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Old 01-18-2016, 08:06 PM   #1
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Original tongue jack help

Hello,
I am into a 1995 M1003 pop up rehab and would like to find an original or direct replacement for the original trailer jack.
All I know is the round hole and the adjusting/operation clamp for the shaft of the jack.

Any help, suggestions, recommendations, opinions will be appreciated and weighed.

Thank you,
-Miller

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Old 01-18-2016, 11:41 PM   #2
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Hello,
I am into a 1995 M1003 pop up rehab and would like to find an original or direct replacement for the original trailer jack.
All I know is the round hole and the adjusting/operation clamp for the shaft of the jack.

Any help, suggestions, recommendations, opinions will be appreciated and weighed.

Thank you,
-Miller

"Man's got to know his limitations." D.Harry
Welcome!

Miss my popups, but sometimes ya gotta do what ya gotta do.

I would go to etrailer.com and look under the manual crank up jacks that will fit the bolt pattern you have. With one that old I have no clue what the OEM jack was. As long as you get one that works you are good to go.

Got pictures? How is your canvas? Best place for replacement canvas is Bear Creek Canvas. I have bought quite a bit from them over the years, great folks to deal with.

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Welcome!

Miss my popups, but sometimes ya gotta do what ya gotta do.

I would go to etrailer.com and look under the manual crank up jacks that will fit the bolt pattern you have. With one that old I have no clue what the OEM jack was. As long as you get one that works you are good to go.

Got pictures? How is your canvas? Best place for replacement canvas is Bear Creek Canvas. I have bought quite a bit from them over the years, great folks to deal with.

Aaron
Thank you!!! I do have pictures but I am having trouble finding a place to upload my photos to and then figuring out how to put into these messages.
It may need to just become a utility trailer...its in rough shape after going thru it a little bit. Not much here that isn't water damaged with mold and or mice eaten or mice nested materials.
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Thank you!!! I do have pictures but I am having trouble finding a place to upload my photos to and then figuring out how to put into these messages.
It may need to just become a utility trailer...its in rough shape after going thru it a little bit. Not much here that isn't water damaged with mold and or mice eaten or mice nested materials.
I host my pictures on photobucket or flickr makes it fairly easy to use them on the forum.

Sometimes a unit is to far gone. When it costs more to repair than replace with a newer unit it may be time to cut the losses. Unless it is historically significant that is quite often the best course of action.

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