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Old 02-08-2012, 01:45 PM   #21
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The tongue jack I'm referring to weighs less than 15#. They are specified by weight rating. There is a flat plate that would mount to the vertical part of the bumper. The jack rotates and has a spring loaded pin that locks it in the vertical position. Go to the Northern Tool web site. Look for part # 148824. Since the wheel is not necessary you could remove it if you are concerned about the weight. According to the data. The shipping weight is 15#.
Ohhhhh sorry. I thought you meant a powered A-frame jack. I just reread your post and you were actually pretty clear. I read what I thought, not what you wrote.

Yes, I agree. A tongue jack is very lightweight. I've actually bought many over the years for Hobie Cat trailers. I've also thrown out many rusty ones.
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