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Trailer ‘Dorsey’ jockey wheel


Chippa

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Hi,

My Dorsey trailer jockey wheel broke this weekend.

Does anyone know where in Australia I can buy one?

The hole pattern is only made by Dorsey I think??

Can someone help please as I have had to use a bottle jack and timber’s 

 

 

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On 5/2/2021 at 5:18 AM, Chippa said:

Hi,

My Dorsey trailer jockey wheel broke this weekend.

Does anyone know where in Australia I can buy one?

The hole pattern is only made by Dorsey I think??

Can someone help please as I have had to use a bottle jack and timber’s 

I don't think that it will be easy to find an exact replacement.  This article discusses options.  https://www.etrailer.com/question-232517.html.

A useful option may be to just cut off the offending bracket and weld on a new one from a heavy duty jack.  A member here posted his photos of that process not too long ago.

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Picture?

 

Most of these components are made by common manufactures.  Fulton makes a lot of it.  

Easiest is to figure out via photo search which one you have, and replace directly.  

 

If it isn't available, I highly recommend the Fulton X2 products, if you have to adapt your bracket to a newer one anyways.

 

Search for "Trailer jack" on google images and start scouring for one that is a match.  

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16 hours ago, justgary said:

I don't think that it will be easy to find an exact replacement.  This article discusses options.  https://www.etrailer.com/question-232517.html.

A useful option may be to just cut off the offending bracket and weld on a new one from a heavy duty jack.  A member here posted his photos of that process not too long ago.

 

 

 

Thank you.

 

that’s the issue with buying IS builds I guess.

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19 hours ago, dhcomp said:

Picture?

 

Most of these components are made by common manufactures.  Fulton makes a lot of it.  

Easiest is to figure out via photo search which one you have, and replace directly.  

 

If it isn't available, I highly recommend the Fulton X2 products, if you have to adapt your bracket to a newer one anyways.

 

Search for "Trailer jack" on google images and start scouring for one that is a match.  

 

 

Awesome thank you.

I can’t attach a photo from my iPhone.

it ask for the URL??

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