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    Had to cut off the old crank jack and weld on mounting brackets for a electric/hydraulic jack on a gooseneck horse trailer. Also had to make a battery tray for the deep cycle battery. Guy said his workers keep complaining about having to crank the jack. He bought the new one slightly used. I just did the mounting, somebody else is hooking up the wiring. Hope it works as the battery that was there was dead so I couldn't cycle it up and down.

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    Last edited by MMW; 09-02-2019, 06:46 PM.
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    Sell him on a set of stiff legs to go along with the hydro jack so the trailer ain't sitting on tires when it's not rolling. He'll thank you when he realizes he has less flat tires and no leakdown on the jack with a dead battery too.

    Lard I hate horsie trailers.

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