Heavy Duty Tray Back Camper Jack Stand
The heavy-duty camper jack stand is our most popular camper Jack Stand and suits a 1.4 – 1.5-meter lift.
Top camper manufacturers use high-quality Al-ko or Manutec equipment as their preferred camper legs, so should you.
Mounting brackets are pre-installed on Al-ko camper legs.
- Tube Profile – 57.5mm Round
- Mount filled – Yes
- Capacity 1,300kg
- Stroke Length – 380mm
- Open Length – 1440mm
- Closed Length – 1060mm
- Finish – Zinc Plated
- Weight 9.1kg
- Distance from Handle end to the body – 167mm
- Foot Width 118mm (Square)
- Outer Tube 60mm x 60mm x 4mm
- Inner Tube 50mm x 50mm x 4mm
- Closed Length – 1150mm
- Open Length – 1400mm
- Lift 378mm approximately
- Weight 12.2kg
- Static Load Capacity 1000kg
- Removable handle
Tray back camper stands fit the camper via steel box section welded to the outside of the bracket. Insert the box steel into the camper body or RV trailer at 4 points then the camper is slowly lifted.
Drop legs and stands are supplied with a hex handle. An electric drill with a hex head is a time-saving device that effectively and efficiently lowers the legs quickly.
Note: Prices quoted are for one stand.
It is quite reasonable for customers to buy four pcs to lift off their ute tray for their camper.
Tray back manual jacks suit Australian outback conditions, quick and easy to install, slide on the camper and lift. It can also be custom made to suit other cab campers.
Below is a camper example of a tray back leg installation.
Other lightweight applications for this heavy-duty product are
- Flat tray utes
- Dual cab utes
- Aluminium Ute campers
- Single cab tray
- Camper trailer
- Independent suspension trailers
- Water Tanks
- Tool Boxes
- Canopy Lift
- Fridge Slides
- Cold Room
- Truck campers
Buyers demand we carry a good stock of this fast-selling, quality product.
Customers usually purchase four trailer jacks at a time to complete their installation.
- The AS-MT is a simple device of one round tube inside another.
- The AS-HDSB1 is a swivel jack stand holder. Pin locking swivel bracket for Heavy Duty Stands.
Never lift the tray body on uneven ground. If you need to raise on the tray, dig flat surfaces to ensure a solid footing for your stand.
These jacks will lift your camper body. There are no worries about that that have been doing the same thing every year for thousands of customers.
Manutec are Popular Jacks
The Manutec brand is the standard heavy-duty jack stand of popular choice. Why? Quality construction and quality gears.
You can find the Manutec camper jack on the Manutec website.
We have seen many camper legs stand come and go, some electric jacks but none with the consistency of the Manutec camper Jack.
Check out the caravan forums, check out the camper forums, check out all the various manufacturers. Well, we have checked them out and checked out all the overseas manufacturers and checked out all of the heavy-duty camper jack stand worldwide and found Manutec to have the best Camper Jack stand on the market.
Tray Back Storage Space
An excellent space for storage of your four jacks is between the chassis rails under the tray body.
Great jack if you need plenty of height. The most popular camper stand is used to lift campers. Made by Manutec.
Commonly used to jack up your camper body off your tray back ute. Once jacked up and your camper is secured, drive away and leave your camper in the caravan park while you go to town.
Finally, trail a mate provides a hydraulic version of lift legs; however, it requires extensive modification before use.
Review other lower-priced jack legs here
Couplemate Trailer Parts sells only the best quality Tray Back Camper Jack Stand and caravan spare parts throughout Australia.
Customers are welcome to either pickup or take advantage of our low freight rates. Express shipping to Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Darwin, and Hobart.
We also ship products to New Zealand via Australia Post Air Express.
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