New and Improved Winch-Clamp-Spreader Attachment

Now Available!

Check out Trail Trak®

The new adaptable track mounting system for Jeep Wrangler JLU

Gladiator Cargo Management System Now Shipping!

Easily secure your cargo in your JT Gladiator pickup bed.

New Products


Trail Trak® by Hi-Lift®

Roll Cage Track Mounting System for 2018+ Jeep Wrangler JLU


Hi-Lift® Running Gear Jack Cover

New, improved design over Neoprene Jack Cover


Hi-Lift® Bed Mount for Jeep Gladiator

Fits Jeep Gladiator Models 2020+

Introducing Trail Trak®

Hi-Lift Jack and accessory mount for Jeep Wrangler JLU 4 Door


Hi-Lift® Jacks vs. hydraulic jacks

July 10, 2024

Hi-Lift® Jacks are multipurpose recovery tools designed to do more than just lift. Their value is in their ability to lift, winch, spread, hoist, clamp, etc.

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Often imitated, but NEVER duplicated

June 19, 2024

We don’t usually spend much time addressing knock-offs and imitators, but it’s our job to explain why Hi-Lift® Jacks are ALWAYS the best option. The knock-off jacks in the market are import jacks from Asia that are of similar design to the Hi-Lift®. They are priced lower because they utilize cheaper materials, cheaper foreign labor,…

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SEMA Show 2023 NEW PRODUCT Edition

October 12, 2023

Come visit with us at SEMA Show 2023 in Las Vegas, Nevada, October 31 – November 3, 2023! We’ll be at Booth #58043. At SEMA we’re featuring our latest and greatest Hi-Lift Jack products, and we’ve prepared a digital flyer to give you the lowdown on these new offerings. Download it via the button above…

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All-Cast vs. Cast & Steel Jacks. What’s the difference?

January 27, 2021

Hi-Lift Jack company produces two types of mechanical jacks, often referred to as Handyman Jacks, farm jacks, or trail jacks. Even though we produce nineteen different jack models of various sizes and colors, they are all built off of two different foundations; the All-Cast Jack and the Cast and Steel Jack. The only physical difference…

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Trail Trak® is more than just a jack mount

October 28, 2020

Earlier this year we introduced a versatile equipment mounting option for the Jeep Wrangler JLU (2018+, 4 Door Models) called the Trail Trak®. Not only does the Trail Trak® offers a great way to mount your Hi-Lift Jack on the interior of your JLU, it also opens up a long list of mounting options for…

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Handle Up!

May 9, 2019

As with any tool, safety is of utmost importance. It’s even more important when it comes to jacks or any lifting tool that is designed to lift a lot of weight. It doesn’t matter whether it’s a mechanical style jack, hydraulic jack, or screw type jack… they’re all potentially dangerous if you’re not fully aware…

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Hi-Lift Jacks bear a mark of quality

May 9, 2019

If you’ve ever bought a new Hi-Lift® Jack, you’ve probably noticed “rub marks” on the front of the upright steel standard bar. These rubs or scrapes aren’t manufacturing mistakes or finish defects. In fact, we refer to them as “Testing Scars”, and these scars are a purposeful part of our manufacturing and testing process. Prior…

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Paramedics in Mexico save lives with First Responder Jacks

February 23, 2018

This story comes to us from our friend and rescue trainer Antonio Alfaro Figueroa in Mexico. According to Antonio, there was a very serious vehicle accident that happened south of the City of Ensenada on February 18th. The fire department was the first unit to arrive, where they found the vehicle overturned and a person…

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Hi-Lift How-To: Repairing a Hi-Lift Jack On The Trail [VIDEO]

December 8, 2017

Austin Harrah, CEO of Hi-Lift Jack Company, demonstrates how to replace the key components for servicing and maintaining your Hi-Lift Jack that come in the Hi-Lift FIX-IT-KIT repair kit. The Hi-Lift Jack is one of the most important and versatile tools you can carry with you, and it’s imperative that it work when you need…

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Using First Responder Jack by Hi-Lift for Rapid Entry on Overhead Doors

November 27, 2017

By Edward Monahan Original article posted in Fire Apparatus Magazine on 7/10/2017 Many districts across the country have overhead steel roll-up doors in their first due, usually at warehouses or auto repair shops. These doors are easily identifiable by their interlocking galvanized horizontal steel flat slats that ride heavy-gauge steel channel guides on both sides.…

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