How Is Domar Stabilizer Jack Mounted On trailer
Im looking at the Domar stabilizers to add to my carmate trailer. I looked through the faqs and q/as and do not see detail on if I would have to drill through the tube frame and through the floor of the trailer? I.e. the frame is tube so I could not put nut on unless I drilled through top and bottom of the trailer frame and the trailer floor? thank you.
asked by: George H
The Domar Stabilizer Jack, part # TJ01RT, attaches to trailer frames, or trailer floors, or the tongue. The mounting bracket, is a bolt-on or weld-on application. It has two mounting holes witha distance of 3 inches center to center of the holes. The retracted height would be 11-1/2 inches and with this leg fully extended out as far as it would go, would be 18 inches. The mounting hardware is not included.
I have attached a product review video for this jack and have also attached a link to an installation video that show this jack being installed in an enclosed trailer you can check out.
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