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Hi-Lift Jack HL484 48" Hi-Lift Black Cast and Steel Jack
Hi-Lift Jack HL484 48" Hi-Lift Black Cast and Steel Jack
Hi-Lift Jack HL484 48" Hi-Lift Black Cast and Steel Jack
Hi-Lift Jack HL484 48" Hi-Lift Black Cast and Steel Jack
Hi-Lift Jack HL484 48" Hi-Lift Black Cast and Steel Jack
Hi-Lift Jack HL484 48" Hi-Lift Black Cast and Steel Jack

Hi-Lift Jack HL484 48" Hi-Lift Black Cast and Steel Jack

Hi-Lift Jack HL484 48" Hi-Lift Black Cast and Steel Jack
Hi-Lift Jack HL484 48" Hi-Lift Black Cast and Steel Jack
Hi-Lift Jack HL484 48" Hi-Lift Black Cast and Steel Jack
Hi-Lift Jack HL484 48" Hi-Lift Black Cast and Steel Jack
Hi-Lift Jack HL484 48" Hi-Lift Black Cast and Steel Jack
Hi-Lift Jack HL484 48" Hi-Lift Black Cast and Steel Jack
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Features

  • The Hi-Lift 48 inch cast and steel jack is constructed with a mix of cast components and four high-strength stamped steel components
  • Top winch connector clamp and powder coated finish with zinc-plated hardware standard on all jacks
  • Two piece handle and socket is durable and reliable; Operation type : Mechanical
  • Safe use information stickers, including rated load details and operating instructions, affixed to handle
  • For greater safety, all Hi-Lift jacks are equipped with a shear bolt which prevents the jack from being used on loads greater than 7000 pounds
  • Fit Type: Vehicle Specific

Description

The Hi-Lift 48 inch cast and steel jack is constructed with a mix of cast components and four high-strength stamped steel components. Performance characteristics and weight capacity remain the same as the all-cast Hi-Lift jacks but at a lower price. WIth over 100 years of quality, the Hi-Lift Jack is a rugged, highly versatile jack that puts you in command of situations requiring lifting, pushing, pulling, winching and clamping. Although light in weight and easy to manuever, the Hi-Lift Jack offers a rated load capacity of 4, 660 pounds (2114kg) and a tested load capacity of 7, 000 pounds (3175kg), achieving a 150% safety factor. Our jacks are designed to help you survive in the most demanding situations - whether you are in the Moab desert canyons, the Welsh mountains, the jungle or the farmlands of Indiana. With a full range of specially designed accessories, the Hi-Lift jack is just about the most versatile piece of off-roading, farming, auto recovery equipment you can buy. When its a heavy duty situation, the tool had better be a Hi-Lift!


Manufacturer ARB


Brand Hi-Lift


Model HLJHL484


Item Weight 28 pounds


Product Dimensions 49 x 5 x 10 inches


Item model number HLJHL484


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Manufacturer Part Number HL-484


OEM Part Number HL-484PC


Folding No


Cover Included Automotive Equipment and Tools;Paint/Body Tools & Equipment ;Towing Products & Winches Hoists & Cranes/Jacks ;auto floor jacks


ASIN B00042KG3A


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 989 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #1,379 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific) #1 in Floor Jacks (Industrial & Scientific)


Date First Available May 4, 2005


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Delivery

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Returns

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Features

  • The Hi-Lift 48 inch cast and steel jack is constructed with a mix of cast components and four high-strength stamped steel components
  • Top winch connector clamp and powder coated finish with zinc-plated hardware standard on all jacks
  • Two piece handle and socket is durable and reliable; Operation type : Mechanical
  • Safe use information stickers, including rated load details and operating instructions, affixed to handle
  • For greater safety, all Hi-Lift jacks are equipped with a shear bolt which prevents the jack from being used on loads greater than 7000 pounds
  • Fit Type: Vehicle Specific

Description

The Hi-Lift 48 inch cast and steel jack is constructed with a mix of cast components and four high-strength stamped steel components. Performance characteristics and weight capacity remain the same as the all-cast Hi-Lift jacks but at a lower price. WIth over 100 years of quality, the Hi-Lift Jack is a rugged, highly versatile jack that puts you in command of situations requiring lifting, pushing, pulling, winching and clamping. Although light in weight and easy to manuever, the Hi-Lift Jack offers a rated load capacity of 4, 660 pounds (2114kg) and a tested load capacity of 7, 000 pounds (3175kg), achieving a 150% safety factor. Our jacks are designed to help you survive in the most demanding situations - whether you are in the Moab desert canyons, the Welsh mountains, the jungle or the farmlands of Indiana. With a full range of specially designed accessories, the Hi-Lift jack is just about the most versatile piece of off-roading, farming, auto recovery equipment you can buy. When its a heavy duty situation, the tool had better be a Hi-Lift!


