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Old 04-03-2013, 10:30 AM   #21
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I'v used every inch of my 60" jack a few times. Any shorter and wouldn't have been able to get enough air under the truck to star moving sand or whatever is the situation calls for. Always alone like an idiot.
That's is my biggest reason for buying armor (skid plate, sliders) and recovery gear first... I am hitting the trails alone. None of my friends have off-road vehicles. I guess I need to make some new friends!
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not a recommended safe practice...



but if you might commonly ignore that... you'll wish you had a 60
besides... there's nothing safe about any farm jack

fits in the bed fine...
but it's a cumbersome tool no doubt

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Make sure you get the Liftmate if you dont have sliders.
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