There are two types graded by maximum loaded weight of the caravan. If you look on Alko website you will see the details. A number of outlets sell them as well as Alko.Can anyone please advise which Alko jacking brackets I need for my recently purchased van
The Alko jacking point requires a special fitment provided on the Alko jack. The Alko jack is designed to tilt as the side of the caravan is lifted, and at the same time avoid applying a bending force to the caravan chassis C section. Whilst it is possible to manufacture an adaptor to use a car side lift jack, you would need to really know what you are doing to avoid the risk of a nasty accident causing injury or damage to the caravan chassis. A car scissor jack would be no good - possibly lethal! For what is involved, I recommend you buy the Alko brackets new and use an Alko jack. I found a place in the car boot to store the Alko jack so its not a problem.Many thanks, is it essential that the Alko jack is used or would my Volvo scissor jack suffice
Many thanks, could you please let me know your price, I assume it will fit the standard two holes in my alko chassisGood morning Vulcan.
I have an Alko side lift jack complete with brackets in my garage.
I removed it from my caravan prior to having an E&P self levelling system fitted.
It's the heavy duty 1000kg version but it will fit any caravan with an ALKO chassis built in the last ten or so years.
I'm not too clear on the rules on selling on this site if someone can enlighten me please?
Let me know if you're interested.
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