Manufacturer ARB


Brand Hi-Lift


Model HLJHL484


Item Weight 28 pounds


Product Dimensions 49 x 5 x 10 inches


Item model number HLJHL484


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Manufacturer Part Number HL-484


OEM Part Number HL-484PC


Folding No


Cover Included Automotive Equipment and Tools;Paint/Body Tools & Equipment ;Towing Products & Winches Hoists & Cranes/Jacks ;auto floor jacks


ASIN B00042KG3A


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 989 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #1,379 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific) #1 in Floor Jacks (Industrial & Scientific)


Date First Available May 4, 2005


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • The Hi-Lift 48 inch cast and steel jack is constructed with a mix of cast components and four high-strength stamped steel components
  • Top winch connector clamp and powder coated finish with zinc-plated hardware standard on all jacks
  • Two piece handle and socket is durable and reliable; Operation type : Mechanical
  • Safe use information stickers, including rated load details and operating instructions, affixed to handle
  • For greater safety, all Hi-Lift jacks are equipped with a shear bolt which prevents the jack from being used on loads greater than 7000 pounds
  • Fit Type: Vehicle Specific

Description

The Hi-Lift 48 inch cast and steel jack is constructed with a mix of cast components and four high-strength stamped steel components. Performance characteristics and weight capacity remain the same as the all-cast Hi-Lift jacks but at a lower price. WIth over 100 years of quality, the Hi-Lift Jack is a rugged, highly versatile jack that puts you in command of situations requiring lifting, pushing, pulling, winching and clamping. Although light in weight and easy to manuever, the Hi-Lift Jack offers a rated load capacity of 4, 660 pounds (2114kg) and a tested load capacity of 7, 000 pounds (3175kg), achieving a 150% safety factor. Our jacks are designed to help you survive in the most demanding situations - whether you are in the Moab desert canyons, the Welsh mountains, the jungle or the farmlands of Indiana. With a full range of specially designed accessories, the Hi-Lift jack is just about the most versatile piece of off-roading, farming, auto recovery equipment you can buy. When its a heavy duty situation, the tool had better be a Hi-Lift!


Manufacturer ARB


Brand Hi-Lift


Model HLJHL484


Item Weight 28 pounds


Product Dimensions 49 x 5 x 10 inches


Item model number HLJHL484


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Manufacturer Part Number HL-484


OEM Part Number HL-484PC


Folding No


Cover Included Automotive Equipment and Tools;Paint/Body Tools & Equipment ;Towing Products & Winches Hoists & Cranes/Jacks ;auto floor jacks


ASIN B00042KG3A


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 989 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #1,379 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific) #1 in Floor Jacks (Industrial & Scientific)


