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HomeDepot.com has QuickJack 7,000 Lbs Capacity Portable Car Lift (BL-7000SLX-AC-110V) on sale for $1159. Shipping is free, otherwise, select free in-store pickup as an alternative option. Thanks Nemz

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This car lift features a 7,000 capacity with a full rise in just 31 seconds. Quick connect/disconnect hoses for a fast no-leak setup. Remote pendant control features a 13' cord and plugs into a 110V Ac wall outlet power to operate.

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Then you should jump in there and take advantage of your superior ability to design, manufacture, market, sell, and support something like this at half the price. You'd own the market pretty quickly. What's stopping you?
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That's a heck of a link!

Here's another without all the semantic tokening:
https://www.homedepot.com/p/309646718
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costco has the 5000lb for 999
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I cannot decide between 7000 and 5000 model. My large car is Explorer. 7000 model is very heavy to move around, but more capacity with $100 more.
I saw a video that 5000 model can lift 20000lb. so that means I can use it for a 6000lb car?
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Measure your jack points, the 5000 won't work without a $200+ extension kit on my Acura MDX
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Good deal, but many cars need the extension kit, which raises the min height. If this was the ext model I'd be all over it
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That's a heck of a link!

Here's another without all the semantic tokening:
https://www.homedepot.com/p/309646718
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Correct me if I'm wrong, but Samsung Pay only has 14% CB on "Home Decor", 2% on "All Other"

Home Depot has this under "Automotive", so I'm guessing 2% CB
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Absolute not! Your confusing holding strength and lifting strength. The hydraulic pumps are not rated to lift that amount of weight. I purchased the 5000 at Costco last year and love it. Cheers
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I cannot decide between 7000 and 5000 model. My large car is Explorer. 7000 model is very heavy to move around, but more capacity with $100 more.
I saw a video that 5000 model can lift 20000lb. so that means I can use it for a 6000lb car?
Watch that video again, and pay attention to the disclaimer, they are using a different pump to do that.
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I have the 7000ext, favored additional capacity but if I were to do it again I would do the 5000 as the 7000 is quite heavy and my cars are 2650lbs and 3900lbs respectively and then my truck is 7500lbs but high enough it wouldn't be terribly useful for it even if it could lift it.

If I had a tesla or 5000-6000lb esuvee then I'd go with the 7000
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costco has the 5000lb for 999
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costco has the 5000lb for 999
Or 900 in-store, ymmv. https://slickdeals.net/f/13367662-costco-b-m-quickjack-5-000-lb-capacity-portable-car-lift-899-99?v=1
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This thing is only long enough for a compact car. I have 2017 ridgeline, 2009 Odyssey and 2013 X5 BMW. None line up, the jack was too short...miss the lift point.
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Dumb question: do people ever leave these outside, or would this kind of thing be a garage-only item? (As in, would they work after years outside, not whether someone would steal them or not.)
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