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03-23-2012 11:18 PM
Mfuryous I have. Just put the lift part in the hitch. It kinda holds it. I've lifted the full 4 foot to stack rail road ties under the tires.
03-23-2012 09:54 PM
Casotakar1229 good question. but not sure why you wouldn't replace that ugly rear bumper if you have the option. that is my next modification along with a tf leveling kit. I hate the stock bumpers on the jeeps, ugly and they are a POS imo.
03-23-2012 06:22 PM
Phaedrus
Stock Rear Bumper & Hi-Lift Jack

The mods I have installed on my new JKU are approaching $7K and I still have not replaced the stock rear bumper. (they say that when you are in a hole to stop digging ) Not sure why I would need to replace the stocker other than to have a jacking point for my Hi-Lift. Has anybody successfully used a Hi-Lift jack (yeah I know, from experience, how dangerous they are) on the stock rear bumper without damage?

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