WHEN you’re happy with the bag position and confident the 4x4 won’t roll away when lifted, bump the gearstick into neutral and start the engine. The 4x4 should be void of passengers, with only the operator in the immediate area controlling the ignition through an open window. Keep the revs low to ensure a slow and controlled lift. Adjusting the idle up will often blow the exhaust bung out rather than speed up the process. Cut the ignition when the bag makes contact with the chassis and double-check that it’s lifting evenly.