D-Lift Adaptor Technical Info
All the technical information about D-Lift Adaptor.
Please read before purchasing the DLA regarding Hi-lift jacks.
Test Result on Hi-lift jack accessory
There appears to be casting defects (pitched to one side) on the tongue piece of the Hi-lift jacks. One side of the tongue is higher than the opposing side, preventing the DLA from correctly saddling on to the Hi-lift jack, thus preventing the correct alinement of the locking pin hole.
1) Using a die grinder or a round file, enlarge the locking pin hole, on the smaller side of the tear drop shaped hole on the Hi-Lift jack. Trial fit as you go, do not over enlarge the smaller side of the tear drop hole. Grinding the top of the Hi-lift Jack is required on some cases where the casting defect are extreme.
2) If your Hi-lift jack is a new one, reach out to Hi-Lift jack company and kindly inform them of the casting defect, they were good about sending out a new one.