Fulton F2 Dual-Wheel Trailer Jack

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Fulton F2 Dual-Wheel Trailer Jack -

Winner of the 2007 NMMA (National Marine Manufacturers Association) award for innovation, this is the jack by which others are judged

Extremely robust construction features extruded aluminum alloy inner and outer tubes combined with twin alignment bushings that ensure a precision fit. The anodized finish keeps the tubes virtually corrosion free. Engineered to be the strongest in the industry, the mount/swivel system allows adjustment to any desired height. An ergonomic pull pin makes it easy to swivel up for lifting or transport. Twin-track 7" diameter wheels roll independently, making direction changes smooth and effortless.

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Fulton F2 Dual-Wheel Trailer Jack Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Easy to Move Trailer by Hand

If you want a trailer jack that makes it easy to move your trailer by hand this is the jack for you. After reading all the reviews I was hesitant about getting this jack especially with the cost, but the dual wheels makes it very easy to change directions while moving the trailer by hand. With a normal trailer jack, I would have to kick the wheel to get it to change directions in tight spaces like our boat yard. This jack will allow the trailer to change direction quickly by just pulling the trailer in that direction.

After reading the many negative reviews, I did open the gear box to see if it had grease. There was a little grease applied to the gears, but I add a lot more just to be safe. So not sure how long it will last, but it makes moving the trailer a lot easier. One improvement would be the foot brake. It will not prevent the trailer from moving on even small inclines.
Tre at WestMarine.com on 01/01/2014

Outstanding trailer jack!

I struggled with maneuvering my 19' Monterey in the driveway and into my side garage for several months until I just could not take it any more!

I tried a cheaper, standard double wheel jack that was very hard to change it's direction... Terrible. After reading some reviews for the F2, I thought I would give it a try. I bit the bullet, spent the money and purchased one.

After an easy installation, I quickly realized that it was going to be the best boating product I will ever buy. My trailer now turns on a dime with ease. No more sticking, dragging or one direction moving any more! Thank you Fulton, you have just made my Trailering experience a whole lot better!
Wlsh Man at WestMarine.com on 02/02/2011

I'm glad my old jack ...

I'm glad my old jack wouldn't work anymore, because now I know how much easier it could have been. If you have to move your trailer around by hand, get this one. Before installation there is an adjustment on the sleeve to allow higher or lower jack travel, it also allows you to fine tune the pivot point of the jack when you have concerns about jack storage clearances on the trailer. The double wheels greatly ease movement although they may cause clearance issues when rotated to horizontal, I have to turn the wheels 90 degrees to stow correctly.
David at WestMarine.com on 11/11/2009

the best solution for a boat over 20'

I bought this for two primary reasons: A) I needed a trailer jack that was adjustable to permit me to crank the tongue height up after I unhitched so that my boat would stay at an angle permitting her to drain B) I wanted a strong product that was weather and salt damage resistant capable of heavy loads. The onlt caution I offer is in your choice of mounting. I advise keeping the unit back far enough so that if you make an extreme turn while backing that you don't damage the crank handle.
Butch at WestMarine.com on 10/10/2011

This is a fantastic ...

This is a fantastic product, it makes moving my 5x8 loaded enclosed cargo trailer a breeze! We used to back up our truck to hitch it, and this jack/ set of wheels are fantastic. You can move any load, with ease and it is pretty simple to attatch to a trailer. Just make sure you have the right hardware. Great Product. I love the way is swings up out of the way for travel! Fulton is the best!
Ken at WestMarine.com on 01/01/2010

So far seems like a great ...

So far seems like a great jack. Easy enough to install. Did have a clearance issue because it is thicker than normal jack plus has the double wheels. Allin all I like it so far. Did just use the old U-bolts I had cuz I snapped one of theirs.
john at WestMarine.com on 11/11/2009

Purchased but Had to Return

Looked nice and looked very easy to install, but I had to return it because it did not fit my trailer. The trailer tongue chassis is 5" thick and the supplied mount could not accommodate the same.
MiamiMike at WestMarine.com on 08/08/2012

looks pretty stout

It's going on a fire department rescue boat trailer. We've been replacing the jack almost every year. This one looks like it will hold up a little better. We like the little brake for the bottom wheels.
BIFD EVT at WestMarine.com on 03/03/2011

Best jack I have ever had

Incredibly easy to raise and lower on both my boats. Very smooth and maintenance free. I would recomend it to anyone who trailers a boat.
Laki at WestMarine.com on 04/04/2013

Easy to install. Dual ...

Easy to install. Dual wheels allows the Triton trailer to roll easy on the grass or concrete. Product was just as advertised and expected.
Jason at WestMarine.com on 11/11/2009

Negative Reviews:

Great Design, Poor Manufacturing

I purchased the F2 Dual-Wheel Trailer Jack from West Marine here in Crystal River, Florida. The purchase was early last year, I believe around April 2011. I purchased the jack to replace the one that came with my trailer. Everything that was stated in the description about what your product had to offer told me that this is the trailer jack for me. Today the jack imploded on itself. It jammed at the lowest setting and would not bring the trailer up. My son and I had to take it apart to see what the problem was. First of all the was NO LUBRICATION ON THE WORM SCREW. Needless to say, it was covered in brown dust (corrosion). The jack had jammed at it lowest setting because the race that held the ball-bearings in place had totally corroded away... the ball-bearings fell down the internal housing of the jack and bound the lifting mechanism from moving. I believe the damage was caused by zero lubrication in the internal workings of the device. Unfortunately, I am disabled, so this is quite a burden for me to hook my boat trailer to my tow vehicle with a broken trailer jack.
Captain Timmy at WestMarine.com on 10/10/2012

Seemed Like a good unit...

