|Item Weight||29.4 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||20.7 x 9.8 x 6.2 inches|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||600KA|
LiftMaster 2.5 Ton Low Profile Floor Jack
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Regarding lifting, there is too much play in the actuator. When the car is on the ground, one has only a small amount of room to move the handle. Thus, all jacks - and especially those referring to themselves as "low Profile" - should be able to work with very short strokes if required. This one can't. The minimum stroke distance is far to big.
Worse, the release valve has no variability at all. Your options are either closed or open. This means your car is either held firmly in the air - or crashing unsupported back to earth.
Now to talk about the jack. It is perfect for my car and it is super light and fits in the extremely small trunk of my Mustang GT. The biggest issue mentioned with this jack is the rapid rate it drops the car when you turn the release valve. This comment is “FACT” and when conducting a test prior to actually using it to work under my car. The jack lifted the vehicle with ease and it was not extremely hard to jack. The jack stayed in place and did not lose pressure or move the entire time I had it under pressure. I connected the jack handle to the release valve, as you would with any cylinder style jack. With a normal turn it dropped almost immediately and with alarming speed. I found on my third attempt that by controlling the turn of the handle in extremely slow bits it lowered the vehicle as a high priced jack would do. I am going to research this further but as it stands you have to be extremely careful when lowering whatever you lifted. I also plan to purchase the DEDC Jack Pad Universals Slotted Frame Rubber Jack Pad as there is plenty of room between the jack pad and the bottom of my vehicle.
So the bottom line on this I would recommend the Jack to anyone on a budget and just need a tool to get the job done. Be extremely careful when releasing the jack as it drops really, really fast. If you are ok with that like I am then this is the jack for you.
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Edit: Tried replacing the fluid one more time and 2 bearings fell out and no its even more broken than it was before!
- Low profile fits under sports cars
- Lifts a good height
The Not So Good:
- Bent rod doesn't stay notched
- No way to keep all parts together
This jack is low enough that it fits under most cars. It also comes with a handle to carry around which is nice but what would be nicer is if there was a way to keep the rod with the jack so everything could be in one place. The jack lifts a good height even though it is low profile and each pump is fairly effective at lifting the vehicle a good height. Unfortunately, the bend in the rod is more annoying than functional. I am assuming that it was put there so you can pump from either side but it just ends up un-notching from the jack when you are trying to jack up your car.
Instructions don't clearly say how to get it working & lowering the jack.
Because of how it's shaped it wants to slide under the vehicle as it lifts... I didn't expect it to move a noticeable amount
After 9 lifts it slowly started dropping the vehicle. Luckily jack stand was in. Had to finish the job with the roadside jack.