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Log Jack
Log Jack

Strong yet lightweight, the Log Jack (also known as a Timber Jack) is a combination log lifter, log holder, log roller, and sometimes a post remover. The tool consists of a hook and toe support at the end of a long handle. As a holder, it self-adjusts to the log diameter; as a jack, it grabs and lifts logs up to 20 inches diameter. Most models included are both chain with delta ring and snap-on stabilizer feet for muddy or uneven terrain. (For some makes, an available option is a hitch post that allows the tool to work off a Class 3 receiver hitch.)

Estimated Cost Cost range: $65-$130, depending on make and model

Limitations Limitations Addressed by Product: Strength/endurance, Back

SourceColumbus McKinnon Corporation
205 Crosspoint Parkway
Getzville, NY, 14068
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SourcePeavey Manufacturing Company
P.O. Box 129
526 Main Road
Eddington, ME, 04428

SourceTimber Tuff Tools
P.O. Box 155
15067 Spruce Hill Park Road NE
Miltona, MN, 56354
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SourceWoodchuck Tool, Inc.
160 Stewart Drive
Maplecrest, NY, 12454
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Last updated: Nov 20, 2019

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