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    Pro MoJack

    Has anyone used the Pro MoJack on a x700 series. I have a X739 w/54"HC deck. The jack will lift 750lbs. I want to use to change blades and clean deck.
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    The specs on your machine rate it as 1044 lbs (without the deck) so no, it would not safely lift your mower.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toughsox View Post
    The specs on your machine rate it as 1044 lbs (without the deck) so no, it would not safely lift your mower.
    The MoJack only has to lift the front end of the tractor, not the entire weight of the machine. The MoJack Pro can lift 750 lbs. If in doubt, contact MoJack customer support and they should be able to confirm whether your X700 is compatible with the Pro model.
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    Remember its only lifting the front. Not all the weight.
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    Ahhhhh, now I went and googled that jack. As a mechanic by trade, I cant say Id feel comfortable working underneath that with some sort of additional jackstands, but it does look convenient. Sorry for my initial post without researching the product you mentioned but, Id still feel more comfortable with a safety device that can handle the total weight of what I'm lifting.
    Perhaps I'm being overly cautious but, I haven't gotten squished by a vehicle yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toughsox View Post
    Ahhhhh, now I went and googled that jack. As a mechanic by trade, I cant say Id feel comfortable working underneath that with some sort of additional jackstands, but it does look convenient. Sorry for my initial post without researching the product you mentioned but, Id still feel more comfortable with a safety device that can handle the total weight of what I'm lifting.
    Perhaps I'm being overly cautious but, I haven't gotten squished by a vehicle yet.
    The MoJack and most other mower lifts have a positive metal-pin engagement lock that engages once the mower is at work height. That way you aren't relying on the lift mechanism alone to support the tractor while you are working under it. I have a smaller MoJack for my X500 and the little lock lever is very positive. On the Pro model you have the machine supported by the winch mechanism in addition to the ratcheting lock stops.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jgayman View Post
    The MoJack only has to lift the front end of the tractor, not the entire weight of the machine. The MoJack Pro can lift 750 lbs. If in doubt, contact MoJack customer support and they should be able to confirm whether your X700 is compatible with the Pro model.
    Someone from myJack on My/tractor forum said the weight was ok but there jack was made for 17" Front tires and the X700 are 18'. I wanted to know if anyone was using one on the x700's
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    rated 1500 lbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 99srxman View Post
    rated 1500 lbs.

    But unlike a MoJack, this type of mechanism has nothing to backup the cable. If the cable or hook fails the load will fall.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 99srxman View Post
    rated 1500 lbs.
    The winch. the beam, or the bolts? Hopefully all of them.
    Last edited by keane; 03-13-2019 at 11:36 PM. Reason: fixed quote
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