Pro Series Round, A-Frame Jack - Topwind - 15" Lift - 2,000 lbs Pro Series Trailer Jack PS1401000303
This tongue jack from Etrailer is the one I was able to install on my Campster. It works perfectly for a fit and for a very minimal extension below the tongue.. However I don't know for sure that my tongue is still set up the way they came out of the factory so look at the photo for verification as compared to your Trails West Campster tongue.
This was the only tongue Jack I was able to find which could be used. That is because there is a bottom plate underneath and the outer tube that extends under the mounting plate had to be short enough not to extend thru the bottom plate. The hole in the lower plate is not large enough for the outer tube to extend on through and that area of the lower plate does not have sufficient edge margin to enlarge the hole any wider and still be structurally adequate. That hole was only large enough for the inner tube to slide through. When the inner tube is retracted it only extends a very short distance, an inch at most, below that lower plate on the tongue and does not catch or interfere while underway. Obviously I am not going to be using the full 15" of lift and while the jack it is tall it does not interfere with anything. As I said after extensive searching it was the only jack I found that could fit the circumstances of how my Campster tongue was put together. So while not ideal in height above the tongue it works great for very minimal extension below the tongue.
I have a wheel on it in this photo. I remove the wheel when hitched up to my tow vehicle. I only use the wheel while unhitched for ease in moving it by hand in the parking lot. You would not have enough clearance for travel with the wheel left in place while towing. But it is very simple to remove and install, a matter of under a minute once you have done it a couple of times. The wheel or bottom flat skid plates are a separate purchase from the jack.
Anyway, I hope this tongue jack will also work for you. I have found that Etrailer is a reliable company to work with.
Getting a tongue jack nstalled on my Campster was a challenge as someone had welded a secondary top plate on over the original and the holes in it did not line up with the threaded holes in the original plate and the old bolts had been cut off and left in those holes. So the old bolts had to be drilled out, bolt holes had to be enlarged and threaded for new bolts, the hole for the jack post had to be ground out to align it as well and the lower hole also ground to align it. A lot of hours of fussing but I got there in the end and it was worth it.
The spare tire is just sitting there for convenience at the moment to keep it out of my way. It is not mounted in that position for carrying it.