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Trailers are referred to as vehicles that are unpowered, and used to transport goods and materials. Nowadays, trailers come in different types depending on the usage, whether it be for recreational, travelling, or for mobile home purposes. With every trailer comes into play a trailer tongue jack, whose basic function is to raise or lift the trailer from underneath to a height allowable for it to be hitched or unhitched from the towing vehicle.
A trailer tongue jack ensures that the trailer is properly aligned and on the same level as the towing vehicle during usage or even during storage. It is also designed to bear a significant portion of the trailer’s weight, termed as the Tongue Weight. Other types of a trailer tongue jackare namely: A-Frame Tongue Jack, Drop-Leg Tongue Jack, and Swivel Tongue Jack. In the past, trailers are cranked and hooked manually, which make it difficult and unbearable. Nowadays, manufacturers have created an electronic trailer tongue jack, an upgrade of the manual one, designed to make the installation of a trailer to a towing vehicle easy and hassle-free. With the all-new electronic trailer tongue jack, physical exertion is not required and it helps tremendously in distributing the weight when leveling the trailer up and down.
An electronic trailer tongue jack is made from high quality materialswith a durable black, wrinkle-free powder coat finish. It also features a convenient push button control which effortlessly raises or lowers the trailer into position, ensuring total safety during and after the procedure. One safety precaution to remember before installation of the electronic trailer tongue jack is to always disconnect the battery terminals to avoid electric shock.