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Ranger Products Offers QuickJack Portable Jack System

Ranger Products, a division of BendPak, recently unveiled its new QuickJack portable jack system that makes vehicle maintenance - on the track and off - convenient and lightning fast. The 3,500-lb. capacity lightweight QuickJack can go anywhere and can be easily stowed in the trunk or back seat of most cars when not in use.

Ranger Products, a division of BendPak, recently unveiled its new QuickJack portable jack system that makes vehicle maintenance — on the track and off — convenient and lightning fast. The 3,500-lb. capacity lightweight QuickJack can go anywhere and can be easily stowed in the trunk or back seat of most cars when not in use.

Bring it to the track or drop it on your garage floor to perform routine maintenance in the comfort of your home, all in seconds.

Simply position the lightweight jack frames under the vehicle, push the raise button on the remote hand-held pendant control and in less than 10 seconds the entire car is almost 2 feet off the ground, ready for tire changes, chassis tuning or other maintenance.

The QuickJack collapses to a low 3-in. profile so it fits where other jacks don’t.

It features an open-center design, rugged safety lock bars, remote pendant control on a 20-foot cord, quick-connect hoses and a built-in flow divider for precisely equalized lifting. The QuickJack comes complete with an eight-piece set of rubber lift blocks, convenient positioning handles and a mini portable hydraulic power unit that runs off standard 110-volt current. An optional 12-volt DC unit also available.

For information contact Ranger Products at 805-933-9970 or visit www.quickjack.com.

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