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post #1 of 8 Old 04-16-2009, 07:59 AM Thread Starter
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Hi Lift Lift Mate NEW

This came out of my Recovery Box and is now for sale. It is NEW and never been used but is not in the original box.

$30 SHIPPED!!


08 Rubicon Unlimited-Just about stock!
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08 Rubicon Unlimited-Just about stock!
I'll keep my guns, my freedom, and my money... You keep "The Change"!
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Wish I had seen that base before I cut the check
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Ok so it's sold and I guess ok to hijack, so teach me ObiOne...by lifting on the tire, it's just a safer anchor pint to "lift the vehicle" for whatever reasons you need to lift it on whatever particular side right? Obviously this wouldn't work whereby you want to change out a wheel, strap the axle and jack on whatever safe point you have, just always wondered about these wheel straps for the hi-lift.
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I got the base about 30 seconds after he posted it Billy

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Ok so it's sold and I guess ok to hijack, so teach me ObiOne...by lifting on the tire, it's just a safer anchor pint to "lift the vehicle" for whatever reasons you need to lift it on whatever particular side right? Obviously this wouldn't work whereby you want to change out a wheel, strap the axle and jack on whatever safe point you have, just always wondered about these wheel straps for the hi-lift.
I've used mine to lift the tire up to stack some rocks under it.

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I've used mine to lift the tire up to stack some rocks under it.
ahhh....when you don't have a "gopher"...or "helpful spotter" that would be nice to have for just cannot quite make it ledges
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