Cheapest Way to Put an Auto Lift In Home Garage- Quick Jack Auto Lifts

Let’s face it, we’re not all lucky enough to have a huge garage with high ceilings that we can put a 2 or 4 post lift in. Or maybe your concrete slab isn’t thick enough to fixture anything to? We’ve found the solution to your auto lift troubles at home. The Quick Jack Auto Lifts allow you to lift cars for service at home. You can even set them up in your driveway if you don’t have the space! These lifts are perfect for small garages, town homes, or rental garages where you can’t modify the floor with a permanent lift. Our favorite for all-around use is the Extended Lift Quck Jack Lift. Read More about it below and get yours HERE.

The BL-7000EXT portable car lift has been redesigned to accommodate vehicles with longer wheelbases. We’ve increased the overall frame length and lift point spread by 6”. As a result, the minimum lift point spread is now 6” longer, as well. Our new portable car lift design better accommodates longer wheelbases and extended lift point spreads.

  • 7,000-pound lifting capacity
  • Extended length frames and lifting point spread
  • From stow to go in less than 60-seconds
  • Dual-position safety locks engage automatically as the lift rises
  • Dual locking positions – mid level and full rise
  • Extended, cantilevered rubber block trays provide increased rubber block reach
  • Portable power unit features a remote push-button control for simple operation
  • Steel mounted urethane wheels provide effortless rolling of jack frames on floor
  • Remote pendant control features a 13-foot cord
  • Power unit features a built-in hydraulic flow divider for precise equalized lifting
  • Open-center design for clear under car access
  • Quick-connect/disconnect hoses for fast and convenient set-up
  • Convenient handles allow for easy positioning of the jack frames
  • Strong 14-gauge welded steel frames
  • Hydraulic cylinders feature integrated velocity-fuse safety valves
  • Includes an eight piece set of adjustable and stackable rubber lift blocks
  • Durable powder coat finish

What’s the difference between SLX and EXT?

  • SLX minimum lift point spread: 29.5”
  • EXT minimum lift point spread: 35.5”
  • SLX maximum lift point spread: 60”
  • EXT maximum lift point spread: 66”
  • SLX overall frame length: 72.5”
  • EXT overall frame length: 76.5” (7000 model only)

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