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FULTON
F2 Dual-Wheel Trailer Jack

$149.99

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Model # 9384827 | Mfg # 1413020134

Winner of the 2007 NMMA (National Marine Manufacturers Association) award for innovation, this is the jack by which others are judged

Extremely robust construction features extruded aluminum alloy inner and outer tubes combined with twin alignment bushings that ensure a precision fit. The anodized finish keeps the tubes virtually corrosion free. Engineered to be the strongest in the industry, the mount/swivel system allows adjustment to any desired height. An ergonomic pull pin makes it easy to swivel up for lifting or transport. Twin-track 7" diameter wheels roll independently, making direction changes smooth and effortless.

  • Lift capacity is 1,600 pounds
  • Provides 23-1/2" of lift and 10" of travel
  • Includes hardware for bolting to a 3" x 3" or 3" x 4" tongue
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • Mount/swivel system allows adjustment to any desired height
  • Twin-track 7" diameter wheels roll independently, making direction changes smooth and effortless

F2 Dual-Wheel Trailer Jack

Capacity 1500 to 2000 Pounds
Features Double Swivel Wheel
Finish Anodized Aluminum
Type Trailer Jacks
Wheel Size 7 Inches

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Fulton F2 Dual-Wheel Trailer Jack
 
2.6

(based on 26 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (7)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (12)

48%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Better than standard equipment (13)
  • Durable, corrosion resistant (7)
  • Reduces maintenance (6)
  • Safe and secure (6)
  • Boat loads easier now (5)

Cons

  • Not worth the money (13)
  • Not rugged enough (11)
  • Rust, corrosion (6)

Best Uses

No Best Uses
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Experienced trailerboater (23), Saltwater angler (14), Family boater (10), Freshwater angler (5), Wakeboarder (4)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Purchased but Had to Return

Looked nice and looked very easy to install, but I had to return it because it did not fit my trailer. The trailer tongue chassis is 5" thick and the supplied mount...Read complete review

Looked nice and looked very easy to install, but I had to return it because it did not fit my trailer. The trailer tongue chassis is 5" thick and the supplied mount could not accommodate the same.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Great Design, Poor Manufacturing

I purchased the F2 Dual-Wheel Trailer Jack from West Marine here in Crystal River, Florida. The purchase was early last year, I believe around April 2011. I purchased the jack to replace the...Read complete review

I purchased the F2 Dual-Wheel Trailer Jack from West Marine here in Crystal River, Florida. The purchase was early last year, I believe around April 2011. I purchased the jack to replace the one that came with my trailer. Everything that was stated in the description about what your product had to offer told me that this is the trailer jack for me. Today the jack imploded on itself. It jammed at the lowest setting and would not bring the trailer up. My son and I had to take it apart to see what the problem was. First of all the was NO LUBRICATION ON THE WORM SCREW. Needless to say, it was covered in brown dust (corrosion). The jack had jammed at it lowest setting because the race that held the ball-bearings in place had totally corroded away... the ball-bearings fell down the internal housing of the jack and bound the lifting mechanism from moving. I believe the damage was caused by zero lubrication in the internal workings of the device. Unfortunately, I am disabled, so this is quite a burden for me to hook my boat trailer to my tow vehicle with a broken trailer jack.

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5.0

Love My Fulton Trailer Jack

By Connie B

from Washington, DC

About Me Experienced trailerboater, Family boater, Freshwater angler, Saltwater angler

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Better than standard equipment
  • Boat loads easier now
  • Durable, corrosion resistant
  • Reduces maintenance
  • Safe and secure

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Just for storage

    Comments about Fulton F2 Dual-Wheel Trailer Jack:

    Best jack ever!

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    1.0

    Broken gears

    By Rtp

    from Commack

    Pros

      Cons

      • Not rugged enough
      • Not worth the money

      Best Uses

        Comments about Fulton F2 Dual-Wheel Trailer Jack:

        Broke after one season! Tried to raise boat today and gears broke to pieces

        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        1.0

        Poor quality

        By Jpbass

        from New youk

        About Me Experienced trailerboater, Freshwater angler, Saltwater angler

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

          Cons

          • Not rugged enough
          • Not worth the money
          • Rust, corrosion

          Best Uses

            Comments about Fulton F2 Dual-Wheel Trailer Jack:

            I replaced this product with the same product only because it fit the existing bolt pattern. The old one rusted out quickly. Poorly designed and does not last....way over priced.

            (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

             
            1.0

            DON'T BUY, THIS JACK HAS LIFE ISSUES

            By T.E.D

            from Miami, FL

            About Me Experienced trailerboater, Family boater, Saltwater angler

            Pros

            • Durability

            Cons

            • Durability
            • Not worth the money
            • Rust, corrosion

            Best Uses

            • Ramp launching

            Comments about Fulton F2 Dual-Wheel Trailer Jack:

            I don't usually blast a product but this jack is JUNK for durability. I've had 2 of them now and both of them have completely frozen up on me within a year and a half. They don't see saltwater on them in case your wondering but they do get hosed off when I wash my boat down. Being a Mechanical Engineer I don't see why you can't get some good engineering built into a premium priced jack to provide trouble free movement on the lock pin, the wheel rotator, and the bearing that rotates the jack out of the way. ALL 3 have frozen up solid on me. If you want to spend $180 every 18 months on a trailer jack, feel free to buy this one. Otherwise buy the $25 jack which seems to last 3 years under the same conditions.

