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Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack - Drop Leg - A-Frame - 23" Lift - 4,500 lbs - Black

Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack - Drop Leg - A-Frame - 23" Lift - 4,500 lbs - Black

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Use this electric tongue jack to lift your trailer with the flip of a switch. The sturdy steel jack can handle up to 4,500 lbs. It has 18" of travel and a 5" drop leg for extra lift. LED lights on both sides boost visibility at night. Call 800-298-1624 to order Stromberg Carlson camper jacks part number SC63VR or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Stromberg Carlson products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack - Drop Leg - A-Frame - 23" Lift - 4,500 lbs - Black. Camper Jacks reviews from real customers.
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Stromberg Carlson Camper Jacks - SC63VR

  • A-Frame Jack
  • 4001 - 5000 lbs
  • Electric Jack
  • Bolt-On
  • 23 Inch Lift
  • Stromberg Carlson
  • 1 Jack

Use this electric tongue jack to lift your trailer with the flip of a switch. The sturdy steel jack can handle up to 4,500 lbs. It has 18" of travel and a 5" drop leg for extra lift. LED lights on both sides boost visibility at night.


Features:

  • Electric jack with 12V motor lets you lift and lower your A-frame trailer quickly and easily
  • Top-mounted toggle switches are easily accessible
  • Large LED side lights make it simple to set up your camper at night
    • Also ease weight distribution hookup and disconnect
  • Bubble level on top of housing helps you level your trailer
    • Bull's-eye design shows front to back and side to side
  • Built-in clutch protects gears and motor
  • Drop leg allows for greater adjustability
  • Rust-resistant powder coated steel parts are strong and durable
  • Housing is made of vacuum-formed plastic for protection from the elements
    • Black cover is painted to resist fading
  • Round, zinc-plated steel footplate provides stability
  • Emergency crank (included) allows you to manually operate jack if needed
  • Easy bolt-on installation for A-frame trailers
    • 3 Star washers included for making a good ground from jack to trailer
    • Mounting hardware sold separately


Specs:

  • Total lift: 23"
    • Screw travel: 18"
    • Drop leg: 5"
  • Lift capacity: 4,500 lbs
  • 2-Year warranty


How to Determine the Lift Capacity You Need in a Jack

A trailer jack is designed to lift the tongue of your trailer so you can connect the trailer coupler to your hitch ball. To do this, you'll need a jack with a lift capacity high enough to handle your trailer's tongue weight.


Tongue weight is the amount of weight that your trailer applies to the back of your tow vehicle. Typically, your tongue weight should be 10-15% of your total trailer weight (trailer + cargo). In other words, a 10,000-lb trailer would have a tongue weight between 1,000 lbs and 1,500 lbs. For a trailer this size, you would need a jack with a lift capacity of at least 1,500 lbs.


It's okay to have a jack with a weight rating that is higher than your trailer's tongue weight. In fact, a jack with a higher lift capacity should operate more efficiently, allowing you to spend less time cranking and more time camping.


Trailer and Camper Jack Lift

Every jack offers a certain amount of lift or travel. Screw travel is the distance the jack extends when you crank it (or toggle it to "extend" on an electric model). Some jacks include a drop leg for extra adjustability. On these jacks, you'll see the maximum extension of the drop leg listed in the specs as well. Adding the screw travel and drop leg travel together will give you the total lift. The total lift listed above can help you determine how high this jack will be able to raise your trailer.



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Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack - Drop Leg - A-Frame - 23" Lift - 4,500 lbs - Black - SC63VR

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (22 Customer Reviews)

Use this electric tongue jack to lift your trailer with the flip of a switch. The sturdy steel jack can handle up to 4,500 lbs. It has 18" of travel and a 5" drop leg for extra lift. LED lights on both sides boost visibility at night.

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Easy install, works as advertised, got here quickly, good price. What more can you ask for



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Love this new Jack it has more lifting power than my old Jack.



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Easy to install & wire up. Works really good.



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Easy install, super fast shipping.



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Easy to install and well built.



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Quick delivery and easy ordering



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Great service, product, and price. Can’t beat the free shipping on orders $100 or more.



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Smooth and relatively quiet operation. Not especially fast but that is not a surprise.



