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Cepco Tool QuikJack QJ1 Flooring/Construction Jack

3.9 out of 5 stars 32 customer reviews

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  • Horizontal/vertical jack for wood floor installation and multipurpose bracing
  • Pushes, pulls, bends, and straightens virtually anything on the jobsite
  • Connects to 2-by-4 material of any length
  • Wind crank applies just the right amount of pressure
  • Presses plywood or composite panels together; squeezes hefty planks together
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Product Description

A versatile jack for straightening and joining materials of all sizes over any surface, the QuikJack is fast, simple, and easy. Use the QuikJack to push, pull, bend, or straighten virtually anything on your job site, leaving no gaps. With its simple construction, the QuikJack will reinvent how you think about wood floor installation and multipurpose bracing.

From the Manufacturer

Join flooring with ease! Use over any surface! Squeeze last board! Push, pull, bend, or straighten virtually anything on your jobsite. No more GAPS! Slide jack over any length of 2 in. x 4 in. for working away from wall or brace, wind crank, fasten board, pick 2 in. x 4 in. up and do it again - jack stays on 2 in.x 4 in. Jack locks itself to 2 in. x 4 in. Jack holds work in place, HANDS FREE! 2 in.x 4 in. floats over top of work, no need to cut or fasten 2 in. x 4 in. extension. To pull in last boards requires 1/4 in. gap between last board and wall. Use a board against wall to protect finished walls.

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Technical Details

Part Number 1
Item Weight 14 pounds
Product Dimensions 2.8 x 9.5 x 22.2 inches
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Item model number QJ1XXX

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ASIN B0000224PZ
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3.9 out of 5 stars 32 customer reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #374,426 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#99 in Home Improvement > Building Supplies > Material Handling > Jacks > Floor Jacks
Shipping Weight 14.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Date First Available November 8, 1999

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The Cepco floor jack is a fantastic tool if you are installing hardwood flooring and want really tight joints in those areas next to a wall where you cannot get a flooring nailer. Instead of using screwdrivers, chisels, or wedges to force the flooring together, the floor jack simply presses it into place with no bother and no fuss.
I recommend using a 2x4 or 2x6 at least 36" long against the wall that you are going to press against to keep from damaging the wall or pushing a single stud out of place. The wall jack can generate a lot of force and in the hands of a careless installer it could dislocate a wall or partition.
While this tool is designed primarily for installing hardwood flooring, creative carpenters will undoubtedly find many was to use this tool to precisely move framing members. It is worth every penny that I paid for it.
Pete Bucy
NC1, Inc.
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By A Customer on October 21, 2003
What a great use of a very simple concept.The guy who came up with this idea is pure genius. A must have for installing wood floors.Quickly and easily closes gaps without damaging the flooring.Simple setup makes it an effecient tool to use.It's worth every penny.
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After using a friends, I decided to buy my own, but balked at the price. A trip to Northern Tool for a trailer jack, and about $10 worth of parts from HD, and I had an equally functional and more attractive tool for less than $50. I've now made about half a dozen because they really are very useful, but not for $150 each.
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I just installed some 200sqft of prime 12ft heart pine boards with it, and I think it was worth the money. Even though the boards were straight, the longer they are the more difficult they are to nail down tightly. This tool will get them as tight as they can go given the imperfections of the subfloor. It is a much more versatile tool than the cheaper stuff.

There are certain negative points here. If the wall on the right is too close, then the handle will stand in the way and you cannot use the tool. The weight of the tool together with the necessary 2x4 is considerable and it will give you quite a bit of exercise. The far side wall must have hard points against which you can press, otherwise you must nail another 2x4 to the subfloor next to the far side wall to serve as a support, and this technique will not work with the last couple of laps. It does have the tendency to raise the board on which you work.

One important positive point to mention is that it will work on the last lap as long as the wall has hard points.
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I liked the quickjack, like other reviews I too think they need to do a few adjustments put some non marring plastic in some areas, I was really careful not to let it scratch my hardwood floor. I installed nearly 2000 sf of 2 1/4" wide maple flooring and I was surprised how little I used the jack, at first I thought I would really need it, I might have used it on 24 boards mainly because I paid so much for it I thought I better use it! honestly a block of wood screwed down and prying against a scrap piece of flooring was much quicker than getting this setup, and making sure along the way you didn't scratch your floor with this tool..
I think it would be a great tool to use when installing deck boards on an exterior deck..
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I purchased the QJ11, to assist in the installation of hardwood flooring. The jack works as described and allowed me to install the floors with minimum waste, as I was able to straighten bowed strips. The only reccomendation I would make, to the tool, is to add some sort of protection to the unused foot mounting bracket, to prevent possible scratching of finished flooring.
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This is a heavy-duty, well-built tool. You could spend 40 years using this puppy installing floors and pass it on to your great-grandchildren. It is not easy to use. It is cumbersome. It is heavy. You want a battleship? Or a speedboat? Depends. You want the floor to look good? This is the guy to do it.
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This thing is an amazing piece. I needed to bring together a dance floor that was a floating type floor and this did it smoothly and gently. You have total control of the speed and force and if you are concerned about scratching the surface of the floor all you need is to put a small piece of carpet under it and it is fine. I had no scratching problem without andy carpet but my point is I can not think of anything that would improve this. I will be putting in floors for myself because this makes such an easy experience to apply the pressure to a real hardwood floor it is a keeper of a tool for the rest of my days.
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