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A trailer is generally an unpowered vehicle pulled by a powered vehicle. Commonly, the term trailer refers to such vehicles used for transport of goods and materials. Sometimes recreational vehicles, travel trailers, or mobile homes with limited living facilities, where people can camp or stay have been referred to as trailers. In earlier days, many such vehicles were towable trailers. Jack is a mechanical or hydraulic device for exerting a large force, esp. to raise a heavy weight such as a motor vehicle or any of several mechanical devices that replace manpower.
A Frame Trailer Jack is a kind of mechanic device that assists and help vehicle owners and auto shop people to lift heavy large weights vehicles. A Frame Trailer Jack is super strong to stand up to daily commercial use, constructed from six and eight gauge steel, with a rustproof powder coat finish. A Frame Trailer Jack has bolt on or weld on mounting to safely secure a frame trailer jack from the vehicle to the trailer, for secured transportation of goods and materials throughout the trip. A Frame Trailer Jack has a height bracket of eight inches retracted that can be expanded up to twenty two inches. It has a heavy gauge floor palate for support on soft ground that would not damage the floor during transporting and storing. A Frame Trailer Jack has a maximum weight capacity up to two thousand pounds and has a detachable jack footplate or caster wheel.
Just a reminder for A Frame Trailer Jack owners, A Frame Trailer Jack should not exceed on its lift limit for it can break, damage and cause danger to the vehicle and to you.