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Digital Subscriptions > Street Trucks > Dec 2019 > Get Jacked!

Get Jacked!


DRAGGING OUT THE FLOOR JACK, JACK STANDS AND WHEEL CHOCKS TO DO REGULAR VEHICLE MAINTENANCE, ROTATE TIRES, MODIFY A VEHICLE OR EVEN GET BETTER ACCESS FOR A DETAIL JOB IS ANNOYING MOST OF THE TIME. That or the fact that most of us don’t have the floor space or ceiling height for a two- or four-post lift in our garages, or the extra chunk of money to buy one and have someone come permanently install it. If you’re like us, you’ve even put off doing something to your vehicle to avoid this hassle.

Knowing there had to be a better option, we began researching and found that Quickjack was a great tool for us and our readers. We reached out to the company for more info so we could learn more about this portable lift.

The model we are using for this article is the BL-7000SLX ($1,576 MSRP), which would be more than enough for most projects. It has a 7,000-pound total lift capacity and a collapsed height of 3.6 inches. This system is a fully portable vehicle lift that can be used in your garage, driveway, road or even taken to a racetrack. It is safe for any flat surface, even on the Racedeck flooring in the garage where we did the photo shoot. Using traditional jacks and jack stands on this type of composite flooring require pieces of plywood under the jack or stands to keep them from digging into the flooring. But with Quickjack, it’s smooth on the bottom and evenly spreads out the vehicle weight so it won’t damage the flooring. With such a small collapsed height and ease of portability, the full system can be stored against the wall or in a corner and actually takes up less room than a traditional floor jack.

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