JACKJAW JACK JAW Y POST EXTRACTOR

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Boss Attachments NZ Ltd

32 Neilpark Drive

East Tamaki, Auckland

Boss Attachments NZ Ltd

Features

Title JACKJAW JACK JAW Y POST EXTRACTOR
Make JACKJAW
Sale Price POA
Hire Rate $25 per day
Listing Type New
Stock Number S23
RefCode TA764535
Operator Available No
Transport Available No

Description

JACK JAW PPS 10mm

Stake and Post Extractors That Work!

Ease Your Pain
The patent pending jaw and lever mechanism allows you to pull stakes and posts straight up out of the ground or sub-grade without bending them, keeping your expensive stakes straight for hundreds of repeated uses.

Pulling straight up is easier, because it eliminates side loading, and resulting strain on the operator's back. Using the JackJaw® extractor is safer than using a hammer and striking the metal stakes to loosen them. And is much less expensive than using two guys and a bobcat to pull tent stakes and posts.

Gripping Force
The gripping jaws of the JackJaw® extractor are made from case hardened AR400 steel that will last for thousands of pulls. When it is necessary, they are easily replaced in the field using common tools to install the new jaws.

Made to Last
JackJaw® Extractors are made from heavy gauge steel plate and tubing to withstand everyday job site use. Two holes in the 4" by 8" base plate allow you to attach it to a board for an even wider base for working in soft conditions. No paint to chip. JackJaw® has a clear zinc plating for lasting durability that will resist corrosion.

Mechanical Advantage
The JackJaw® 100 and 200 multiply force by 9 times. A 50 pound down force on the handle generates a massive 1050 pounds of gripping force and 450 pound upward breakout force on the stake. Need more force? Just push a little harder to get even the toughest pins or stakes out in one stroke.