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Trail-A-Mate Review – Hydraulic Jack and Jockey Wheel

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6 years 11 months ago - 6 years 9 months ago #1320 by Garry
The Trail-A-Mate has to be a must have product for anyone who owns a Caravan, Camper trailer, Horse float, Tradies trailer, Boat trailer etc.,
its both a Hydraulic Jack, and Jockey wheel at the same time,
My full Video Review below.

Trail-A-Mate Specs:
  • Minimum Height: 145mm
  • Maximum Height: 780mm
  • Working Load limit: 1,000kg
Whats inside the box:
  • Hydraulic Jack
  • Pair of jacking brackets (I forgot to mention in my video that these need to be securely fitted to your Caravan, trailer, etc.)
  • Lifting Clamp
  • Flat base plate
  • Jockey wheel assembly
  • Locating pin
  • Extendable wheel brace (extends 200mm)
  • Thin walled double ended wheel socket (19mm and 21mm)
  • Promotional cap

  • My Trail-A-Mate was supplied for Review from
You should pop over and see the extensive range of camping products they have for sale.
Last edit: 6 years 9 months ago by Garry.

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