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Trail Jack Extension - Bare Steel - for Bottle, Scissor, Trolley Jacks

Trail Jack Extension - Bare Steel - for Bottle, Scissor, Trolley Jacks
Trail Jack Extension - Bare Steel - for Bottle, Scissor, Trolley Jacks
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Part Number:JE-310
  • -Includes
  • -1 1/2" weld tube
  • - Raw steel 6" ext. & 4x4 saddle

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Zinc plated + [$8.00]
11" extension + [$20.00]
Extra weld tube + [$4.00]
This converts your favorite trail jack to use our common 1½" pin/ weld tube, extension and saddle. Weld the tube to your jack, then you can use just our 4x4 saddle or get more lift with the extension. The 6" is included and works good for most vehicles, add the 11" for even more height.

-Includes - 1½" weld tube, 6" extension, 4x4 saddle
-Weld tube - 1½" x .188" wall DOM - 1 1/8" I.D.

-Bottle jacks - Best for 4 ton. Will work on larger jacks, but our extensions are only rated for 4 tons.
-H1 scissor jack - our weld tube will press over the pin. It is recommended to weld the tilting part of the pin solid.
-Scissor & Trolley jacks - Remove factory pad and weld our tube to the jack base.
-Toyota screw jacks - We don't recommend using our extension with these. Our 4x4 saddle alone will work good. It can be purchased separately and will slide over the top easily, after a little sanding.

12/19/22 update applications & bottle jack recommendation
5 Stars
Awesome idea and implementation
This is an awesome jack mod, a little bit of grinding to the built in post and this jack is now super safe and easier to use! It will be much more compact than a highlift and with a nice base for use in softer terrain will work very well in offroad situations as well. I purchased most of the other attachments for my Pittsburgh floor jack and will be using them both in the garage and on the trail.
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Reviewed by:  from UP of MI. on 12/5/2022
5 Stars
Solid kit
Bought this kit for my 8 ton Harbor Freight bottle jack. Easy assembly if your mildly handy with a welder and a grinding disc. Took about 30-45 minutes to put together. With this specific jack, I chose to grind enough of the stock "pad" on my jack, so the weld-on piece fit around it. Some folks choose to weld that piece directly to the top, but my method has been flawless with several projects and vehicle maintenance. 10/10, would recommend.
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Reviewed by:  from Virginia . on 12/22/2022

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