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QuickJack Portable Vehicle Lift System: 7000TL $1500, 5000TL EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale has for its Members: QuickJack 5000TL Portable Car Lift System on sale for $1,299.99. Shipping is free.

Costco Wholesale also has for its Members: QuickJack 7000TL Portable Light Duty Truck and Passenger Car Lift System on sale for $1,499.99. Shipping is free.

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Key Features:
  • Automatic Safety Locks
  • Increased Lifting Height
  • One-handed Operation
    • 5000TL: 5,000 Lb ( 2,267 Kg) Lifting Capacity
    • 7000TL: 7,000 Lb (3,175 Kg) Lifting Capacity

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    • The QuickJack 5000TL Portable Car Lift System is priced $300 lower (18.7% savings) than the list price.
    • These offers are valid 1/24/22 through 2/21/22. While supplies last. -Corwin
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Been waiting on the TL versions to go on sale, they've got a higher lift than the SLX's.

5000TL - https://www.costco.com/quickjack-...33778.html

7000TL - https://www.costco.com/quickjack-...33826.html

The package with the hangers and blocks isn't on sale, but these prices are solid, best I've seen on the taller lift.
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01-27-2022 at 10:13 AM
Usually in store price is $100 less, but you need to find one in store for that.

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I got the longer 5000 TLX during QJ's holiday sale for $1480 ($200 off their site price then, it's increased by $10). This deal is $180 less, though the extended costs $40 more than the regular ones, so $140 more savings than that deal.

Check if you need the TL or TLX. It may surprise you how many common cars need the longer version (last generation Civic, for example). I didn't wait for Costco to stock the longer ones of the new model because they never had them in the previous generation.

https://www.quickjack.com/support...ing-guide/

Use the downloadable manual when setting up, not the one that comes in left frame's box. The printed one I received had incorrect information (way too much torque on the elbow to small hose, for example). I didn't get all the way to 34 N-m, stopped around 26 when I saw the hose was failing. I had to wait over a week to get the replacement part :/

https://www.quickjack.com/pub/dow...Manual.pdf

I store mine under my SUV, so no need for the hangers. Lots of clearance vertically and they're only about two feet wide when pushed side-by-side. I used this tip to put the frames on wheels for about $12:

https://youtu.be/y5PYa3IvCSg

I don't know if those wheels would be strong enough for the 7000 models.
I have done about 100 oil changes for family. These make it a piece of cake.
You gotta start somewhere. Next week engine swap!

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Is the in-store price the same?
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I got the longer 5000 TLX during QJ's holiday sale for $1480 ($200 off their site price then, it's increased by $10). This deal is $180 less, though the extended costs $40 more than the regular ones, so $140 more savings than that deal.

Check if you need the TL or TLX. It may surprise you how many common cars need the longer version (last generation Civic, for example). I didn't wait for Costco to stock the longer ones of the new model because they never had them in the previous generation.

https://www.quickjack.com/support...ing-guide/

Use the downloadable manual when setting up, not the one that comes in left frame's box. The printed one I received had incorrect information (way too much torque on the elbow to small hose, for example). I didn't get all the way to 34 N-m, stopped around 26 when I saw the hose was failing. I had to wait over a week to get the replacement part :/

https://www.quickjack.com/pub/dow...Manual.pdf

I store mine under my SUV, so no need for the hangers. Lots of clearance vertically and they're only about two feet wide when pushed side-by-side. I used this tip to put the frames on wheels for about $12:

https://youtu.be/y5PYa3IvCSg

I don't know if those wheels would be strong enough for the 7000 models.
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Needed to do an oil change this weekend, thanks!
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reviews are not great. see last SD post.
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Quote from calpolymike :
reviews are not great. see last SD post.
My post on SD is the last post you're referring to.

The reviews were highly skewed by a few people who had bad experiences (who likely wouldnt admit user error either), and many people who posted good things about the product.

This isn't a car forum. Go on a few car forums and get feedback there. Im on a Porsche forum where Quickjack worked directly with us to develop the model that this replaced.

They're a good company and the best "non lift" you can buy for DIY/prosumer use.​
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Spends $1500 to do a $30 oil engine. Cool...makes sense.
I have done about 100 oil changes for family. These make it a piece of cake.
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A few oil changes and break jobs easily justify a lift purchase. I hate trying to lift newer vehicles with floor jacks.
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Quote from Yone_Yasuo_Main :
Spends $1500 to do a $30 oil engine. Cool...makes sense.
You gotta start somewhere. Next week engine swap!
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I wish my paycheck would allow me to get one of these.
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Quote from Yone_Yasuo_Main :
Spends $1500 to do a $30 oil engine. Cool...makes sense.
He just returns them after he's done.
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Quote from Shock96 :
I have done about 100 oil changes for family. These make it a piece of cake.
That's one oil change every other day
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Quote from Shock96 :
I have done about 100 oil changes for family. These make it a piece of cake.
I've done about 200 oil changes with just a floor jack.
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