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THE LOGGING HOMEOWNER’S RIGHTHAND JACK | Multipurpose Manual Log Lift Allows You to Elevate, Roll, Reposition & Safely Cut Small to Large Timber | Steel Support Stand & Hook Fit Wooden Logs 3” to 15” in Diameter for Amazing Versatility
STRONG & DURABLE STEEL CONSTRUCTION | Heavy-Duty Powder-Coated Steel Tubing Provides Superior Strength, All-Weather Protection & Rustproof Performance for Years of Outdoor Use | Rugged Yet Lightweight Design is Great for Carrying
SAFE FOR LOG SAWS, CHAINSAWS & HAND SAWS | Handle the Heaviest of Logs Without Digging Into Dirt! | Timberjack Helps Save Chains From Getting Stuck in the Ground & Protects Against Kickback for Greater Safety, Efficiency & Cut Speed
ERGONOMIC HANDLE FOR ALL-DAY COMFORT | Be Free to Move, Stack & Slice Wood for Hours Without Worrying About Back, Neck & Shoulder Pain | Jack Brings Logs to More Comfortable Height, While Comfy Handle Gives You Ideal Leverage
SIMPLE ASSEMBLY HAS YOU CUTTING IN MINUTES | Set Arrives with a Complete Hardware Kit & Easy Instructions for Setup | Enjoy All the Conveniences of a Commercial-Quality Log Lift in One Sturdy, Compact, Easy-to-Store Home System
|Product Dimensions||50.4 x 8.9 x 16.5 inches|
|Item Weight||16.76 pounds|
|Item model number||RHTIMBRJCK|
4.1 out of 5 stars
|Best Sellers Rank||
#36,702 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
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Reviewed in the United States on August 6, 2020
All steel construction: A plus, as it’s strong without being prohibitively expensive. Triangular brace on the stand side is a nice touch. I’m cutting up 16″ Douglas Fir logs over 24″ in diameter, a lightly built cant hook or timber jack wouldn’t last a day. I only cut firewood logs a few times a year, so I can manage with a somewhat heavy log jack. If I were working with a chainsaw for a living, I’d probably look at the Logrite aluminum cant hooks, which would cost about 200 bucks by the time you added the log stand.
The hardware is puzzling. M8 bolts and nylock nuts. Bolts are too long for their intended use, leaving 1/2 inch or more of exposed thread, which will undoubtedly become galled and damaged in time. Additionally, the hook pivots on a bolt, not a steel pin. This is something I’ll certainly change, either by locating and purchasing a pin, or making one on my lathe. Better hardware, appropriately sized, and a correct pivot pin would go a long way to improving the overall impression of quality. Also, the hook pivots inside a steel bracket, with a great deal of slop. I’ll fit up some spacers to close the gap between the hook body and the inside walls of the bracket to fix that issue.
Documentation consists of an exploded diagram, with no explanation for the different holes in the pivot bracket, and there is an inexplicable clevis which I believe may be to lock the hook open or closed. I guess…???
Not unhappy, although I should have shopped around. One of the big box stores has the exact same tool for 10 bucks less than I paid, and 20 bucks less than the current price. Do your due diligence before buying from Amazon.
FInal thought. There are three “features” I’m asked to rate: Durability, Sturdiness and Thickness (?). Durability and Sturdiness seem to be the same thing, at least functionally. Thickness could be relevant to weight, or to durability (and sturdiness!), but I’m not sure what it’s supposed to be so I don’t know how to rate that. Yes, it could be thinner, or it could be thicker. Perhaps there should be an additional category for “thinness”. The only relevant questions are for durability and functionality. Does it work and does it last? I’ll update after I get through the 5 cords of Doug Fir in my back lot.
Reviewed in the United States on July 26, 2020
I canât recommend this as the tolerances arenât very tight. This screams cheap and wonât hold up under any regular use.
Reviewed in the United States on July 20, 2020
Amazed at how effective this Jack is in lifting logs. Able to lift 14â by 10â logs by myself and Iâm 82.
I have 8ft. long logs delivered to my home. When they are dumped they fall like pickup sticks. The log lifter allows me to isolate a single log, roll it, lift it and safely cut it without damaging the saw chain in the dirt.
Reviewed in the United States on July 31, 2020
Easy to assemble. Sturdy. Makes lifting and holding fallen trees easier. Great leverage for sawing. Excellent for one man work.
Solid built, nice product. I wish the handle had a positive lock, instead of threads which loosen over time. The threaded on handle is not a deal breaker.
I bought 1 cheaper brand prior, that bend easily, this is very heavy duty and very well worth a few dollars more.ð
Reviewed in the United States on August 4, 2020
Great tool, keep logs off the ground when cutting