Long Chassis Service Hydraulic Floor Lifting Jack Ce 2 Ton 5 Ton 10 Ton

Keyword:Floor Jacks   Time:2019-4-19 23:51:48

Product Description

  • Set includes a floor jack, 2 jack stands and creeper

  • 6,000 lb. hydraulic lift capacity makes this jack perfect for cars, trucks, minivans, SUVs, trailers and other vehicles

  • Sturdy, stable twin jack stands give you plenty of peace of mind as you work

  • 36" creeper features smooth rolling casters

  • Built-in head rest on the creeper adds some comfort on the bigger jobs

  • Jack's lifting range is from 5.5-18.5" for plenty of clearance

  • Easy to assemble and store

Set up your garage like an auto repair shop with the Craftsman 3 ton floor jack set. With this floor jack set, you won't have to crawl or squirm along a gravel  road or over an oil-stained floor to get into a tight, dark spot under the hood. A 6,000 lb. lift capacity lets you service a wide range of vehicles, from cars and trucks to minivans and SUVs.

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Things to Consider Before Picking a Floor Jack

When getting a floor jack, there are a number of things you must keep in mind to get the best floor jack for you.

  1. This is not about whether you drive a Benz or a Ferrari, it is more about the ground clearance. Ground clearance, in simple terms, is the distance  between the ground and your vehicle's jack point. So for low cars (like a sports car, for instance), you should be thinking of getting a hydraulic car jack as most of them are usually low-profile

  2. Your vehicle's weight: If you're reading this review, we want to believe that your car falls within the 3-ton weight range. If your vehicle is heavier, then you should be looking for something with a higher weight capacity, like a 3.5-ton floor jack. To be on the safe side, always keep from overloading your jack by sticking to a matching car jack for your car's weight

  3. Quality of Construction: Don't go after a cheap floor jack. Deciding on a cheap floor jack over a slightly pricier one with a more rugged construction is a potentially cataclysmic decision. Aside from the fact that it won't last, you could also hurt yourself while using a poorly constructed jack