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Floor jacks, bottle jacks and automotive lifting equipment

Lifting Equipment

There are multiple types of jacks that are used for different purposes and have different lifting capabilities. Also, you need to choose the right jack depending on the weight of your vehicle and/or equipment. We offer various jacks such as floor jacks, bottle jacks and jack stands. Floor and bottle jacks allow you to lift a part of a vehicle so repairs can be performed. To be safe, we also recommend the purchase of a jack stand. Indeed, while floor and bottle jacks are great tools to lift vehicles, they are not designed to hold the weight of a car for a long period of time. The jack stand provides additional support and stability to your vehicle.

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Floor Jacks

Equip yourself with a floor jack to quickly get started on that automotive project. A floor jack allows you to lift up a part of a vehicle so repairs can be performed. It is easy to use which explain their popularity. With their simple design, you can perform repairs in the comfort of your driveway.

Be careful, their lifting capacity may vary depending on the material and design. With the hydraulic driven, you are capable of lifting quite a bit of weight with a little bit of work. Browse to see our different offers.

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Bottle Jack

The bottle shaped jack use a piston mechanism to lift a vehicle in just a few pumps. They are usually used to lift heavy vehicles or other large equipment. They are offered in different shapes. Indeed, one of the big advantages of the bottle jack is that it is small enough to fit in your trunk. Using hydraulic pressure, you will be able to use this jack with minimum effort. Make sure you pick the right one, depending on the weight of your vehicle or equipment.

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Jack Stands

Floor and bottle jacks are great tools to lift vehicles, but they are not designed to hold the weight of a car for a long period of time. That’s why you should consider the purchase of a jack stand. They are usually tower or tripod shaped and are specifically designed to support the weight of a raised vehicle. Ideally, jack stands should be placed underneath a floor jack to provide additional support. Indeed, you should use a floor jack to lift your vehicle and then lower the vehicle onto the jack stand. Just like every kind of stands, the jack stand comes with different weight limitations.