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MoJack Simplifies Mower Maintenance
Ten years ago Dan Drake saw a jack for riding mowers built in a southeast Kansas welding shop. He saw its potential right away and purchased the rights to commercialize production. Now, MoJack® can be found all over the country in large farm supply and home improvement stores as well as smaller businesses.
Some report they sell more jacks than mowers, Drake notes.
“The patented design is the first of its kind,” he explains. “MoJack lifts the mower by the wheels so it gets high enough to get your whole body under it.”
That makes it safer and easier to remove and replace blades and do other maintenance under the deck. MoJack cranks up easily so anyone can use it, from consumers to businesses with fleets of mowers.
“It’s adjustable for everything from small garden tractors to giant zero-turn mowers,” Drake says.
Built with sturdy steel, MoJack holds the mower on a solid metal base and has an automatic locking pin to prevent the lift from coming down. When not needed it folds up and rolls on wheels to store under a bench, on a shelf, or against a wall.
MoJack is available in six sizes from the base model that lifts 300 lbs. ($179 retail) to the PRO model for ZTR mowers with decks 65-in. and bigger ($499 retail).
The company also private labels the jacks for Cub Cadet, Troy-Bilt and Craftsman.
The website provides dealer locations. The lifts are also available on Amazon.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, MoJack, 3535 N. Rock Rd., Wichita, Kan. 67226 (ph 877 466-5225; www.themojack.com; info@themojack.com).

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2020 - Volume #44, Issue #2