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Stallion Stabilizer Jacks Review

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Review of the Stallion Stabilizer Jacks


Today, we're gonna be taking a look at the Stallion Stabilizer Jacks. So this is gonna be a light duty Jack to just stabilize your trailer. So, we have living quarters on the inside of this. And we'll get in there, we're kind of shifting around. If we don't have it hooked up to a ball on our vehicle, that front end is gonna wanna kind of tip up. So these, it's gonna give us a nice little bit of stabilization to where, if it does start to kind of come back a little bit, it's not gonna tip over and it's gonna be great for even some of your lighter utility trailers.

Some of them that have the big back gate that you're loading a bunch of stuff in. And it's not hooked up to a coupler or something like that, maybe you just want to make it a little bit easier on your vehicle suspension, so it's not just lifting it and putting it back down when you're driving stuff up, it's gonna be great for that. It's gonna have a lift capacity of about 650 pounds. It's gonna have a capacity of about 1,000 pounds. When it comes to the size, we're gonna have a 7" drop leg here, and it's gonna go all the way from 15 1/4" all the way to 22 1/4".

And the way you do that, just this little lever here, it's gonna go up, it's gonna go down, and there is a little bit of play. So there is a tool that is included. It looks like this. It's just a glorified rod. All you gotta do, is you can kind of push this in there.

Once you get it in there, you can kind of push down on it, like this. Sometimes you can get an extra click, sometimes you can't. So in this case we can't, but if you have softer ground or something like that, you'll definitely be able to kind of jam this down in there so it's nice and stable, so there's no play. And there really isn't a whole lot of play here. You can also take it and kind of go and push down on this little lever, which is gonna release it.

But sometimes it does get a little bound up, and you can't really get it in a hole, but when you can, this is gonna give you a little more leverage to go up like this. So once it's loose, press it down, it goes up, and it isn't just gonna stay like this. If it's spring loaded, you can go like this, and put it all the way up towards the underneath of the trailer. So we are gonna have to figure out where we're gonna put this. So, right now we just have it on the bottom of the chassis of our trailer. So if you're wondering how much it's gonna really stick down There's gonna be two different measurements. So, from the point where we bolted down to, to the first little pivoting bracket, it's gonna be about 3 3/8", but it's actually a little bit deeper on this side, It's gonna be about 4 3/8", just because it's the foot plates a little bit bigger, and it is gonna be made of steel, powder-coated finish. So as you can see, we do get a little bit of mud and stuff like that. And it's not really gonna rust away over time, which is nice. But whenever you are figuring out where to bolt this thing up, just know you are gonna have to, most likely drill some holes and supply your own hardware. "Cause this doesn't come with any hardware to get it installed. And once you figure out where you're gonna put them, the mounting holes are gonna be about 3" from center to center. On our trailer, this is a off-road overlanding machine. So if you look over there, those big old beefy tires with the axle, this suspension by Timberland. We're gonna have extremely, we're gonna have a lot of distance from our ground to the bottom of our chassis. So we wanted to get a larger stabilizer jack. So what I did, is I kind of just measured for where we're gonna mount them. It's about 20". And the one that we went with is gonna go from a retracted length of about 15 1/4", all the way to 22 1/4" We have about 20" here. So we have a decent amount of variants. So we can either go down a little bit more than what this sits off the ground, or we can go up. A lot of the times, we don't know where we're gonna be parking this thing, and almost every single situation that we're in, it's not a level ground. So we wanted to have a little bit of play there. If you're one of those guys that doesn't go out in the middle of the boonies and just hooks up wherever. It's gonna be best for you just to grab something that's gonna be a little bit smaller. Typically, you're not gonna have larger tires, so it's not gonna be as tall off the ground. And you're probably gonna be on some level surfaces. So, on our website, we have a lot of different sizes. So just kind of pair it up with what your trailer is, and what you plan on doing with it, and where. We have a lot of different stabilizers on our websites. I like these the best because they are the quickest. They're a lot quicker than the scissor jacks, and the scissor jacks are gonna have to have a tool. With this, all you really need is your hand. And if you do need a little more leverage they give you a tool, but it's not a necessary, which I like, 'cause typically I just use it with my hands. So it's a lot quicker to get it up and ready to go, compared to the scissor jacks. But every single jack has their own little unique feature. And I think this is definitely one that is the quickest, the easiest, and just gets the job done. And that'll do it for a look at the Stallion Stabilizer Jacks..


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