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$150 off any QuickJack model 3/3-3/12

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Received an email from Quickjack for $150 off ANY model.

I know this wont beat the Costco prices but if you've been eyeing a certain model, this may be worth a look.

Use code OFF150 at checkout.

Valid 3/3-3/12. (starts tomorrow)

https://www.quickjack.com/
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Wish I could afford one of these for my truck. I hear great things about them!
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For your information, it's $1,199.99 (5000lb) from costco.
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I love my QuickJack. Set up is very easy, the hardest part is getting the precise air pressure for the air cylinders. If you dont add air pressure it wont rise and if you add too much it wont go up evenly. I used a foot pump and still had issues getting accurate pressure.

I also got some slotted jack pucks from amazon for like 50$ and they work just as good as the slotted ones that quickjack makes for 100+.

I will also be working on getting wall mounts cheaper as well and attempting to mount horizontally if possible
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Costco had the 5000lb bundle on sale for $1200

https://www.costco.com/quickjack-...66851.html
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I have these. They rock! I don't use them too often but when I do it's great. Mostly for summer/winter wheel swaps and brake/suspension jobs, but it's perfect for these tasks.
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Quote from spazz1233 :
I love my QuickJack. Set up is very easy, the hardest part is getting the precise air pressure for the hydraulics. If you dont add air pressure it wont rise and if you add too much it wont go up evenly. I used a foot pump and still had issues getting accurate pressure.

I also got some slotted jack pucks from amazon for like 50$ and they work just as good as the slotted ones that quickjack makes for 100+.

I will also be working on getting wall mounts cheaper as well and attempting to mount horizontally if possible
I'm confused...
You're using air pressure in your "hydraulic" jacks?
The picture shows a hydraulic pump is used with these.​
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Quote from Electricalsushi :
I'm confused...
You're using air pressure in your "hydraulic" jacks?
The picture shows a hydraulic pump is used with these.​
adding air is for initial setup, but not sure how it affects going up. sounds like it's only used for going down https://www.quickjack.com/how-it-works/setup/
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If you get this, spend the extra $$$ and get the QJ hooks to hang these up. I bought them from Hope Depot and can't tell you how pleased I am by the saved space during storage.

Link: https://www.homedepot.com/p/QUICK.../312015281

They're for $32 on THD so save amen $ and get it from there instead.
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FYI if you call and order they will combine the $150 off plus 15% off accessories. Picked up 7000SLX, truck adapters, and pinch blocks for $1698 shipped. Plus they said prices are going up 7% next month.
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