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QuickJack 7,000-LB Capacity SLX Portable Car Lift $1199 + FS

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Home Depot has the higher capacity 7000-pound QuickJack BL-7000SLX portable car lift on sale for Black Friday. $1199 + free shipping. This is a $400 savings (25%) off the normal price of $1599 and very close to the all time low price of $1149. I've been waiting for a sale on the higher-capacity version because SUVs and Battery-Electric vehicles can exceed the 5000-pound rating of the BL-5000SLX QuickJack model.

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It was $1150 a few nights ago and $1399 with the wall hooks and SUV/Truck adapters at HD. I think that is lowest that the 7000 model has been (new) so this is still a good price, even if not the lowest ever.
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Go get gift gift cards from Fred Meyer (maybe other Kroger places) and clip the 4x gift card points on the FM app. Get some gas for free while your at it.
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Been interested in this for awhile. But at 100 lbs / piece, is this really easier than jacks?
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Lowest I have seen. I bought mine a few months ago from Costco for $1,249. They aren't light to maneuver but good to go once they are set up. I had to get the frame extension to cover my other cars. Be sure to spend more on those in case.
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Been interested in this for awhile. But at 100 lbs / piece, is this really easier than jacks?
It's definitely not easier in the sense of getting them out and positioned but it's a lot better that using ramps or jack stands and it's much easier once positioned (and more safe) to raise and lower all 4 wheels at once. When it comes to lifting a heavy truck though, I think this is definitely easier all around and much more safe. I've been working with ramps, jacks and jack stands for two decades and I have also have a 2 post lift but, for oil changes, tire rotations, brake jobs, etc. the simplicity of this just can't be beat.
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Been interested in this for awhile. But at 100 lbs / piece, is this really easier than jacks?
Probably not, unless you happen to have a car without central lift points.

And especially not if you want to work under the vehicle, since jack stands are still needed and the quickjacks will often be in the way of the desired jack stand locations.
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Probably not, unless you happen to have a car without central lift points.

And especially not if you want to work under the vehicle, since jack stands are still needed and the quickjacks will often be in the way of the desired jack stand locations.
I tried to comprehend what you actually meant but what?

What are the point of quick jacks if not to work under cars? Also how are jack stands still needed when using a quick jack?

I'm not sure you understand what quick jacks are.
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I tried to comprehend what you actually meant but what?

What are the point of quick jacks if not to work under cars? Also how are jack stands still needed when using a quick jack?

I'm not sure you understand what quick jacks are.
Oh believe me, I understand what they are. They'd be great for tire swaps, brake jobs, and suspension work, but they say that you need to use jack stands if you're working under a vehicle. This poses many potential problems with work space under the vehicle and locating jack stands correctly - especially since the Quickjack typically uses the manufacturer recommended jack stand locations.

If you want to work under the vehicle it seems that a decent jack and jack stands would be more practical (unless it's a rare car without central lift points).

From the Quickjack manual:
"Do not work under an elevated Vehicle unless properly rated Vehicle Jack Stands are used and placed under the factory-approved Lifting Points."

https://www.quickjack.com/pub/dow...Manual.pdf
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I think that point in the manual is just a general rule and does not pertain to using the Quickjack.
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Oh believe me, I understand what they are. They'd be great for tire swaps, brake jobs, and suspension work, but they say that you need to use jack stands if you're working under a vehicle. This poses many potential problems with work space under the vehicle and locating jack stands correctly - especially since the Quickjack typically uses the manufacturer recommended jack stand locations.

If you want to work under the vehicle it seems that a decent jack and jack stands would be more practical (unless it's a rare car without central lift points).

From the Quickjack manual:
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"Do not work under an elevated Vehicle unless properly rated Vehicle Jack Stands are used and placed under the factory-approved Lifting Points."

https://www.quickjack.com/pub/dow...Manual.pdf [quickjack.com]
They consider the quicjack a properly rated vehicle jack stand...

https://www.quickjack.com/why-qui...ck-stands/
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I think that point in the manual is just a general rule and does not pertain to using the Quickjack.
Seems odd that they would include something in their manual that does not pertain to their product...and then repeat it two additional times.


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They consider the quicjack a properly rated vehicle jack stand...

https://www.quickjack.com/why-qui...ck-stands/ [quickjack.com]
That's not what that says and they failed to answer the question. They claim that the Quickjack Portable Car Jacks are safer and more stable than jack stands, but do not say that they replace the jack stands that the manual says are required when working underneath a vehicle.
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I don't know. What would be the flippin point to having these? Like you said, you have jack stands and the quick jack under the car, good luck finding any room to work! I thought these were for people that can't put a 2 post lift in their garage.
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I don't know. What would be the flippin point to having these? Like you said, you have jack stands and the quick jack under the car, good luck finding any room to work! I thought these were for people that can't put a 2 post lift in their garage.
I'm thinking they'd be handy for swappin wheels, brakes, suspension, even the odd axle if you don't have to get underneath to release it from the transmission. But for $1200, you could buy some really nice jacks and jack stands instead.
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