Square Tube Jack Bulldog
(Bulldog Part #: HB-180455)
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Bulldog's 10,000 lbs. support capacity square jack "fills the gap" between 8,000 lbs. and 12,000 lbs. square jack product offerings. If the existing 8,000 lbs. support capacity square jacks are too small or the 12,000 lbs. support capacity square jacks are too big, look no further - your application and pricing requirements have been met! This is the highest quality and best performing jack available in the marketplace today, a total balance between capacity, speed, and effort.

  • Bulldog model number SWL 180 DL-BQ

Specs

Lift Capacity7,200 lbs
Support Capacity10,000 lbs
Travel15 inches
Extended (B)54.17 inches
Retracted (A)25.67 inches
Clearance (C)N/A

Features

  • Includes drop leg with 13.5" additional travel
  • Heavy-gauge 3" square tubing allows for direct weld mounting wherever the application allows - no burn through
  • Use the painted outer tube as the final finish or primer
  • Heavy-duty base with reinforcement ribs, zero water retention
  • Precision manufacturing for long term reliability and smooth, easy cranking
  • Grease zerk for easy lubrication as needed
  • Oil-impregnated bushing for improved bearing and gear life
  • Direct weld to outer tube is standard - no mounting bracket needed
  • Sidewind models have 1:1.86 gear ratio

Bulldog

1919 - In a small third floor room over his car dealership in Wausau, Wisconsin, Thomas J. Jacob begins making high-quality precision tools of his own design. His venture becomes known as the Hammer Blow Tool Company. The death of a favorite hunting dog due to an accident involving a poorly-designed trailer hitch leads Jacob to develop the first drop-forged ball-and-socket trailer hitch, which he names the "Never Lets Go" Bull Dog. More inventions follow, positioning Hammer Blow at the forefront of the trailer industry at its infancy.

1930's - Demonstration models of camper trailers built by Jacob at the Chicago World's Fair set off a period of rapid growth in the industry.

1940's - Jacob dies in 1945. His wife, Lula, takes over Hammer Blow and guides it with great success for more than 20 years.

1960's - In 1967, Lula Jacob sells Hammer Blow to Neway Equipment Company of Muskegon, Michigan, which later sells to Lear Siegler, Inc.

1970's - In 1977, private investors led by Thomas J. Reinhart purchase and rename The HammerBlow Corporation. Expansion of the mechanical jack line and related products continues for more than a decade.

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