|Item Weight||19.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5 x 24 x 25 inches|
|Item model number||72X10|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Manufacturer Part Number||72X10|
|OEM Part Number||72X10|
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ARB 72X10 Orange Bushranger X-Jack Kit
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- In unstable areas of mud, sand and snow, the X-Jack offers a wider footprint to avoid sinking, and uses specially designed, triangular shaped feet to keep the unit firmly grounded
- Triple layer top and hard core insert for added protection and stability
- Unique two way inflation system, either the exhaust or a portable air compressor can be used
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Particularly well suited to use in sand, mud and snow, and with a lifting capacity of 4400 pounds, the exhaust operated X - Jack is an invaluable recovery tool, providing up to 31 inch of vehicle lift.
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Anyways with compressor it started to lift the car. I bought this as simple way to lift my car, but turns out that it does not work as advertised thru the exhaust tube and I decided to return it.
This airbag jack is ideal if you have a recent manufacture car with the underside covered with plastic panels for aerodynamics which prevent you from placing jack stands anywhere other than under the jacking points (which can't be used for jack stands if used for the jack). If positioned appropriately, it distributes the load so the plastic panels aren't broken. It's also nice to lift the entire side of the car at once rather than having to jack one corner and the the other and it lifts higher than most floor jacks. It will even raise my F250 4wd.
Another drawback is that this airbag jack is takes up quite a bit of space so you may not want to carry it all the time. I only use it for working on the car.
Low pressure (up to 10 psi) can work off of exhaust pressure to raise your car, but also has back-up inflation method of air compressor inflation via an included valve stem. It is wide, which makes off-pavement jacking a lot less headache inspiring, and has triangular metal spike "feet" on the bottom that can help hold the jack in place against the substrate.
1) It really does lift well, and fairly quickly with the exhaust-inflation option.
2) Its wide base makes lifting the car when off pavement much better than any factory jack.
3) Its durable ballistic nylon case's OD green color. It has a large circumference, but very flat. Storage is not a snap--you will know it is there--but because of its flatness, it is not that bad either.
4) It lifts high. This is a great advantage since lifted (off road) cars often cannot make good use of a factory jack.
1) It is a (rather thick) rubberized plastic balloon. It MUST not come into contact with any sharp edges OR hot metal pieces underneath the car, or it WILL fail--possibly in a spectacular fashion.
2) The intake cup does not fit over the exhaust pipe of all cars. Cars with larger pipes (especially flared or beveled ends) will not make a seal. For those you will have to break out the air compressor.
3) Even on exhaust pipes which do fit in the intake cup, you have to hold it pressed into the exhaust pipe hard enough to keep the seal--the seal won't hold itself. Constantly having to press the cup into the exhaust pipe hard enough to maintain the seal throughout the entire pump requires effort, and could be draining on those with poor physical conditioning. For these folks, the alternate compressor valve stem becomes the better option.
4) The exhaust inflation hose could be a bit longer, even 2 or 3 feet would have made using it on the front wheels easier.
5) It is not effortless, as advertised. However, on the plus side, it has an excellent one-way valve that immediately kicks in as soon as the cup comes off the exhaust, without losing any significant amount of air, so one can press and rest in intervals.
6) It is not very horizontally stable, you _MUST_ be on a pretty level surface or the jack will want to let the car "spill" off to the downhill slope side.
7) It can only lift about 4400 lbs, and many off road cars will exceed this. Be careful.
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