|Item Weight||85 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||30.1 x 15.8 x 6.9 inches|
|Item model number||B6350|
|Manufacturer Part Number||B6350|
Blackhawk B6350 Black/Red Fast Lift Service Jack - 3.5 Ton Capacity
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|Item Dimensions||30.12 x 15.75 x 6.89 in||28 x 12 x 10 in||26 x 6.3 x 13.2 in||28 x 14 x 8 in||28.4 x 13.9 x 7.4 in||30.12 x 6.89 x 15.75 in|
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Fast Lift to the Jacking Point
Blackhawk B6350 Service Jack is a 3-1/2 ton (7,000 lbs) capacity service jack that features the unique design of fast list technology to fast lift to the jacking point with no load.
It features the swivel saddle that provides you with the easy jack positioning and user safety. Its heavy duty steel construction also provides you the safe use and long term durability.
Blackhawk B6350 Service Jack also features the bypass device that preventing the damage from over pumping.
Blackhawk B6350 Service Jack also features the built-in internal safety valve and vent plug to ensures the safe operation.- 3½Ton (7,000 Lbs.) Lift Capacity
- Fast Lifting Technology
- Heavy Duty Steel Construction & Swivel Saddle
- Built-In Safty Valve and Bypass Device
Blackhawk B6350 Service Jack is backed by the full one year warranty from the date of the purchase.
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First, this jack is heavy. It's is not a problem if you're rolling it around on a garage floor or paved driveway. If you'll be picking it up and carrying it around this is probably not the jack for you. 85 pounds is a lot unless you're in great shape.
Second, the instructions leave a lot to be desired, especially if you're not too familiar with floor jacks. Here are some tips:
A. on the underside of the handle fork (the piece into which you slide the handle) there's a 9/16" bolt. That bolt is connected to a rod that I presume is to hold the handle fork in place during shipping. It must be removed carefully - the bolt, its lock washer and the rod will fly off when you release the tension.
B. That same bolt holds the handle in place, without the rod, when you roll it around. Insert the handle into the handle fork and screw the bolt back in. It was a little short with the lock washer in place, so I discarded the washer. The bolt fits into a groove on the end of the handle and keeps it from pulling out. Note that the handle will store in the fully upright position when not in use.
C. The handle is in two pieces, and is held together with two allen screws with lock washers. A 5/32 allen wrench fits them.
D. The instructions tell you to expel any pressurized air before first use and verify the oil level. As part of this process you need to remove the oil filler plug. The instructions just say it's on top of the hydraulic reservoir. To find it you need to remove the small tray that's in front of the handle fork. The plug is rubber and painted the same red color as the jack. It looks like a round bump on the reservoir. Pry it up and off with your fingernail or a small flat blade screwdriver, and clean away any small paint chips - you don't want them in your oil Then follow the instructions. Reinserting the plug can be tricky. A small flat blade screwdriver will help.
E. I measured the range. It's from 5-1/4" to 19-1/8".
I hope this helps.
I couldn't argue with the price, and chose this one over a few others I was looking at since it seems to have the highest lift range. I almost wished I had bought the Powerzone which had more reviews, and looks nice, but that jack has a 4" lower lifting height and I'm using it to work on lifted offroad vehicles. The Powerzone could be about the same quality wise though, because this one looked really nice
Couple things I don't like though. When I got it there was a metal wire/hook part just floating around the box, and I can't seem to figure out where it goes, but the jack works fine without it. I kept it in a parts drawer just in case.
The "Grip" on the jack handle did not fit well. Instead of opening/closing the valve on the jack I would just spin the grip. This was quickly fixed by removing the grip and shooting some spray adhesive inside of it. The "magnetic" parts tray wouldn't fit or stay on without beating the tabs in, and the "magnetic" part is nothing more than a piece of material like what is found on the back of a fridge magnet glued into the tray. The rubber pad on the saddle is not held down by anything, it just sits in there. In my experience these usually have a tapered plug to hold it in place, etc. This lets the pad jump out from the vibrations while you're rolling the jack back into it's storage location in your work area. Finally the thing squeaks when lifting a vehicle. Never had a jack do this before, but as long as it lasts that's fine with me. As others have mentioned, it's very, VERY quick up to its lifting surface, but slow to actually raise a load. No big deal.
Again, all these things are very minor, and I would not expect the same quality from a Milwaukee jack, old school Banner, etc. Then again, I would also not expect to pay anywhere close for one of those for what I paid for this jack.