Bloomfield Manufacturing Co., Inc. Hi-Lift Jacks

 

Hi-Lift 48" X-Treme Jack

Hi-Lift 48" X-Treme Jack (XT-485) $95

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The 48" X-Treme Jack is largely identical to the 48" All-Cast Jack, but features a metallic gray powdercoated finish instead of the bright red finish found on the All-Cast model and a gold zinc-plated handle instead of the black handle found on the All-Cast model. The 48" X-Treme Jack also features a hinged, quick-release base pin instead of the standard cotter pin for easier removal of the Jack's base. Finally, the 48" X-Treme Jack comes standard with a unique Winch-Clamp-Spreader attachment for clamping and spreading with the Jack, as well as greatly facilitating manual winching by accepting 3/4" Bow Shackles and 3/8" Choker Chains for rigging.

Hi-Lift 60" X-Treme Jack

Hi-Lift 60" X-Treme Jack (XT-605) $100

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The 60" X-Treme Jack is largely identical to the 60" All-Cast Jack, but features a metallic gray powdercoated finish instead of the bright red finish found on the All-Cast model and a gold zinc-plated handle instead of the black handle found on the All-Cast model. The 60" X-Treme Jack also features a hinged, quick-release base pin instead of the standard cotter pin for easier removal of the Jack's base. Finally, the 60" X-Treme Jack comes standard with a unique Winch-Clamp-Spreader attachment for clamping and spreading with the Jack, as well as greatly facilitating manual winching by accepting 3/4" Bow Shackles and 3/8" Choker Chains for rigging.

Hi-Lift Jack Fix-It Kit (FK-1)

Hi-Lift Jack Fix-It Kit (FK-1) $15

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Keep your Hi-Lift Jack operating trouble-free with the Fix-It Kit. The Fix-It Kit includes all of the parts that usually require replacement on the Hi-Lift Jack to keep it in top operating condition: two climbing pins, two cross pins for the climbing pins, two climbing pin springs, shear bolt, and nut. The Fix-It Kit has recently been improved by plating all of the components with either gold or silver zinc for maximum corrosion resistance. Previous versions of the Fix-Kit featured components that were left in the white, which exposed the components to corrosion. Everyone who uses a Hi-Lift Jack in the field should keep a Fix-It Kit with his other recovery gear.

Hi-Lift Jack Off-Road Base (ORB)

Hi-Lift Jack Off-Road Base (ORB) $40

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Increase the utility of your Hi-Lift Jack on soft surfaces with the Hi-Lift Jack Off-Road Base. The Off-Road Base widens the footprint of the Hi-Lift Jack and prevents it from sinking in soft ground conditions like sand or mud. The Off-Road Base is rated to the limits of the Hi-Lift Jack; if the Hi-Lift Jack can take the load then so can the Off-Road Base. The latest version of the ORB features some modifications that users commonly did to their ORBs. The edge is now serrated for raking the ground flat before setting down the ORB. Also, there are two holes drilled into the flange for attachment of a rope handle for pulling the ORB out of muddy conditions. Just as with the Fix-It Kit, we believe that every Hi-Lift Jack user should have an Off-Road Base with his other recovery gear.

Hi-Lift Jack Off-Road Kit

Hi-Lift Jack Off-Road Kit (ORK) $65

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The Hi-Lift Jack Off-Road Kit contains several items that make manual winching with a Hi-Lift Jack simpler and more efficient. The proprietary Winch Attachment and Winch Tensioner hold tension between the stuck vehicle and the anchor during the entire winching process, even while the Hi-Lift Jack is being re-rigged. Manual winching time is reduced significantly and made easier and more efficient. The ORK keeps all of the required parts for manual winching at arms reach and includes a Winch Attachment, Winch Tensioner, 5/8" Bow Shackle, 8' Tree Saver Strap, a pair of Hi-Lift Gloves, and a Hardware & Gear Bag.

Hi-Lift Jack Lift-Mate

Hi-Lift Jack Lift-Mate (LM-100) $35

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Use the Hi-Lift Jack Lift-Mate on newer-model vehicles with bumpers that are not compatible with a bumper-style jack. Also, many trucks have larger tires and lifts that require extensive lifting height ability from the jack. The Lift-Mate securely attaches to the Hi-Lift Jack's lifting tongue, and permits the vehicle to be lifted directly from the wheel, which greatly reduces the amount of travel required to lift the wheel to an adequate and safe height. The LM-100 has a lifting capacity of 5,000 lb. and features rubber-coated hooks and thick rubber padding to protect the vehicle's wheels and tires.

