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Costco Members: QuickJack 5,000-LB Capacity Portable Car Lift

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Costco Wholesale.com has for their Members: QuickJack 5,000-LB Capacity Portable Car Lift for $1099.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Anto

Note: Item may be available in your local warehouse for a lower, non-delivered price. Those without a membership may purchase w/ 5% non-member surcharge.

Includes:
  • 2x Jack frame assemblies
  • 2x Quick-connect hydraulic hose sets
  • 2x Positioning handles
  • 4x Short rubber lifting blocks
  • 4x Tall rubber lifting blocks
  • 1x Mini 110-volt hydraulic power unit with pendant control
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Just saw this at the local Costco - lowest price I could find elsewhere was $1340. To my understanding this is the revised SLX model which features better reinforcements, trays & locks.


Costco online also has them for $1099.99 delivered:
https://www.costco.com/QuickJack-...60313.html
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Since it is from Costco, if it falls on you, you can just take it back.
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No - these things are plenty sturdy. They're a subsidiary of Bendpak, a top notch lift company.
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Since you're not a mechanic, maybe you shouldn't speak on behalf of most mechanics.
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ooh i always wanted one of these
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Umm no! I will not lay under that! Buy a real lift or good jack stands.
No - these things are plenty sturdy. They're a subsidiary of Bendpak, a top notch lift company.
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This is a great price for these. I've got the step up BL-7000slx (paid more than these) and it's been great to use for tire rotations, suspension work, etc. I still use ramps for oil changes just because these things are unwieldy to move around - they move very easily on Racedeck/Motofloor but are almost impossible to slide on concrete.

They are extremely sturdy and lock into place. No less secure than using jackstands. Make sure to follow directions to bleed the air before initial use to avoid them raising/lowering at different points.
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The site say $1099.99. How do you see $999.99 ?
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Hmmm "Item may be available in your local warehouse for a lower, non-delivered price." That would great if my local costco carry it.
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Looking to buy a good jack and jack stands. What do you guys recommend? Honda accord now, looking at suv in future.
Depends on the type of work you plan to do.

For an oil change, a low-profile floor jack and some blocks to hold up the car once you have it jacked up a bit would be fine.

So would car ramps - something like Rhino Ramps would be fine, too. Link [homedepot.com]

For an SUV oil change, you might not anything - I can crawl under my Cherokee and truck just fine.

If you plan to do lots of work (I pulled the transmission and replaced the clutch myself), then you're going to need several on hand - I'd suggest two floor jacks of varying lift capacities, 4 good jackstands and ramps.

Shop wherever you like - Costco, Harbor Freight, etc...all have many choices. Just be safe and never work under a car solely on a jack.
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I have one. Love it, I would recommend the (EXT) extended version.

If your curious..
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ea-5ifRRYI
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Depends on the type of work you plan to do.

For an oil change, a low-profile floor jack and some blocks to hold up the car once you have it jacked up a bit would be fine.
Not sure what you mean by "blocks" but if you're talking about concrete blocks then please DON'T. They can easily crack and leave you pinned under the car.

Get a good heavy duty pair of jack stands.
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This is a great price for these. I've got the step up BL-7000slx (paid more than these) and it's been great to use for tire rotations, suspension work, etc. I still use ramps for oil changes just because these things are unwieldy to move around - they move very easily on Racedeck/Motofloor but are almost impossible to slide on concrete.

They are extremely sturdy and lock into place. No less secure than using jackstands. Make sure to follow directions to bleed the air before initial use to avoid them raising/lowering at different points.
What ramps do you use? I'm still hesitant about the safety of the plastic rhino ramps...
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What ramps do you use? I'm still hesitant about the safety of the plastic rhino ramps...
Been using the same pair of rhino-type plastic (don't remember the name brand, would have to check) ramps since the late 90's.
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