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Baja Designs Kwik Jack - Tire Change In A Jiffy

Posted in How To on September 1, 2010
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Most race jacks are super expensive. Hi-Lifts need a point to lift from or they'll tear up stock bumpers and sheetmetal. And OEM factory jacks are not meant for the more frequent lifting duties that off-roaders require. Short of carrying a hydraulic floor jack in your ride, what's a fella to do if tire changing is a concern?

How about putting a Baja Designs Kwik Jack under your seat in place of the factory bottle jack or scissor jack? The CO2-powered Kwik jack is a bottle-style jack that measures only 12.5 inches when collapsed and has a 6-inch lifting stroke. The top post is also adjustable from 0 to 6 inches for a taller starting point.

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Baja Designs
San Marcos, CA 92069

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