|05-20-2013 09:20 PM|
|gasf3||Thanks for the info!|
|05-20-2013 08:59 PM|
Mounted mine on the roll bar just the same as the OP.
Out of view and protected under the soft top.
I bought the taller High Lift and then cut it off to get the maximum height that would fit inside.
|05-20-2013 08:47 PM|
|Patrick H||You should put a cover on the mechanism. It's going to get full of dirt, mud, etc., and they WILL kick your ass when they aren't clean and lubricated. I watched my Brother get hit in the head and knocked out cold by a high lift handle when the jack malfunctioned due to the mechanism being dry and dirty....|
|05-20-2013 08:06 PM|
|callbob||nice and shiny though|
|05-20-2013 07:44 PM|
|05-20-2013 07:38 PM|
Although I have an LJ and more room, I mounted mine in the back with the bottom on the floor and the top on the opposite fender. The bottom plate is sitting on a rubber pad and the top is also. I drilled a hole in the fender well, hooked a j bolt that comes up through the jack frame and fastened with a wingnut. Tight, doesn't rattle and out of site out of mind. Only thing is I will probably never use it and have had this jack for probably 40 years. It will be coming out for that reason. I am going to invest in a air lift dealio that inflates with exhaust air or compressor. I saw a video on it somewhere and much more versatile and 100% safer.
BYW total cost was $1.00 for rubber pad and 2.49 for J bolt washer and nut.
|05-20-2013 07:35 PM|
|Trailsnail||That's just shy of being a plow|
|05-20-2013 07:33 PM|
|05-20-2013 07:21 PM|
Another Creative spot
I welded a piece of 1/4 inch steel plate to a cut off trailer hitch and put a bolt and nut through it. here is the result.
|04-06-2011 12:51 AM|
lovemachine - it's very easy, cheap, clean, and secure!
jeepers29 - thanks, your welcome.
Firemedic730 - I want to say it's the:
Stanley-National Hardware 526 U Bolt SS Item #: 252476 Model #: V2193 $3.67 from Lowes
Chocolab - your right! Where is the emoticon of pistols when you need one...
|04-06-2011 12:37 AM|
|Chocolab||Nice idea but the tire cover is even better..... WRECK EM'|
|04-05-2011 10:40 PM|
|Firemedic730||What size u-bolts did you use. Just got a high lift Jack and really like where and how you mounted yours.|
|03-21-2011 08:14 AM|
|jeepers29||Nice! Thanks for the idea.|
|03-21-2011 06:20 AM|
|lovemachine||I bookmarked this page. That's exactly how I want to mount mine.|
|03-21-2011 05:09 AM|
|Firemangully||To clear up some confusion on exactly where this is mounted.|
|03-21-2011 12:22 AM|
|Firemangully||Like rubicon05 said, it doesn't interfere and actually covers it up from opportunistics.|
|03-20-2011 10:34 AM|
|rubicon05||Thats were i run mine also, and no it dosent get in the way of the soft top. actually covers it up when the soft top is down so no one can see it in there.|
|03-20-2011 06:30 AM|
I can't tell where that is. Is it behind the back seat going side to side? I like.
Never mind, I figured it out, but won't that get in the way of the soft top when it is done?
|03-20-2011 06:04 AM|
Inexpensive Hi Lift Jack mount
Hello all, I just wanted to share a tip for mounting the jack in case you were still on the fence on where to put yours. After much debate and many threads read about mounting locations, I decided to mount mine inside and out of the elements. I decided against the hood mount, front bumper mount, and rear bumper mount. I appreciate all the help and pics leading me to my decision.
The base of the jack rests on the tub just behind the rear of the roll-cage on the drivers side. This mount secures the jack utilizing 2 u-bolts, 6 nuts, 6 washers, and 3 wing nuts and took me about 15 minutes. All items were purchased at Lowes for about 8.00.
So if your looking for a cheap, secure, and easy to do mod for mounting your jack; this one would be hard to beat.
P.S. The jack is accessible in about a minute and a half-not that your in a hurry, usually when these are used, your stuck!!