The 8 Best Off Road Jacks

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This wiki has been updated 17 times since it was first published in March of 2018. Every Jeep meets its match once in a while, but getting stuck is part of the fun of off-roading. If your wheels are spinning, a tire has popped, or your rock crawler is pointing straight toward the sky, you'll need some kind of mechanical help to get back on the trail. Certain jacks work better than others for 4x4 environments, so we've gathered the best options for your adventures. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best off road jack on Amazon.

8. Powerbuilt All-In-One

7. Torin Big Red

6. Cooke Pro Eagle 3

5. Bushranger X-Jack

4. The Sergeant by Safe Jack

3. Hi-Lift Cast/Steel

2. Strongway Stubby

1. Hi-Lift X-treme

Editor's Notes

October 04, 2019:

There are a lot of different means for getting your 4X4 unstuck in the wilderness. Traditional bottle jacks like the Torin Big Red work okay, but you might get better use out of a low-profile model like the Strongway Stubby. The Powerbuilt combines a hydraulic bottle jack with a fixed jack stand, which adds a greater level of safety when working in the field. Cooke's Pro Eagle line offers more mechanical advantage than most thanks to its traditional floor jack design, though it is considerably expensive. The Sergeant is also pretty costly, but it's a high-quality kit that would make an excellent gift for the off-road enthusiast in your life.

Then there are the non-hydraulic options, of which there are a few great ones. The Bushranger is a novel choice, as you blow it up using your vehicle's exhaust, and it's surprisingly effective as long as you don't let it get damaged by any hot pipes. For most users, though, the Hi-Lift jack in one of its multiple variants will satisfy not just your lifting needs but in many cases your power pulling and even winching desires as well.

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Last updated on October 15, 2019 by Christopher Thomas

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