             
            4.0

            Easy to Move Trailer by Hand

            By Tre

            from Honolulu, Hi

            About Me Experienced trailerboater, Family boater, Saltwater angler, Wakeboarder

            Comments about Fulton F2 Dual-Wheel Trailer Jack:

            If you want a trailer jack that makes it easy to move your trailer by hand this is the jack for you. After reading all the reviews I was hesitant about getting this jack especially with the cost, but the dual wheels makes it very easy to change directions while moving the trailer by hand. With a normal trailer jack, I would have to kick the wheel to get it to change directions in tight spaces like our boat yard. This jack will allow the trailer to change direction quickly by just pulling the trailer in that direction.

            After reading the many negative reviews, I did open the gear box to see if it had grease. There was a little grease applied to the gears, but I add a lot more just to be safe. So not sure how long it will last, but it makes moving the trailer a lot easier. One improvement would be the foot brake. It will not prevent the trailer from moving on even small inclines.

            (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

             
            3.0

            Disappointed, but warranty worth it.

            By Gulfshot

            from Brooksville, FL

            About Me Experienced trailerboater, Saltwater angler

            Verified Reviewer

            Pros

            • Better than standard equipment

            Cons

            • Not rugged enough
            • Rust, corrosion

            Best Uses

              Comments about Fulton F2 Dual-Wheel Trailer Jack:

              I purchased this jack from the West Marine store in Tarpon Springs, FL, and do 90% of my boating in the Gulf of Mexico. I trailer my 21' Sea Cat several times a month to the ramp, and was going through a jack a year due to rust and corrosion. I purchased this F2 jack in hopes that corrosion would no longer be an issue. 18 mos later, the pull handle for the swivel broke. 6 months after that, the jack locked up.

              Now in the manufacturer's defense, they did replace the handle no charge. And they are in the process of sending me a new jack as well, no charge.

              This jack did outlast other models twice as long, and with the lifetime warranty, I can continue to have it replaced free of charge.

              (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

               
              2.0

              Need different wheel design

              By carcrz

              from Kansas City, MO

              About Me Experienced trailerboater, Family boater, Freshwater angler, Wakeboarder

              Verified Reviewer

              Pros

                Cons

                • Not rugged enough
                • Not worth the money

                Best Uses

                  Comments about Fulton F2 Dual-Wheel Trailer Jack:

                  I've went through 2 different wheels on this jack. I'm going to a flat foot now since the wheels keep breaking. Poorly designed wheels.

                  (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  1.0

                  Junk

                  By Dino

                  from Cleveland, OH

                  About Me Experienced trailerboater, Freshwater angler

                  Pros

                    Cons

                    • Not worth the money

                    Best Uses

                      Comments about Fulton F2 Dual-Wheel Trailer Jack:

                      I purchased this product a year ago and was not impressed with its operation, it required much effort to jack the boat, then the crank dropped off somewhere on the road. This jack may look nice, but it's a waste of money.

                      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                       
                      5.0

                      Best jack I have ever had

                      By Laki

                      from Honokaa, HI

                      About Me Experienced trailerboater

                      Verified Buyer

                      Pros

                      • Better than standard equipment
                      • Boat loads easier now
                      • Durable, corrosion resistant
                      • Reduces maintenance

                      Cons

                        Best Uses

                          Comments about Fulton F2 Dual-Wheel Trailer Jack:

                          Incredibly easy to raise and lower on both my boats. Very smooth and maintenance free. I would recomend it to anyone who trailers a boat.

                          (12 of 12 customers found this review helpful)

                           
                          1.0

                          Great Design, Poor Manufacturing

                          By Captain Timmy

                          from Citrus Springs, Florida

                          About Me Experienced trailerboater, Family boater, Freshwater angler, Retired Aircraft Mechanic, Saltwater angler

                          Verified Reviewer

                          Pros

                          • None After 2 Seasons

                          Cons

                          • Not rugged enough
                          • Not worth the money
                          • Rust, corrosion
                          • Worm Gear Has No Lube

                          Best Uses

                            Comments about Fulton F2 Dual-Wheel Trailer Jack:

                            I purchased the F2 Dual-Wheel Trailer Jack from West Marine here in Crystal River, Florida. The purchase was early last year, I believe around April 2011. I purchased the jack to replace the one that came with my trailer. Everything that was stated in the description about what your product had to offer told me that this is the trailer jack for me. Today the jack imploded on itself. It jammed at the lowest setting and would not bring the trailer up. My son and I had to take it apart to see what the problem was. First of all the was NO LUBRICATION ON THE WORM SCREW. Needless to say, it was covered in brown dust (corrosion). The jack had jammed at it lowest setting because the race that held the ball-bearings in place had totally corroded away... the ball-bearings fell down the internal housing of the jack and bound the lifting mechanism from moving. I believe the damage was caused by zero lubrication in the internal workings of the device. Unfortunately, I am disabled, so this is quite a burden for me to hook my boat trailer to my tow vehicle with a broken trailer jack.

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