MoJack continues to expand their line of lawn mower lifts

Wichita, KS—MoJack unveiled its newest model at the GIE+EXPO in Louisville, Kentucky, October 28-30, 2010. “MoJack XT is the sister to the MoJack PRO unit” says Nate Gregory, CEO of MoJack. “This new model will support more weight and larger dimension mowers and tractors than our EZ model but will have a lower price point than the MoJack PRO.”

The MoJack is an innovative device that lifts and secures lawn tractors to allow easy undercarriage maintenance, and is appearing at this year’s GREEN INDUSTRY and Equipment Expo. The MoJack, an adjustable lift constructed of solid tubular steel, is designed to fit any size of lawn tractor or riding mower, including zero turning radius models.  

With a lifting capacity of 500 pounds, it will make blade sharpening, belt replacement and mower debris removal safer and easier. “The MoJack is specifically designed to raise and secure a riding mower or lawn tractor so that its undercarriage can be maintained,” says Gregory. “It’s a lot more practical and safer than makeshift solutions, like propping the mower up on cement blocks or trying to adapt car ramps. And, it’s easy to assemble and store.”

The MoJack provides a practical solution to what has been, until now, a tedious, back-breaking, and often dangerous chore.  MoJack XT operates on a secure screw jack system with automatic locking pins that engage when lowering the mower or lawn tractor.  The mower rest safely in the wheel pads while undergoing maintenance.   It’s built from 2 inch and 3 inch 14 gauge steel tubing and provides up to 25 inches of clear space for cleaning/washing and maintenance.

For more information or to purchase any of the MoJack products, visit, contact MoJack directly by phone at 1-877-4MO-JACK, email at [email protected] or via mail at 3971 N. Woodlawn Court, Wichita, KS 67220. You can also find us on Facebook and Twitter.

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