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The Tool Of Choice For Extrication, Heavy Rescue, Forcible Entry, RIT/RIC, Procedures As Well As Stabilization And Shoring

From being first on-scene at a rural accident to deploying RIT for a firefighter down during a structure fire, or searching for victims at the largest of incidents, there is no tool in the fires service that offers more versatility than the First Responder Jack by Hi-Lift®

Dependable and Versatile

No other rescue tool is as easy to use, dependable, visible, and versatile -- giving it unlimited potential at a fraction of the cost of other expensive rescue tools. The First Responder Jack offers the same spreading and ramming options used in extrication as the expensive hydraulic tools at a fraction of the cost. It requires no fuel or power, which makes it ideal for remote access with limited resources, and USAR applications in all types of disasters.

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Firefighter-designed, the First Responder Jack is constructed of steel, cast iron, and high-strength aluminum, and available in 36", 48", and 60" sizes. It offers up to 4660 lb. of leveraging, lifting, and winching options.


36" (FR-365)


48" (FR-485)


60" (FR-605)


• Removable Top Clamp-Clevis Attachment Is Rated To The Full Capacity Of The Jack For Winching, Clamping And Spreading.

• Durable Powder-Coated Bright Yellow Main Components With Fire Red Actuating Piece

• Aggressive 36 Sq. Inch Base Provides A Safe And Effective Platform, While Offering A Wide Array Of Rescue Options That Encompass; Cribbing, Chains, Straps, And Has A 360 Degree Pinnable Rotation Platform.

• Luminescent Features For Use In IDLH And Low Light Atmospheres.


The Bloomfield Manufacturing Company, established in 1895 by the late Philip John Harrah, is one of the oldest companies in the state of Indiana, and is the parent company to the Hi-Lift Jack Company.

The company is still owned and operated under the leadership of the fifth generation of the Harrah family.

The Hi-Lift's predecessor was invented in 1905 and sold as the Automatic Combination Tool. The original jack was commonly known as the Handyman or Sheepherder's Jack, and years later it was renamed the Hi-Lift Jack.

Our current product line includes the Handle-All multi-functional tool with telescoping handle and 4 full-sized implements; Slide-N-Lock Tie-Down System - an extruded aluminum rail and locking pin system for tying down cargo in pick-up trucks; the Post-Popper post puller; and the Kant-Slam Hydraulic Gate and Door Closer. But the Hi-Lift Jack remains our best-selling, most popular item.