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Old 03-26-2019, 06:25 PM   #1
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Electric Tongue Jack

I recently purchased an Aspen Trail 2910BHS and it has a manual tongue jack. What electric jack would you replace it with?
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I recently purchased an Aspen Trail 2910BHS and it has a manual tongue jack. What electric jack would you replace it with?

I bought this one on AMAZON last year. I like it and you can use the cable immediately by plugging it into your tow vehicle. No wiring required. But it is out of stock at moment.


Big Horn 3500 LBS Electric Trailer Tongue Jack - Sealed All-Weather Housing - Pre-Wired 7 Pin Connector

Here is manufacturer web site:

http://www.bighorn.eu/TTJ


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Try looking at the Barker. Mine worked real well for several seasons. I think it is still working good for its new owner.
https://www.barkermfg.com/power-jacks.html
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I used a Barker on my last TT, still going strong for the current owner.

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Buy one that has a remote. You can stand at a doorway watching a level inside on the floor, and be spot on with just a couple clicks of the remote button.
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Buy one that has a remote. You can stand at a doorway watching a level inside on the floor, and be spot on with just a couple clicks of the remote button.
That's just plain lazy
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Buy one that has a remote. You can stand at a doorway watching a level inside on the floor, and be spot on with just a couple clicks of the remote button.
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That's just plain lazy
What? I have a 2017 Denali. All I need to do is pull the truck out from under the tongue, reach into the front compartment and push power and then auto level. At the end of the outing push power, select retract and when all is done the tongue is back at the same height when I unhooked.
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What? I have a 2017 Denali. All I need to do is pull the truck out from under the tongue, reach into the front compartment and push power and then auto level. At the end of the outing push power, select retract and when all is done the tongue is back at the same height when I unhooked.
You are very fortunate!
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