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Quickjack BL-7000SLX 7,000 lbs. Capacity Portable Car Lift - $1349.00

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I have the BL-7000SLX and its great but I would recommend getting the BL-5000SLX unless you have to have the 7000lbs capacity. The BL-7000SLX is significantly heavier and more difficult to move around. I got mine for a bit cheaper on Bend-Pak's website.

Also, it looks like Home Depot has also had this for cheaper.
https://slickdeals.net/f/13364896-quickjack-bl-7000slx-back-in-stock-at-home-depot-1-159-00?src=SiteSearchV2_SearchBarV2Algo1
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Waiting on a deal for the 5000SLX; Quickjack often has Open Box/Refurb items for cheap on their website.

Should have bought it at Costco last year when it hit $800, unlikely to see it go lower.
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I have the BL-7000SLX and its great but I would recommend getting the BL-5000SLX unless you have to have the 7000lbs capacity. The BL-7000SLX is significantly heavier and more difficult to move around.
The 7000 is 100 lbs, and comes in two lifts + the pump, whereas the 5000 is 80 lbs.

Does an extra 10 lbs per lift make a big difference? Especially for something that spends its life rolling around on the ground.

Steel 3T floor jacks are 80 lbs for the whole unit, and I lift mine in and out of the trunk all the time.
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I have the BL-7000SLX and its great but I would recommend getting the BL-5000SLX unless you have to have the 7000lbs capacity. The BL-7000SLX is significantly heavier and more difficult to move around. I got mine for a bit cheaper on Bend-Pak's website.

Also, it looks like Home Depot has also had this for cheaper.
https://slickdeals.net/f/13364896-quickjack-bl-7000slx-back-in-stock-at-home-depot-1-159-00?src=Site...
Was there a sale on that site?
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The 7000 is 100 lbs, and comes in two lifts + the pump, whereas the 5000 is 80 lbs.

Does an extra 10 lbs per lift make a big difference? Especially for something that spends its life rolling around on the ground.

Steel 3T floor jacks are 80 lbs for the whole unit, and I lift mine in and out of the trunk all the time.
If you don't need the added capacity, I would go for the lighter ones, either way though, you cant go wrong.
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Was there a sale on that site?
Sorry, I got it on quickjack.com
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Waiting on a deal for the 5000SLX; Quickjack often has Open Box/Refurb items for cheap on their website.

Should have bought it at Costco last year when it hit $800, unlikely to see it go lower.
Don't think like that. I got a 1 TB for $79 after thinking $100 was the cheapest. It'll get that cheap again.
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Will this raise the car high enough to drop a transmission?
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Is the 5000 easy to move around and place on wire shelving when not in use?
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Is the 5000 easy to move around and place on wire shelving when not in use?
It is easy to move around on the built in rollers but heavy to lift. I lay them upright against the wall stacked on each other secured by a tie down.
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It is easy to move around on the built in rollers but heavy to lift. I lay them upright against the wall stacked on each other secured by a tie down.
How long does it take you from touching them to having them under the car ready to lift from where you mount them on the wall?
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How long does it take you from touching them to having them under the car ready to lift from where you mount them on the wall?
Setup actually takes some time because you have to position the jacks under the car, connect the hoses, power, align the rubber blocks to hit the right spots. I'd say 10-15 minutes. It's not as fast as everyone thinks but I bought them for safety. These things are solid!
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Setup actually takes some time because you have to position the jacks under the car, connect the hoses, power, align the rubber blocks to hit the right spots. I'd say 10-15 minutes. It's not as fast as everyone thinks but I bought them for safety. These things are solid!
Do you mind sharing a picture of your set up hanging from the wall?
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Do you mind sharing a picture of your set up hanging from the wall?
It's not hanging, just leaning against the wall. These things are 80 pounds a piece I think.

https://i.ibb.co/QXbLcxs/A8-BF0-E8-B...58-D5594-C.jpg
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