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Jacking and recovery

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11 Jan 2019 18:23 #200481 by Lambert
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I may have asked this years ago but that was then. What is there in the way of recovery points that incorporate a high lift jack point front and rear? I know that jimnybits do theirs but they don't have jack tubes? I'm not wanting a pair of full bumpers just small discreet projections through the plastics. What is there?

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11 Jan 2019 18:42 #200484 by jackonlyjack
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nothing I've ever seen as a recovery point
Only rock sliders with Hi lift points
I can lift my rear end one side at a time with Hi lift under the recovery points i made

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11 Jan 2019 18:56 #200488 by Lambert
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Hmmm I guess I could always modify the jimnybits ones with some heavy wall pipe?

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11 Jan 2019 19:13 #200496 by jackonlyjack
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Possibly only issue i can think would be is that the bumper tops stick out a fair bit from the recovery points
also the rears sit horizontal
fronts sit vertical so could possibly weld a tube to the under side

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11 Jan 2019 19:31 #200502 by Riccy
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pretty sure you can get a shackle adapter for a high lift jack ;-)

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11 Jan 2019 19:38 #200503 by Lambert
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Ooh a shackle attachment sounds interesting, will have a look for one.

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11 Jan 2019 20:08 #200507 by jackonlyjack
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Thanks for that info Riccy :)
Best dust off my hi lift possibilities are endless now
Now where to attach the jack to my Jimny ;)

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