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The jack on my Ez Loader Trailer from Triton is getting bound up and tight when I jack the trailer up or down. I looked for a grease fitting and there does not seem to be one.. I have sprayed a little oil on the shaft but doesn't really help for very long. Can anyone tell me if this should be greased or if I should just replace it.. It is a Fulton Jack. I am not sure if there are a bunch of different styles or not. There is a pic of the jack that may help on what style it is. You can see a little of the jack from this pic. Thanks for any help

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It sounds like itmay be too late but take the black cap off the top and shove a little grease down on the gears and wind it up and down a few times. If that doesnt work there is always bass pro shops.
 

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try popping the top cover off and pump grease on the gears if the top pops off. if you jack the trailor up or down while its on a incline it can bind up and be a pain. mine does the same thing on the inclined driveway but does not do it on a flat surface.
 

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I had a problem like this with my new boat. The jack wheel was stiff and had to be kicked every time I wanted it to change direction. While buying oil at Tempe Marine they told me not to grease it. They gave me a bottle of ReelX and told me to simply squeeze a few drops into the hole on the outside toward the top of the jack housing. It worked! No greasy mess either.
 
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