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Old 01-07-2024, 08:03 PM   #1
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Default What brand/model of Stabilizer Jack for a TM 2023?

Hello all,
I need to buy a new stabilizer jack to replace a bent one. Just want to match the other 3 on my unit. There's no markings on the other 3 so can't tell that way. I see that Bill mentioned the Liftco Inc, model 945000 jack back in 2016. I can't seem to find that exact model on Amazon.
Does anyone know the exact brand and model number I would purchase for my 2023 Trailmanor? I realize that for a part like this there may not have been any changes for several years but I mention the year just in case changes did occur.
Thanks in advance ...
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Old 01-08-2024, 09:51 AM   #2
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If you have a come-along, you can probably straighten the bent jack. Cheaper than a new jack, and handy to have on hand for a lot for other things.

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If you have a come-along, you can probably straighten the bent jack. Cheaper than a new jack, and handy to have on hand for a lot for other things.

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Thanks Bill. Tried to straighten it but probably not worth it since the screw is a bit bent also.
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Old 01-08-2024, 04:19 PM   #4
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Have you checked with the factory? They should be able to give ya which brand they use/used and a price if you want to go thru them. Your not bound to buy, but knowing their price with shipping will let you decide where you want to buy it from. I replaced my old one with the BAL from Amazon. I discovered that I did NOT have to pull the frame mount, I just took the top bolts off, slipped the new jack links on to that mount. Way easier, since the new jack mount holes did not align with the BAL jack. Other than the frame mount, the big thing is drive screw attachment. Does it use a socket or a J-hook to bring it up or down?


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Tried to straighten it but probably not worth it since the screw is a bit bent also.
Gotcha. Here is the Liftco jack tag on my 2020 TM.

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The jacks really aren't expensive. I replaced all 4 on my trailer just because they were getting rusty.

The ones that come on the TM have a hard to use driver arrangement and are rated @ 3500# each. These new ones use a standard 3/4" socket (included) that I put in my drill motor. Makes lowering and raising the jacks a breeze. The new ones are rated @ 6500# each.

These jacks fit in my original screw holes too.

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Thanks Bill, Kidkraz and Wavery. Should have already had that Parts / Service number but I didn't so thanks for providing it! I'm on my way to fixing this one! There's more to go of course. But it beats working..
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