
  • Lift capacity: 650 lbs
    • Maximum load the jacks can lift
  • Support capacity: 1,000 lbs
    • Maximum vertical load the jacks can support
  • Quantity: 2 jacks

Note: These jacks are designed to stabilize a portion of your trailer's weight, not to support the full GVWR of your trailer. Do not use these jacks to lift your trailer or RV. Doing so will exceed the capacity of the jacks.


These stabilizer jacks are handy for leveling or stabilizing lightweight trailers. Support the front of your cargo trailer so you can load it or unload it without the trailer rocking or tipping. Or level your pop-up for a night at the campground.

01892-2 Stallion Stabilizer Jacks - 15-1/4" - 22-1/4" - Qty 2





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Stallion Stabilizer Jacks - 7" Drop Leg Travel - 22-1/4" - Qty 2 - 288-01892-2

Average Customer Rating:  4.6 out of 5 stars   (90 Customer Reviews)


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I mounted this Stabilizers Jacks to the back of a 4x8 utility trailer. I use the trailer to haul my Honda ATV to MotoAmerica motorcycle races. Once the ATV is removed I lower the jacks and mount my tent inside the trailer. These stabilizers allow me to safely move around in the tent without fear of the trailer tipping.



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Etrailer is the only one that had this longer size (22.25”) stab Jack for my travel trailer that sits fairly high of the ground. These are identical to my original stabilizers. They are made of the same thickness steel and were easy to install. They were delivered in just a few days. I have purchased a number of items from Trailer over the years and have always been completely satisfied with the service and product quality.

Michael

10/7/2023

After over 180 days camping, this stabilizer jack is working as good as new. Of course, where it’s metal to metal the paint has worn off in a few spots and it’s beginning to rust. But I have no fears of it rusting through, during my life time. I have no hesitation at all, recommending this to anyone in need of a good Stabilizer Jack support.

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Mike L.

10/23/2023

@Michael A little grease on those wear surfaces will help protect from corrosion...


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These jacks don’t work well. They worked OK at first, then overtime started slipping and not locking into place. Maybe for a very lightweight utility trailer they could be used for added stability but for my enclosed snowmobile trailer, I have to leave the adjustment rod in the jack to prevent it from slipping out.

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Katrina B.

4/13/2023

Can you please confirm what the weight capacity you are putting on these jacks? These jacks are designed to stabilize a portion of your trailers weight, instead of supporting the full GVWR of the trailer.



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Jacks worked great. Added them to an aluminum 2 place enclosed snowmobile trailer that did NOT like humans to walk up the rear ramp when unhooked and empty!? ...problem solved.



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I used these to replace the old screw jack stabilizers on our Hunter Compact II. We needed the extra length. The installation required drilling holes in the front angle iron - a template would have been helpful but I just made mine own so no real problem. We used 1/2 blots with nuts and lock washers. Everything seems okay!



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Great product, but they should be welded on the rv frame or bumper. Only one drilled hole in the mounting plate can be accessed with a drill or self drilling/self tapping screws..



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I chose these over the shorter drop leg stabilizers and overall functionality is what I was expecting, the quality of the finish is not. The paint on expanding inside leg is scraping right off... clearly the manufacturing cheaped out, looks like a "rattle can special" paint job... I mean c'mon, 5 minutes out of the box and just me testing the product has it looking like it's had years of use. (see pics)

Now I have to figure out if this is something I can live with looking at or if I am sending back. I'm leaning toward returning these because I'm worried they are just going to rust where the scrapes continue to remove paint.



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I mounted 4 of these telescoping jacks on two folding ramps on my utility trailer. All 4 will not hold their position. I use the supplied silver rods to hold the jacks in the necessary height for the ramps to be level.

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Katrina B.

12/2/2022

These are not to be used to support ramps in a level position. They are intended to stabilize a trailer on level ground.



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The delivery time was rather long.



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Perfect fit for my trailer.



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I did send in pictures of this set up on my trailer. I really like these for supporting the rear of the trailer when it is not hooked to my truck. If they were a little shorter when retracted they would be better for me. When the trailer is on the hitch, and the front is elevated, the legs won't flip down as they are a bit too long.



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Product came as ordered and ahead of schedule! Using on a camp trailer we put together as leveling feet when I disconnect from the Jeep



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Great sturdy product. Excellent replacement for cheap factory screw jacks



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The legs are less rigid side-to-side than I expected. It accomplishes the basic purposes of holding the tongue up and preventing the trailer from tipping backward when you lean on it, but it doesn't prevent sway when you lean against the trailer. I probably need some chocks on the wheels. If that doesn't do the trick, I'll probably by a real trailer jack for the front and reposition these jacks to the back corners.



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This length of stabilizer is hard to find — a perfect replacement for my 2011 16’ Scamp camper. Delivered lightening fast and just as promised!



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The stabilizing jacks are perfect for our Off Road Square Drop camper. It took us a minute to figure out how we were going to mount them because we didn’t have the ability to weld them to the frame. We drilled into the frame and installed Rivet Nuts. If you choose this route, make sure the Rivet Nuts aren’t too small. It worked out perfect for us. We’ll let you know if there’s a problem using this method once we get back from our cross country trip.



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Shipping was very fast as always
Have
not installed will work for my needs



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Working on an Off-Road/Expedition Trailer and needed the extra height that these provided. Perfect fit and excellent quality product . Shipping and packaging was right up there with the best I’ve experienced. Thanks!

Steven

7/11/2020

One year later and still doing great! They’ve taken several lateral stresses and retained good fit on the pivot pin....trailer doesn’t rock around. Still a good solid platform.



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I used these to stabilize the rear of my snowmobile trailer while loading and unloading when not hooked to the truck. They work well but I did have to fabricate mounts to make them work for my particular application. I am satisfied with this purchase and etrailer.com's service.



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Very nicely manufactured and easy to put together. All the pre-drilled holes were nice and clean and lined up perfectly. The AL construction makes it nice and light.
Also the etrailer website is very easy to use and they supply fast shipping.



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Sturdy yet minimal weight. Easy to mount. Can mark where to drill using legs as a template (as opposed to making one yourself). Operates as they should and stay in the stowed position even on rough PA roads! Supports the rear of my two place Legend snowmobile trailer so that I can move the sleds on and off without fear of the trailer tipping, creeping or lifting in the front. I still chock the wheels as that is in my nature to do.



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I bought these for rear supports on my army jeep trailer that I turned into an offroad trailer, easy to install with two bolts each. Made very well, and they fold down / up quickly with quick releases for the drop down leg. They come with gloss enamel paint, I'm going to spray them with bedliner to match the undercarriage of the trailer.



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Great product at a great price!



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Great product. Stabilizes my trailer when loading not attached to the hitch. I went with a weld on install. Only took a couple minutes to do both.



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We needed additional stability in our older, bouncy Scamp trailer. We added two legs to the front & these worked great!


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