When it comes to the home-based DIY mechanic, one of the most important kits you should have in your armory is a hydraulic jack. Cars were once made almost entirely of steel. For most of the vehicles available, that's approximately 18.5-inches or higher. If you want to work on your car effectively and easily, then a floor jack is a necessary tool in your garage. This Powerzone floor jack uses a combination of aluminum and steel in the construction, it has an aluminum body and a steel lifting arm.

This jack from Pittsburgh Automotive may sound a bit heavy at 78 lbs, but it's extremely capable with a 3-ton lift rating. With a 2 ton capacity, it might just be the best fit for your lifting needs. One of these jacks can be your best floor jack and your most reliable companion in any case you need to lift your vehicle more than a foot higher to do your job under your car.

It's also the smallest hydraulic floor jack around. It should also be noted that bottle jacks generate the highest lifting capacity value when compared to other types of jacks. In addition to its 12-ton overweight capacity, it also offers a lift of 9.5 to 18.9 inches, which corresponds to a difference of 9.4 inches.

A floor jack uses a piston to transfer hydraulic fluid into a pump, allowing the average person to lift a multiple-ton vehicle without superhuman strength. The AL32 is one of the safest floor jacks to use as it conforms to industry safety standards. There is also a hydraulic system here which enables users to lift cars to the right elevation while the presence of a universal joint release system makes this floor jack quite easy to handle and control.

Floor jacks are designed with a standard or low profile. Another consideration I took when deciding on this floor jack was because it was profile and I wanted to have a low profile jack just in case I got a really low slung car in the future. You need to have a clear idea about how much ground clearance is needed for your vehicle to slide the jack under it. Also, get the measurements of how much lift you will need to work comfortably.
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