Date First Available May 4, 2005


abunda_amazon_reviews I used it to level a small military container. Pretty impressive, high lift, BUT, read the directions so you understand how it works and the dangers as its a mechanical gear system. Its reversible, and if you have 150 lbs on it it goes down with each full lever movement. Less and it drops, per instructions. It can lift a lot but you have to have the weight behind the lever, 170 lbs to lift a certain distance at 4200 lbs or so. It can do 7000 before failure, breaking the sheer pin. But you have to have the weight and also be careful not to get between the handle and jack as that can snap back. It can also be used as a clamp, or puller. Again read the directions first.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 22, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Built like a tank, read the directions;;S. Chapple;;;I am very disappointed with this lift. my grandfather has has a hi-lift jack for roughly 40 years and his has worked perfectly all this time. I thought that Hi-lift was supposed to be a quality brand but I was proven wrong very fast. When it came out of the box (note: the box had zero damage on it) the lower spring retention pin was totally bent thus making the lift unable to safely lower its self, and even when I was able to get it lowered the thing nearly killed me. I'm very disappointed. Maybe I just got a bad one but I am still very disappointed.;;Reviewed in the United States on March 28, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Very Disappointed;;Bradley Burk;;;Well made and does the job on the field well. It does pull and lift my jeep no problem at all. Just make sure you lubercate first before use.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 10, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Light and heavy duty.;;mario;;;These things are built like tanks, work great and can be used as a comealong if you get stuck and have no winch. you can use it for other things as well.. they are very very handy to have, especially if you have bigger tires and go off the beaten path. Also I'd recommend a base or a small plank of wood with nails to sit the jack inside of a little" nail footprint" for a solid base on weird or soft ground for you DIY peeps. Also a hi lift jack handle strap. Don't forget to occasionally clean and oil it so that it stays good. Mine is in the elements on my jeep year round. I take and oil it and clean it about twice a year. Also I got a cable lock to lock to my jeep as my first one got taken.;;Reviewed in the United States on June 20, 2014;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;if you go offroad, this should be with you;;Jaxsey X. Wells;;;Wish I had done my homework on the model. I was replacing a HL-485 (cast model) so the step down is very apparent. Not sure if it's because my old 485 was so well built or if there is such a difference between the 484 and the 485. The handle is loose, base is loose and that makes it feel cheap. It will do for my on road duties but I wish I'd spent a little more, checked the model, quality of the new Hi-Lift products vs older units like my old one. Nothing against the seller, they were great, fast communication and super fast shipping.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 14, 2016;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;quality of the new Hi-Lift products vs older units like my old one;;that cb;;;Product is heavily constructed. It jacked up and I did the job. When I switched the lever to go down it wouldn't go down I switched it back to up and then to back down. It went crashing down. Luckily the wheels were securely fastened. And of course nobody was near. It didn't exactly come straight down. Surface was flat solid asphalt. After looking over the mechanism. It appears to want to work but not engage. My packaging was damaged but the product looked unharmed. It was retapped buy the courier. It was a pretty big hole. I guess it must have been damaged when it came out. The packaging was very flimsy for the weight and type of product it was holding. And I did read the directions and I have used this type of jack numerous times. I did try and jack down one click at a time. It would go up a little but not engage. And by no means am I saying they all are like this one.;;Reviewed in the United States on March 18, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Poor packaging;;Kevin G Johnson;;;Ratchet mechanism is smooth. I had the foot fail on me though and had to buy a heftier cast iron replacement though ($20). The foot that comes with it has two bent tabs that keep the shaft from tipping over. One of the tabs got bent and I discovered it the next time I NEEDED to use my jack. I can only assume I had the jack at a small angle when I lifted the last load instead of perfectly vertical, and maybe that caused the tab to get overloaded. Dunno, but these jacks are a little finicky without a failure like that. Id go ahead and but the extra cast iron foot made by hi-lifts with this jack. Oh and the paint is flaking off on the pull tab at the top after about 3 months mountes to the truck. I've never used the pull tab so it wasn't me that did it. Honestly I'm committws to my mistake, but if a friend asked me for advice is say that the name brand (at least this model) might not be better then what you'd get at tractor supply off the shelf.;;Reviewed in the United States on February 1, 2018;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;Foot is garbage. Shaft and mechanism is solid.;;Steven S;;;I installed it on the outside of my jeep, which, admittedly I was asking for some wear and tear. However, it showed up chipped to high heaven and already rusting. One day of rain and the rust was already dripping with additional coating peel. If you get it, prepare to sand it down yourself and re-coat it. I ended up going with the Hi-lift extreme which seemed to have a better coating. That lift plus WD-40 and knowing I'm going to have to strip and paint it before the winter has left me as somewhat satisfied with Hi-lift as a whole.;;Reviewed in the United States on June 19, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Terrible coating, rusted after first rain with no use;;DRockefeller

Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By S. Chapple - Reviewed in the United States on May 22, 2018
Built like a tank, read the directions
I used it to level a small military container. Pretty impressive, high lift, BUT, read the directions so you understand how it works and the dangers as its a mechanical gear system. Its reversible, and if you have 150 lbs on it it goes down with each full lever movement. Less and it drops, per instructions. It can lift a lot but you have to have the weight behind the lever, 170 lbs to lift a certain distance at 4200 lbs or so. It can do 7000 before failure, breaking the sheer pin. But you have to have the weight and also be careful not to get between the handle and jack as that can snap back. It can also be used as a clamp, or puller. Again read the directions first.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Bradley Burk - Reviewed in the United States on March 28, 2019
Very Disappointed
I am very disappointed with this lift. my grandfather has has a hi-lift jack for roughly 40 years and his has worked perfectly all this time. I thought that Hi-lift was supposed to be a quality brand but I was proven wrong very fast. When it came out of the box (note: the box had zero damage on it) the lower spring retention pin was totally bent thus making the lift unable to safely lower its self, and even when I was able to get it lowered the thing nearly killed me. I'm very disappointed. Maybe I just got a bad one but I am still very disappointed.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By mario - Reviewed in the United States on August 10, 2018
Light and heavy duty.
Well made and does the job on the field well. It does pull and lift my jeep no problem at all. Just make sure you lubercate first before use.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Jaxsey X. Wells - Reviewed in the United States on June 20, 2014
if you go offroad, this should be with you
These things are built like tanks, work great and can be used as a comealong if you get stuck and have no winch. you can use it for other things as well.. they are very very handy to have, especially if you have bigger tires and go off the beaten path. Also I'd recommend a base or a small plank of wood with nails to sit the jack inside of a little" nail footprint" for a solid base on weird or soft ground for you DIY peeps. Also a hi lift jack handle strap. Don't forget to occasionally clean and oil it so that it stays good. Mine is in the elements on my jeep year round. I take and oil it and clean it about twice a year. Also I got a cable lock to lock to my jeep as my first one got taken.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By that cb - Reviewed in the United States on November 14, 2016
quality of the new Hi-Lift products vs older units like my old one
Wish I had done my homework on the model. I was replacing a HL-485 (cast model) so the step down is very apparent. Not sure if it's because my old 485 was so well built or if there is such a difference between the 484 and the 485. The handle is loose, base is loose and that makes it feel cheap. It will do for my on road duties but I wish I'd spent a little more, checked the model, quality of the new Hi-Lift products vs older units like my old one. Nothing against the seller, they were great, fast communication and super fast shipping.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Kevin G Johnson - Reviewed in the United States on March 18, 2019
Poor packaging
Product is heavily constructed. It jacked up and I did the job. When I switched the lever to go down it wouldn't go down I switched it back to up and then to back down. It went crashing down. Luckily the wheels were securely fastened. And of course nobody was near. It didn't exactly come straight down. Surface was flat solid asphalt. After looking over the mechanism. It appears to want to work but not engage. My packaging was damaged but the product looked unharmed. It was retapped buy the courier. It was a pretty big hole. I guess it must have been damaged when it came out. The packaging was very flimsy for the weight and type of product it was holding. And I did read the directions and I have used this type of jack numerous times. I did try and jack down one click at a time. It would go up a little but not engage. And by no means am I saying they all are like this one.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Steven S - Reviewed in the United States on February 1, 2018
Foot is garbage. Shaft and mechanism is solid.
Ratchet mechanism is smooth. I had the foot fail on me though and had to buy a heftier cast iron replacement though ($20). The foot that comes with it has two bent tabs that keep the shaft from tipping over. One of the tabs got bent and I discovered it the next time I NEEDED to use my jack. I can only assume I had the jack at a small angle when I lifted the last load instead of perfectly vertical, and maybe that caused the tab to get overloaded. Dunno, but these jacks are a little finicky without a failure like that. Id go ahead and but the extra cast iron foot made by hi-lifts with this jack. Oh and the paint is flaking off on the pull tab at the top after about 3 months mountes to the truck. I've never used the pull tab so it wasn't me that did it. Honestly I'm committws to my mistake, but if a friend asked me for advice is say that the name brand (at least this model) might not be better then what you'd get at tractor supply off the shelf.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By DRockefeller - Reviewed in the United States on June 19, 2019
Terrible coating, rusted after first rain with no use
I installed it on the outside of my jeep, which, admittedly I was asking for some wear and tear. However, it showed up chipped to high heaven and already rusting. One day of rain and the rust was already dripping with additional coating peel. If you get it, prepare to sand it down yourself and re-coat it. I ended up going with the Hi-lift extreme which seemed to have a better coating. That lift plus WD-40 and knowing I'm going to have to strip and paint it before the winter has left me as somewhat satisfied with Hi-lift as a whole.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By S. Chapple - Reviewed in the United States on May 22, 2018
