[Healeys] Re - What Jack?
springer.mike51 at gmail.com
Wed Oct 6 15:29:44 MDT 2021
Have been thinking of 12V electric scissor jacks available on Ebay About
the same size as a small scissor jack with a small electric motor. Jack is
rated at 2 tons. Certainly enough to lift a corner of the BN2. Bending
over to "crank" a scissor jack is not as appealing as just standing there
with a control pendant in your hand.
On Wed, Oct 6, 2021 at 1:29 PM mike brooks via Healeys <
healeys at autox.team.net> wrote:
> I have a small scissor jack which I carry in the boot of my 100 BN2 in the
> left hand well. The low ground clearance means that many other jack designs
> won't fit under when you need it! It's also small, light and takes up
> little room when stored in the boot.
> Mike Brooks
> '56 BN2
> From: Healeys <healeys-bounces at autox.team.net> on behalf of Michael
> MacLean via Healeys <healeys at autox.team.net>
> Sent: Tuesday, October 5, 2021 4:36:47 PM
> To: Ahealey help <healeys at autox.team.net>
> Subject: [Healeys] What Jack?
> As I continue with the restoration of my BN2 there are some considerations
> I need to address. This is not a 100% concours restoration. I am
> compromising in a few areas for better functionality and use of the car.
> For example, my voltage regulator is converted to positive ground solid
> state. In the case of carrying tools, I am not seeking a concours tool
> kit, to include an original jack. For those of you that feel the same way,
> I was wondering what a good modern aftermarket jack would be a good
> choice. What jack do you carry with the car?
> Mike MacLean
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