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DIY Hi-Lift Jack Mount Idea

lcp

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It ain't fancy or flashy, but it's quick, strong, practical, easy, and cheap. Materials: 2- 1' lengths of 2"x1/4" angle iron, two 2" lengths of 2"x 1/4" flat strap (to weld onto the top of the angle iron, a couple 3/8" bolts, washers, and nuts (to attach the jack to the mounts). It puts the jack in a very convenient location and allows it to serve as a grill guard while mounted.

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reedcharlie75

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I had one exactly like that, minus the winch, on my CJ-7 20 years ago. I can’t tell if you made a way to lock it on, if not I would recommend that, but it looks great
 

Roxasuras

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Hi lift make the screw posts that lock so it is not supposed to back out.
 
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