|Item Weight||28.9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||60.5 x 10.5 x 6.8 inches|
|Item model number||HL-484|
|Manufacturer Part Number||HL484|
|OEM Part Number||HL-484PC|
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Hi-Lift Jack HL484 48" Hi-Lift Black Cast and Steel Jack
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- The Hi-Lift Jack HL484 48 inch cast and steel jack is constructed with a mix of cast components and four high-strength stamped steel components
- Top winch connector clamp and powder coated finish with zinc-plated hardware standard on all jacks
- Two piece handle and socket is durable and reliable
- Safe use information stickers, including rated load details and operating instructions, affixed to handle
- For greater safety, all Hi-Lift jacks are equipped with a shear bolt which prevents the jack from being used on loads greater than 7000 pounds
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Top Customer Reviews
Also a hi lift jack handle strap.
Don't forget to occasionally clean and oil it so that it stays good. Mine is in the elements on my jeep year round. I take and oil it and clean it about twice a year.
Also I got a cable lock to lock to my jeep as my first one got taken.
- Large chunks of black paint flaked off of this jack during just one practice use (jacking a truck up a few inches keeping all four wheels still on the ground). If this is a powder coat paint job, it's the worst I've ever seen. There's really no reason why large strips of paint should be flaking off with almost no effort (see photos). I was sad that an American company would even let my jack out the door.
- Jacking down for the first time caused an unexpected load drop. The jack seemed to climb down two pin levels just fine but the third stroke caused the jack to drop my truck and kick out unexpectedly (way more than 150 lbs of load on it). I read the directions, watched the videos and was careful to follow the safety recommendations. Incidentally, after flaking more paint off I tried it again and the jack didn't drop the load or kick out the second time around. I guess this is a good reason to practice with a safe load to ensure your jack is functioning properly - however, from a point of quality that should have already been done by the manufacturer.
- A minor point. The top clevis was out of place on my jack when I received it. This prevented me from putting the rubber handle holder on it. Not a big deal - I ended up loosening the bolt and resetting the clevis into the correct position.
UPDATE: I ended up buying the Hi-Lift Extreme. The paint quality is MUCH higher on that model. I am convinced now that the jack I noted above had excess paint in the holes from a shoddy paint job -- this caused jack pins to set improperly on first use.
They are heavy and awkward to store while almost impossible for use with boat trailers but I really think all vehicles and trailers should be designed to carry and use Hi-Lifts. But it takes some doing to hoist my Harley...
Other than that, the jack works fine in a shop setting although I sometimes worry that when a vehicle doesn't have a lift point that permits lifting it except by using the wheel-accessory to lift by attaching to the wheel of the vehicle that I worry about breaking the bead on the tire for wheels where the tire extends past the width of the rim. I've never broken a bead on a tire this way and haven't worried about that risk in a shop setting because re-filling a tire in a shop is not a problem. But in a rescue scenario, I really wouldn't want to have to re-fill a tire after breaking a bead because of this jack. Generally speaking, in a rescue scenario there are always fewer tools and resources available than ideal and the fewer problems that "solutions" like this jack creates, the better.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have been keeping it inside the Jeep based on the other reviews because they do rust quickly. It is a work horse.Published 4 days ago by Bubba nuts
Great high-rise jack for any need. I put this jack and a few accessories in the optional carry bag so that I can stash it in my truck whenever I go off road or into the snow. Read morePublished 6 days ago by N. Barbieri
A must have for outback adventuring. It could literally save your life!Published 8 days ago by Jason R.
These are a must have if your truck or jeep has a lift kit. There's a million uses for these and counting.Published 11 days ago by Zach Brown
I am a contractor and am plagued by very hard to remove fence posts and boulders in the ground. After several uses, no failures yet, with the use of a 4 foot long 2 x 6 as a solid... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Daniel McDonald
The paint come off after using an its starting to rust. Have to sand an repaintPublished 20 days ago by Amazon Customer
Product arrived ahead of schedule with all hardware and in good shape. I did test the product for functionality and it works great. Read morePublished 1 month ago by greg rush