|Item Weight||18.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||17.7 x 7.9 x 5.5 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||615|
Liftmaster Hydraulic Trolley Floor Jack 2 Ton Heavy Duty Car Lift
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|Item Dimensions||7.87 x 17.72 x 5.51 in||5.32 x 17.91 x 8.47 in||9.63 x 23.25 x 6 in||9 x 18 x 6 in||—||8.25 x 17.25 x 5.25 in|
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* Light weight and small size makes it easy to move and store for a tool the DIYer might not use very often.
* Easy to use. Lifts a good bit of weight a small distance without requiring too much force.
* Half the cost of other lower-end floor jacks. A fraction of the price of many well-known brands.
* Easy down. Lowering the vehicle just takes a tiny twist to release the hydraulic pressure from the jack.
* Cheaply made. In one attached picture you'll see where the edges of the saddle (the part that contacts the car) broke off the first time I lifted our Honda Odyssey.
* The higher you go, the more effort it takes to operate. The first several inches are easy, but it takes some muscle to lift the last inch or two. A longer jack arm would be nice. I counted 36 pumps to fully lift the jack.
* Not enough height. The lowered height is about 5.25" and extended is about 13.25", so you're looking at only 8" of lift. This is as advertised, so I don't count it against its rating.
This jack is almost 1" too short to lift the front end of my Odyssey high enough to lift both tires off the floor. I used a couple pieces of dense plywood under the jack to make it work, but a higher jack would work better. (I could lift just one tire at a time with this jack, but then there's nowhere to safely put a jack stand.) For the record--it did get the back end off the ground...barely. Update: It does lift the front end of my Toyota Camry quite easily.
I purchased this to make occasional car projects easier. To be honest, I probably would have returned it if I hadn't tossed the box so quickly--only because of its small reach. I think I'll get some good use out of it, though, and I'd recommend it to anybody who is willing to deal with its limitations. If I worked on the cars more than a few times each year, I'd definitely spend more for a nicer jack.
For the extra $20 it costs to buy this over an entry level scissor lift you'll probably save that much in your jeans not getting scraped up by the side of the road if you need to change your tire on a wet day. If you have the space next to your spare so you can use it in emergencies you'll be very glad you did.
It worked great. Obviously, this isn't NASCAR caliber, but it does the job for lifting your basic car to change a tire or the like. It takes quite a few pumps but is a lot easier than using a hand crack. Even with some stubborn lugnuts that I had to put some extra muscle into, this jack held tight. It's also small enough to leave in my truck in case I get a flat out on the road.
Update... I tried putting my car on jack stands and the second I attempt to lower the jack it drops immediately. I would say this jack is not safe.