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I’m never ever cranking again thanks !! !!!!



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Shipping time was amazing. Ordered it around Noon on Monday and had it in Florida on Wednesday



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Awesome Product..!!!



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Ask the Experts about this Stromberg Carlson Camper Jacks

  • Can Electric Trailer Jack Be Powered without Trailer Battery
    There's a power circuit on 7-way trailer wiring that you could use to power electric trailer jacks like part # SC63VR. While we don't have a diagram that shows this exact connection its really just a matter of running 10 gauge wire like part # 10-1-1 from the power wire of the jack to the pin of the 7-way in the 1:00 position and you'd have the needed power for the jack.
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  • Dimensions Of Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack SC63VR
    Absolutely! From the top of the Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack # SC63VR to the mounting flange is 21-1/4" and from the front of the jack to the tube is 5-5/8" as shown in the included diagram. I included a video of the # SC63VR for you to take a look at.
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  • Recommended Electric Trailer Jack For 7000lb Pace American Trailer
    I have an option that may work for you, but the Model L812TA2 you mentioned did not cross reference with any parts. I recommend going with the Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack - Drop Leg - A-Frame - 23" Lift - 4,500 lbs - Black # SC63VR which will install into the a-frame of your trailer and its 4500lb capacity will make raising and lowering the tongue of your trailer quick, and will keep the jack working great for years to come. I included a video of the # SC63VR for you to...
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  • What is Silver Lever on Bottom of Motor of Stromberg Carlson Jack SC63VR
    On the bottom of the motor of the Stromberg Jack part # SC63VR there is a release lever setup that gets inserted when you want to manually crank the jack to release it basically from the motor.
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  • Troubleshooting Husky Powered A-Frame Jack that Only Lights Work On
    Sounds like a switch is bad on the Husky jack. This would have to be sourced at an electronics store. Also, the power supply feeding the jack may not be sufficient for the load to raise and lower the jack; the 12v feed on a vehicle 7-way may not be delivering amount of current the jack needs. A power jack often needs a dedicated trailer-mounted battery to get the required lifting power. If you do have a dedicated battery, check and make sure you have a good ground at the jack mount...
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  • How To Bypass the Switch To Test the Motor On a Husky Brute Electric Trailer Jack
    The process that you are referring to for the (Discontinued) Husky Brute Electric Trailer Jack means that you will need to take the power wire that goes from the back of the switch to the motor (trace to confirm) and then attach that directly to a 12 volt power supply. If the jack works once this is done then you know the switch is bad and it can be replaced. However, if the jack still does not work even when direct power is applied to the motor and you have checked the ground then the...
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  • Husky Electric Tongue Jack Will Lower But Not Raise
    If the motor on your Husky Electric Trailer Jack HT87247 works when lowering but cannot raise there are a couple of possibilities. The power supply feeding the jack may not be sufficient for the load; the 12v feed on a vehicle 7-way may not be delivering amount of current the jack needs. A power jack often needs a dedicated trailer-mounted battery to get the required lifting power. If you do have a dedicated battery, check and make sure you have a good ground at the jack mount with...
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  • Troubleshooting a Husky Brute HT87247 Trailer Jack that Doesnt Go Up or Down
    A common problem with a trailer jack like your Husky Brute that will not go up or down is that the battery is dead or bad or the battery connection is bad. I would start by checking the battery and the connections, including the ground. If it's not the battery it could be the switch. You can test this by removing the switch and applying power directly to the switch's wiring. If the jack starts working then the switch is bad. A replacement switch will have to be sourced at an electronics...
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  • Troubleshooting Husky Brute Electric Trailer Jack That is Clicking
    If your Husky Brute Electric Trailer Jack is only making a clicking noise and you have checked the power source there are a couple of other issues that may be occurring. Start by checking your ground connection to ensure it is secured to a clean, bare metal surface free of any type of paint or corrosion. The other issue may be that you have a bad switch that needs replacing. (Try electronic shop for replacement.) It is also possible that the jack was overextended or retracted and there...
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  • Husky Brute Trailer Jack Moves Slowly or Not at All
