[TR] Quick Jacks

Robert Rochlin rrochlin at comcast.net
Mon Nov 16 18:30:37 MST 2020

Hi Jerry,
	I have an EZ Car Lift.  It is very compact and takes up virtually no garage space when stored on it's side. It takes less that 10 minutes form storage to having the car up in the air.  It li its the car 26”.  A decent working hight for a low garage ceiling garage. The unit use a 1/2 inch drill to rise and lower my car  It works well for my occasional use. I do believe that it’s max lifting weight is 2500 pounds.  Within the weight range of most LBCs. I believe the Quick Jack raise faster but, but doesn’t lift as high. Many for the other low lift hydraulic lifts take up a lot of storage space and must be bolted into place.  Not an issue if you want to permanently mount it, but a pain if you want to only use it occasionally
	Hope this helps.

> On Nov 16, 2020, at 7:52 PM, Jerry Van Vlack <jerryvv at roadrunner.com> wrote:
> I don’t have enough space to install a conventional lift in my garage so instead I’m considering buying a Quick Jack lift either in 3500 or 5000 pound capacity. I have an IRS TR4A.
> Questions:
> If you have a QJ what lifting capacity do you have?
> If 5000# does it fit easily under the car (tell me what Triumph you have)?
> Pros and cons realizing that a 4 post or 2 post is not feasible for me.
> Any best deals that you’ve found? Currently Costco seems to have a good price on the 5000# unit.
> Thanks. looking for feedback.
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