Hi-Lift Jack Bumper Lift

Hi-Lift Jack Bumper Lift (BL-250) $25

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Use the Hi-Lift Jack Bumper Lift on newer-model vehicles with bumpers that are not otherwise compatible with being lifted with the Hi-Lift Jack because the Jack's lifting tongue is too short to reach the curved bottom edge of the bumper. The Bumper Lift securely attaches to the Hi-Lift Jack's lifting tongue, and permits the vehicle to be lifted directly from the bottom edge of the bumper. The Bumper Lift features a lifting capacity of 3,000 lb.

Hi-Lift Jack Handle-All

Hi-Lift Jack Handle-All (HA-500) $140

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The Hi-Lift Jack Handle-All is four tools in one. The Handle-All can be configured into a shovel, sledge hammer, or pickaxe, or axe. The Handle-All differs from other multifunction tools in two primary ways: (1) the Handle-All features full-sized, interchangeable heads for full function; and (2) the Handle-All disassembles into a very compact space for easy storage and transport. The shovel is actually a real shovel with bowl and rake instead of some ridiculous attempt at a shovel attached perpendicularly to an axe head. The sledge hammer is a real 6 lb. sledge hammer. The pickaxe is actually a real pickaxe with a pointed end for punching through rocky soil and a chiseled end for chopping through rooted soil. The axe is actually a real axe with bit, concave cheeks, and poll. When full-sized implements are not required, only one of the two handle pieces may be fitted to reduce the size of the tools. The Handle-All is the only tool of its kind that combines real function with compactness. All of the pieces store inside the provided storage/transport bag. One need not transport his Handle-All on external roof rack or winch bar brackets.

ARB Hi-Lift Jack Adapter

ARB Hi-Lift Jack Adapter (3500040) $51

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Lift the front of your vehicle more safely while using your Hi-Lift Jack with the Hi-Lift Jack Adapter. The adapter mounts securely to the front lashing ring on all non-airbag ARB front bars and provides a receptacle for the lifting tongue of the Hi-Lift Jack.

Daystar Black Isolator

Daystar Black Hi-Lift Jack Isolator (KU71071B) $11

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Say goodbye to rattles, Velcro watch straps, and inner tubes. The Daystar Black Hi-Lift Jack Isolator is constructed from black polyurethane and secures the handle on your Hi-Lift Jack when the Jack is not in use. Fitment of the Isolator makes transporting your Hi-Lift Jack much quieter and easier. The Isolator is designed only for storing and transporting the Hi-Lift Jack. Always remove the Isolator before using your Hi-Lift Jack. (Shown with Hi-Lift Jack, which is sold separately.)

Daystar Red Isolator

Daystar Red Hi-Lift Jack Isolator (KU71071R) $11

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Say goodbye to rattles, Velcro watch straps, and inner tubes. The Daystar Red Hi-Lift Jack Isolator is constructed from red polyurethane and secures the handle on your Hi-Lift Jack when the Jack is not in use. Fitment of the Isolator makes transporting your Hi-Lift Jack much quieter and easier. The Isolator is designed only for storing and transporting the Hi-Lift Jack. Always remove the Isolator before using your Hi-Lift Jack.

Expeditionware Black Hi-Lift Jack Isolator

Expeditionware Black Hi-Lift Jack Isolator (EW33) $11

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Say goodbye to rattles, Velcro watch straps, and inner tubes. The Expeditionware Black Hi-Lift Jack Isolator is constructed from black polyurethane and secures the handle on your Hi-Lift Jack when the Jack is not in use. Fitment of the Isolator makes transporting your Hi-Lift Jack much quieter and easier. The Isolator is designed only for storing and transporting the Hi-Lift Jack. Always remove the Isolator before using your Hi-Lift Jack. (Shown with Hi-Lift Jack, which is sold separately.)

