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Hydraulic Outrigger Design

Hydraulic Outrigger Stabilizer Designs (Build Your Own)

The pictures in this gallery are of 2 different Truck Outrigger designs built directly from the DIY Plans available on Gizmoplans. Many have built their own Hydraulic Truck Outrigger Stabilizers or have had them built by a local fabricator.  Listed below are all of the specifications. To check out more details on these plans click on the green link button below.

Model 310 hydraulic Stabilizer Outrigger

This is for lightweight trucks and trailers. With a mounting height of 34” from the ground to the highest point on the frame. Use for Stabilizing and leveling truck beds, trailer decks, and backhoes.
SPECIFICATIONS:
Outrigger Span (with 36” wide truck frame) …..10 Foot Span overall width from footplate to opposite footplate.
Span will vary with vehicle frame width.
Operating pressure……1,000 to 2,500 PSI
Operating capacity per outrigger…….17,600 Lbs.
Weight ( per pair)……300 Lbs.
Hydraulic Cylinder….3” bore, 
10” Stroke, 
1-1/8” Chrome steel Rod Diameter
Mounting Plate size…8” wide x 21” High
Adapts to your hydraulic system
Included is information for a Pilot operated holding valve which is recommended for protection against hydraulic failure.
 

Model 511 hydraulic Stabilizer Outrigger

This is for Heavy-duty Tri-Axle trucks and trailers. With a mounting height of 39” from the ground to the highest point on the frame. Use for Stabilizing and leveling truck beds, trailer decks, and backhoes.
Click on the Green Link below for further details on the Model 511 Truck Outriggers.
SPECIFICATIONS:
Outrigger Span (with 36” wide truck frame) …..10 Foot Span overall width from footplate to opposite footplate.
Span will vary with vehicle frame width.
Operating pressure……1,000 to 2,500 PSI
Operating capacity per outrigger…….40,000 Foot Lbs.
Weight ( per pair)……450 Lbs.
Hydraulic Cylinder….5” bore, 
11” Stroke, 
2” Chrome steel Rod Diameter
Mounting Plate size…12” wide x 21” High
Included is information for a Pilot operated holding valve which is recommended for protection against hydraulic failure.
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