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.
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.