|Item Weight||3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||14.8 x 6.4 x 2.5 inches|
|Item model number||TM-750|
|Manufacturer Part Number||TM750|
|OEM Part Number||TM-750|
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Hi-Lift Jack TM-750 2"-3" Adjustable Tube Mount
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So why 3 stars???? Because, although these mounts perform and are some of the cheapest mounts I've seen, its still over $50 for brackets. These are brackets!! Why they cost almost half the jack itself I have no clue. There isn't half as much material in these as in my Hi-lift Xtreme!
I feel the purchase would have been more justified if it were providing additional value like added security but there is no way to lock the mount to secure the jack. I use a gun lock to secure the jack to the roof rack which is an added expense. Also, you can't secure the mounts themselves to the roof rack to avoid theft.
Another minor gripe, It would have been nice to have at least a minimal selection of hardware color finishes to choose from.
Call me weird, but it bothers me that I have to spend more money just to be able to bring along a jack I already paid for. If the jack was meant to stay home, then I would understand. I feel this should have been standard equipment with the purchase of the jack. It doesn't make sense to throw it in your cab or the bottom of your truck bed for convenience sake, even if you have the space and I've never seen it done. I've always seen it mounted because it needs to be. What was I thinking..... buying a recovery jack to actually BRING with me.
This is a simple solution that is well made, fits easily and holds tight. Make sure you order the correct tube size and be sure re-check the tightness of all the nuts after a few days.
A quality cable gun padlock offers a reasonable way to secure your jack against casual thieves and can probably be had for just a few dollars. I used one of the many Ruger locks I've accumulated over the years.
Because I was installing them onto my aluminum roof rack I was a little concerned about denting the tubes. To reduce the likelihood of this I put a 6" piece of automotive tubing (I think it was 1/2" hot water tube) around the bolts before installation. I figure it will help distribute the load a little. So far the installation has held up great and made installing and removing my jack totally painless.
1 pt i would like to mention... Being out in the open like that, creates an easy steal for a thief.. I would recommend adding a small cable and lock jack to bumper..
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good quality.. Only issue was that it crimped my roll bars.. Needs to be a wider bracket for attachment . side by side. .Published 18 days ago by Brian L. Lutt
Works great but I had to attach them to my lower part of the bumper so it wouldn't interfere with my headlights.Published 1 month ago by Urban Writer
Plenty strong to hold my high lift jack. Took out part of me garage door (7 foot high) when i pulled it in so i may have to put it on the front light bar. Love the ease of acess.Published 2 months ago by Don Grizzell