Expeditionware Red Hi-Lift Jack Isolator

Expeditionware Red Hi-Lift Jack Isolator (EW34) $11

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Say goodbye to rattles, Velcro watch straps, and inner tubes. The Expeditionware Red Hi-Lift Jack Isolator is constructed from black polyurethane and secures the handle on your Hi-Lift Jack when the Jack is not in use. Fitment of the Isolator makes transporting your Hi-Lift Jack much quieter and easier. The Isolator is designed only for storing and transporting the Hi-Lift Jack. Always remove the Isolator before using your Hi-Lift Jack. (Shown with Hi-Lift Jack, which is sold separately.)

 

 

Hi-Lift Jack

Every Hi-Lift Jack has a rated capacity of 4660 lb. The ASME/ANSI B30.1-1992 requires that each Jack have a 150% safety factor over the actual rating requirement. Every Hi-Lift Jack comes standard with a shear bolt that will shear and not allow the Jack to be used on loads greater than 7,000 lb. capacity. Bloomfield Manufacturing Company's tests and many years of manufacturing, sales, and technical experience have proved clearly and convincingly that 7,000 lb. is a safe maximum limit for operation of the Hi-Lift despite the conservative 4,660 lb. rating.

Hi-Lift Jack X-Treme

In place of the standard top clamp, the X-Treme Jacks come standard with a unique Winch-Clamp-Spreader attachment for clamping and spreading with the Jack, as well as greatly facilitating manual winching by accepting 3/4" Bow Shackles, 3/8" Choker Chains for rigging. The Winch-Clamp-Spreader is rated to beyond the loading rating for the Hi-Lift Jack. If the Hi-Lift can handle the load, so can the Winch-Clamp-Spreader.

Hi-Lift Jack X-Treme

The Winch-Clamp-Spreader is shaped to mate with the Hi-Lift's standard.

Hi-Lift Jack X-Treme

The Winch-Clamp-Spreader attaches to the X-Treme Jack with a bolt and wing nut.

Hi-Lift Jack X-Treme Hi-Lift Jack X-Treme

To secure the Winch-Clamp-Spreader, simply tighten the wing nut.

Hi-Lift Jack X-Treme

The Winch-Clamp-Spreader may be fitted to the Hi-Lift Jack at any point along the Jack's standard, above or below the Jack's lifting mechanism.

Hi-Lift Jack X-Treme

The large hole at the top of the Winch-Clamp-Spreader accepts standard 3/4" Bow Shackles. The slotted hole accepts 3/8" Choker Chains without the need to use the chain's choker ends.

Hi-Lift Jack X-Treme

Just slide the 3/8" choker chain into the slot.

Hi-Lift Jack X-Treme

The hole in the toe of the Winch-Clamp-Spreader accepts 3/4" Bow Shackles for more rigging options.

Hi-Lift Jack X-Treme

If desired, the Winch-Clamp-Spreader may be fitted to the bottom of the Jack in place of the base, to suit those situations where the Winch-Clamp-Spreader would provide better bite on that particular surface than the flat-bottomed base would.

Hi-Lift Jack

The finish on the new powdercoated All-Cast Jacks differs from the old finish found on previous all-cast models. The previous all-cast models were dipped in an oxblood color finish. The newest all-cast All-Cast Jacks are powdercoated with a bright red gloss. The latest Hi-Lift Jacks also feature yellow zinc plated fasteners and climbing pins for maximum corrosion resistance.

Hi-Lift Jack X-Treme

The Hi-Lift X-Treme Jacks feature a metallic gray powdercoated finish instead of the bright red.

Hi-Lift Jack

Hi-Lift Jack guarantees quality products by subjecting all components to rigorous quality control testing. All castings, nuts, and bolts are randomly tested for strength, hardness, and conformity with specifications. After assembly, each and every single Hi-Lift Jack is placed under a load and tested for possible malfunctions before it is packaged and leaves the factory. In addition, each Hi-Lift Jack placed under a load and tested to the ASME/ANSI B30.1-1992 standard, which is 4,660 lb. Hi-Lift Jacks are also randomly tested to 7,000 lb. to ensure that the shear bolt is working correctly.

Hi-Lift Jack X-Treme

Hi-Lift Jack handles are secured to the bar with a handle clip spring.

Hi-Lift Jack

Whenever you stop raising or lowering with the Jack, you must leave the handle in the vertical position with the clip spring securely clipped to the Jack's standard. Whenever you switch directions from up to down or vice versa, you must have the handle in the vertical position with the handle securely clipped to the standard. When you purchase your Hi-Lift Jack from EE, it will come with Instructions For Using Your Hi-Lift Jack safely and correctly. Read and understand these instructions before using your Hi-Lift Jack.

