Must have for trail riding or around the shop.
Family love trail riding and will prepared for the unfortunate
Just getting into Off-Roading and figured I should have a way to get out of trouble should I get there. While I have not had a need to use as a winch, it seems to be sturdy enough to pull my stock 1995 ZJ out of most situations. I use a my main jack for repairs and does a good job on the stock lift. Simple to use but not stable enough for a long term support even with the optional base on concreet or asphault. If more than just a tire change or getting clearance to add traction under tires, use jack stands. The lever to change the direction of the jack (up/down) is a little stifr when new. Suggest a good light grease for the mechanics of the jack for the first use and to keep lubed. This initial stiffness appears to decrease with usage. Handle needs a better storage device as it will clank if not secured. Could use a pice of rope to tighten handle to jack shaft or get the optional rubber handle securer to eliminate the clanking.
Have not used product yet!
Needed to lift my raised toyota 4runner. Great product. Simple. Reliable. Everything you need
This was the biggest jack that I could put on my jeep and still get into the garage.
The jack is nice. Just got it yesterday and was practicing with it. The metalic powder coat chips right off everytime the safety clip snaps back to the main part of the jack. Besides that when i ordered online it said it would come with a free handle keeper. Didnt get it and when I called they said they didnt see any deals like that. I am sure I just made that up, and htey have lost a long time customer due to an $11 part.
My jeep is pretty close to stock as far as lift and tire sizes go and trying to jack up my jeep to put it on stands to do work on it with the tiny little bottle jack issued with the jeep was almost hilarious. This Hi-Lift jack made it so simple. Jeep should put something like this, standard with the vehicle.
can this fit on a hood mount
Asked by Laurie from on
Hey Laurie, the Hi-Lift Jack 48" Jack will fit on a hood mount. Thanks for your question.
Answered by Devin B. ext 4835 from on
The 36" Hi-Lift jack has a 27" lift - how is this measured? Is it 27" from the ground? I am trying to determine the right jack and do not know how to interpret the lift data. Thanks, thomas
Asked by thomas from DHS, CA on
Thomas, the Hi-Lift Jack 36" Jack has a max lift height of 27" so the jack point can be safely raised to 27" with a load on it. Hope this helps!
Answered by Zach O. ext 4939 from DHS, CA on
Where is this jack manufactored
Asked by buster from NE OK. on
Hey Buster, the Hi-Lift Jack 48" Jack is made in the states. Thanks for your question.
Answered by Devin B. ext 4835 from NE OK. on
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Hi-Lift Jack's parent company Bloomfield Manufacturing was founded over 100 years ago and today Indiana-headquartered Hi-Lift produces jacks capable of lifting, winching, clamping, pulling and pushing. The Handyman or Sheepherder's jack was the Hi-Lift's original name and jeepers trust these accessories out on the trail in a variety of scenarios. Their trail jacks offer a rated capacity of 4,660 lbs. and a tested capacity of 7,000 lbs. and they are lightweight and easy to maneuver. We also carry tow straps and jack mount kits as well as storage options for trail jacks. Rely on a brand that has withstood the test of time to withstand the tests that come with off-roading. Shop Hi-Lift Jack Now