Atwood Electric Truck Camper JacksAtwood Truck Camper Jacks used to be widely used in the truck camper community. Most notably they are installed on the majority of older Lance Campers out there today. Due to ownership changes these camper lifts are no longer being manufactured. In 2014, Dometic Group signed a purchase agreement with Atwood Mobile products, combining two industry leading companies. After reviewing Atwood's product lines, they determined the Hardware Department (which includes jacks) was the least profitable. In late 2016, Dometic brokered an agreement for Lippert Components to acquire the Hardware division of Atwood Mobile Products. After owning the rights to Atwood's jack line, Lippert decided to discontinued the jacks in 2018. Lippert has since started providing Lance Campers with their Happijac Truck Camper Jacks.
How do I replace my Atwood Electric Jacks?We recommend replacing your Atwood Electric Jacks with Rieco Titan electric jacks since the bolt pattern is the same as Atwood's electric jacks. Note that you will be required to replace the female plug on your camper with a Rieco Titan plug, since the Atwood female plug is not compatible with the Rieco Titan male plug.
What if I just want to buy a crank handle or drill adapter?Atwood manufactured handles and drill adapters are no longer available. We recommend checking out compatible Socket Jenie Atwood Drill Adapters.