MoJack MJ-72 Z 400-Pound Lift for Large Zero Turn Radius Mowers

Posted on June 8, 2010. Filed under: MoJack | Tags: , , , |

MoJack MJ-72 Z 400-Pound Lift for Large Zero Turn Radius Mowers Review


This is by far the best accessory I have bought for my lawnmower. It has saved me hundreds of dollars in maintenance fees by allowing me to do the work myself. The jack is easy to assemble and use. I would definitely recommend this product.

MoJack MJ-72 Z 400-Pound Lift for Large Zero Turn Radius Mowers Feature

  • If the measurement between the front tires of your mower is between 29 inches and 44 inches, the Z will fit your mower.
  • Safely and efficiently change the mower blades and perform routine maintenance.
  • Lifting capacity of 400 lbs with 25 inches of clearance underneath the mower.
  • Fits most Zero Turn Radius mowers.
  • Change blades or clean mower deck safely and easily

MoJack MJ-72 Z 400-Pound Lift for Large Zero Turn Radius Mowers Overview

The Mojack Z lawn mower lift provides a safe, efficient and reliable way to lift your ZTR riding lawnmower, giving you full access to the undercarriage for simple maintenance procedures such as sharpening blades and replacing broken belts. Safer to use than car ramps or cement blocks. Compatible With: Zero turn radius mowers, Capacity (lbs.): 400, Height Range (in.): 25, Lockable: Yes, Dimensions L x W x H (in.): 63 W. X 43 H., Material Type: 2in. Steel tube frame, Includes: All needed hardware, Common Usage: Maintenance procedures on zero turn mowers

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*** Product Information and Prices Stored: Jun 08, 2010 07:57:00

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