Andersen Trailer Jack Block

Stabilize your caravan, camper trailer or motorhome!

SKU: AN-3608

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Regular Price: $115.00

Special Price: $95.00

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Andersen Trailer Jack Block

Stabilize your caravan, camper trailer or motorhome!



The Andersen 'Trailer Jack Block' eliminates nearly all of the movement in your parked RV or Trailer! You will be amazed how solid everything is when using the Trailer Jack Block with your stabilizer jacks! For great results, use two blocks at the front and two blocks at the back of your RV. If you want the most solid and absolute best results on a trailer that has more than 4 stabilizer jacks, use one block per stabilizer.

Using the Trailer Jack block under your jack(s) means your jack doesn't need to extend down as far, saving on wear and tear over time. And because the jack doesn't need to extend fully, there's less stress on it from movement.


The Trailer Jack Block is extremely strong and durable -and resists dirt and oil. The blocks are stackable for extra height and can even double as seats or step-stools (Note: do not stack more than two high).


The Trailer Jack Block from Andersen Hitches is 100% made in the USA and comes with a LIFETIME WARRANTY It's built tough and built to last!


  • Less stress on your Caravan or Motorhome
  • Eliminates nearly all movement and sway in parked Caravan's and Motorhomes
  • Extremely strong and durable
  • Powerful built-in magnets for easy set up!
  • Resists dirt, grime and oil
  • Rated at 2.7 tonne (single block) and 680kg (double-stack)
  • 100% Made in the USA
  • Dimensions: 20cm tall, 30cm dia. base, 25cm dia. top (35.5cm tall when double-stacked)
  • Recessed pad area is23cm diameter, recessed post-hole is 6cm" diameter
  • Each block weighs 2.5kgs



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