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"FREE SHIPPING - BendPak Telescoping Sliding Jack Tray, Model# JP-6"

Item# 144631
"This optional 3-ton capacity jack platform offers the ultimate in jacking speed and convenience. The exclusive telescoping design allows the runways to be adjusted for different tread widths. Perfect for wheel and suspension work. For use on four-post lifts, lube racks or quick lube pits. Accessory Type Jack tray. For use on four-post lifts, lube racks or quick lube pits 3-ton capacity Heavy-duty steel construction Low profile design Overall height 3in. Collapsed width 31in. Extended width 49in. Width of channel 6 1/2in."
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Customer Reviews for "FREE SHIPPING - BendPak Telescoping Sliding Jack Tray, Model# JP-6"
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BendPak Telescoping Sliding Jack Tray

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October 15, 2007
By rmz01
from Minnesota
" I have a BendPack HD-9 four post lift in my home garage, and I wanted to do wheel/brake/suspension work at times. I really wanted the rolling hydraulic jack from bendpak, but it was a lot more expensive and I would not use it enough to justify the added cost over the jack tray. So I figured worst case everyone needs at least 1 jack tray when working under the car. One thing to note, if your car is low, using bottle jacks can become an issue. If you use a small one, then you can not get the car high enough to use jack stands on the ramps etc.
So the solution was another Northerntool product. I also purchsed their hydraulic sissor jack. This had a fairly low compressed height, and would raise the car almost 15", then I was able to use jack stands to support the car on the ramps of the 4 post lift.
I jack up the front slide in my jack stands and lower the car, then I jack up the rear and do the same.
Depending which end I'm working on, I use the jack tray with the sissor jack for an additional support. For example if I'm in the front, I'll use the jack stands and the jack tray.
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