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Cool :happysad:

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It looks cool, but awful pricey.

 

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To take off 4 wheels on my car it took jacking it up 3 times.

 

 

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I think the average guy wouldn't use it enough to justify the cost. It would be handy though. :happysad:

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Look into bendpak scissor lift. Little more money but lifts higher

 

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actually, if you look closely at the Quick Jack website, it has THIS sentence at the bottom of the sales pitch:

 

 

If you want a full-sized car lift, our parent company BendPak makes the safest, most rugged car lifts you’re going to find in the industry.

 

so if you get the scissor jack you mentioned, or the Quick Jack, the SAME company gets your money either way. but only $1,400 to lift 7,000 lbs is actually quite cheap when compared to the $3,000-$10,000 you'll spend on a full professional grade car lift.

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True, i cant fit a 2 post lift in my garage. I did a ton of research and found that for my needs a scissor lift works best for me to work under my car and truck. Always liked quick jack, just wish it lifted higher.

 

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Oh yea I did talk to him about his when he got it.

 

 

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I ended up buying a 7000 ext model

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On 9/7/2018 at 7:38 PM, RyanbabZ71 said:

I ended up buying a 7000 ext model

This is old topic, but I saw the 5000SLX at Costco, online showing for $999, but in store it's $899... checked HD and they are selling the 7000SLX for $1150.. so, been wanting one and just put in my order at HD.. haha! 

 

How's it holding up and how are you liking it? 

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This is old topic, but I saw the 5000SLX at Costco, online showing for $999, but in store it's $899... checked HD and they are selling the 7000SLX for $1150.. so, been wanting one and just put in my order at HD.. haha! 
 
How's it holding up and how are you liking it? 


Works great haven’t used it on my truck only my car so far

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