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Vehicle Service Jacks

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Service jacks provide heavy lifting power for vehicles from compact-size cars to tractors, trailers, and buses. These jacks include scissor jacks to help change tires on a roadside, truck axle jacks to aid axle repair or wheel replacements, and trolley floor jacks to allow work to be done under vehicles. Other types include specialty service jacks such as high-clearance bottle jacks, low-clearance toe jacks, and farm jacks to lift vehicles of varying heights or those sitting on uneven surfaces.

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Roadside Scissor Jacks

Roadside Scissor Jacks
Scissor jacks can be stored with spare tires in vehicles and are used roadside in emergencies to lift vehicles high enough to remove and replace flat tires. These jacks manually raise one side of a vehicle for quick repairs.

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Trolley Floor Jacks

Trolley Floor Jacks
Low-profile trolley jacks roll beneath a vehicle and use two- piston hydraulic pressure to raise the vehicle for maintenance. These jacks can lift the entire frame or axle of a vehicle and lock into place, even in rugged terrains. Trolley jacks can lift from one to 10 tons depending on the model chosen.

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Truck Axle Jacks

Truck Axle Jacks
Truck axle jacks have high-lifting capacity to raise trucks, buses, agricultural equipment, or heavy machinery for maintenance. These jacks have long handles and use air or hydraulic pressure to raise sides of semis and other large vehicles without having to crawl underneath to place or raise the jack. They have large rubber-tired steel wheels for maneuverability and movement on most types of terrain.

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High-Clearance Bottle Jacks

High-Clearance Bottle Jacks
High-clearance bottle jacks lift SUVs, trucks, and heavy equipment that have a higher ground clearance than automobiles. An extended reach ensures safer lifting than propping a regular jack on a raised surface or lifting beyond a regular jack's capability. Bottle jacks are sold by load capacity and have wide usage applications in the construction and building industries to lift sagging foundations, level retaining walls, and raise underground drainage systems.

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Low-Clearance Toe Jacks

Low-Clearance Toe Jacks
Low-clearance toe jacks are heavy-duty jacks designed to lift heavy machinery or vehicles with very low ground clearances. The toe is the forked part at the front that slides under the load needing to be lifted. These jacks are frequently used in warehouses, for vehicle recovery, to lift heavy furniture, or to replace equipment in facilities.

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High-Lift Farm Jacks

High-Lift Farm Jacks
Farm jacks are extra-tall lifting devices for large-wheeled vehicles like tractors or sprayers that have wheels too tall or heavy for standard lifting jacks. These jacks use a rachet system to slowly lift wheels off the ground for repair. They may be used off-road on farms or in rescue situations.

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Forklift Jacks

Forklift Jacks
These jacks raise forklifts off the floor for wheel and brake repairs. They are hydraulically powered by a hand-operated pump and lift other wheeled industrial and agricultural equipment.

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