I use a hi lift. I use the lift mate to get the tire off the ground. It only takes easily 20 seconds or less of jacking to get the tire off the ground. Then get the ghetto bottle jack and slip it under axle and in actually 2-3 minutes I have the tire safely suspended in the air. The hi lift just makes it sooooo much easier. I learned the hard way of trying to fix a flat in a sandy river bottom
Then some local jeepers come buy show me some wheelin' tricks and I'm rolling in minutes. They followed me out the whole rest of the trail (19 miles
)just in case another rock decided to slash my sidewall. Nicest guys I've ever met on the trail.
05' 4x4, Auto, Locked
F&R, D44 SFA & 8.8 w/disc & c-clip eliminator , Yukon Chromo's F&R, Custom Skids, Sliders, Bumpers, 35" BFGs, 5.13 gears, Riddler & Solid Diff Covers, Superchips Flashpaq, CB, Optima Red Top, Gibson Exhaust, K&N Air Filter & a lot of other little things.