Hi-Lift Jack HL424 42" Black Cast and Steel Jack

Hi-Lift Jack HL424 42

Hi-Lift Jack HL424 42" Black Cast and Steel Jack

Hi-Lift Jack HL424 42" Black Cast and Steel Jack:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! I bought this to pull up trees 3 to 6 inches in diameter. I used it both as a tripod jack with 2x4 legs and a come-along. I got this 60 inch version because I didn't want to have to constantly reset to pull the trees; I was correct to do this, I used every inch and it would have taken longer with a 48 inch model. I also liked that it had a shackle on the top already and I didn't have to find or make one. Yeah, I like black better than red too.I'm an average guy and I found it pretty exhausting to move around and get in place. It is heavy. If you are less capable in the man-handling heavy objects department, maybe get the shorter one or a helper. I don't take this as a pro or con.The foot is small, I had to put a board under it, but a few times I liked the flexibility of the small foot for placement, so that is also not a pro or con.Pros:I put this thing in situations that would have tacoed lesser jacks; even with the increased length as a weakness, it did not fail. At no point did I worry about it when using it as a come-along, but I did question the capability of my towing strap.I got it really dirty and it didn't freeze up.Cons:The handle clip is a joke. It can't hold the handle worth a damn so it kept flopping down.The handle is too short. I'm sure he-man can exceed the shear pin rating if they made it longer, but I'm in no danger of that. I used a cheater bar, but the handle included seems weirdly short.Overall, I'm pleased with it and would buy again, but I would like to see a future version with a handle clip that isn't worthless and a handle that's a foot longer with knurling on the last 6 to 8 inches.max 49% off,luxury,max 47% offHi-Lift Jack HL424 42" Black Cast and Steel Jack
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  • 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; Operation type : Mechanical
  • 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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Size:42 - Inch

The Hi-Lift 42 inch cast and steel jack is constructed with a mix of cast components and four high-strength stamped steel components. Performance characteristics and weight capacity remain the same as the all-cast Hi-Lift jacks but at a lower price.

WIth over 100 years of quality, the Hi-Lift Jack is a rugged, highly versatile jack that puts you in command of situations requiring lifting, pushing, pulling, winching and clamping. Although light in weight and easy to maneuver, the Hi-Lift Jack offers a rated load capacity of 4, 660 pounds (2114kg) and a tested load capacity of 7, 000 pounds (3175kg), achieving a 150% safety factor.

Our jacks are designed to help you survive in the most demanding situations - whether you are in the Moab desert canyons, the Welsh mountains, the jungle or the farmlands of Indiana.

With a full range of specially designed accessories, the Hi-Lift jack is just about the most versatile piece of off-roading, farming, auto recovery equipment you can buy.

When its a heavy duty situation, the tool had better be a Hi-Lift!

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Hi-Lift Jack HL424 42" Black Cast and Steel Jack

Hi-Lift Jack HL424 42" Black Cast and Steel Jack:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! I bought this to pull up trees 3 to 6 inches in diameter. I used it both as a tripod jack with 2x4 legs and a come-along. I got this 60 inch version because I didn't want to have to constantly reset to pull the trees; I was correct to do this, I used every inch and it would have taken longer with a 48 inch model. I also liked that it had a shackle on the top already and I didn't have to find or make one. Yeah, I like black better than red too.I'm an average guy and I found it pretty exhausting to move around and get in place. It is heavy. If you are less capable in the man-handling heavy objects department, maybe get the shorter one or a helper. I don't take this as a pro or con.The foot is small, I had to put a board under it, but a few times I liked the flexibility of the small foot for placement, so that is also not a pro or con.Pros:I put this thing in situations that would have tacoed lesser jacks; even with the increased length as a weakness, it did not fail. At no point did I worry about it when using it as a come-along, but I did question the capability of my towing strap.I got it really dirty and it didn't freeze up.Cons:The handle clip is a joke. It can't hold the handle worth a damn so it kept flopping down.The handle is too short. I'm sure he-man can exceed the shear pin rating if they made it longer, but I'm in no danger of that. I used a cheater bar, but the handle included seems weirdly short.Overall, I'm pleased with it and would buy again, but I would like to see a future version with a handle clip that isn't worthless and a handle that's a foot longer with knurling on the last 6 to 8 inches.max 49% off,luxury,max 47% offHi-Lift Jack HL424 42" Black Cast and Steel Jack