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Sumner Fold-A-Jack Hi Jack 781300

June 9, 2013

Adjustable with Easy Storage

Sumner Fold-A-Jack Hi Jack 78300

Sumner built their Hi Jack 78300 with a convenient design allowing as many possible  scenarios for simple use, including adjusting, transporting, and storing the Hi Jack. The Sumner 781300 Fold-A-Jack Hi Jack can hold up to 2,500 pounds with a 1″ square tube base construction, and is made with 1-1/2″ Acme fine adjustment thread, which just so happens to be the largest in the industry. A simple fold up design is an option for ultimate storage ease. Once the Sumner Hi Jack is in folded position, it is ready for storage or transport. In addition, the built on carrying handle is also a big plus, as it will make transporting the Hi Jack a breeze. On the body of the Hi Jack is an adjustable quick action lockwasher, that allows it’s operator to make precise adjustments up and down, from 28″ to 48″, depending on the current demands of the job. Adjusting the Hi Jack is as easy as 1, 2, 3 with a large, convenient adjustment handle, all you need to do is simply grab and adjust.

Set Screws and a Fall Guard

Sumner included some set screws in the design of the Hi Jack 781300 to support safety and transportation features on the stand. The first set screw is there as a double margin of safety for the user and the second set screw is there to lock the Hi Jack’s head to the stand in case you need it to for transportation, thus guaranteeing successful tool travel without the fear of losing pieces. Sumner has had the Hi Jack independently load tested for quality assurance as well as CE rated. Sumner’s High Jack is backed by over thirty years of jack stand manufacturing experience and finally, Sumner has engineered their very own patented fall guard  feature, which provides a 1″ safety around the lockwasher.

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