Radflo Hydra-Jac Specifically Designed for Off-Road Enthusiast

FOUNTAIN VALLEY    DECEMBER  7, 2011  –  Specifically designed for the off-road enthusiast, the Hydra-Jac allows you to change a tire on most vehicles with aftermarket suspension lifts.  The lightweight 13 pound racing jack collapses to 37” allowing you to stow the Hydra-Jac in locations where other high lift jacks would never fit.  “We have put a lot of technology in the building of this Jac,” said Glenn Classen, President of Radflo Suspension Technology.  “We saw how inconvenient it was to use the other jacks and how impractical it was to use a bottle jack, so we came up with this solution that has worked well in all the different applications that we have tried.”

The Hydra-Jac 22mm ram allows a load of up to 2,200 lbs to be hoisted 18 inches safely.  Usually no more than 4 pumps are required to lift the vehicle an inch off the ground.  To lower the vehicle safely, release the bleed screw at a comfortable rate of descent. It is light-weight, but the alloy materials have all the strength that is necessary to lift heavy off-road vehicles.  Like the Radflo Shocks, the Hydra-Jac is completely serviceable and rebuildable for a lifetime of service.

The Standard Length Hydra-Jac extends 54 inches retailing for $335.  The Extended Length Hydra-Jac extends 66 inches and has a longer body length of 48 inches.  Retail on the extended version is $360.  Great for uses on any vehicle including off-road jeeps with suspension lifts, race vehicles, trucks, trailers and UTV’s.

Informative Videos on the Hydra-Jac by Radflo Distributor Snake Racing:




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