|Item Weight||20 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7.2 x 6.3 x 5.6 inches|
|Item model number||W1643|
|Size||12 Ton (24,000 lbs.)|
|Style||Shorty Bottle Jack|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Performance Tool W1643 12 Ton (24,000 lbs.) Heavy Duty Shorty Bottle Jack
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- 12 Ton (24,000 lbs.) Lift capacity
- Low-profile design slides into tight spaces
- Lift Range: 6 11/16" to 13"
- All-steel construction with one-piece cast steel base and rust-free enamel finish
- Adjustable screw top extender
- Meets ASME PALD-2009 standards for safety and performance of portable automotive lifting devices
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I accidentally over-loostened the lowering nipple and spilled fluid out the bottom. I dutifully cleaned it up, and purchased more fluid. The problem is that there are no clear steps on refilling.
Looking on the web, instructions generally said to pump the jack all the way up, fill in the fill hole until it's level, then let it back down, and repeat.
Now, it extends up 1" because there's air trapped in the shaft, and I'll be darned if I can't figure out how to 'burp' it. Wilmar's webisite is a media page (pretty without content) but some simple instructions in a pamphlet would be very helpful.
It's a cheap, bottle jack. You get what you pay for.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Doesn't work. Amazon wont accept return of item. save your money! dont' buy this item!Published 3 months ago by James K. Fehlig
Seems like a well built product for a good price. Some signs of rust out of the box. Heavy duty item which should last for years to come...if the rust doesn't take it over.Published 8 months ago by Gary B
used this jack to jack up floor joist so door to close. In my 3 yeard old tornado replaced home . after I jacked up house put a treated 4x4 under joist worked greatPublished 13 months ago by David from joplin
A good product for the money. Would not recommend for daily use. Very light duty construction.Published 16 months ago by Mike Harmon