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Old 06-21-2013, 09:32 AM   #1
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Hi Lift Jack mounting

Hi there- Just got my hands on a 48" Hi-Lift jack. I am wondering how/what some of you did to mount them in the truck. I would like to mount it to the track rail in the forward part of the bed. Thanks

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Old 06-21-2013, 09:42 AM   #2
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Hi there- Just got my hands on a 48" Hi-Lift jack. I am wondering how/what some of you did to mount them in the truck. I would like to mount it to the track rail in the forward part of the bed. Thanks

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Where did you get yours and how much? I am about to order one. Also, I think there are a lot of threads on where people mounted theirs and how.
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Old 06-21-2013, 09:45 AM   #3
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I have a relentless fab highcap lift mount. Check in the vender section for him there should be pics. They mount and slide in the rail system.
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Where did you get yours and how much? I am about to order one. Also, I think there are a lot of threads on where people mounted theirs and how.
I found it on craigslist for $60. The cheapest I found them for was in the $80 range shipping not included. This one is 48". I don't do much wheeling. I just bought a pop up and I wanted something like this for road side emergencies so I didn't have to fumble around with the bottle jack in the truck when it is all packed up. Thanks for the reply.

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I have a relentless fab highcap lift mount. Check in the vender section for him there should be pics. They mount and slide in the rail system.

I will take a look there. Thanks

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ATO Hi Lift mount.
Looks bad ass!! How much for the mount and are you short or long bed? What inch is that Hilift?
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Looks bad ass!! How much for the mount and are you short or long bed? What inch is that Hilift?
Thanks. The mounts where $76.00 with free shipping from ATO. The jack is a 60" and the truck is a DC short bed. The jack just fits,I had to remove the top piece of the jack for it to fit and I threw that behind the back seat just in case I ever need it. Since then I also flip the jack with the foot is near the tailgate so it mounts flush with the top bed rail.
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Anyone had issues with their Hi-Lift rusting from being mounted in the bed? Just wondering how necessary (or unnecessary) it might be to get the neoprene cover...
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Anyone had issues with their Hi-Lift rusting from being mounted in the bed? Just wondering how necessary (or unnecessary) it might be to get the neoprene cover...
Mine has light rusting and its inside a softopper... Humidity in the air is enough to cause rust...
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The jack is going to rust wherever you put it. The neoprene boot is good for protecting the lubricated/moving parts of the jack. I put lithium grease on the moving parts and then put the neoprene cover on it.

Mine is mounted to my roof rack.

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Hi lift and rust are synonyms. I've got mine mounted on the rails using a set of ATO mounts. The neoprene cover will fade and get holes too from exposure. Still works just isn't pretty
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I mounted mine with some homemade brackets. Took no skill to make after reading this thread.

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...ol-mounts.html

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Relentless fab makes some nice ones. Plus the logo is awesome
http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/rel...-products.html
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I also used the bed rails but only used lag bolts, washers, wingnuts and a master lock. $20 bucks in parts and half hour to mount.
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Does this work with a tonneau cover? ATO anyone else?
Im not sure, mine sticks out of the bed a little the way i have it mounted, maybe shoot relentless or ATO a PM, im sure they have been asked that before. Heres mine, it could probably just be flipped around.

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ATO Hi Lift mount.
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Im not sure, mine sticks out of the bed a little the way i have it mounted, maybe shoot relentless or ATO a PM, im sure they have been asked that before
I have since flipped mine over so the foot is at the tail gate and it sit flush under the bed rail. I will post a new pic a little later.
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