Hi-Lift Jack

Older Hi-Lift Jacks were fitted with a cotter pin securing the base that was too short. If you go offroading with your Hi-Lift Jack secured to the outside of your vehicle, this older cotter pin is not safe. The cotter pin is held in place only by friction and can easily vibrate or rattle loose, causing the Hi-Lift Jack's base to fall away. The results of this on the highway can be deadly to someone following you on the highway.

Hi-Lift Jack X-Treme Hi-Lift Jack X-Treme

The Hi-Lift X-Treme comes standard with a quick-release base pin for easier removal of the Jack's base. This quick-release pin remains well secured but is instantly detachable by pulling the spring clip, hinging it out of the way, and pulling the base pin straight out.

Hi-Lift Jacks

The 48" compared to the 60". If you and your vehicle can handle the extra weight of the 60" model, the 60" is a more versatile tool than the 48" model, especially with respect to manual winching.

Bill Burke & Hi-Lift Jack

Bill Burke shares his decades of trail experience with his students during his Recovery Seminar at the 2001 On The Road ... Moab event. In the foreground is Bill's personal Hi-Lift Jack. Bill favors the 60" Hi-Lift Jack because of its suitability for manual winching.

Hi-Lift Jack

Mounting a 60" Hi-Lift Jack can be problematic because of its tremendous length. Ho previously mounted his 60" Jack to his Safety Devices Highlander Roof Rack using some mounts made for the Jack-All.

Hi-Lift Jack

Ho later switched to the Rover Solutions Hi-Lift Jack Mounts.

Hi-Lift Jack

An alternative for those without roof racks is to mount the 60" Hi-Lift Jack on a heavy-duty front bumper like the ARB Winch Bar. Though not commonly used by most Land Rover users, the front bumper location for the Hi-Lift Jack is very useful. In this position, the Hi-Lift Jack is mounted tall enough that it stays out of the mud, yet it is mounted low enough that accessing it is very easy. The heavy-duty front bumper is also strong enough to handle to Hi-Lift's Jack's weight. Furthermore, the heavy weight of the Jack is placed lower on the vehicle rather than high on the roof rack.

Hi-Lift Jack

Definitely not recommend by us is mounting the Hi-Lift to the spare wheel carrier. This mounting location is very convenient for people without heavy duty winch bumpers or roof racks, but the inevitable result is damaged door hinges and/or locking mechanisms from the excessive weight. It is our considered opinion that the cargo door's hinges are not strong enough to sustain the weight of the spare wheel and a Hi-Lift.

Hi-Lift Jack

John tried mounting his Hi-Lift to the spare wheel, believing that his Mantec wheel carrier would support the extra weight. It didn't.

Ballistol

However you mount or transport your Hi-Lift Jack, lubricate it before use so that it operates smoothly. Our favorite lubricant by far is Ballistol. We use it on nearly everything and so will you once you try it and see how well it works. For your field tool kit, the the aerosol bottles will be most convenient. Ballistol is a protectant as well as a lubricant, so it will protect your Hi-Lift Jack against corrosion as well as keeping it running smoothly.

Hi-Lift Jack Fix-It Kit (FK-1)

A highly useful accessory for the Hi-Lift Jack is the Hi-Lift Jack Fix-It Kit. The Fix-It-Kit includes all of the parts that usually require replacement on the Hi-Lift Jack to keep it on top operating condition: two climbing pins, two cross pins for the climbing pins, two climbing pin springs, shear bolt, and nut. Everyone who uses a Hi-Lift Jack in the field should keep a Fix-It Kit with his other recovery gear.

Hi-Lift Jack Fix-It Kit

This is a photo of the older version of the Fix-it Kit. The components were previously left in the white and were susceptible to corrosion. The latest version of the Fix-It Kit features components that are plated with either gold or silver zinc for maximum corrosion resistance and reliability. This photo is for reference only. All of the Fix-It Kits we sell are the newer type with the plated components.

Hi-Lift Jack Fix-It Kit (FK-1)

The Fix-It Kit is easy to install. Mounting instructions are included on the rear of the packaging.

