|Manufacturer||Hi-Lift Jack Company|
|Model||Hi-Lift 48" X-Treme Jack|
|Item Weight||33.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||51.2 x 10.5 x 5 inches|
|Item model number||HLJXT485|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||XT-485|
|OEM Part Number||XT-485PC|
|Cover Included||Safe Use Instructions, Jack|
Hi-Lift Jack XT485 48" Hi-Lift X-TREME Jack
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- The Hi-Lift Jack X-TREME jack is our top of the line, all-cast jack that includes many special features
- Unique gold zinc-coated winch/clamp/spreader attachment ensures the greatest rust resistance from extreme use for all the hardware
- Two piece handle and socket is durable and reliable, One position for all winching, clamping, and spreading positions
- Safe use information stickers, including rated load details and operating instructions, affixed to handle
- PLEASE BE AWARE: Please make sure you are purchasing directly from AMAZON (Ships from and sold by Amazon.com). We are not responsible for orders made through other 3rd party sellers on this listing.
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The Hi-Lift X-TREME is for the serious Hi-Lift user, offering the "top of the line" all-cast version (48" or 60" sizes) with a special top winch-clamp-spreader attachment that provides the ultimate in multi-use functionality. The X-TREME Top Clamp replaces the top clamp-clevis of the standard Hi-Lift models and provides the ability to winch, clamp, and spread up to 5, 000 lbs. X-TREME Top Clamp Features: - 7/8” shackle holes for easy, secure, non-binding attachment - 3/8” chain slot for easy, secure winching and quick slack adjustment. No hook is required. - Attachable at any point on the Jack’s steel standard bar for more versatility. - Cut-out wedge for gripping when spreading.
From the manufacturer
Hi-Lift X-Treme Jack
For vehicle recovery in the most demanding situations.
X-Treme Jack Features
The Hi-Lift X-TREME is for the serious Hi-Lift user, offering the "top of the line" all-cast version (48" or 60" sizes) with a special top winch-clamp-spreader attachment that provides the ultimate in multi-use functionality.
The X-TREME Top Clamp replaces the top clamp-clevis of the standard Hi-Lift models and provides the ability to winch, clamp, and spread up to 5,000 lbs.
7000lb (3175.14kg) Tested Capacity.
Available in 48", & 60" Heights. (122, & 152cm)
Lifts, Winches, Clamps, & More.
X-Treme Top Clamp Features
- 7/8" Shackle holes for easy/secure, non-binding shackle attachment
- 3/8" Chain slot for easy/secure winching and quick slack adjustment. No hook required.
- Cut-out wedge for 'gripping' when spreading.
- Top-clamp can be attached at any point on the Hi-Lift 'I' Beam with quick-tightening wing nut.
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First thing I did was oil the beast up, even so on this first use the coating just scraped right off the main beam of the jack. Either I got a lemon or their "high quality durable powder coat" is quite the inaccurate description. This is the first experience I've had with the hi lift type jack and I think its going to be very useful.
Initially I received the wrong jack. I was shipped the 42 "UTV" version instead of the 48 X-treme I ordered. There was a sticker on the outside of the box that designated it the UTV but I didn't catch it. When I got the proper jack it too had a sticker on the otherwise plain box, designating it the x-treme.
If you can afford it, I would also recommend that if you're purchasing one of these to get a hi-lift recovery kit or something along those lines as those can work as a winch if you don't have one mounted onto your vehicle.
This jack has saved my butt countless times and has saved many others that I wheel with as well. If you're a newbie just getting into off-roading, I recommend just purchasing one of these to have with you at all times. It can be bulky if kept inside the vehicle, so try to have it mount somewhere outside. I have mine mounted onto my roof rack.
I believe that the jack will perform most of your expectations, if it functions the way it's suppose to right out of the box.
If not, send it back, and get a new one.
Anything made by man can be defective, and you can't depend upon quality control to catch it.
Now, about the finish of the Xtreme"s powder coat, which disappoints consumers.
The powder coat does chip off where metal rubs metal, but I don't know of a material that won't come off if rubbed long enough, and hard enough.
The powder coat is hard and brittle, so if it gets wacked hard enough, or scraped hard enough, it's going to come off.
I don't imagine that they put a lot of investment in making the powder coat bullet proof.
Having said all that, if the extra cost of the powder coat will disappoint you if it comes off in places, be prepared to be disappointed.
I purchased the jack for Farm use, so I can't really speak to the sport aspect of it.
From the reviews, it does a great job off road.
The jack is built like a tank, I can't imagine it not lifting anything within reason.
I'm sure that it has it's weight limit, but I can't imagine anything in the automotive range that it won't lift.
I would buy it again for my needs, even if the powder coat does come off.
Take care of it, and it will out last you.
Added two wood pieces to make it a tripod.
Then the base kept sinking so added a wood base to the base to stop the sinking.
The chain kept slipping so added a bolt there.
After all of that it helped me pull around 20 concrete posts.
I tried using it for stumps, no luck there. It was impossible to pull the lever.
Added an extension and within 2 cranks it broke. Warranty says no adding extensions.
So this thing works fine within the limits.
At no time did I have to strain or seek any assistance in lifting the units by myself. Last week, I removed my fence posts with no issues, some were buried below the surface while others were above ground. The shed is shown prior to lifting it up 4" to 6" and then placing additional support block underneath them, including the center support beam(s).
I keep mine in a canvas bag, the well made "jack protector" sleeve from Hi-lift that sells for $30. Many guys like to have the jack out in the open on their vehicle 100% of the time to show it off but this puts dirt and grime into the mechanism and not that smart to do.