Electric Gooseneck Trailer Jack Converter for 2 Speed Jack - 2SPDMTR
Model 2SPDMTR - Electric gooseneck trailer jack adapter for a two speed jack landing gear. Electrify your manual gooseneck trailer jack landing gear.
Never crank that trailer jack again. Convert your manual gooseneck trailer jack landing gear to electric.
The Magnum 2SPDMTR electric gooseneck trailer Jack converter is an easy upgrade, designed to convert your TWO SPEED manual gooseneck trailer jack landing gear into a power jack.
It comes standard with a manual crank backup shaft with a 5/16 inch hex head in case of battery failure. This is a Heavy Duty, Time proven, eletric converter.
This electric conversion will work with single or dual landing gear jack (one converter will raise a single jack or dual jacks), and can mount on either side of the jack leg in a dual leg application.
This electric converter fits the most common Gooseneck Trailer Jack landing gears such as Bulldog, Holland, Binkley, and Ram, but not limited to these brands. See drawing with dimensions for model 2SPDMTR converter with bracket attached.
The converter comes with everything needed for installation. The motor/gearbox, mounting brackets, control box (switch), wiring harness, and installation instructions. The converter installs with basic hand tools.
This converter has a 2 Year factory warranty. Made in the USA, Ellington, Missouri by Magnum Lift Systems.
The 2SPDMTR for a 2 speed gooseneck trailer jack converter will not work on a single speed jack.
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Comes complete with bracket, wiring, & Switch Box.
Normally mounts to one of the trailer jack legs closest to the jack handle. The electric converter mounts over the end of your trailer shaft, you drill a hole through the shaft to allow the electric converter to turn the shaft. Then mount the bracket to your jack tube to keep the motor from turning. Mount your electric switch box, connect the wiring to your battery. The converter requires a battery the size of a car battery or larger, because it requires a lot of amps to lift your trailer. You can also mount to the imput shaft and the bracket at any point such as inside a box or outside a box, or other areas that may have restrictions.