The JeepsNeeds SAM-2 has finally arrived! Meet the little brother to the wildly popular DLA!
You asked for a simpler and more cost effective way to safely and securely attach your Hi-Lift ® jack to your off-road bumper and we are proud to offer a solution! The SAM is a no frills yet highly capable accessory that adapts your Hi-Lift ® jack to mount directly to your D-ring shackle mounting tab. Unlike it's bigger brother, there is no need to use a shackle to connect the jack to the bumper. Just secure it directly to the shackle mounting tab using the included clevis pin.
Need to know more? Watch the video below for a complete overview and demonstration of the product. Also, check out the flagship offering in the Hi-Lift ® accessory space: The D-Lift Adaptor.
The SAM comes in yellow. Sorry, no discounts are available for this product so we can keep the cost as low as possible for you!
SAM (Patent Pending).
NOT RECOMMENDED FOR USE ON VEHICLES LARGER THAN A FULL SIZED 3500 PICK UP TRUCK.
ALWAYS PRACTICE SAFE JACKING PROCEDURES, SUDDEN LATERAL SHIFT ON THE VEHICLE MAY CAUSE INJURY/DEATH AND OR DAMAGE TO THE JACK AND ADAPTOR.
Prior to purchasing the SAM, please check the measurements of the jack runner/ tongue on your Hi-Lift ® jack, confirm that the runner/tongue measures out to 4-5/8 from the back to the tip. The older models have a shorter runner/tongue and will not work with the the SAM.
Farm jacks that are not Hi-Lift ® brand.
The SAM's are specifically designed to fit the Hi-Lift ® brand jack, however, with a slight modification the SAM's will work with the farm jacks sold at Tractor Supply store or Chinese manufactured jacks (if you choose to support Chinese economy).
All that is required to make the SAM's work with the non- Hi-Lift ® brand farm jack is to enlarge the hole on the runner/tongue. By saddling the SAM's on to the farm jack and looking though the locking pin hole, you will see the small obstruction (misalignment of the hole on the jack runner/tongue in relation to the locking pin hole on the SAM's) , drill or file the obstruction and you are ready to go.