Floor Jacks are widely used for lifting cars during car repairs and maintenance.
Functions and features:
Lifting Capacity: Floor Jacks have a strong load-bearing capacity, and most models can lift several tons of cargo, making them ideal for most vehicles.
Portability: Most floor jacks are compact and easy to carry and store.
Versatility: In addition to lifting vehicles, some jacks come with features like a swivel base and adjustable arm height, providing easier operation.
Safety: Floor Jacks are designed with safety in mind. The stable support arm, anti-slip base and anti-leak technology ensure the stability and safety of the lifting process.
Floor Jacks are widely used in automobile maintenance and repair:
Changing Tires: When changing tires, use a jack to quickly and easily lift the vehicle and lift the tire off the ground for replacement.
Chassis Inspection: Jacks provide a portable lifting solution when it comes to inspecting and maintaining chassis components. It lifts the vehicle to the appropriate height, allowing technicians to perform necessary inspections and repairs.
Oil change maintenance: When changing the oil and oil filter, the jack provides better operating space, making it easier for the technician to perform the work.
Brake system repair: When servicing the brake system, a jack can elevate the vehicle, allowing technicians to more easily access brake components to make necessary repairs or replacements.
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Flexible and convenient operation
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It is not recommended to keep the vehicle elevated for long periods of time. Floor Jacks are primarily used for temporary lifting and maintenance operations, not to support vehicles for long periods of time. If the vehicle needs to be kept elevated for a long time, it is recommended to use professional equipment such as supports.
Floor Jack is suitable for all kinds of cars, SUVs and minivans. However, for heavier vehicles such as heavy commercial vehicles or large off-road vehicles, a more powerful and higher-capacity specialist jack may be required.
When choosing a Floor Jack, you need to consider factors such as the required lifting capacity, minimum height, maximum height, and product quality. Make sure you choose a Floor Jack that meets your vehicle lifting needs and meets relevant safety standards.