No real option other that inseting the toung of the Hi-lift into the reciver tube of the hitch, but that makes for a real tippy situation. In the front, you might rig something to work with tow hooks, if you have them.
For a stock ZJ, stay away from the Hi-lift. Even the factory bottle jack is better to use, even if you have to stack rocks or plant a tree trunk or something to place the bottle jack on.
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