Originally Posted by wasagachris
Thanks for the link. It's like others I've looked at. It's short of details like measurements. I think Bulldog makes the jack I need.
I'll keep the electric jack for the next owner. It works good I just don't like it. I have two other tandem trailers that both use hand crank jacks. I like those both. I can crank and go, no battery, no cord, no 120 volt. I like that better. Those other two are top cranks because they don't have the propane tank clearance issue. I don't want a top crank because, A: I want to keep my tall tanks, and, B: I may buy a tank cover at some point (making crank clearance more of an issue).
I'll use a battery in the trailer to tow to power the break-away switch.
I can probably re-plow some ground and find a proper jack on my own. I have good luck with the forum posters saving me time. I know I'm part pragmatic and part lazy:-)