Category Equipment

Suspension Lifts & Lift Kits, What does is all mean and do??

When people ask about suspension lifts on public internet forums or at offroad shows and meets, you get a lot of people saying you don’t need one and that it’s perefectly ok at standard height. This is in part true. A Defender is very capable in standard height and you only need to put a suspension lift on a Defender if you want to fit tyres 33″ or higher and/or to help improve approach/departure...

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Hi-Lift Jack accessories

There are several accessories for your Hi-Lift jack that are very useful in aiding you recover you vehicle offroad.

These accessories include:

Offroad Base, which offer a larger base for your jack. This aids and helps stop the jack from digging into soft ground and makes the jack more secure on loose surfaces.

Bumper Lift, which attaches to your Hi-Lift jack and allows for lifting from jack-abl...

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Hi-Lift Lift Mate

The lift mate from Hi-Lift is an accessory for your Hi-Lift jack which is designed to help raise a wheel of a vehicle off the ground more easily.

If you have a offroad vehicle, even more so if it has modified suspension  you may have allot of travel if you suspension  This travel mean that when jacking your vehicle from a jacking point (front nose bumper or jack-able sills) your wheel may remai...

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Hi-Lift Offroad Kit

Hi-lift have an option extra offroad kit. The kit helps winching when offroad.

The above video shows how to use the Offroad Kit.

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Maintaining Your Hi-Lift Jack

If you use and maintain your Hi-Lift jack properly, it will give you many years of service. Follow the maintenance instructions carefully to keep your jack in good working condition. NEVER PERFORM MAINTENANCE
ON THE JACK WHILE IT IS UNDER LOAD.

Inspecting Your Hi-Lift

You should inspect the jack for damage, wear, broken or missing parts (e.g.: climbing pins) and functionality before each use...

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Winching With A Hi-Lift Jack

Hi-Lift jacks are versatile pieces of equipment and perfect for helping you get out of the sticky situations when offroading.

The Hi-Lift jack can be used for more that simply lifting or jacking a vehicle, it can also be used as a winch.

Winching can help pull your vehicle out of situations where you may have become stuck.

Winching with a Hi-Lift jack

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Clamping With your Hi-Lift jack

A high lift jack is a versatile piece of equipment that can do more that lift/jack a vehicle or object.

A Hi-Lift jack can also be used to clamp item to aid in repair or recovery.

Clamping With Your Hi-Lift

When using the jack for clamping, the maximum clamping force of the standard top clamp-clevis is 750 lbs. (340 kg)...

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Hi-Lift Jack Operation – Raising a Stationary Load

A Hi-lift jack can be dangerous and cause serious injury if not used correctly. Before using your Hi-lift jack please follow the general safety instructions and read the user manual before use. Do not allow anyone who has not read the manual, and/or does not understand the requirements, use the jack.

Raising a Stationary Load

  1. Securely chock and stabilize the load, ie your vehicle, to prev...
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Hi-lift Jack General Safety

A Hi-lift jack can be dangerous and cause serious injury if not used correctly. Before using your Hi-lift jack please follow the following general safety instructions and read the user manual before use. Do not allow anyone who has not read the manual, and/or does not understand the requirements, use the jack.

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Spectators
• Do not allow bystanders around the jack or under the load support...

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Hi-Lift Jacks – What Are They?

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Hi-lift jacks, some time refereed to as farmers jacks, are rugged, highly versatile jacks that puts you in command of situations requiring lifting, pushing, pulling, winching, and clamping. Although light in weight and easy to maneuver, the Hi-Lift Jack offers a rated capacity of 4,660 lbs (2114 kg) and a tested capacity of 7,000 lbs (3175 kg).

Hi-lift jacks are designed to help you survive in...

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