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Lippert Electric Trailer Jack with Footplate - A-Frame - 18" Lift - 3,500 lbs - Black

Lippert Electric Trailer Jack with Footplate - A-Frame - 18" Lift - 3,500 lbs - Black

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Powered A-frame jack has 2 toggle switches for operation. Jack has a retracted height of 10-3/4", an extended height of 28-3/4", and 18" of travel. Extends 6" in 41 seconds with 1,000 lbs of tongue weight. 1-833-496-1390 to order Lippert camper jacks part number LC285318 or order online at Free expert support on all Lippert products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for Lippert Electric Trailer Jack with Footplate - A-Frame - 18" Lift - 3,500 lbs - Black. Camper Jacks reviews from real customers.
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Lippert Camper Jacks - LC285318

  • A-Frame Jack
  • 3001 - 4000 lbs
  • Electric Jack
  • 1 Jack
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Powered A-frame jack has 2 toggle switches for operation. Jack has a retracted height of 10-3/4", an extended height of 28-3/4", and 18" of travel. Extends 6" in 41 seconds with 1,000 lbs of tongue weight.


  • Electric jack lets you raise and lower your A-frame trailer quickly and easily
  • 2 Toggle switches on the front of the housing let you operate the jack
    • On/off switch controls the light
    • Extend/retract switch controls up and down movement
  • Helical-cut gears with angled teeth gradually mesh for quiet, efficient operation
  • LED light illuminates at a downward angle to help you focus on your coupler
  • Emergency crank (included) allows you to manually operate jack if needed
  • Heavy-gauge steel construction ensures durability and strength
  • Black powder coat finish resists rust and corrosion
  • Durable, textured-housing prevents chips and cracks
  • Easy bolt-on installation
    • Wires to 12-volt power source


  • Bracket height:
    • Retracted: 10-3/4"
    • Extended: 28-3/4"
  • Lift: 18"
  • Travel speed (w/ 1,000-lb tongue weight):
    • Extends 6" in 41 seconds
    • Retracts 6" in 40 seconds
  • Outer tube diameter: 2-1/4"
  • Inner tube diameter: 2"
  • Footplate diameter: 5-1/2"
  • Motor voltage: 12 volts
    • Power consumption: 30 amps
  • Lift capacity: 3,500 lbs
  • 1-Year limited warranty

This jack will take the work out of lifting and lowering your trailer. The 30-amp motor ensures trouble-free operation and consistent power with the flip of a switch - no need for a crank. It also has helical-cut gears, which have angled teeth that mesh together clearly. This allows for quieter, more efficient operation than a jack that uses a standard Acme screw.

To ensure great performance even at night, this jack also comes with a front-facing light that houses 3 LEDs. The light is directed at a downward angle allowing for easy deployment and retraction of the jack in low-light settings. The unit also comes with a manual crank handle in case you lose power.

This jack can be bolted or welded onto your A-frame coupler, or it can sit in a brace behind the coupler. As with other Lippert jacks, it is constructed of powder coated steel to ensure that it will resist rust and corrosion and hold up well to the elements. The housing on the jack protects the internal components, and it has a durable, UV-resistant coating that resists chips, cracks, and fading.

You always want to be sure when purchasing a tongue jack that the jack capacity at least matches your trailer's tongue weight (TW). Your trailer's TW should be around 10 percent to 15 percent of your gross trailer weight (GTW), which is the weight of your trailer when it's fully loaded. So if you have a 5,000-lb trailer you would want a jack that can support at least 500 lbs to 750 lbs.

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.

285318 Lippert Components (LCI) Power Tongue Jack - A-Frame - 18" Lift - 3,500 lbs - Black

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Lippert Electric Trailer Jack with Footplate - A-Frame - 18" Lift - 3,500 lbs - Black - LC285318

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (171 Customer Reviews)

Powered A-frame jack has 2 toggle switches for operation. Jack has a retracted height of 10-3/4", an extended height of 28-3/4", and 18" of travel. Extends 6" in 41 seconds with 1,000 lbs of tongue weight.


The order shipped quickly and arrived when promised (via UPS). After removing the old tongue jack, the new Lippert jack installed in less than 45 minutes. Installation was straightforward due to the clear instructions included with the product. I have been very happy with all products purchased from etrailer.

The tongue jack is still working as advertised. No problems whatsoever.
Bill D - 11/07/2022


I had my trailer tongue jack fail. I thought (hoped) it was just the actuator switch; replaced that but no luck. Found the exact same product through etrailer and purchased it (why not, the first one lasted for 8 trouble free years). The price was very reasonable and I received it a week sooner than promised. Installation was a snap- 3 bolts and connect a wire. Now on to more camping adventures!


The bolt pattern matched my trailer so it was very easy. No skill needed. I soldered a connection on and hooked it directly into the battery. I had to drill a hole for my foot extension. So far so good. 23 foot travel trailer.

I wish I would have purchased it the same day I purchased the trailer. It’s super!!!
Roy - 06/14/2020


Love it! No more hand cranking. Installation was a breeze. The trailer tongue has nut plates so it was a easy swap. No extra wrench to loosen the bolts.
I just crimped on a connecter on the end of the power wire, ran the wire through the factory clamps of the camper and put it on the positive side of the battery. Done! I kind of wish it had a slow and fast speed but no biggie. I really like the LED light on the front with its own switch. It adds to the “wow” factor. Thanks again etrailer! I never shop anywhere else.


