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Bulldog 3,500 Pound A-Frame RV Jack with Powered Drive

Bulldog 3,500 Pound A-Frame RV Jack with Powered Drive

Description

The Bulldog 3500 Pound A-Frame RV Jack with Powered Drive features industry-leading features and performance.

Features

  • Positions quickly with 22" of total travel
  • Integrated gearbox and motor
  • Deploys and hooks up easily at night with onboard LED courtesy light
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$297.34
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$206.88
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Details

Tough & Trusted Bulldog Jacks present a Powered Jack with all the capacity and features you want.

Features:

  • Positions quickly with 22" of total travel
  • 3500lb lift capacity
  • Integrated gearbox and motor
  • Drop leg
  • Deploys and hooks up easily at night with onboard LED courtesy light, angled to illuminate coupler
  • Works in case of power loss with emergency manual override capability, easily accessible from the top, crank included
  • Lasts for years with industry-leading BULLDOG performance, known worldwide for unmatched strength, durability, and side load capacity
  • Limited 5-year warranty


Measurements:

  • Lift Capacity(lbs): 3,500
  • Travel: 14"
  • Retracted: 9.75"
  • Extended: 31.50"
  • Clearance: 20.50"
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Bulldog 3,500 Pound A-Frame RV Jack with Powered Drive 500187 3500 pound a-frame RV jack with powered drive, black
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Bulldog 3,500 Pound A-Frame RV Jack with Powered Drive 500188 3500 pound a-frame RV jack with powered drive, white
$206.88
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