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Trailer Jack Wheel Replacement Complete

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Today I replaced this ~ The old stand by - which is only marginally effective at best

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With this ~

ABT Lure Trailer Jack Skate

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Needed a couple of 3/4" wrenches & about 90 seconds - tops.

 

My boat goes into the garage about 1/2 way with the truck and then the last bit of fitment is done by A-Jay power.

This is totally the way to go.  Designed to make tight space maneuverability much easier and it definitely does. 

Could also help eliminating hook up frustration because if I wanted or needed to, now I can easily bring the boat to the truck.  

 

  It's a Heavy Duty 11 inch Triangular Jack Skate System made of 6061 Grade Aluminum with a 525 lb weight capacity.

 Sports Heavy Duty Urethane Wheels w/ swivel casters, zinc coated bearings & a locking brake. 

Highly Recommended.

:smiley:

A-Jay

 

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How much does that sweet sauce set you back?

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That's one of those "duh why didn't I think of that" moments. Great idea! 

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39 minutes ago, VolFan said:

How much does that sweet sauce set you back?

 

With the TW 4th of July sale, a little less than two 200 yd spools of 20lb Tatsu.

And my potential but now seemingly avoided hernia thanks me.

:smiley:

A-Jay

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8 minutes ago, OperationEagle said:

AJ that's interesting...how does it store when the boat is being trailered?

 

Pull the cotter pin and put it in the "Truck Box". 

A-Jay

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