    The Husky Brute jacks ground through the mounting hardware. If there is corrosion where the jack is mounted or the surface is painted it can create a weak ground. You could support the trailer with jack stands, loosen and remove the jack, then sand down the mounting location for good bare metal contact. It is also possible that the jack may need a little help. When jacks are new or have sat for a while they can kind of bind up. Using the manual override crank handle to run the jack up...
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  • Husky Brute Electric Trailer Jack Lights Work But Jack Does Not
    If the lights on your Husky Brute Electric Trailer Jack are working but the jack is not responding - meaning no power whatsoever is reaching your motor - then I would remove and test if the switch is broken. If you have good strong power and the switch is passing power then you should check the ground. The Husky jacks ground through the connection to the A-frame. Clean and sand that area and try again. If these steps fail then you may have a bad motor or the gears are stuck/damaged from...
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  • Husky Brute Electric Trailer Jack Will Not Extend/Retract But Light Works
    If you have power entering the extend/retract switch on the Husky Brute Trailer Jack, but not leaving then the switch is bad and will need to be replaced. It would also be worthwhile to re-ground the jack on the frame but again I believe the switch is your issue. If power passes through the swith then you are looking at a motor problem, or perhaps the foot is stuck due to over extension. As the motor and gears are not replaceable you may need a new jack. I think the best value for...
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  • Recommended Jack To Replace Husky Brute HB4500 With Damaged Lower Jack Assembly
    I have a replacement jack option for you, but the lower jack assembly 87460 you mentioned for your Husky Brute Jack HB4500 has been discontinued as it was for the older model jacks. Since your lower jack assembly is damaged you will need to replace the entire jack instead. For a jack with the same 4500lb rating I recommend the Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack - Drop Leg - A-Frame - 23" Lift - 4,500 lbs - Black # SC63VR which offers up to 23" of lift, has a 2-year warranty, and...
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  • Stromberg Carlson A-Frame Trailer Jack SC63VR Use Ball Screw Mechanism
    It sure does! I checked with the manufacturer, Stromberg Carlson, for you and they verified for me that a ball screw mechanism is indeed used on the 4,500 lb A-Frame jack you asked about, which is the following part number: - Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack # SC63VR That was a good question because a jack with a ball screw mechanism is definitely the best option as they are the most efficient, durable type of trailer jack. I have added a link below to a video review for you...
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  • Troubleshooting Husky Brute Jack with Power To it that Isnt Raising or Lowering
    This could be as simple as a blown fuse. Check to see if you have 12 volt power at the jack. Also check grounding. Husky jacks are grounded where the jack meets the frame - ensure this area is clean. If you have power, test the up/down button to see that it is passing power. If it is bad you will have to source it at an electronics store. If it is passing power to the motor, it could be a bad motor. It could also be damaged gears. There are not any replacement parts for the Husky jacks....
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  • Are There Replacement Legs Available for Husky Jacks?
    I do have a potential alternate available, but as the Husky Brute Jacks are no longer being produced by the manufacturer, there is not be a replacement leg available. The Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack # SC63VR will match the Husky's 4,500 pound capacity and has just an inch less of lift.
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  • What Is The Mounting Bolt Pattern Of The Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack SC63VR?
    The Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack # SC63VR you were looking at has mounting holes that are 3" apart on center. This is the standard mounting hole pattern used by virtually all a-frame trailer jacks, so it will be an exact replacement for your current manual a-frame jack. I included a video of the # SC63VR for you to take a look at.
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  • Replacement Switch Recommendation for Husky Brute Powered Trailer Jack HT87247
    Since you have already tested the switch and found it to be defective it will need to be replaced. The original part is no longer available, but could potentially be sourced through an electonics supply store. If the jack has more problems and must be replaced I can make a recommendation. I think the best value for an A-frame tongue jack is the Stromberg Carlson # SC63VR which is rated for 4500 pounds of tongue weight. This is 1000 pounds more than other models, and even though you...
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  • How Does Trailer Jack with Single Wire Wire to Trailer Wiring
