I am sure someone else has already done one of these threads but thought I would share my install anyways. I have already done just about every boat mod I can think of so this year it was the trailers turn. The cheep Fulton jack and winch were just not cutting it.
Start by supporting the tongue with a jack stand.With the weight removed from the jack use a 3/4" wrench to remove the center mounting bolt.Once removed the old jack comes right off.The stud that mounted the old jack has to be cut flush with the trailer mount so an adapter plate can be installed.I used a grinder with a cutting wheel but a hack saw will work as well. I bought my adapter plate from http://www.liquidcut.com/tools.aspx
great product that made the install a breeze.Once you have cut the stud everything else is a simple bolt up just make sure to use a little lock tight when mounting the jack to the adapter plate.And make sure that the new jack is adjusted on the back side to give you enough travel to hitch and un hitch your boat.
Once installed I noticed that there was some play in the jack mount which rattled so back off it came.I separated the mount from the jack used some engine bearing shim material to make a shim which eliminated a lot of the slop in the jack then re installed. Next came the new F2 winch.I removed the old winch which was a two bolt attachment. The new winch has three anchor points so a couple new holes have to be drilled.Once drilled simple bolt on the new winch wind in the new strap and your done.
I know it sounds like lots of work but the whole job took about two and a half hours and was fairly straight foreword.I am happy with how it turned out and think it updates the look of the trailer