How does Quickjack work?
Hydraulic Power UnitAvailable in 110-volt, 208-230-volt, 240-volt, or 12-volt DC. QuickJack’s hydraulic power units are light weight and easy to transport. An integrated flow divider valve equally proportions the hydraulic fluid allowing both frames to remain synchronized during operation. Close
Automatic Safety LocksDual-position automatic safety lock bars engage automatically as the lift rises and disengages when the lift is lowered. Close
Hydraulic CylindersQuickJack hydraulic cylinders feature integrated velocity-fuse safety valves. Close
Mounted RollersUHMW wheels provide effortless rolling of jack frames on floor. These mounted wheels make the QuickJack a portable car lift. Close
Remote UP/DOWN Push-Button ControlConvenient and safe remote car lift control allows you to safely operate away from the lift. Close
Wheels-Free AccessProvides quick wheels-free convenience for brake and tire service and clear undercarriage access of all types of vehicles. Close
One Happy Owner!A recent survey reports that consumers continue to embrace DIY auto repair and they’re saving hundreds or even thousands of dollars by doing so. The findings show that these DIY auto repairers are chiefly driven by cost-savings and also by the enjoyment and reward of doing the actual work. Close
Quickjack Europe quick guide
Step 1 – Connect your hoses up from the power unit and the jack frames with the quick-connect fittings.
Step 2 – Depending on which model power unit you selected, connect it to its appropriate power source, 230V goes on the net, 12V can be connected to a power-pack or car battery.
Step 3 – Place both QuickJack frames on a stable floor surface with both safety-lock bars positioned outwards.
Step 4 – Drive your vehicle between or above the Quickjack frames.
Step 5 – Push or pull the quickjack frames under the vehicle lifting points.
Step 6 – Place the rubber lifting blocks on the Quickjack frames.
Step 7 – Place the Quickjack frames under the exact lifting points.
Step 8 – Operate the UP control until each jack platform reaches either the mid-rise locking position or full-rise locking position.
Step 9 – Lower the Quickjack locked in mid-rise or full-rise locking position.