I use one as well as a standard floor jack & various bottle jacks. I have used it on the frame, axle tubes, diff, & to aid installing the new bumpers. Never a problem. Just be careful & watch it as you go up and down. since the lift point is a bit smaller than a standard floor jack, the load can slide so pay attention. Always use jack stands, even if the Jeep is not resting on it, it will save you if the jack fails or slips.
Black Forest Green 2012 JKU Sahara, Tinted Windows, Chromed Door Handles, Star Fab Door Stops, Brake controller, Poly Filled Speakers, Black Hole Mod, DIY Grill Inserts, Blinker Mod, Aries Front Bumper, Spyder Rear Bumper, 2" Rancho Lift, Quick Disconnects, 9K winch, 315/70/17 Duratracs on 17x8.5 Warlords, IL-PU36, X-treme 9008 bulbs & PIAA's