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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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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