[Healeys] Dimensions

i erbs eyera3000 at gmail.com
Fri May 14 09:43:32 MDT 2021

My quick jack came with rubber block, so you can clear the exhaust system.
Bought mine used for $750.
Came complete with all blocks

Ira Erbs
1959 AH 100-6
1967 MGB
Milwaukie, OR

On Fri, May 14, 2021, 7:55 AM Simon Lachlan via Healeys <
healeys at autox.team.net> wrote:

> Still looking, albeit in a fairly desultory fashion, for a lift. I saw the
> recent correspondence regarding the QuickJack system and that the opinions
> were fairly positive.
> Assuming that you have a 3000, where do you put the 4 jacking points or
> can you go straight on below the chassis?
> I’m told that one should not lift by the sills, which makes sense and that
> a “good” point is at the junction of the outriggers to the chassis.
> The QuickJack is fairly pricey over here, for what it is, and I’m looking
> at other systems. I’d get a 2-poster like a shot but am have very little
> overhead clearance. So, scissors are a good option. With that in mind, can
> anyone tell me what the distance is between A & B per the attached. It is
> supposed to show the distance between the mid-point of the fore and aft
> outriggers.
> If only the chassis was not so narrow!
> Simon
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