This is the MotoMaster Eliminator Heavy-Duty Long Reach Low Profile Garage Jack, 3-Ton.
It is capable of of lifting a 3 ton vehicle between 3-1/4" to 24" (8.3 to 61 cm).
This is my car jack. There are many like it, but this one is mine.
My car jack is my best friend. It is my life. I must master it as I must master my life.
Without me, my car jack is useless. Without my car jack, I am useless. I must lift my car jack true.
My car jack and I know that what counts in war is not the cars we lift, the noise of our exhaust, nor the smoke we make. We know that it is the speed that counts.
I will keep my car jack clean and ready, even as I am clean and ready. We will become part of each other.
Before God, I swear this creed. My car jack and I are the defenders of my country. We are the masters of our enemy. We are the saviors of my life.
So be it, until victory is America's and there is no enemy, but peace!
>no foot pedal
Into the trash it goes
Are the foot pedals really worth it?
I saw it but I thought it was a gimmick
My first car jack took like 50 hand pumps to raise 13 inches, still mad thinking about it man what was I thinking.
Fuck yeah they, especially when you wrench a lot
With the Bahco I'm able to fully lift a mid-size crossover high enough so that both wheels clear the ground on one side, using only the footpedal, so they aren't exactly weak - and its so much faster
My lifting days are gone. *sigh*
Those "low profile" jacks
and you should feel stupid
for buying one
because unless you're jacking
your car by the sils
which you shouldn't be
the low profile section won't
be long enough to actually
the high area where the hinge is
is always what fouls on bumpers
and fuel tanks
Block of wood, up on the joint, done. Chock it with bricks, axle stands. Done.
What was achieved?
You still won't be able to reach the jacking point without sliding the whole jack underneath the car.
Like I said, clearly you don't own a sportscar
That's a normal profile jack and it is completely under the car to reach your "jacking point", thanks for proving my point.
Holy kek you actually are retarded. Imagine being such a wrenchlet that you don't even know the difference between a regular floor jack and a low profile floor jack
Do you think that rear jump is somehow lower on that "regular profile" floor jack, thereby allowing it to fit under a Boxster while a low profile long reach can't?
That's a standard trolley jack anon, the meme "low profile" jacks have the stupid and completely pointless bendy bit.
You have very poor comprehension skills.
>anons post long reach jacks
>claims that low profile jacks aren't long enough to reach jack points
>also claims that trolly jacks are fine even though they'll have even more trouble reach jack points on lower cars
If you're going to argue something, you have to keep your argument consistent
The message has been clear from the beginning anon, but you are incapable of comprehending it.
>the bendy bit of those "low profile" jacks is pointless
Pointless when you don't own a low slung car, busrider-kun
Since you seem to be a visual learner and can't understand with words
Either retarded or pretending to be retarded
Do you have a kei car?
The bottom jack does not exist, and if it does, it isn't the one in OP.
Long reach jacks don't exist? What the fuck are you babbling about? What do Kei cars have to do with this?
Not 9 foot long ones like you've drawn there.
Shitty MS Paint drawing modified from your own shitty MS Paint drawing for demonstration purposes
At this point you're just arguing for the sake of arguing, actual mental illness
You really have terrible comprehension skills.
THE LOW PROFILE SECTION
WILL NOT BE LONG ENOUGH
TO REACH THE JACKING POINT
YOU WILL NEED TO SLIDE THE ENTIRE JACK UNDER THE CAR
On what fucking planet? Most people getting low profile jacks are getting them for low cars that have jack points close to the exterior, not to mention these guys have long reach jacks that make that even less of an issue while also allowing them to jack up their cars even higher than a regular jack
If you somehow still can't reach the jack points that way you're doing something wrong
On the planet of people who actually have first hand experience working on cars.
The vast majority of cars have the jacking points under the subframe which is usually smack bang in the middle of the front and rear axles. The vast majority of cars have plastic bumpers which protrude far enough that no regular sized trolley jack will be able to reach those jacking points without sliding COMPLETELY under the car.
The only use I can imagine for those bendy "low profile" jacks is maybe they could reach the frame of a lowered body-on-frame car.
Anon was right you really don't have any experience with low sports cars
bro what just jack from the side, pretty much everything made in the last 30 years has dedicated jack points between the wheels on each side
So you're talking about jacking the car up by the sils? As referenced in my very first original post?
Unless you have giant moron side skirts, how will the bendy bit help at all?
>implying every car has jack point either right at the very edge or right in the very middle
>literally cannot comprehend a scenario where more clearance is an exclusively beneficial thing
>still doesn't address the fact that anons are using long reaches for extra height
>has spend hours of his miserable life arguing about something that costs literally nothing over the alternative
Did someone with a low profile jack cuck you or something?
Pretty much every normal car has jacking points only under the subframes and the sils anon, that's why meme profile jacks are completely pointless.
We're talking about sports cars, often lowered. And you still haven't addressed the point that the long reach variants lift higher
Do you ever plan on addressing that? Or are you just shitposting for the sake of shitposting?
Normal sports cars constructed normally (I.E not spaceframe tube chassis contraptions) almost always have jacking points under the sils and under the subframes.
And can be low enough that a regular jack won't fit under them
I see that you're still not addressing the extra lifting height, guess you've already accepted that you've lost that argument and just want to get the last word in at this point
The bendy bit won't help you fit under.
We're not talking about long vs short jacks anon, that's a different discussion, it is entirely possible to have a long jack without the bendy "low profile" bit.
Yet all long reaches are low profile, curious
Why are you so mad over a bendy bit? They often are lower and as previously stated more clearance is always a good thing
Can end up needing to jack up at awkward angles and not have to deal with extra pointless metal in the way. Obviously you'd know this if you actually wrenched (you don't)
>Yet all long reaches are low profile,
lol no they're not retard
Post yours then. The only long reaches that aren't low profile that you can buy now are for literal trucks
the world is a big place retard
they make jacks in all different shapes and sizes
I don't know what sort of a weirdo you have to be to think you know the entire catalogue of trolley jacks which exist in the world
>still can't post anything
>still kvetching over le bendy bit
Actual mental illness. I'll let you have the last reply since that's what it seems like you're really after
wrenchlets gonna wrenchlet I guess
Post proof that "all long reaches are low profile"
an utterly ridiculous claim to make
I still got a 3 ton long reach Daytona when I was living south of the border with a 30% off coupon
Clearly you don't own a sports car. Not to mention these long reaches lift higher than regular jacks
Something like a bottle jack isn't fitting under my Boxster
I'll admit I need to drive onto little blocks of wood for the low profile jack to reach past the engine/transmission on my car, even though it's just a normal ecobox sedan. If it was a normal jack though, I would have to drive up onto ramps instead.
I have that exact jack, it’s bretty good