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Review of Lippert Camper Jacks - Weld On Manual Landing Gear Set With Handle - LC333966

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Lippert Camper Jacks - Weld On Manual Landing Gear Set With Handle - LC333966 Review


Hi everybody, Andy here with etrailer.com, and today, we're gonna take a look at this Lippert Weld-On Manual Landing Gear Set with handle. Now, this sturdy jack set is specially designed to help you raise, lower, level, and stabilize your trailer or RV, and this is gonna be ideal for 5th wheel trailers and RVs. The cross shaft allows for simple tandem operation, and the length is adjustable from 41 inches to 71 inches to match the width of your trailer, and the 5 inch long by 7 5/16 inch wide foot plates, they're gonna offer stability and will prevent sinking. Now, this is gonna provide a total lift of 37 inches with the travel length at 21 inches, and the drop legs providing an additional 16 inches of lift. Those drop legs will minimize jacking time and help to level the trailer on uneven ground. This set does include everything you need for a smooth installation, the mounting brackets weld onto your trailer, and the jacks bolt on into the brackets with the included hardware that you see here.

It is recommended to have a qualified welder weld the mounting brackets on for you. This manual crank handle is included, and the overall length of this handle is sitting right at around 29 11/16 inches long by about 10 3/16 inches wide. This is made in the USA of a heavy-gauge steel construction that's going to ensure durability and strength, and these durable black powder coating on these outer tubes is gonna provide excellent rust and corrosion resistance. The combined weight capacity is going to be 6,000 pounds, and it is important to note that that landing gear is designed to stabilize a portion of your trailer's weight, not to support the full gross vehicle weight rating of your trailer, so do not use the landing gear to lift your trailer or RV during tire changes or service work, because doing so will exceed the capacity of those landing legs. Well, that's gonna conclude our look today, I do hope that it was helpful for you.

Again, my name is Andy, thank you for joining me..


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