I purchased a used trailer that came with a cheap "Made in China" copy of the Lippert 3500 lb electric jack which the dealer had installed. It currently retails for $70.00. It failed after 3 years (trailer only 3 years old). So I bought the "real" deal this time. I had read previous views that said the Lippert 3500 was noisy. Mine barely makes a whisper and compared with my previous jack it doesn't make any noise at all. Etrailer even matched a competitor's low price. I couldn't be happier. Installed it yesterday and it moves up and down with ease. I'd give it and Etrailer 10 stars if I could.

My Lippert 3500 lb electric jack is still working greatsmooth, quiet, and powerful. I am still very happy with it.
Thomas - 09/17/2021


My electric tongue jack arrived in two days, was easy to install and makes hitching an unhitching so much easier.

I’ve not had any problems in a year of constant use. This was a great purchase.
NK - 06/01/2019


After installation it functions as expected. It raised the tongue of our Casita easily and quietly. It was easy to install on our Casita. It bolted right in. Most of the time taken for the installation had to do with routing the wire from the jack to a power source. I found a suitable power wire in the closet. I used a 10 gauge quick splice connector to make the power connection. It took some effort to get the wire from the jack into the closet. I was able to push a Phillip’s screw driver through to the outside after removing the cable clamp. I cut the red wire from the jack on the diagonal and used pliers to push the red wire through from the outside into the closet. Aside from using the jack today I can’t speak to longevity. It sure was nice not to have to manually perform this task.


Have a 20/20 arctic wolf and this Jack is more stable and more efficient than what came with the trailer


First of all , My compliments to the shipping department. I was actually impressed the way that the trailer jack factory package was secured in the etrailer outer shipping box.
Since I was basically just replacing a old jack that I damaged with a new one, the installation was easy. All works great, exceeds my expectations .


Within an hour after receiving the Jack I had it installed and wired up , it’s a very easy installation , and it’s going to be a great timesaver

It’s working just like the day I install it just fine
Charles - 06/29/2019


As always a big help in getting what I need, and wanted. Good tec help, fast service. Already installed.


A great jack, works really well, powerful, good lift height, had a great fit onto the trailer itself, and seems very reliable.


Fit perfectly easy to install. I used it on my 2013 keystone sprinter travel trailer.


While I researched the large selection of trailer jacks on etrailer before making my purchase, what I tended to see (by a LARGE margin) at RV campgrounds was this product. So I bought it....quick shipping and super easy time for our latest camping adventure. It worked flawlessly on our Minnie and was a nice change from having to manually lift and lower my RV off/on my truck tow ball. I really liked the gearing as it was the perfect operating speed for me.

The jack continues to work flawlessly. the only thing I see to improve on is a slower full stop when retracting the jack and not the awful noise it makes when it hits its upper limit.
Carl - 10/30/2020


It will be a while before I can install. Winter storm coming. The order was filled in a timely manner and I relied on the company from a previous order for a brake controller/cable to fit my Jeep Grand Cherokee.
The factory packaging however, was insufficient to restrain and prevent the triangular mounting flange on the lower end from punching through the cardboard packaging. The result was minor scratching and removal of paint on a corner tip of the flange.

There was no evidence of anything in the package to restrain the lower end from traveling vertically up and down toward the area where it punched through. So..I'd blame it on Lippert for insufficient product package restraints.

The Jack initially worked fine with the exception of the LED light. I reported my trouble shooting information to etrailer pinpointing the LED board. You were able to have a new board sent to me for replacement and everything worked well all summer after the replacement. The technical guidance you provided on how to open and access the case was first rate, but in this case, I needed to buy a longer screwdriver for the deeply recessed screws.
Craig - 03/22/2019


well I have taken numerous camping trips with this jack and so far I am very pleased. one note is that if you don't have a dedicated ground wire you will need to make one on the camper or the jack will not operate. I figured that out right off the bat. It does move fairly slow, but hey I guess you don't want it moving too fast or you could over shoot your limits that can make the jack blow the 30 amp fuse. Yes I would highly recommend this jack. I have noticed that this jack is installed on a lot of brand new campers at the factory, so it must be a good jack. Highly recommend!!!

Very well! After numerous camping trips the jack has performed flawlessly!
Terry - 05/08/2019


Happy with etrailer transaction as always. Disappointed with Lippert jacks as they do not hold up very well, but very aware that does not reflect on etrailer! Thanks for the service!

This does have a 1-year warranty. Please call Lippert for more details: 574-537-8900
-- Etrailer Expert Sierra K - 09/22/2021


Absolutely great buy, one tiny thing would add significantly though, if you would include a $.10 wire connector it would make your package complete!


The jack was a direct replacement of what was on the travel trail and it fit perfect and operates just fine


It does what it needs to. Seems a bit slower than the original. After a year (and several months between use) the switch did act up but after several flips back and forth it did engage and work normally.


Perfect replacement for disontiued model that wore out.


Perfect fit . Works like a charm . Prompt service!


Great jack, works every time flawless. Very easy to install with simple hand tools.


It arrived quickly but, I won't be installing it for a while due to the 3 ft of snow

Installation was a breeze, works great, a real time saver
Denis G - 01/26/2022


Replaced a Lippert jack that came with our RV after it died. Install was simple as this Jack gad the same footprint and wiring. Hardest part was using jack stands while I was doing the swap. This jack has been flawless since the install a year ago.

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