WE TEST 7 JACKS THAT WILL GET YOUR 4x4 OFF THE GROUND

You can’t ex­pect to take the scis­sor jack from the Citi Golf you used to drive in your var­sity days out into the bundu or onto the dunes. These heavy-duty jacks will see you through a tight spot.

Go! Camp & Drive - - Front Page - Text Kyle Kock Pho­tos James Garaghty, sup­plied

We’ve come a long way since the ba­sic scis­sor and bot­tle jacks com­monly found in many ve­hi­cles of yes­ter­year. Trol­ley jacks are the next best thing if you have a reg­u­lar sedan, but those re­quire a nearper­fect sur­face to work on, and are lim­ited in terms of lift­ing height. What if you have a 4x4 with raised sus­pen­sion, and are fond of head­ing out into the wild? You’re go­ing to need some­thing with a lit­tle more sub­stance, so we’ve picked out a few of the farm jacks and air jacks avail­able on our mar­ket to suit your taste and bud­get.

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