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Mean Mother Exhaust Jack - 9000 lb.

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Features & Details

  • Allows Lifting on All Terrains
  • Uses Vehicle Exhaust
  • Maximum Lift Capacity of 9,000lb
  • Includes Storage Bag
  • Bright Yellow Color
  • Easy to Use
  • Can Use an Air Compressor
  • 2-Year Limited Warranty
  • Fits 1987-2019 Jeep Wrangler YJ, TJ, JK and JL
Powerful Exhaust-Operated Jack. Regular vehicle jacks are normally ideal, but they can be unsafe or useless on very uneven or soft terrain. If you need to fix a vehicle, change a tire, or free up a vehicle that is bogged down in soft earth, a good air jack is worth its weight in gold. The Mean Mother Exhaust Jack inflates from your vehicle exhaust, making it the ideal way to raise a car or truck in emergencies or when the terrain prevents you from using a regular jack.

Heavy-Duty Construction. The Mean Mother Exhaust Jack is made from a highly durable, heavy-duty nylon and finished in durable plasticized PVC for protection against cuts, abrasions and tears. A double layer of tough, reinforced material reinforces the lifting surface and extra-grip feet ensure the jack stays in place while lifting.

Easily Inflated. There’s no need to wear out your muscles with the Mean Mother Exhaust Jack. Supplied hoses connect to a vehicle exhaust or an air compressor (not included). When inflating with a vehicle exhaust, the exhaust system must be operating normally with no leaks or holes.

2 Year Limited Warranty. The Mean Mother Exhaust Jack comes with a two-year limited warranty.

Application. The Mean Mother Exhaust Jack will work with any 1987-2019 Jeep Wrangler YJ, TJ, JK or JL.

Fitment: Details

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What's in the Box
  • (1) Exhaust Jack
  • (1) 5m Exhaust Hose
  • (1) 1m Extension Hose
  • (1) Air Compressor Adaptor
  • (1) Leather Gloves - Pair
  • (1) Puncture Repair Kit
  • (1) Storage/Carry Bag
  • (1) Instruction Manual
Installation Info
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      Questions & Answers (4)

      4 Top Rated Questions

      Where does the 9000lb rating come from? Is that the burst strength of material or has it been tested to lift 9000lbs using an exhaust only without a compressor?

      • The Mean Mother Exhaust Jack rating would come from the burst strength. We would not recommend using a compressor with this item.

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      Is this Jeep specific (I don't think so), or it can be used for any other vehicles?

      • This 9000lb Mean Mother Exhaust Jack is sold for the Jeep Wrangler but can be used for all types of automotive applications. However, we only guarantee use of this product on the Jeep Wrangler.

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      I have a MagnaFlow dual exhaust, can this unit be used with this or is there an adapter? I see that this can be used with a compressor although it may take some time to fill using this method. Thank you in advance

      • The Mean Mother Exhaust Jack can be used with a dual exhaust however there is no specific adapter available to make both exhaust outlets usable.

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      Just double checking that the Mean Mother CAN be used for tire changes, as the Bushranger cannot be used for tire changes, correct?

      • The Mean Mother Exhaust Jack can be used for tire changes, though care will need to be taken.

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        Customer Reviews (1) Write a Review

        Overall Rating 5

        out of 5 stars

        • Fit 5 5
        • Bang For Your Buck 5 5

        • 5/5

          December 18, 2017

          Does it’s job

          Very well made and works great when off road. The option to be able to use a compressor also is a big plus.


          Year: 2017Submodel: Wrangler

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