    The Husky jack you mentioned is no longer available which why the install video is not where you are looking but for a similar jack we have the Stromberg Carlson part # SC63VR which has a 4,500 lb capacity and installs in the same way with a single wire. I attached a review video for more info on it for you to check out as well. If you were to wire it to a 7-way you'd have to wire it to the 12 volt accessory circuit which is the pin in the 1:00 position. Most of the time these are wired...
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  • Powered A-Frame Jack Recommendation for Replacing Broken Shelby Square Jack
    If you remove the broken Shelby jack you have currently you can replace it with a powered A-frame jack that will bolt up to the 3 bolt mounting plate you have on your trailer. I think the best value for an A-frame tongue jack is the Stromberg Carlson # SC63VR which is rated for 4500 pounds of tongue weight. This is 1000 pounds more than other models, and even though you may not need this much capacity, you will find that the jack motor runs quick and effortlessly. This will add years...
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  • Powred Jack Recommendation to Replace Non-Powered Jack
    You are going to have to remove your current A-frame jack and replace it with one that does have a motor as there isn't a way to add motors to jacks that don't currently have them. I think the best value for an A-frame tongue jack is the Stromberg Carlson # SC63VR which is rated for 4500 pounds of tongue weight. This is 1000 pounds more than other models, and even though you may not need this much capacity, you will find that the jack motor runs quick and effortlessly. This will add...
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  • Recommended Electric A-Frame Jack for a 2016 Keystone Hideout 29BKS
    For your 2016 Keystone Hideout 29BKS, I recommend going with the Bulldog Powered Drive Trailer Jack - Drop Leg - A-Frame - 22" Lift - 4,000 lbs - White # BD500200. This includes 3 LED lights making it easy to set up at night and the built-in level has springs for simple, accurate leveling. With the drop leg and 22 inches of lift, it is an ideal choice for just about any trailer.
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  • What Electric Trailer Jack Can I Get To Replace My Husky HB4500
    If your Husky Brute Electric Trailer Jack - Drop Leg - A-Frame - 24" Lift - 4,500 lbs, part # HT87247, has brakes that are no longer engaging and the jack no longer holds under load, it is time to replace your jack. The Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack - Drop Leg - A-Frame - 23" Lift - 4,500 lbs - Black. part # SC63VR, is an excellent replacement. The specs are nearly identical between the two jacks. The one difference I can see is the Stromberg-Carlson jack only has 23" of lift...
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  • Can Electric Trailer Jack Lift Trailer With Weight Distribution System
    It is possible that the Electric Jack w/ Footplate - A-Frame - 25-1/2" Lift - 3.5K - Black # e69ZR will have enough power to raise the trailer enough with the weight distribution hitch installed, but unfortunately there is no formula to make sure. If your trailer is relatively light it should have no problems, but if you are in the 800-1000lb tongue weight range a higher rated trailer jack would be a better idea. I recommend taking a look at the Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer...
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  • Recommended Electric A-Frame Trailer Jack for 2011 Open Range Journeyer 340FLR
    Tongue jacks are often rated higher than the weight of the trailer tongue they will be supporting. For tongue jack to meet your needs, I recommend the etrailer.com Electric Jack w/ Footplate - A-Frame - 25-1/8" Lift - 3.5K - Black # EJ-3520-BBX. This jack will mount to the same location on your trailer tongue A-frame and will give you a drop leg as well as a nice LED light on a separate switch to help with connecting or disconnecting. I think the best value for an A-frame tongue jack...
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  • Is There a Way to Replace Cracked Screen on Lippert Smart Jack
    The only way to get a new control panel would be to replace your entire Smart Jack with part # LC643589. I reached out to my contact at Lippert who confirmed that the only replacement parts for the jack includes hardware like the pin or the footplate. With this being the case your best option to protect the buttons is a trailer jack cover like part # UF38-944020. If you'd rather use a different jack then I recommend the Stromberg Carlson # SC63VR because it is rated for 4,500 lbs, features...
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  • Troubleshooting Bulldog 3500 lb Electric Trailer Jack That Does Not Fully Retract Without Load
    Usually when this occurs, it's because the jack has been over extended; there is a small lock nut in the channel on the inner tube of this jack that if it's over extended will cut into the V channel on the inside. When this happens, it damages the functioning of the jack. This was confirmed with my contact over at Horizon Global, who own Bulldog. Because of this, you're likely going to need to replace it. A good replacement for your jack would be the Bulldog # BD500187, which is the...
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