Altertool Transmission Jack
Transmission Jack is a tool specially used for car repairs. It is mainly used to remove and install the vehicle’s transmission. The Transmission Jack is a convenient, fast and safe tool that can easily remove or install the transmission from the vehicle.
We will provide different design schemes according to your needs, if you need samples, we can also provide you with！
Qty for 20’ft:300pcs
Qty for 20’ft:277pcs
Qty for 20’ft:290pcs
Qty for 20’ft:150pcs
Qty for 20’ft:150pcs
Qty for 20’ft:225pcs
Available from stock
Various specifications, source factory, large quantity available from stock
Went together easy enough. Impressed with the sturdy construction it doesn’t feel cheap or light.
Trans jack worked well , also used as a lift for my oil drain pan soooo much easier ! Good product for the money , great for my limited use in my home shop.
The jack is packaged VERY well and is very well made. Assembly was a breeze and the instructions are thorough.Definitely buy this lift!
Questions You Want to Know about Transmission jack
This guide will focus on solving the problems you encounter when choosing a transmission jack ~
Before using the Transmission Jack, please make sure that the tool’s hydraulic system is functioning properly and that all bolts are tightened. During operation, make sure the gearbox is installed smoothly on the bracket to avoid accidents.
Transmission Jack is generally suitable for transmission repairs on most cars and light trucks. But for transmissions in special or heavy-duty vehicles, a specially designed Transmission Jack may be required.
Regularly check the Transmission Jack’s hydraulic system, bolt connections and bracket stability to ensure that the surfaces of the platform and bracket are clean during work to avoid instability caused by oil dirt or debris. At the same time, pay attention to timely replacement of hydraulic oil and ensure that the working environment is dry and clean.
When using Transmission Jack, make sure the work area is flat, stable, and has enough space for operation. Operators should wear appropriate personal protective equipment, such as gloves and safety shoes, and follow operating instructions and safety procedures provided by the manufacturer.