If you do the hi lift jack, you'll want to get the Lift Mate. It can lift directly from a wheel. (depending on the spoke pattern of your new setup). Otherwise, you'll run out of jack before you run out of suspension. It also gives you options to lift from a soft shackle on the recovery points or the rear hitch receiver. Just remember - don't use the little hole under the lifting jaw - it isn't rated for the lift. It is tempting to put a bow shackle pin through there and lift from there. There are a few products you can use to help keep things from slipping on the lifting jaw, but the Lift Mate is most versatile. Great re 37's With your recovery setup, just double check what the working load limits and breaking strengths are of all your gear. You want to know what the weakest 'link in the chain' is. I like to make my puller, winch, jack, the weakest link. So if it bogs down, the rest of the chain (literally) is still holding strong. And nothing wrong with using steel bow shackles on your rated recovery points, the tree strap or the pulley if you use one (basically, the ends). Use only a soft shackle to connect two tow straps or a tow strap to a recovery strap. If one of those breaks, the steel shackle goes ballistic. And use a heavy jacket, blanket or winch line dampener on any segment of tensioned line. Chain and synthetic winch rope are pretty safe. Wire rope (cable) and rope, not so much.