Built like a tank, read the directions
I used it to level a small military container. Pretty impressive, high lift, BUT, read the directions so you understand how it works and the dangers as its a mechanical gear system. Its reversible, and if you have 150 lbs on it it goes down with each full lever movement. Less and it drops, per instructions. It can lift a lot but you have to have the weight behind the lever, 170 lbs to lift a certain distance at 4200 lbs or so. It can do 7000 before failure, breaking the sheer pin. But you have to have the weight and also be careful not to get between the handle and jack as that can snap back. It can also be used as a clamp, or puller. Again read the directions first.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Bradley Burk - Reviewed in the United States on March 28, 2019
Very Disappointed
I am very disappointed with this lift. my grandfather has has a hi-lift jack for roughly 40 years and his has worked perfectly all this time. I thought that Hi-lift was supposed to be a quality brand but I was proven wrong very fast. When it came out of the box (note: the box had zero damage on it) the lower spring retention pin was totally bent thus making the lift unable to safely lower its self, and even when I was able to get it lowered the thing nearly killed me. I'm very disappointed. Maybe I just got a bad one but I am still very disappointed.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By mario - Reviewed in the United States on August 10, 2018
Light and heavy duty.
Well made and does the job on the field well. It does pull and lift my jeep no problem at all. Just make sure you lubercate first before use.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Jaxsey X. Wells - Reviewed in the United States on June 20, 2014
if you go offroad, this should be with you
These things are built like tanks, work great and can be used as a comealong if you get stuck and have no winch. you can use it for other things as well.. they are very very handy to have, especially if you have bigger tires and go off the beaten path. Also I'd recommend a base or a small plank of wood with nails to sit the jack inside of a little" nail footprint" for a solid base on weird or soft ground for you DIY peeps. Also a hi lift jack handle strap. Don't forget to occasionally clean and oil it so that it stays good. Mine is in the elements on my jeep year round. I take and oil it and clean it about twice a year. Also I got a cable lock to lock to my jeep as my first one got taken.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By that cb - Reviewed in the United States on November 14, 2016
quality of the new Hi-Lift products vs older units like my old one
Wish I had done my homework on the model. I was replacing a HL-485 (cast model) so the step down is very apparent. Not sure if it's because my old 485 was so well built or if there is such a difference between the 484 and the 485. The handle is loose, base is loose and that makes it feel cheap. It will do for my on road duties but I wish I'd spent a little more, checked the model, quality of the new Hi-Lift products vs older units like my old one. Nothing against the seller, they were great, fast communication and super fast shipping.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Kevin G Johnson - Reviewed in the United States on March 18, 2019
Poor packaging
Product is heavily constructed. It jacked up and I did the job. When I switched the lever to go down it wouldn't go down I switched it back to up and then to back down. It went crashing down. Luckily the wheels were securely fastened. And of course nobody was near. It didn't exactly come straight down. Surface was flat solid asphalt. After looking over the mechanism. It appears to want to work but not engage. My packaging was damaged but the product looked unharmed. It was retapped buy the courier. It was a pretty big hole. I guess it must have been damaged when it came out. The packaging was very flimsy for the weight and type of product it was holding. And I did read the directions and I have used this type of jack numerous times. I did try and jack down one click at a time. It would go up a little but not engage. And by no means am I saying they all are like this one.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Steven S - Reviewed in the United States on February 1, 2018
Foot is garbage. Shaft and mechanism is solid.
Ratchet mechanism is smooth. I had the foot fail on me though and had to buy a heftier cast iron replacement though ($20). The foot that comes with it has two bent tabs that keep the shaft from tipping over. One of the tabs got bent and I discovered it the next time I NEEDED to use my jack. I can only assume I had the jack at a small angle when I lifted the last load instead of perfectly vertical, and maybe that caused the tab to get overloaded. Dunno, but these jacks are a little finicky without a failure like that. Id go ahead and but the extra cast iron foot made by hi-lifts with this jack. Oh and the paint is flaking off on the pull tab at the top after about 3 months mountes to the truck. I've never used the pull tab so it wasn't me that did it. Honestly I'm committws to my mistake, but if a friend asked me for advice is say that the name brand (at least this model) might not be better then what you'd get at tractor supply off the shelf.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By DRockefeller - Reviewed in the United States on June 19, 2019
Terrible coating, rusted after first rain with no use
I installed it on the outside of my jeep, which, admittedly I was asking for some wear and tear. However, it showed up chipped to high heaven and already rusting. One day of rain and the rust was already dripping with additional coating peel. If you get it, prepare to sand it down yourself and re-coat it. I ended up going with the Hi-lift extreme which seemed to have a better coating. That lift plus WD-40 and knowing I'm going to have to strip and paint it before the winter has left me as somewhat satisfied with Hi-lift as a whole.