UTV Jack Polaris RZR Turbo S 12mm x 2 Front/Rear With Roll Bar Mounts Aluminum JackDaddy Tuff Trail Gear

Ever since UTV’s began gaining popularity, there was a clear need to develop tools necessary to help off-roaders get back on the road after a breakdown or flat tire. Traditional jacks were heavy, took up valuable space, and were difficult to use single-handedly.

Our own passion for the outdoors helped to fuel our desire to engineer the JackDaddy. With strength, durability, and the highest quality materials, we set out to ensure that our products and tools are the best on the market. The JackDaddy is the ultimate accessory for your Side by Side.

The patented JackDaddy is a 6.4 lb lightweight and compact universal jack. It uses a pendulum motion to safely load the suspension, compresses the shock, and keeps the tire low to the ground for quick and efficient repairs. It literally takes 7 to 11 seconds to get your UTV in the air. Once lifted, the safety-mechanism ensures that the UTV stays stable while in the air. When not in use, the JackDaddy is easily stored with billet roll cage mounts, saving tons of storage space.

There is currently no other product on the market that can compete or that compares to the speed, versatility and ease-of-use to the patented JackDaddy. It is a must-have tool for every UTV.
Every jack includes:

  • 1 JackDaddy
  • 1 Extension shaft for taller side-by-sides
  • 2 (If selected) Billet aluminum roll bar mounting brackets (will fit 1– 2 Inch diameter tube)
  • 1 Safety lock
  • 4 Easy-to-install brackets for each tire
  • Does Not Include Roll Bar Mounts

Fits: Polaris RZR Turbo S
Note: Due To All Of The Different Applications With Aftermarket Parts, Tires, Wheels A-Arms And Other Components Available. It Is Difficult For Us To Cover All Options And Circumstances Of Every Application.
Therefore You Must Check And Verify After Proper Installation That There Is Plenty Of Clearance Between The Front Nub Bracket And The Inside Of The Front Tire Sidewalls Of Both Passenger And
And Driver Sides. To Check This Simply Turn The Front Tires All The Way Both Directions And Verify The Clearance Between The Tire And The Front Nub Bracket.
If The Clearance Is In Question Do Not Operate Vehicle As It Could Potentially Damage Your Tire. Must Be Used In Four Wheel Drive