Hi-Lift Jack Off-Road Base (ORB)

Another very useful accessory for the Hi-Lift Jack is the Off-Road Base. The Off-Road Base widens the footprint of the Hi-Lift Jack and prevents it from sinking in soft ground conditions like sand or mud. The Off-Road Base is rated to the limits of the Hi-Lift Jack; if the Hi-Lift Jack can take the load then so can the Off-Road Base. The latest version of the ORB features some modifications that users commonly did to their ORBs. The edge is now serrated for raking the ground flat before setting down the ORB. Also, there are two holes drilled into the flange for attachment of a rope handle for pulling the ORB out of muddy conditions.

Hi-Lift Jack Off-Road Base

This is the older version of the Off-Road Base without the serrated edge and extra holes. It worked perfectly fine.

Hi-Lift Jack Off-Road Base

The Off-Road Base is just as durable as the Hi-Lift Jack and is rated to the same loads. If your Hi-Lift Jack can take the load, then so can your Off-Road Base.

Hi-Lift Jack ORB

The center of the Off-Road Base accepts the base of the Hi-Lift Jack and spreads the Jack's load over a wider surface area. This spreading of the load greatly helps to prevent sinking of the Hi-Lift Jack's base on soft surfaces such as sand or mud.

Hi-Lift Jack Off-Road Base

For many years, offroaders used a board of plywood to perform the same functions as the Off-Road Base. However, we much prefer the Off-Road Base because the top of of the Off-Road Base is recessed to accept the Hi-Lift's base and helps to prevent the Jack from slipping on the base while under load. Also note that the user here is pulling down on the Hi-Lift's handle rather than pushing down on it. This is a no-no. Always push down on the handle to lift a load. Your handle is much less likely to slip from the handle when pushing down.

Hi-Lift Jack Off-Road Base

The Off-Road Base may be used with more than the Hi-Lift Jack. Most of the Land Rover factory bottle jacks fit into the Off-Road Base's receptacle. The ORB is very useful with the factory jack, especially on vehicles with larger tires tall enough to prevent the factory jack from expanding tall enough to lift a wheel.

Hi-Lift Jack Off-Road Base

Most of the Land Rover factory jacks fit without the need to modify the ORB.

Hi-Lift Jack Off-Road Base

Some Land Rover bottle jacks are larger and require a small clearance cut in the ORB. This is very easy to do.

Hi-Lift Jack Off-Road Kit

The Hi-Lift Jack is useful for so much more than lifting. The Hi-Lift Jack also makes a superb manual winch when properly accessorized. The Hi-Lift Jack Off-Road Kit contains several items that make manual winching with a Hi-Lift Jack simpler and more efficient.

Hi-Lift Jack Off-Road Kit Hi-Lift Jack Off-Road Kit

The proprietary Winch Attachment and Winch Tensioner hold tension between the stuck vehicle and the anchor during the entire winching process, even while the Hi-Lift Jack is being re-rigged. Manual winching time is reduced significantly and made easier and more efficient.

Hi-Lift Jack Off-Road Kit

The ORK keeps all of the required parts for manual winching at arms reach and includes a Winch Attachment, Winch Tensioner, 5/8" Bow Shackle, 8' Tree Saver Strap, a pair of Hi-Lift Gloves, and a Hardware & Gear Bag.

Hi-Lift Jack Off-Road Kit

The ORK's dual choker chains enable one to winch manually with the Hi-Lift Jack without having to re-rig the set-up every few feet.

Hi-Lift Jack Lift-Mate

Another useful accessory for the Hi-Lift Jack is the Lift-Mate.

If you do not have a heavy-duty winch bumper, you should. However, reality is that most fourwheelers do not. Use the Lift-Mate on newer model trucks with bumpers that are not compatible with a bumper-style jack, and lift these vehicles by the wheel.

Many other offroad vehicles have front and rear lift points, but also have larger tires, lifts, and flexy suspensions that require extensive lifting height ability from the jack. To lift one of this vehicle's tires off the ground with a Hi-Lift Jack would be very precarious, as the vehicle's body would have to be lifted to great heights to lift a wheel off the ground.

Hi-Lift Jack Lift-Mate

The Lift-Mate securely attaches to the Hi-Lift Jack's lifting tongue.