Installed the jack and was VERY impressed with everything about it. Then after about 3 months we went to hook up and the jack was frozen solid. After removal we opened it up and not a trace of grease on the screw and the grease we found on the gears was cheap auto type and was washing away fast, so we cleaned and greased it using marine grade grease, put it back together and it was fine...for a month then one of the top gears broke a tooth. There are repair kits available (I bet they sell a lot of 'em) so we will repair it but I will NEVER buy another Fulton product...ever. My brother and I have been boaters and fisherman since we were kids and spend a lot of time servicing and maintaining our equipment so this was purely a bad execution of a potentially good design. Good thing our floor jack works!! Save your $$.
MauiSteve at WestMarine.com on 08/08/2011

Didnt last a year!!

I bought this in june of '11 and installed very easily. I loved the fact that it would rotate and lock into place while traveling. The problem- The top handle shaft is held together by a plastic ring on either side of the top mount. Over the winter, the boat was kept in a garage and this past weekend, march '12, I went to uncrank it down onto my hitch and the plastic rings snapped. I think since the entire thing was built rugged they should have made metal ball bearing or a pillar block bearing on either side of the shaft. Its very poor that the main strain on the shaft of the handle is held together by plastic.
Stretch Machine at WestMarine.com on 03/03/2012

The adjustable" hex bolt ...

The adjustable" hex bolt is torqued to about 2000 lbs. There is no way an average person with average tools can break it free. Hex bolt got stripped and there goes the whole adjustable aspect of the trailer jack.Who would use a hex bolt (with ridiculous factory torque) on such a high stress component? I'm no engineer, but aren't there better fastening options out there? I know plenty people that have stripped hex bolts.This product sucks!!!!!!!!!! If you want the factory specs, then it's probably a good product. If you want to adjust it (which was the only reason I bought it and what makes it so "advanced") don't buy it. It's a hoax!!!I will never buy Fulton again!!"
Steve at WestMarine.com on 03/03/2008

Don't buy it

Since I boat in the gulf, I wanted aluminum or stainless steel to avoid corrosion. Within 10 months the gear mechanism stripped. I contacted Fulton and they sent replacement gears that I had to install. Now about 18 months later they failed. My boat is a 20 foot cuddy and weighs only 2500. I might have expected this from a $30 jack but not [$].
Dahlfin at WestMarine.com on 06/06/2012

i used it for about 2 ...

i used it for about 2 months and one day got to the trailer and it was not working. it made me miss a day of sailing and it was pretty major taking it off and replacing since I had to jack up the trailer to get it off.the positive was I just returned it to WM for a full refund.
ryan hamm at WestMarine.com on 11/11/2009

Not worth the money

Very nice looking jack. Stable and strong when working. But that is where it ends. Interior gears are so cheap that the main gear broke in half after two years use. Handle fell off after one year, but I was able to re-attach it. This jack is not worth the money, it won't last. It does look very nice, though.
sunshineman at WestMarine.com on 06/06/2012

F2 Fulton jack - maybe not

installed on a mastercraft trailer. Bolts too long to fit 2X4 tubing. No backing plate to take up space. Lift distance too short to rise to pick up truck hitch height. I have to put wood under wheel to get enough height. Looks good and sturdy, but not functional for all trailers. Check your model before purchase.
Spike at WestMarine.com on 03/03/2011

Poor lube, crosion sets in, gears fail..

Same issue as a previous reviewer... after one season of use (10 outings, 8 on freshwater, 2 saltwater), corosion/loss of lubricant has lead to internal gears slipping. The unit is completely useless now. It looks like good solid quality, but doesn't seem to be built for long term use.
Eric H at WestMarine.com on 12/12/2011


I purchased this product a year ago and was not impressed with its operation, it required much effort to jack the boat, then the crank dropped off somewhere on the road. This jack may look nice, but it's a waste of money.
Dino at WestMarine.com on 05/05/2013

Neutral Reviews:

Disappointed, but warranty worth it.

I purchased this jack from the West Marine store in Tarpon Springs, FL, and do 90% of my boating in the Gulf of Mexico. I trailer my 21' Sea Cat several times a month to the ramp, and was going through a jack a year due to rust and corrosion. I purchased this F2 jack in hopes that corrosion would no longer be an issue. 18 mos later, the pull handle for the swivel broke. 6 months after that, the jack locked up.

Now in the manufacturer's defense, they did replace the handle no charge. And they are in the process of sending me a new jack as well, no charge.

This jack did outlast other models twice as long, and with the lifetime warranty, I can continue to have it replaced free of charge.
Gulfshot at WestMarine.com on 09/09/2013

Not to difficult to ...

Not to difficult to install, but tough to break the hex head bolt free so I could adjust the mounting bracket hight. Do not like the WIMPY u-bolts. Harder to crank than the one I replaced.Time will tell, but I'm holding on to the old one.
nat at WestMarine.com on 09/09/2008