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Old 02-25-2012, 09:14 PM   #1
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Got my TF 2.5 lift on, and hadn't really thought about it much until now.

What are you guys running lifts using to replace the corkscrew factory jack? Or does it still work? Sorry I have not tried it to see if it would.

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Got my TF 2.5 lift on, and hadn't really thought about it much until now.

What are you guys running lifts using to replace the corkscrew factory jack? Or does it still work? Sorry I have not tried it to see if it would.
Haha.

We asked the same question. Have some blocks ready

Wonder If a larger bottle jack would work?

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Old 02-25-2012, 09:39 PM   #3
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Sweet! I will check tomorrow AM I guess, I may have to order a product I suggested a while back, LoL
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I've got a High Lift jack w/a stand for use on the road, but they're really dangerous if you don't know how to use them.

For home I've got a hydraulic jack.
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I've got a High Lift jack w/a stand for use on the road, but they're really dangerous if you don't know how to use them.

For home I've got a hydraulic jack.
Where do you lift from with that KB?

Do they have extended lift arm?

Ya, those are dangerous, used it to straighten fence out, I can see that thing taking fingers easy
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Where do you lift from with that KB?

Do they have extended lift arm?

Ya, those are dangerous, used it to straighten fence out, I can see that thing taking fingers easy
They look unstable without the base.
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Where do you lift from with that KB?

Do they have extended lift arm?

Ya, those are dangerous, used it to straighten fence out, I can see that thing taking fingers easy
I've got a bumper lift attachment with mine.

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They look unstable without the base.
Yeah, I wouldn't wanna jack up my Jeep without the base.
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I have the TF 2.5 coil and 33' Duratracs....factory scissor jack works fine for me.

Having said that, I still want one of those sweet Craftsman aluminum floor jacks.
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Got my TF 2.5 lift on, and hadn't really thought about it much until now.

What are you guys running lifts using to replace the corkscrew factory jack? Or does it still work? Sorry I have not tried it to see if it would.
Unless you put on very large tires, the stock jack will still do fine. It's designed to lift at the axle, not the body.

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