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Wondering what other uses you have found for your Mojack Lift. I have just purchased the Mojack Pro, lifting capacity of 750lbs. Have you come up with other things you can do with your lift besides your mower that will justify the cost?
 

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Hello there! Just wanted to welcome you to MLF and hope that you enjoy the forums!

I'm not familiar with that lift. Would you consider posting a picture of it and what you are using it for?
 

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Im sure it could be used with an ATV if you have one, but i'm sure after a few uses lifting up the front of the tractor you wont be questioning if it was worth it or not.
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Im sure it could be used with an ATV if you have one, but i'm sure after a few uses lifting up the front of the tractor you wont be questioning if it was worth it or not.
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Yup, anything that gets the work in the air makes things a lot easier!
Welcome to MLF Dan33Klein!
 

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Yup, anything that gets the work in the air makes things a lot easier!
Welcome to MLF Dan33Klein!
Thanks. I'm starting to linger over here from mtf. Brad introduced me to it.
 

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Do you think they are stable enough laterally to where if you had two, you could raise the whole unit like a car lift? :dunno:
 

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Do you think they are stable enough laterally to where if you had two, you could raise the whole unit like a car lift? :dunno:
That may be asking alot out of it..

I think it requires the 2 rear wheels being on the ground for stability
 

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I was thinking that as well, in fact you would have to modify the width of the base to accommodate the high CG. I guess if you got into the modification process you might as well re-engineer it and make one from scratch, but thats a whole new project..:)
 

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That's it, five point. Sears has them on sale now $125.00 off retail.:cool
Just got the new Mojack Pro Lift together. Rainy day here, so why not try it out? Easy to put together, worked like a charm on my X500. Wish I had it way before now.
 

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Thats cool, there's nothing like the right tool for the job! You'll have to take a few pics of it in action and give us a review on it, like pros and cons, costs etc.
 

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I LOVE my mojack!!!!!!!!!
 

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Well thats a good start 89yt12! :cool
I didnt think it was that great untill I got one, now that I have it, I find myself taking better care of my blades and deck. It makes it super easy to get to the greese fittings under decks and the few that are under the Snapper. You can use the hand crank to raise it, or a 1/2 IIRC attachemnt on your drill. I personly find it just as easy to use the hand crank on it. I have the original one but it lifts the Snapper fine and its 550LBS.

 

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Have you found any other uses for it besides the mowers?
BTW thats a nice looking YT12 you have there. :)
 

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Have you found any other uses for it besides the mowers?
BTW thats a nice looking YT12 you have there. :)
Thanks!

No havent found any other uses
 
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