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Part Number: H/LHK-B
Part Number: H/LHK-R
I have my high lift installed on the front of the truck. Used one of these to retain the handle. It worked out great but I had to cut it off when the lock froze to the mount when I needed the jack. Even cut it still holds the handle just fine. I’ll pick up another next time I’m in the store,
Didn’t get the red one got black, Last 2 orders my parts were put in stock on the shelf?
Perfect for keeping the handle for rattling once mounted in the bed, easy to remove when you need the jack. Curious how UV stable the material will be in the Texas sun.
I bought a handle keeper about a year ago at one of the Expos. It definitely works as it should - keeps the handle from rattling around. But mine fell apart into pieces. I don't have my Hi-lift mounted on my exterior. I keep it stored inside the jeep when I take it on trips and I keep the jack and handle in my garage. Granted it gets hot in there, but it gets no sun exposure. I like in socal - it gets hot but the temperature swings aren't extreme. Literally crumbled apart in my hands when I was loading the jack up for a recent trip. I love my Hi-Lift jack, just wish/hope they can figure out what happened here. Hopefully maybe mine was a fluke. But just wanted to share. Im using a bungee to keep things together now.
This might keep your handle from moving but it’s got too much play. It slides up and down easily and that’s NOT what you want. Not sure why it’s so loose. Looks cool but little too loose for my old Hi-lift. Maybe it fits better on a newer one? IDK maybe it will shrink a bit in this desert heat
Well made. This item provides a clean, secure means to ensure my handle stays in place.
Q: Can it be used with other Farm Jacks? Answer this question
A: Thanks for the inquiry Jake, the Hi-Lift Jack Handle Keeper part # H/LHK-B was designed for hi-lift jacks and we really wouldn't know.
Answered by RK on 07/23/2014
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
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