[Healeys] QuickJack Car Lift

Bob Spidell bspidell at comcast.net
Fri May 14 20:39:59 MDT 2021

Since my BN2 has adjustable shock plates I got the QJ so it would be 
easier to lift and lower it repeatedly when changing camber and toe 
settings. Put a 2" spacer under the shock bumper pads and you can get 
pretty close to normal ride height, set camber and toe, take if for a 
spin to check the ride, rinse and repeat.

My BFF bought my dad's '55 T-Bird and a QJ on my recommendation; he's 
happy with both.


On 5/14/2021 12:26 PM, rfbegani at gmail.com wrote:
> Costco has 5000# model on sale for $1050 right now, it is $150 less than the standard Costco price.  Compared to other adverts this is a great price.
> If so many of you Healey owner have a Quickjack and it fits our cars, I guess I should buy one and stop using floor jacks.
> Bob Begani
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Healeys <healeys-bounces at autox.team.net> On Behalf Of Bob Spidell
> Sent: Thursday, May 13, 2021 11:18 PM
> To: healeys at autox.team.net
> Subject: Re: [Healeys] QuickJack Car Lift
> I have a 5000# model (Costco had them on sale for $1,000 a while back).
> They just fit under a Healey (this is under my BN2). You gotta be careful to get the CG right, I had the BN2 up on mine and I'd placed the car too far to the rear, when I removed one of the front wheels the car started to tip to the rear (wheel went back on about as quick as you can do it).
> Bob
> On 5/13/2021 7:54 PM, Elton S via Healeys wrote:
>> Fellow Listers,
>> Any of you have a QuickJack car lift? I'd like your opinion of what
>> you think of it, either the 5000# or the 7000#. Is it suitable for
>> lifting a Healey?
>> Thanks in advance,
>> Elton

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