The MoJack MJPRO 750-Pound lift is a great option for tractors and zero turn lawn mowers. It is made from high-quality steel, has a durable design, and is easy to use. The lift can be used to raise the tractor or lawn mower up to 7 inches, which makes it ideal for larger machines. Additionally, the lift comes with a built-in safety feature that ensures that it will not accidentally operate while the tractor or lawn mower is in use.
The MoJack MJPRO 750-Pound Lift for Tractors and Zero Turn Lawn Mowers can increase the lifting capacity of your machine by up to 750 pounds.
This heavy-duty lift makes it easy to transport your tractor or lawn mower in and out of the garage or driveway.
The MJPRO also includes a built-in safety strap system that keeps your machine from moving while you’re lifting it.
The MJPRO is made from strong steel construction with a powder coated finish, making it durable and long lasting.
The included instructions make installation a breeze, so you can get your machine up and running in no time.
The mojack pro riding mower lift is designed to lift riding mowers or lawn tractors that weigh up to 750 pounds. The lift is compatible with any zero-turn adjusting mower, including models with no turning radius. Its sharpening and blade replacement tools make this device ideal for cleaning and maintaining it. Safer and more convenient than car or bike ramps or blocks, it features a screwed jack and safety lock pin system to prevent the programming machine from slipping or becoming unstable when performing maintenance or repair. You may also add the mojack workbench attachment, which is fantastic for small project work on lawn mowers and other small machines. Great for maintaining your mower, the mojack pro is designed to be used with any mower. Created to add the ease of facilitating the lifting and securing of a riding mower, the mojack pro can be designed to fit practically any riding mower on the market, from small tractors to mammoth ZTRs. Unlike handheld devices, the mojack pro enhances the power of your mower for blade sharpening, belt replacement, and ding removal. Great for maintaining your mower, the mojack pro is designed to be used with any mower. Created to add the ease of facilitating the lifting and securing of a riding mower, the mojack pro can be designed to fit practically any riding mower on the market, from small tractors to mammoth ZTRs. Unlike handheld devices, the mojack pro enhances the power of your mower for blade sharpening, belt replacement, and ding removal. Great for maintaining your mower, the mojack pro is designed to be used with any mower. Created to add the ease of facilitating the lifting and securing of a riding mower, the mojack pro can be designed to fit practically any riding mower on the market, from small tractors to mammoth ZTRs. Unlike handheld devices, the mojack pro enhances the power of your mower for blade sharpening, belt replacement, and ding removal.
I ordered the MoJack 750 Pro on Thursday, May 14. It arrived on Monday afternoon, May 18. I put it together the following morning; assembly was pretty easy and the instructions were clear and easy to follow. After completing the assembly, I gave it a dry run with no load. The crank handle was very difficult to turn in the up direction, and even harder to turn in the down direction. It pretty much jammed at one spot in the down direction. This was disappointing. I called MoJack and got through right away to Anthony in Customer Service. He listened to my description of the problem and agreed that the winch assembly was defective. He promised to send a replacement winch right away. The replacement came today, Friday, May 22 via FedEx. Switching winches was pretty easy and within a half hour I had the new winch in and was cranking my John Deere Z655 ZTR mower’s front end up and down with ease.
Top Customer Reviews for MoJack MJ-PRO
Aragorn7 rated MoJack MJ-PRO 4 out of 5 stars on July 5, 2019 and this is exact feedback provided:
Great Lift But Quality Control Was Lacking
Others have discussed the various features of the Mojack Pro; so I will not do that here. I will say that mine was shipped as a box within a box. Each box was also nylon strapped. Though heavy (I used a two wheel dolly), there was no damage due to shipping.The small parts (bolts, nuts, etc.) were plastic sealed against a thick paper backing with descriptions for each of the small components. This was excellent and the instructions were also excellent.My only, but significant problem, came when placing the vertical tower into the base. The initial placement was easy as there is a spring-loaded tower locking pin on the base that will initially lock the vertical tower in place. It is then to be bolted to the base with an additional large Cap Screw (bolt) and Nylon Nut. As I began to run the bolt through the base and vertical tower, the bolt would not pass through the other side of the base. Here is where I noticed a major quality control problem.The hole on the base that was to receive the bolt was out of alignment with the hole in the vertical tower. What is bewildering it that someone at the factory had discovered the problem and attempted to open the hole further with some crude file or perhaps a groove bit in a pneumatic wrench. While all the other holes were nicely covered in black paint, this one was all chewed up with the bear metal exposed. So on the one hand someone at the factory caught the fact that there was an alignment issue, but then failed to resolve the problem so that the Cap Screw could actually pass through. It was still so bad that had I tried to hammer the bolt home, I would have literally stripped the bolt threads clean and made it completely impossible to attach the nylon nut. Question: Why would someone, who obviously found the problem, still let it go out in this condition?I remedied the issue by using a Dremel and a conical grinding stone and spent an additional thirty minutes to grind the hole open further and smoothed out the gouges while I was at it. The Cap Screw then passed through easily and I attached Nylon Nut.The rest of the installation went smoothly and although I have not actually lifted my zero turn yet, I did give the lift an unloaded dry run and it appeared to work smoothly. Should I actually have a problem I will update that fact here.I believe I will really enjoy using the MoJack Pro and I would love to have rated it 5 stars, but that would have required an assembly that did not require me to fix the company’s own failure at producing a product without defect.
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Jim Guill rated MoJack MJ-PRO 2 out of 5 stars on April 15, 2020 and this is exact feedback provided:
Great product; just hope they give you the correctly manufactured parts!
This review is mainly about the incredible problems I had with Mo Jack, VM Express ( the third party seller) and Amazon itself. The Mo Jack Pro works great; the problem was I received the kit with an improperly manufactured part that happened to be the main lift arm. The holes for the push pins by which you attach the arms and the footpads for the lift were drilled horizontally instead of vertically. In other words, you couldn’t attack the arms and footpads oriented properly to work. It was a 100 lb. doorstop. I contacted Mo Jack, and they said it was un unserviceable part, and had to return everything to Amazon. A 100 lb. pile of metal, and I had no box for it (the original box was shredded in shipping) and I had to take it to Amazon. I contacted Amazon, and they said I had to contact VM Express. I emailed them through Amazon and, guess what! They said I had to contact Mo Jack. I instead took the piece to a local machinist, paid him $10.00 to put it on his drill press, and he drilled the holes correctly. BTW, this lift is made in China. The machinist said the Chinese give him a lot of business!I am very pleased with how easily I can lift my Bad Boy Renegade, which weighs about 1550 lb. Just remember, if you have a problem with a major component, you need to have a good machinist to back you up. Mo Jack, VM Express and Amazon will give you the run around!
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