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TS-2000 Trailer Stand


Trailer stand helps to resolve the problem of trailer movement Prevent landing gear collapse. Seldom used or rusted landing gear may collapse under extreme weight conditions.

Avoid Injuries, Downtime and Loss of Product

  • An inexpensive method to meet OSHA regulations
  • Helps prevent accidents due to trailer landing gear collapse
  • Handle most trailers with our 100,000 lb (227 kN) capacity fixed trailer jack.
  • Maintenance free design
  • Safe, productive and easy to use
  • Fits most truck trailers


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Trailer Upending
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Landing Gear Collapse
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Trailer Collapse Sideway


Fits Almost All Types of Trailers.
TS-2000 Trailer Stands are designed to fit most types of trailers that may come into your loading docks. They have an overall retracted length of 42″ (1065 mm) and an overall extended length of 55″ (1400 mm) and a static load capacity of 100,000 lbs (227 kN).

Minimize Loading Dock Accidents
Seldom used or rusted landing gear may collapse under extreme weight conditions. With the TS-2000 Trailer Stand, the trailer remains supported and minimizes this dangerous condition. Also, when fork trucks load at the front of trailers, the trailer can become nose heavy and tip resulting in a trailer up-ending. This hazardous situation can be prevented by using the TS-2000 Trailer Stand.


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Trailer Stand easy-to-use is placed at the nose of trailers by providing a safe & secure support, helping to prevent accidents


The TS-2000 is made of heavy, square, tubular construction. A single gear makes the TS-2000 virtually maintenance free and easy to use. Positioning crank is always in a ready-to-use position helping to reduce wasted time. Tires are made of 16″ (405 mm) solid rubber and the TS-2000 is designed with a bar to help with ease of positioning and to be more ergonomic

OSHA Regulation
1910.178(k)(3) Fixed jacks may be necessary to prevent up-ending during loading and unloading when trailer is not coupled to tractor.

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