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Effortless New Jockey Wheel Eases Load

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A NEW jockey wheel that uses hydraulics to lighten the load is now available in the UK. The Hyjack hydraulic jockey wheel allows caravanners to raise and lower the jockey wheel with very little effort. The device is light, weighing in at only 8kg, and can support loads of up to 600kg noseweight.

To raise the nose up simply lift the handle up and down. This action pumps hydraulic oil from a reservoir at the top down pushing a ram below and therefore pushing the wheel down and raising the nose.

The handle then lifts off and works as a screwdriver to operate the release valve. This allows an internal spring to lift the hydraulic ram up, lifting the wheel up and lowering the nose.

The Hyjack hydraulic wheel is available for £149.99 with a 12 month guarantee.

For more information call Hyjack Hydraulics at www.hyjack.co.uk or call 01244 316955 or 07767 732241.

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