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Bulldog Jack Retaining Ring

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The Bulldog Jack Retaining Ring is a reliable replacement part that will keep you on task.

  • 800-5,000 lb. capacity
  • Topwind design
  • 5 year limited warranty

Specification Description
Product Type: Trailer Jack Parts & Accessories
Brand: Bulldog
Material: Metal
Package Height: 5-7/8 in.
Package Length: 2-7/8 in.
Package Quantity: 1
Package Weight: 0.92 lb.
Package Width: 0-1/4 in.
Product Length: 2-1/8 in.
Product Width: 0-1/8 in.
Type: Jack Retaining Ring
Warranty: 5-Year Limited
Product Height: 0-1/8 in.
Manufacturer Part Number 50024120
Bulldog Jack Retaining Ring is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This fits Fulton swivel Jack Perfect fit for my Fulton swivel jack. I raised the tongue of mu utility trailer with a floor jack and folded the swivel jack parallel to the trailer tongue. I had to borrow a ring spreader from neighbor but it was too small, so I used a 3 and a 4 inch C clamp to hold one end of the ring almost flat at the top(don't tighten the C clamp all the way bcoz the ring needs a little give), used a hammer and big flathead screwdriver to push the ring(a third of the way from my first C clamp) on the post, then used the other C clamp to tighten that section of the ring down, again not all the way tight, then proceeded with screwdriver and hammering, moved the 2nd C clamp over to that part of the ring and tightened, then finished with the screwdriver and hammer and it works perfectly. If you don't have a ring spreader, this is the easiest way I've come up with to install it. Hope this helps others out there.
Date published: 2017-07-20
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