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Hi all, so after buying and installing a rampage high lift jack mount on the back of the jk I've discovered that the Hercules high lift jack I own won't fit it on.

The base plate of the jack is just too big for the mount plate. Im guessing that I need to buy a different high lift jack, but which brand is the correct size to fit the mount?? As I've drilled holes in the jeep I'm not keen on changing the mount, does it know what will fit at? any advice would be greatly appreciated.


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Hi all, so after buying and installing a rampage high lift jack mount on the back of the jk I've discovered that the Hercules high lift jack I own won't fit it on.

The base plate of the jack is just too big for the mount plate. Im guessing that I need to buy a different high lift jack, but which brand is the correct size to fit the mount?? As I've drilled holes in the jeep I'm not keen on changing the mount, does it know what will fit at? any advice would be greatly appreciated.


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The jack handle is the perfect place to mount a shovel as well. I used a U-Bolt with wingnuts and a strap to secure mine.

Takes a minute to remove when needed.

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That's neat mate, also a problem solver for other guys, if they ever come across the problem.
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