New QuickJack Portable Car Lifts Raise Any Car, SUV in 30 Seconds

QuickJack Portable Car Lifts Raise Any Car, SUV Higher

Improved design for home garage, auto repair shop, detailer, mobile service or racetrack.

QuickJack has improved almost its entire lineup of portable car lifts to offer customers greater lifting height and versatility.

QuickJack lifts are compact, frame-engaging models with an open-center design for complete access to the vehicle’s undercarriage. The new QuickJack TL Series lifts provide an additional three inches of lifting height over the outgoing SLX models — for a full two feet or more of ground clearance. The increased lifting height allows for improved access and working room under the vehicle for maintenance and repair tasks, plus it offers even better ergonomics for wheel work and detailing.

“We invented QuickJack to give customers a faster, safer lifting alternative to floor jacks, stands or ramps without the expense or massive space requirements of a permanently installed lift. The original QuickJack design was an immediate hit with consumers and professionals alike,” explains Jeff Kritzer, BendPak executive vice president. “Now, our product design and engineering team has made this professional-grade lift line even better, adding riseheight while maintaining the compact, portable package our customers love.” 

The new QuickJack TL line includes four models to handle everything from cars to light trucks.

QuickJack TL models feature pendant controls for one-handed operation, dual-position automatic safety locks and durable urethane wheels to make it easy to roll the lift wherever it’s needed. Each lift reaches its full height in just 30 seconds. When the job is done, the lifts collapse to 3 to 3.5 inches high and can hang on a wall, slide under a toolbox, or go into the trunk until next time. All are backed by a standard one-year warranty and priced under $2,000 with free shipping in the continental United States.

Customers who currently have QuickJack SL models can upgrade their lifts to get the additional rise by purchasing new TL frame assemblies. 

For more info: quickjack.com

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