A few have asked for more details so here you go. @NCJeeplover @paradisePWoffrd I have had this idea for awhile but I hadn’t got around to trying it until now. A friend of mine actually did his trailer the same way a few weeks ago using only one winch and attaching it to where the jack handle normally goes. I was not able to do this due to having a camper built on the front. Original thought was 1 winch in between the 2 jacks and use a chain and sprockets to attach winch to the common bar inbetween the jacks. I think this would have worked just fine but since mine also has a camper attached figured I would do the jacks separate to help with leveling on uneven terrain. I used 2 harbor freight 2500lbs atv winches. I removed the drum from the winch and used just the motors. Below is how I adapted from the splined fitting on the winch to the 1” shaft coming from the Jack. I welded all these pieces together after the pic was taken. I used the plate that used to hold the drum as a support For the shaft and mounting bracket for the winch. I moved the plate closer to the winch using the 2 existing mounting holes. I then simply drilled a hole in the shaft I made to hook it to the jack shaft. I mounted a small marine deep cycle battery in between them. This is one part I’m not sure of on what size battery I should use so we will see what happens. It’s hard to see but that is a pic of one of the toggles. When the other comes in it will be mounted beside of it. The winches have to go opposite directions of each other to go up or down together so I will reverse the wires on one switch so when I press them both up the trailer goes up. I also added a kill switch in a different location out of normal sight so someone can not just walk by and hit the buttons to see what they do. Hopefully I will get it completely finished tomorrow. But one thing I have noticed already is that one winch runs a little slower than the other. Not by much but a little. I think it’s due to the shafts not being the same lengths but not positive. I made the shaft on the right winch a little longer to clear my electrical box but I think I’m going to end up moving the box and cutting the shaft down to the same size as the left winch.