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Old     (baitkiller)      Join Date: Jan 2010       07-23-2012, 12:57 PM Reply   
>>> that decide all trailer jacks must be fitted on the passenger side of the frame? What a maroon And why do all the builder follow along? Low boys, flat beds, boat trailers, car haulers.. you name it. I do almost everything alone and running around the darn trailer is a huge hassle.

I have now moved the jacks on all three of my trailers to the drivers side with no adverse effects. I didn't get a rash or jumbies or anything.

No longer will I do laps around the trailer or smash my shins on the frame. sheesh.

 
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