The 7000ext is rated for 7000lbs... my 1999 f250 shortbed supercab weighed little over 7800lb bone stock. I would not trust that system for even a 2wd shortbed regular cab powerstroke. The weight limit is just too low.Hi, has anyone used the Quick Jack system to work on an F250 Super Crew?
Apparently I need to post more to post a url but Google Quick Jack dot Com and look for model bl-7000ext
floor jack to lift truck, jack stands to support it are way safer then the underrated quick jack. Why do you need to lift the truck so often?Thanks guys... so next question, what's out there like this that will work? Jack stands are a PITA...
my 2006 crew srw 4x4 scales all by itself at 8400 wet . what is your configuration that it is so light ?I have the floor jack and stands... was hoping to get something that can lift higher off the ground as I am a bigger guy, as well as work on my wife's Ford Edge which doesn't have a lift point for a floor jack on it's unibody
I bought a lift due to my back as well. I would look hard at a 4 post instead of a 2 post. You still have to get on your knees to position the lift points. Then raise it and recheck to make sure they are making contact where you intended. With a 4 post I just drive on the ramps and up she goes. I went with Bendpak. I also did a jack so I can do wheel service. I regret not doing it many years ago.You can get a used Bendpac 2 post lift on craig s list for that amount- if you have the room for it.
I just missed one- it was sold, around $1300.
I have 11 foot ceiling in my shop so it will fit.
With my back issues it is just too hard getting up off the floor- without a helper to retrieve tools, this is the next logical step to be able to keep wrenching. The one I missed had a 9000# capacity, perfect for the SD and my 69 Ranchero project.
It will also allow the 3 car garage to become a four car for storage.