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I am curious as to the type of jack you carry with you in your UTV to change a tire and what you would rather have to make jacking up your ATV and changing the tire easier.Keep it reasonable,dont want to see someone wanting Mr Goodwrench in a lamp to rub whenever you need him.(LOL)

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I carry a 1 ton bottle jack and few small blocks of 2X4 wood to stack under & above the jack as needed.

rocmoc n AZ

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