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Model #TR6501B

$9788
  • Ideal for pulling, lifting, clamping and spreading
  • All-steel construction helps ensure strength and durability
  • Adjustable top clamp clevis can be moved to any position
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Product Overview

The Big Red 48 in. Farm Jack is great for lifting, pulling, clamping and spreading on tractors and 4-wheel-drive vehicles. The jack features an all-steel construction to help ensure strength and has an adjustable top clamp clevis that can be moved to any position on the upright standard.
  • Great multi-functional tool
  • All-steel construction for strength and durability
  • Adjustable top clamp clevis can be moved to any position on the upright steel standard for clamping
  • Lifting arm ca be adjusted to any position on the upright
  • Ratcheting design for controlled lift
  • Lifting range approximately 5 - 40 in.
  • Powder coated for rust resistance
  • California residents

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Maximum Lift Height (in.)38406048
Mechanism typeMechanicalMechanicalMechanicalMechanical
IncludedNo Additional Items IncludedNo Additional Items IncludedCasters,Handle,HardwareCasters,Handle,Hardware
Minimum Lift Height (in.)55.124.94.9
FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesRust Resistant,Water ResistantRust Resistant,Water Resistant
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Specifications

Dimensions

Collapsed height (in.)
5.12
Handle Length (in.)
33
Product Depth (in.)
9.45
Product Height (in.)
48
Product Width (in.)
5.31

Details

Features
No Additional Features
General Part Type
Farm Jack
Included
No Additional Items Included
Material
Steel
Maximum Lift Height (in.)
40
Mechanism type
Mechanical
Minimum Lift Height (in.)
5.12
Product Weight (lb.)
30.8
Returnable
90-Day
Weight Capacity (lb.)
6000

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year

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Customer Reviews

  • 4
    out of 158 reviews
  • 75%recommend this product
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Big red 48 fail
I had this two weeks pulls steel fence posts great shrubs and the foot breaks....don't believe the 3000lb rating the chain was well below that rating
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    2 found this review helpful
    Like most of these jacks in this price range strength and fit isn't perfect. One the first use on...
    Like most of these jacks in this price range strength and fit isn't perfect. One the first use one of my cotter pins fell off and was lost that holds the main pins in. I used a piece of wire until I put in 2 roll pins so that and the other pin will never fall out now. I wouldn't try to lift heavy loads on this more than half way. I bent the foot some putting about 1ton load or less on it with it crooked in dirt as I pulled fence poles not in concrete. DO put some lube on the mechanisms and rail ! I used 3 in 1 https://www.homedepot.com/p/3-IN-ONE-11-oz-Garage-Door-Lubricant-100584/202319356. This made it operate much smoother with less effort. When you release it be ready for it to lower all the way down so grab the handle to prepare for that. I would recommend it at the home depot delivered free price.
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      I purchased the Big Red Farm Jack to remove stumps. I’m talking about Red Tips, Crepe Myrtles, no...
      I purchased the Big Red Farm Jack to remove stumps. I’m talking about Red Tips, Crepe Myrtles, nothing that big. First Red Tip, no sweat. Second Red Tip seemed like a lot more work. On my third, a Crepe Myrtle, the top of the Jack just snapped in 2. I thought it was supposed to be solid steel construction that could lift up to 6 tons? My 2 ton chain doesn’t have a scratch but this thing snapped in half. I’m just glad that I didn’t get hurt. I will be returning it tomorrow. Won’t buy this brand again.
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        4 found this review helpful
        Farm Jack
        I just used it to remove two fence post buried 3 feet with about 160 pounds of concrete that been in the ground for the last 25 years. With a some effort it pulled those pilings right out.
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        • DIY
        • Recommended
        9 found this review helpful
        Saved my Jeep
        After getting stuck during a late night off-roading adventure this jack was able to lift the Jeep off the ground even on the soft mud. If it weren't for it I'd probably still be out there.
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        • Recommended
        6 found this review helpful
        Horrible Design -- Very Poor Quality
        The main lifting claw material ruptured at the base structure (see photo) with first use. I estimate less than 1 ton was applied. Being a professionial mechanical engineer with decades of design, stress analysis, and material science experience, this has to be one of the poorest designed structural devices I have ever seen. The cast metal is not only very porous, but there is VERY weak structure at the highest stress location on the jack--the base of the claw where it attaches to the jack. Do not buy!!!
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          87 found this review helpful
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          • Verified Purchase
          Great for removing stumps from bushes
          Purchased to remove stumps from dead bushes. After searching online found this product most reasonably priced. Used it several times with great success and minimal effort. Would definitely make a tripod to support jack from tilting over when removing bushes.
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          Heavy duty except for the top clamp
          Unfortunately, if you have it tight against a post the top part of the clamp might be break. There is a thin piece of metal that keeps it from twisting. While pulling out a post, it chipped. It's narrow and thin.
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