TWDCP-1214 1.4T Floor Jack

Portable Manual Hydraulic Trolley Floor Jack 1.4T Vehicle Repair Tool Car Floor Jack Auto Horizontal Jacks
  • Min.Height:140mm
  • Max.Height:300mm
  • Lifting Height: 150mm
  • Product size:41*18.5*13cm
  • Package:1pc/blowcase
  • Packing size:43*25*15mm
  • Qty for 20’ft:1800pcs

Description

A floor jack is a tool used to lift cars or other heavy objects and plays an important role in car repairs and maintenance.

A floor jack is a mechanical tool commonly used to lift cars for repairs, tire replacement, or other maintenance work.

When choosing a floor jack, you need to consider the weight of your vehicle and its own needs. A typical family car will have the option of a 2 ton or 3.5 ton floor jack, while a larger SUV or truck may require a higher tonnage floor jack.

When using a floor jack, be sure to follow the operating instructions to ensure safety. During operation, you need to place the jack on a solid, flat ground, find the designed lifting point of the vehicle, and then slowly lift the vehicle by rotating the handle or using the foot pedal until it reaches the required height. During use, use caution to ensure the floor jack is firmly supporting the vehicle, not exceeding its maximum lifting capacity, and using a support frame to support the vehicle to ensure safety.

The floor jack is an indispensable tool in the car repair and maintenance process. Choosing a floor jack that suits your needs and strictly abiding by the operating procedures will bring convenience and safety to your car maintenance work.

Product Details

Fine drawing oil cylinder

Reduce seal ring wear and increase service life

Large size pallet

The contact surface is larger and the head can be rotated

Steel casters

Safe and stable, strong load-bearing capacity

What is the difference between a mechanical floor jack and a hydraulic floor jack?

Mechanical floor jacks require manual rotation of the handle to lift the vehicle, while hydraulic floor jacks use a hydraulic system to lift the vehicle, which is more efficient and stable.

How to choose the floor jack that suits you?

When choosing a floor jack, you need to consider the weight and height of your vehicle. Generally speaking, a small car is suitable for a 2-ton or 3-ton floor jack, while a large SUV or truck may require a floor jack with a higher load-bearing capacity. Also make sure the floor jack you choose has a maximum lifting height that is sufficient for your needs.

How is floor jack maintenance performed?

Routine maintenance ensures the performance and safety of your floor jack. You can check lubricated parts regularly and add or replace lubricating oil as needed. In addition, when the floor jack is not in use, store it in a dry and ventilated place to avoid prolonged exposure to harsh environments.

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