Need new tongue jack for our 1970 Aristocrat LoLiner and of course they don't make the original so you make do with what they have. The problem being the new jack is to long and hits the ground pulling into driveways. Does anybody know it they make shorter ones. Side jack would be great but no room with the toolbox and propane tanks - see my pic keeping it together. It's great seeing this warmer weather and hope everybody is thinking about camping. Thanks - DB

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Comment by Al Schmucker on May 18, 2010 at 11:29am
Hi my name is Al.
There is a company in Elkhart Indiana that makes many trailer jacks for the current RV market.
There name is NORCO Industries they are located on county road 6 in Elkhart. They make many kinds of screw jacks. One is a swing away that when unpinned swings up away from the ground. It may be of some use to you. The brand name for these jacks is B.A.L. Here is their contact information.
2600 Jeanwood Drive
Elkhart, IN 46514
Phone: 574-262-3400
Fax: 574-264-2366
Comment by VK on April 26, 2010 at 11:24am
We replaced ours on the 66 Loliner with a top wind. It didn't drag the ground but we had to grind the hole out for the shaft. The top wind was better because the old handle was about an inch from Vic's sport truck-fiberglass tail gate...

Check the level on your Loliner; you may be able to raise the stinger/ball a couple of inches so that the shaft will clear. Also, there were "skids" in the trunk for ours-they seemed to have been bolted on the frame at the rear to keep from dragging.

One thing about Loliners: they have very little tire clearance. Blow outs have been reported which are usually caused by the inside of the tire rubbing on the front spring bracket. There was a groove in our tire from just that. Triple check your tires and use original rims. VK



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