A sidewinder, not so much.
I haven't seen a drive nut work on a top winder, but I think it is worth the $35 to switch to a side drive.
Your mod to the handle is a great idea, with or without the knuckle problem, in fact I did a similar mod myself. I simply removed the stock handle (one roll pin) and replaced it with a piece of drill rod with a nut welded on as you suggested. I do recommend having a wrench handle to manually operate the jack as a backup.
Floyd ..nice trailer
I really like the look of a wood inside. Great trailer you have there.
How is it holding up after all of these years?
Once a year we wipe it down with Old English or Pledge wood protectant to maintain the finish and do a thorough cleaning inside and out.
I have replaced the kitchen area flooring with laminate which gets waxed about once a year.
Still proud to show it and expect it will last as long as we need it and longer.
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