Part #: NJC
My Hi-Lift has served me well over the years, but with my new bumper it was now spending most of it's time out exposed to the elements. I wanted some type of cover for it, but all the ones I had seen covered the entire Jack, or somehow interferred with mounting it to the bumper. Hi-Lift came out with a new product made of neoprene (wetsuit material) that covered just the working portion of the jack. This was perfect for what I wanted.
|Here is what comes when you order the cover.|
|Unzip the cover.|
|Slip the cover around the Hi-Lift Jack and zip it up.|
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This page last updated: 30-Jun-2011
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