Bushranger X-Jack Inflatable Vehicle Jack

Jan 25, 2019

Category: Gear

Changing a tire is one of those tasks that, other than satisfying your own need to know that you can still do it, offers little in the way of fun. No one would ever root for a flat or to get stuck in the mud, but if it happens, you might as well have some fun with the process and use the X-Jack from Bushranger.

With its dual inflation system, grip feet, and triple-layer top with a hard core insert for added protection and stability, the X-Jack is as advanced a tool as it is a unique one. You pump it up via the exhaust or a portable air compressor, which also gives you extra control in determining the rate and extent of the lift. Not for use with blow-up dolls made in China. [Purchase]

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