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Old 12-06-2011, 07:29 AM #16
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hi lifting

I'm thinking you don't want to lift it by the nfab steps, not sure where else you can hook (other than using a wheel strap and jackstand and that is awkward)

I use this on my sliders
Where the heck do I put my Hi-Lift Jack?-sbe2_2-jpg

I would recommend making a lift with the jack in a nice safe place to make sure you know how things work.
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Read a thread about Hi Lifts and stumble across a solution to dog hair in the cargo area. Life is sweet!

Makdad - how to you like the Canvasback Cargo Liner? I see its held in place with Velcro - is it sturdy enough?
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You can use something like a wheelmate if your rims will allow it, but you'll need to pack something to use for a jackstand as well. If you don't have hard rails or bumpers, I'd skip the hilift and get an exhaust jack.
Are you using the jackstand for doing on the trail repairs? I've lifted my TE using a Lift-Mate on the stock wheels enough to stack some rocks under the tire and get on my way. Just remember to chock the opposite tire for stability.
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The liner is great. The velcro is very strong and I've never worried about it moving. To get rid of dog fur all you have to do is put the rear window down and drive. If it gets muddy just let the mud dry and sweep it out. Highly recommend it.


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Read a thread about Hi Lifts and stumble across a solution to dog hair in the cargo area. Life is sweet!

Makdad - how to you like the Canvasback Cargo Liner? I see its held in place with Velcro - is it sturdy enough?
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The liner is great. The velcro is very strong and I've never worried about it moving. To get rid of dog fur all you have to do is put the rear window down and drive. If it gets muddy just let the mud dry and sweep it out. Highly recommend it.
Perfect! I just placed my order. Sorry for the Hi Jack (get it?)
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Are you using the jackstand for doing on the trail repairs? I've lifted my TE using a Lift-Mate on the stock wheels enough to stack some rocks under the tire and get on my way. Just remember to chock the opposite tire for stability.
It makes getting out of sand easy, sure enough. I did have to use it on my Explorer (no hard-points) to change a flat, once, when the bottlejack failed. I found a log big enough to use that time, but now I pack a jackstand when I'm back-country with the Explorer, and it's a pain. Nobody makes a proper collapsible jack-stand, so I think I'll be getting an X-Jack before next summer.
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I know I'm reviving an old thread, but thought people with 3rd row seats like me might benefit from a quick/cheap mod.

Cost was about $5 in parts:
2 3/8in bolts
2 3/8in lock nuts
couple of washers and wingnuts
Sorry to bring up an old post. Do you have any more pictures of how you mounted the bolts?
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Maybe money is an issue, but if not just buy 2 LFD crossbars, a wind fairing, and their Hi-lift mount and put it out of the way on the roof. That is what I did, works great.
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The LFD mount is quality, you could probably use it on the factory bars if you drilled holes to bolt it down.
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The LFD mount is quality, you could probably use it on the factory bars if you drilled holes to bolt it down.
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Mine is in the trunk too....



Used the 4xRack made by Hi-lift
never have thought about that. I will try to put it at back of my diy drawer.
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never have thought about that. I will try to put it at back of my diy drawer.
It isn't there anymore. Now it resides on the rear bumper behind the spare.
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