The MoJack EZ Max is a residential riding lawn mower lift that has a lifting capacity of 450lbs. It fits most residential and Ztr mowers, and folds flat for easy storage. The MoJack EZ Max makes it easy to change blades, sharpen blades, or perform other repairs on your lawn mower. It also protects your lawn mower from being damaged by lifting it off the ground.
The MoJack EZ Max is a residential riding lawn mower lift that has a lifting capacity of 450lbs.
It fits most residential and ZTR mowers, and can be folded flat for easy storage.
The MoJack EZ Max is perfect for mower maintenance or repair.
It has a durable construction and is easy to use.
The MoJack EZ Max is a must-have for any homeowner who wants to maintain or repair their riding lawn mower.
The MoJack EZ Max is a residential riding lawn mower lift that has a lifting capacity of 450lbs. It fits most residential and Ztr mowers, and folds flat for easy storage. The MoJack EZ Max makes it easy to change blades, sharpen blades, or perform other repairs on your lawn mower. It also protects your lawn mower from being damaged by lifting it off the ground. The mojack EZ Max is a 24″ collapsible lawn-mower jack. It features an automatic clutch with a smooth release mechanism for effortless lifting of a lawn-mowing machine, as well as a customized safety design that ensures complete release mechanisms. The clutch of the lawn mower motor provides the right amount of torque for lifting a light or heavy-duty lawn mower or tractor. The maximum lifting capacity is 450 lb (for lifting the front part of the lawn mower, not its entirety). Wheel measurement of 18.5″ to 47.5″ (from inside of the tires to the outside of the tires) to fit most residential tractors and ztr mowers.
This thing is close to perfect – easy to put together, very easy to operate, and by pulling 2 pins it breaks down into 3 pieces that take up almost no room in my shed when not in use. I was a bit concerned about all the reviews that say you can raise the mower but not lower it, until realizing that those folks almost certainly failed to read the instructions which say that the mower’s wheels must be able to roll when raising or lowering it. So it has to be out of gear with the parking brake off. You can put the brake on after raising the mower, but take it off before lowering it. Also, you must pull out the yellow safety catch while lowering; this is stated on a decal right next to the hand crank. I don’t really get why anyone would need a power tool to raise or lower; the crank turns very easily.
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D. Cole rated 5 out of 5 stars on April 14, 2018 and this is exact feedback provided:
5 stars but a slight ding as well.
This is for the MoJack EZ Max Mower Lift w/ 450lbs Capacity … Ok, the last time I had to change my blades on my cub cadet xt1, I had to take the deck off to do it. This took a lot of time. Im talking a good hour invested in getting it off, getting the blades off, putting the deck back on. (this was with another person helping and doing most of the work)I just replaced my blades using this lift. Lifted up, blades replaced, back on ground, less than 15 minutes. It worked perfectly. I want to emphasize just how easy this lift is. A few years ago, I had a stroke. today, my left side is maybe 30%. stretching my left arm out to do anything weakens it severely. Holding a 10 lb weight straight out wouldnt last but a couple seconds at most. I used my left arm to raise my mower. It was a little bit of a workout for my left arm but it was able to get it all the way to the top. Using my right hand is almost effortless, The biggest issue is just you do have a fair amount of cranks to get it to the top but it is not at all hard to do.Now to my dings of the product. Its really not much. There was an issue with one of the holes being bent on the ground stabilizing rod that had to be hammered back into place and even then it was still a tad warped so it took a bit to get the screw to go in straight instead of it wanting to go in crooked. I would liked to see a better design on the storage features.having to switch that cotter pin back and forth. I can just see that being an issue of you possibly losing it.Overall, fantastic! It held my 600lb cub cadet with no issues.
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Eric rated 1 out of 5 stars on March 20, 2019 and this is exact feedback provided:
FIND ANOTHER MOWER LIFT
Wow. It appears as if quality control is non-existent at MoJack. Upon opening the box, the package containing the nuts/bolts/pins was halfway open with only two bolts inside, but luckily I found the rest of the hardware scattered within the box. Upon removing the various parts to assemble the MoJack, I noticed bent tabs, deep scratches, chipped paint, and welds that were apparently done by a highly intoxicated monkey(see the attached pictures). Riding mowers are heavy, and if this thing fails with someone underneath it’s likely going to crush their ribs at best, and kill them at worst. I had high hopes for the MoJack, but I am not about to trust my life to such a poor quality product. I have returned the MoJack and will purchase another mower lift.
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