Hi-Lift Jack Lift-Mate

Using the Lift-Mate permits the vehicle to be lifted directly from the wheel, which greatly reduces the amount of travel required to lift the wheel to an adequate and safe height.

Hi-Lift Jack Lift-Mate

The LM-100 has a lifting capacity of 5,000 lb., more than enough to lift the corner of an offroad vehicle.

Hi-Lift Jack Lift-Mate

The Lift-Mate features rubber-coated hooks and thick rubber padding to protect the vehicle's wheels and tires.

Hi-Lift Jack Lift-Mate

When your vehicle is stuck, it is a simple matter to use the Lift-Mate to lift one of your vehicle's wheels.

Hi-Lift Jack Lift-Mate

With the wheel raised, rocks may be stacked under the stuck wheel to provide additional grip or clearance to get the vehicle unstuck.

Many bumper manufacturers design their bumpers for use specifically with the Hi-Lift Jack and not other lifting jacks. This TJM T15 Bull Bar features receptacles that accept the Hi-Lift Jack's lifting tongue. Without these receptacles, there would be no safe way to lift the front of this vehicle with the Hi-Lift Jack.

Here is a close-up of the latest T15's jacking receptacle. The Receptacle is T-shaped to accommodate the T-shaped cross section of the Hi-Lift Jack's lifting tongue.

The TJM's receptacle mates perfectly with the Hi-Lift Jack's lifting tongue. This receptacle will fit the lifting tongue of only the genuine Hi-Lift Jack.

The front of the vehicle can be lifted with the Hi-Lift Jack. The Hi-Lift Jack's lifting tongue is securely held by the T15's receptacle and the probably of the tongue's slipping is very remote.

TJM is not the only bumper manufacturer that specifies the Hi-Lift Jack. ARB Winch Bars can be fitted with a Hi-Lift Jack Adapter to lift the front of vehicles fitted with the ARB Winch Bar. This Adapter will fit only the genuine Hi-Lift Jack.

If you own a Defender, you might want to examine this Defender 90/110 Adapter available through Land Rover Stuff. This 90/110 Adapter will let you use your Hi-Lift Jack to lift the front and rear of your Defender.

Hi-Lift Jack Bumper Lift

Without such bumpers or specialized tools, it is often difficult for many people to lift the front or rear of their vehicles using the Hi-Lift Jack. We recommend the Hi-Lift Jack Bumper Lift on newer-model vehicles with bumpers that are not otherwise compatible with being lifted with the Hi-Lift Jack because the Hi-Lift Jack's lifting tongue is too short to reach the curved bottom edge of the bumper.

Hi-Lift Jack Bumper Lift

The Lift-Mate securely attaches to the Hi-Lift Jack's lifting tongue.

Hi-Lift Jack Bumper Lift

The Bumper Lift features a through-bolt that needles through the gusseted hole at the bottom of the Hi-Lift Jack's lifting tongue. This through-bolt ensures that the Bumper Lift's mounting loop remains securely affixed to the Hi-Lift Jack's lifting tongue.

Hi-Lift Jack Bumper Lift Hi-Lift Jack Bumper Lift

The hooked end of the Bumper Lift grabs onto the bottom edge of a vehicle's bumper and permits the vehicle to be lifted directly from the bottom edge of the bumper. The Bumper Lift features a lifting capacity of 3,000 lb.

Hi-Lift Jack Bumper Lift

Obviously, if your front or rear bumper is made from thin sheet metal and will not support the vehicle's weight without deforming, the Bumper Lift is not for you. This tool is intended to be used with heavy-duty bumpers only.

Hi-Lift Jack Handle-All

The Hi-Lift Jack Handle-All is four tools in one. The Handle-All differs from other multifunction tools in two primary ways: (1) the Handle-All features full-sized, interchangeable heads for full function; and (2) the Handle-All disassembles into a very compact space for easy storage and transport.

Hi-Lift Jack Handle-All Interchangeable Implement Heads

The Handle-All can be configured into a shovel, sledge hammer, pickaxe, or axe. All of the heads are full-sized and purpose-built rather than configured into some compromise shape to work with an axe head permanently affixed to the handle.

Hi-Lift Jack Handle-All In Shovel Configuration

The Handle-All shovel is actually a real shovel instead of some ridiculous attempt at a shovel blade attached perpendicularly to an axe head. The assembled shovel is approximately 42" tall,

Hi-Lift Jack Handle-All Shovel Head

and the blade is of substantial size with a good amount of bowl and rake for moving soil efficiently.

