Hi-Lift Jacks Customer Reviews
40 Customer Reviews
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If you hit the trail with only one tool, it better be a Hi-Lift Jack. From desert canyons to the south forty, local trails to continental expeditions, Hi-Lift Jacks are the most powerful, most versatile jacks available. Off-roaders, farmers, militaries, rescue agencies-you name it-have trusted Hi-Lift Jacks for over 100 years.
Lifting is just the beginning. Pushing, pulling, winching, clamping-any recovery work is handled with ease. Lightweight and easy to maneuver, Hi-Lift jacks boast a 4,660 lb rated capacity and a 7,000 lb test capacity. Couple that brute strength with the optional HI-Lift Off-Road Kit for the ultimate recovery set up.
With 3 models and 4 sizes, there's a Hi-Lift Jack to meet your needs and budget. Get the X-TREME for regular rugged use, the All-Cast Jack for typical use, and the Cast/Steel for weekend-warrior work. Each boasts the same load rating, zinc-coated hardware and 2-piece handle & socket design. Best yet, Hi-Lift backs your jack with an uplifting 1-year warranty.
40 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Leon G (Aurora, CO) — Mar 07, 2014 11:44 PM
even ups/usps couldn't and didn't tear up this large bulky, and very heavy package. No shipping scratches or dents. very high quality and I've see the knock-offs at HF and after reading the testimonials from fellow military personnel where the reliability of this hi-lift jack has literally saved lives due to incoming fire, I knew I could trust my life and families when I'm stranded in the STYX. very solid build--I got the 60 inch for the added length due to 100% performance.
Reviewed by Robert P (Renton, WA) — Sep 28, 2013 3:08 PM
I found the jack to be of a much higher quality than other Hi-Lift jacks. I did find the operation at first was not satisfactory as it needed more grease where the 1/2" shafts are to freely move in and out. The lever to change from down to up operation needed grease. The dog on the lever was pretty coarse to slip and hold in the up position. Smoothing the cast where it meets the pin helps a lot. When lowering the jack it must have continued weight on the bumper arm or it will drop unexpectedly.
Reviewed by Patrick M (Clay, MI) Reviewed for a 1990 GMC Jimmy — Aug 15, 2013 5:25 PM
have not had the opportunity to put it through all its "paces",(and this is why only gave 4 stars,may have been 5),but based on its abilities and how it is made and the limited use,This thing rocks!it is an awesome jack!I give it high praise!very rugged,versatile and good price from Autoanything!i have also recently purchased some of the accesories for this jack and do feel it will be an outstanding addition to my trail rig!Can't go wrong if you purchased one!