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Hi-Lift Jack HM-900 Hood Mount for Jeep Wrangler (2013 - Present

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Hi-Lift Jack HM-900 Hood Mount for Jeep Wrangler (2013 - Present

Product description

The Hi-Lift Hood Mounts allow you to securely store your Hi-Lift Jack within easy reach on Jeep Wrangler 2013-Present models or Jeep Gladiator. The Hood Mount brackets mount directly to existing hood hinge holes, eliminating the need for drilling and making installation simple. Manufactured of 6061-T6 structural aluminum for superior strength with a low profile and slight rig design for better visibility that allows for normal use of the windshield fluid nozzle. Designed with optional mounting tabs for Rigid-style LED cube lights (mounting tab and LED lights not included). Designed to work with Hi-Lift Hood Mount Locking Knobs (Part # HM-LK) available separately for added security.


From the manufacturer

Hi-Lift Jack Company is a subsidiary of Bloomfield Manufacturing Company in Bloomfield, Indiana, USA. The Bloomfield Manufacturing Company, established in 1895 by the late Philip John Harrah, is one of the oldest companies in the state of Indiana, and is the parent company to both the Hi-Lift Jack Company, and the Kant-Slam Company.

The company is still owned and operated under the leadership of the fifth generation of the Harrah family.

One of the first products invented by our founder and manufactured by the company was the combination Anvil-Vise-Drill tool. Another early product was the Kalamity Kar Kit, which held supplies that a car owner of that era might need during a motoring trip. The kit contained a pail to hold gasoline, a siphon to transfer gasoline, a steel tow strap and a waterproof sheet to keep the driver clean while working under his car. Mr. Harrah also invented many other products that met people's needs, including the casket display cart, the folding tea wagon, and the seven-use hammer-hatchet-wirecutter-pliers tool.

The Hi-Lift's predecessor was invented in 1905 and sold as the Automatic Combination Tool. The original jack was commonly known as the Handyman or Sheepherder's Jack, and years later it was renamed the Hi-Lift Jack. Our current product line includes the Handle-All multi-functional tool with telescoping handle and 4 full-sized implements; Slide-N-Lock Tie-Down System - an extruded aluminum rail and locking pin system for tying down cargo in pick-up trucks; the Post-Popper post puller; and the Kant-Slam Hydraulic Gate and Door Closer. But the Hi-Lift Jackremains our best-selling, most popular item.

Hi-Lift Jack HM-900 Hood Mount for Jeep Wrangler (2013 - Present

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