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Old 12-21-2017, 10:30 AM
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Default What Hi Lift jack mount is best?

There are so many ways to mount a Hi Lift to the JKU that I am just not sure what would be best. I have both front and rear Poison Spyder Rock Brawler bumpers on my 2014 JKU. I have researched the passenger door mount, near the spare tire, on the front bumper, inside the vehicle on the roll bar, etc....

I just don't know what would be best as my Jeep is generally a somewhat rough ride. I want something that looks great but is also functional and won't harm the vehicle itself.

What do you suggest/use? I've been contemplating the PSC Rock Brawler Hi Lift mount for on top of the spare, but not sure how secure it would be.

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I use the passenger side mount by Bolt Products and love it. Nice feature is that uses the ignition key to lock.
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Originally Posted by OldHippie View Post
I use the passenger side mount by Bolt Products and love it. Nice feature is that uses the ignition key to lock.

Do you find that it moves around a lot? Does it mar the paint at the point of contact with the Jeep body near the bottom of the mount?
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Mounts very tightly. Comes with protective washers for the finish. It is also available for the driver's side.
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I have the Rugged Ridge tailgate mount and I really like it. It looks like it belongs there on a jeep...


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In my JKUR, I mount it between the rear roll bar. Used exhaust pipe brackets and wing-nut bolts. So it's never in the weather and easy to remove and leave in the garage when I don't need it.
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I'm partial to the Jeep Swag/ Dominion Off-Road "Dave" mount. Cheap, easy to install, and out of the way.
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Originally Posted by Runewolf1973 View Post
I have the Rugged Ridge tailgate mount and I really like it. It looks like it belongs there on a jeep...

This is what I got a couple of weeks ago. I haven't had it off-road yet, but it seems very secure.
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Originally Posted by Grand Umpah View Post
In my JKUR, I mount it between the rear roll bar. Used exhaust pipe brackets and wing-nut bolts. So it's never in the weather and easy to remove and leave in the garage when I don't need it.
same as me, except I used knobs off eBay, and quickfists to attach a shovel. I canít see it in the rear view mirror, and it doesnít rattle. I actually had to use it once on the trail a month or two ago. I had the jack out in less than five minutes, and replaced in less than five minutes. For a total of about $10, except for the quick fists, I could not have been happier.
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