BOLT Lock Releases J-Mount Bracket Mounting System For Jeep TJ/JK

New from BOLT Lock – the J-Mount bracket mounting system for Jeep TJ and JK. This mount securely attaches the high-lift jack to the side of the vehicle for easy, vertical access. See more details below.

Official Release:

BOLT Lock has redesigned their revolutionary J-Mount bracket mounting system for Jeep TJ and JK off-road enthusiasts to now be compatible with the Smittybuilt Trail Jack. The J-Mount securely attaches the high-lift jack to the side of the vehicle for easy, vertical access.

This critical Jeep accessory features the convenient “Breakthrough One-Key Lock Technology” to protect it. BOLT Locks’ one-key technology permanently programs the lock to the Jeep owner’s ignition key, eliminating the need for extra keys. Upon inserting the ignition key into the lock cylinder, spring-loaded plate tumblers move up and down and the cylinder is uniquely coded the first time the key is rotated. An auto-return spring locks automatically when the key is removed.

“The popularity of the original J-Mount showed all of us at BOLT Lock that there was a clear need for this product so we decided to redesign it to fit the Smittybuilt Trail Jack,” said Erika Marquez, National Sales Manager for BOLT Lock.

Designed for 1997 to 2018 Jeep TJ and JK models as well as for the Smittybuilt Trail Jack, the J-Mount is designed to bolt into the existing window bracket holes on either the driver or passenger side just in front of the side mirrors. An adjustable pin makes the J-Mount compatible with both the Smittybuilt Trail Jack and the Hi-Lift Jack. No drilling is required to secure the J-Mount to the Jeep. Made in America, the J-Mount is comprised of corrosion-resistant, automotive-grade stainless steel. Included in the kit are plastic pieces on the top and 3 mil film on the bottom to prevent metal-on-metal contact.

Features:

  • Securely attaches the high-lift jack to the side of the vehicle
  • Breakthrough one-key lock technology
  • Designed to bolt into the existing window bracket holes

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