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Re: Hi Lift Pros/Cons and preferred placement

Usedbutnotabused previously said: View Post
I would say, if you have sliders, a high lift is very useful. Without sliders, and the adaptor to lift from them, it won't get much use on the trail. I've changed many tires lifting from the sliders and pulled out stumps and moved a shed. They are powerful, if crude, tools. Without good points to lift the vehicle from, they are less useful on the trail than you think.

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I have sliders and arb bumpers. I don't know the ideal jack placements.

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