Jeff,...hold yourself back, come awn, a regular ol highlift will do judt as well, hahahaha, just bustin your balls.
I have seen those thing advertised before, It seems like it would be more work than a regular jack.
Adversity is imminent, versatility is mandatory, misery is optional.
Yikes! $300?! [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/shocked.gif[/img] A Highlift and a 1' x 1' x 1/2" slab of plywood would be cheaper. Just put the wood under the base of the jack to keep it from sinking.. You could drill holes in the wood that matched your bolt pattern on the spare tire rack and store it behind your spare when not in use.. Plus you won't have to worry about popping it if it finds a jagged edge under the rig.... Bret
Come on guys....Its pricy and rediculous...but it IS pretty cool ad FUNNY AS HELL! Think about it...can you picture H* with that thing under his Jeep somewhere in Tellico...his flex would probably still leave all four wheels on the ground...but come on...it's be funny.......
Give me Jeep or Give me Death!!!
(Will trade functioning organs for CJ-7 or flatfender)
I while I would not use this for offroad, when I worked as a tow-truck driver, we used to use larger versions of these to right semi-trailers. They are handy for getting under a vehicle that is on a flat surface and getting it turned back over gently/slowly. These things were the ONLY thing that some insurance companies would allow to be used on the trailers, cause it was the only thing that wouldn't destroy them.
But that's just my $.02
'83 CJ-7 nothing original but the tub and axle tubes