Elkhart, Indiana-based Ultra-Fab Products’ Ultra 3502-7 electric tongue jack with a seven-way power plug is the newest addition to their line of electric tongue jacks.
The Ultra 3502-7 features more than 3,500 pounds of tongue lifting power using hardened steel gears making it one of the strongest tongue jacks on the market.
Designed for trailers with no on-board battery, the 7-way power plug draws power from the tow vehicle allowing these trailer owners to eliminate the drudgery of hand cranking. The Ultra 3502-7 has 18 inches of lift.
When RVers arrive at their destination at night, Ultra-Fab’s exclusive Site-Lites provides powerful illumination for an after dark set up.
Other features include:
- 3502-7 model fits 2-and 2.25-inch mounting holes
- 6-inch diameter standard footpad
- Emergency crank socket included
- Durable Acme threaded rod
- Water resistant motor and gear housing
- 25-amp circuit breaker
- Quiet operation
- 12-volt operation
- Manufacturer’s 2-year warranty
- Mfg. No. 38-944017
The Ultra 3502-7 electric tongue jack with a seven-way power plug is available at Camping World, RV dealerships and RV parts and accessories stores.
Ultra-Fab’s Ultra 3502-7 electric tongue jack with a seven-way power plug is available through Keystone Automotive, NTP, and StagParkway.
Ultra 3502-7 Electric Tongue Jack
As trailers become larger and heavier, plus with slide outs now the norm on most, you need a tough trailer tongue jack to match.
The Ultra 3502 features over 3,500 pounds of tongue lifting power using hardened steel gears and making it one of the strongest tongue jacks you can buy. Plus, it includes the exclusive Site-Lites™ night lights to provide powerful after dark illumination.
Ultra-Fab Products, Inc.
Ultra-Fab is a world class manufacturer of innovative top quality products committed to making your life easier and your leisure pursuits more enjoyable.
Address: 57985 SR 19 S, Elkhart, IN 46517
Phone: (574) 294-7571
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