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Old 11-28-2008, 10:38 AM   #2
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you could always carry a couple cut down 2x4's to put under the jack if you're on a level surface
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Old 11-28-2008, 12:38 PM   #5
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just go ahead and get a hi lift...u can get one for like 60-70 from a tractor supply or northern tools...u can get attachments to hook to the wheels or to the bumper...pretty damn handy, especially if u have some good sliders welded on and can lift the entire side up
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just go ahead and get a hi lift...u can get one for like 60-70 from a tractor supply or northern tools...u can get attachments to hook to the wheels or to the bumper...pretty damn handy, especially if u have some good sliders welded on and can lift the entire side up
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Get a different bottle jack my stock would work with the 5100's had to buy another bottle jack where the top screws up for added length and the bottle jack will fit in the stock place under the seat
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Old 12-01-2008, 01:09 PM   #9
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Slee OffRoad makes a very slick attachment that allows the HiLift to hook to sliders, rims, and D shackle mounts. Although to hook up to a factory bumper your only real option is the receiver hitch in the back. The Rubbermaid front and tin-foil rear will just fold up on you.
What attachments are you guys speaking of...links please?
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Thanks for the link
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Its not cheap, but it works great.
http://www.sleeoffroad.com/products/...kof_detail.htm



Holly Camelbacks!!! One for every day of the week? j/k I've got a MULE, and love it.

Anyway. I'm looking at buying a new floor jack and stands. Should I get anything special, or is this post mainly in response to the OEM roadside Toyota jack? What jack stands does everyone use?
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