Every Jack comes complete with an adjustable top clamp/clevis for use in clamping and winching. Safety bolt is designed to shear at 7,000 lbs. (3175 kg). For speedy disengaging, lifting unit automatically drops away when load is removed. 4-1/2" (11cm) long lifting nose for positive contact with load. Steel bar can be reversed for extra long life. Low pickup of 4 1/2" (11cm). 28 square inch base plate.
I have used it for more then just lifting up my jeep. From pulling small tree stumps to moving large rock out of the way, but the first time I washed the jeep. I had rust on the cast parts. I now spray it down with wd-40 to keep it looking good.
from Phoenix, Az
4.0Brand and Quality!
Hi-Life has been known for many years for it's quality jack. There are some areas where I would not cut corners and buy a cheaper Chinese made product. The jack to lift my 5000 lbs vehicle is one of those areas.
from Seattle, WA
4.0jack and link all in 1
broke a link and used the Hi-Lift as a link and it got me off the trail and back to the trailer and also a lot of people saying "man that is a really cool idea".
By toyota GREG
from Edmonds, wa
For lifted vehicles with big tires this is an essential tool to carry with otherwise changing a spare would be near impossible. The HiLift works as expected. It did not have any issues lifting one side of my 6500lbs Toyota Land Cruiser. Keep the Jack cleaned and well oiled and it will serve you well for many years to come.
from Seattle, WA
With 28" ground clearance on my Jeep, I thought the 60" would work better than the 48", but a bit of overkill. I fabbed a custom horizontal mount on my swing out tire carrier, so it fits nicely between my spare and tub, but I'm sure glad they didn't make a bigger one, or it would be wider than my Jeep! It works great; I've never heard of a Hi-Lift jack failing.
By Old Timer
from San Diego, CA
Everyone knows what these are and what they do. Great for a lifted truck. I couldn't even use a floor jack! I mounted it in the bed of the truck for roadside and trail repairs.
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