Hi-Lift Jack Handle-All and 60" Hi-Lift X-Treme Jack

To give you an idea of the size of the assembled Handle-All shovel, here it is shown beside a 60" Hi-Lift X-Treme Jack.

Hi-Lift Jack Handle-All Sledge Hammer Configuration

The Handle-All sledge hammer is a real sledge hammer.

Hi-Lift Jack Handle-All 6 lb. Sledge Hammer Head

The head of the sledge hammer is the 6 lb. size.

Hi-Lift Jack Handle-All Reduced Sledge Hammer Configuration

For lighter jobs where a full-sized sledge hammer is not required, only half the handle may be fitted.

Hi-Lift Jack Handle-All Pickaxle Head

The Handle-All pickaxe is actually a real pickaxe,

Hi-Lift Jack Handle-All Pickaxe Point

with both a pointed for punching through rocky soil,

Hi-Lift Jack Handle-All Pickaxe Chiseled End

and a chiseled end for chopping through rooted soil.

Hi-Lift Jack Handle-All Axe Head

The Handle-All axe is actually a real axe,

Hi-Lift Jack Handle-All Axe Head Bit

with bit and concave cheeks,

Hi-Lift Jack Handle-All Axe Head Poll

as well as a poll to aid in splitting jobs.

Hi-Lift Jack Handle-All

The Handle-All is the only tool of its kind that combines real function with compactness.

Hi-Lift Jack Handle-All Storage/Transport Bag

The entire assembly fits into this compact storage/transport case, which is included. The disassembled size of the Handle-All is small enough that it need not be stored on a roof rack or winch bumper.

Hi-Lift Jack Handle-All Shovel Head Hi-Lift Jack Handle-All Sledge Hammer Head Hi-Lift Jack Handle-All Axe Head Hi-Lift Jack Handle-All Pickaxe Head

All of the Handle-All heads are detachable,

Hi-Lift Jack Handle-All Interchangeable Head System

and share the same fitting where they plug into the Handle-All's handles.

Hi-Lift Jack Handle-All Detachable Handles

The Handle-All's handle may be broken down into two pieces for more compact storage and transport, or for when full-sized implements are not required for smaller jobs.

Hi-Lift Jack Handle-All Cotter Pin

The Handle-All uses cotter pins to hold the implements together.

Daystar Red Hi-Lift Jack Isolator

The Hi-Lift Jack is so successful a recovery tool that many other companies product accessories for the Hi-Lift Jack. One such accessory is the Daystar Hi-Lift Jack Isolator. This polyurethane isolator secures the handle on your Hi-Lift Jack when the Jack is not in use, and makes transporting your Hi-Lift Jack much quieter and easier. The Isolator holds the Hi-Lift Jack's handle away from the standard and completely eliminates annoying rattles. The Isolator is secure enough that wrapping the Hi-Lift Jack's handle and standard with a Velcro strap is totally necessary.

Bill Burke

Possessing a Hi-Lift Jack and the accessories therefor is but part of the formula for safe and effective recoveries. No matter what recovery tools you acquire, you must possess the knowledge and skill to use them safely and efficiently. We believe there is no better teacher for inculcating such knowledge and skill than Bill Burke of 4-Wheeling America.

4-Wheeling America's Getting UNStuck With Bill Burke DVD

If you cannot attend one of Bill's training seminars, then the Getting UNStuck DVD is available. In this DVD, Bill has taken his almost half century of fourwheeling experience and condensed it into two hours of detailed vehicle recovery techniques. Traveling from Moab to the beaches of Cape Cod and back across the Colorado Rockies, Bill takes us through desert and barren mountain peaks to illustrate the proper recovery techniques and proper use of recovery products such as Superwinch Winches & Winching Tools, Bow Shackles, Pull-Pal Land Anchor, Hi-Lift Jack, Heavy-Duty Transport Chains, Protective Gloves, proper recovery points like the Shackle Mounting Brackets or Dixon-Bate Tow Jaws, RUD 4x4 Grip Chains, and synthetic winch lines. This DVD is not a replacement for personal training with Bill, but it is a very good start in the right direction.

 

 

Instructions For Using Your Hi-Lift Jack