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JEGS 79004

JEGS Hydraulic Car Lift Ramps [3000 lb. Capacity]

555-79004

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JEGS Hydraulic Car Lifts [3000 lb. Capacity]
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Hydraulic Car Lift Ramps
  • Capacity: 3000 lbs./pair
  • Lift Range: 5.10 in. to 15.10 in.
  • Dimensions: 35.50 in. L x 11.375 in. W Each
  • Ground Clearance: 6.50 in.
  • Weight: 50 lbs. Each
  • Hose: 42 in. L
  • Operates with Foot Action Pump
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    JEGS 79004 Details

    Hydraulic Car Lift Ramp Features:

    • Capacity: 3000 lb/pair
    • Lift Range: 5.10 in.-15.10 in.
    • Dimensions: 35.50 in. L x 11.375 in. W Each
    • Ground Clearance: 6.50 in.
    • Weight: 50 lbs. Each
    • Hose: 42 in. L
    • Operates with Foot Action Pump

    Please Note: Jack oil must be added to pump prior to first use.

    Specifications:

    Shipping Weight:
    163
    Package Height:
    19
    Package Depth:
    16.5
    Package Width:
    44.5

    A Safer Alternative to Pits, Single-Posts, Jacks, & Stands

     

    JEGS Hydraulic Car Lift Ramps offer the auto enthusiast an ultimate convenience. A safer alternative to jack stands, these compact ramps provide better access, will fit in any garage and are especially useful for mechanical and restoration work. Simply drive onto the lift ramps, operate the hydraulic foot pump, and you are ready to rock.

     

    79004 is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 5.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from I don't think my unit was packed correctly when I opened the crate hydraulic fluid was everywhere how do I put fluid back into the pump
    Date published: 2019-01-09
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just what i needed to get under my car and pickup. These are great. I thought i would also want jack stands under my frame just incase. But turns out they are very stable. You must have them on flat ground though. But they are perfect for working under vehicles. I have my 1992 1/2 ton silverado on them, just got the transmission back in. Makes it much easier. However keep in mind a standard transmission jack will not go high enough when you are on these. Oh, and you need to blead the air out first to make them lift the same. I just took some time and figured it out easy enough. But anyone without a hydraulic backround may not. Because there was no instructions indicating this First hook up both hoses. OPEN the air blead screw at the back of the pump. Pump them all the way up with no load on them. If one reaches top first its fine just loosen the knob a little to let it back to even. Go till you are all the way up with both. NOW THE IMPORTANT PART, CLOSE THE AIR SCREW AT THE BACK WHILE THE RAMPS ARE UP. Then you can lower both sides, this now slightly pressurizes the hydraulic resivor keeping bubles out and the pumps both primed. Now run them up again, back down. A few times till they are going even. Then go ahead and drive the car on and raise. Locicaly You should only need to do this once or if they have been sitting a long time, or if the air screw at the back of the pump gets opened. You may at times still have one side or the other go up very slightly faster just depending on your foot. You see the peddle pushes both pumps, but has enough play to rock to the side a little making one pump a little bit farther then the other each stroke. I bet this could be fixed with a little time building a new hinge and lever mechanism, but its good enough for me. If one seems to go up faster, try your other foot and see what happens. For me it was the opposite side. Yes a little draw back but all in all a great thing to have.
    Date published: 2019-01-02
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good concept Recived about 2 weeks ago , works ok but foot pedal when under pressure will pump one side more than other so you have to play with it
    Date published: 2019-06-29
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from WORKS TO SLOW WITH HAND PUMP . NEEDS AIR PUMP OFFER BOTH WAYS PLEASE
    Date published: 2019-06-03
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Bad PUMP!!! Waited two weeks for this lift and it does not work. How can a brand new product be broken already? It was not the shipping, the lift was shipped in a crate and the product inside was without a scratch. Are these lifts not tested under weight after they are built and before shipped??? The foot pump had virutually no resistance and barely moved one of the two ramps about 3/4 of an inch then nothing more. I noticed the foot pump leaking hydraulic fluid from one of the two pumping rods. So disappointing and so much of my time and planning wasted.
    Date published: 2018-11-03
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    Instructions would be nice! multiple valves, maintenance, oil fill folks need to know how to use and maintain it. Purchased and will be writing a review soon, but not off to a good start.

    Asked by: Darin A
    Simply drive onto the lift ramps, operate the hydraulic foot pump, and you are ready to rock. Sealed unit, maintenance free
    Answered by: Kenny U
    Date published: 2018-10-16

    Whats involved with connecting and disconnecting the pump? Is it a quick disconnect coupling?

    Asked by: Craigblo
    Yes, there are 2 fittings that use a thumb screw to go together. The line is self sealing when it is disconnected.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2018-09-25

    Where does #19 safety plate tool go?

    Asked by: Beckyj
    Apparently you use this rod to flip the safety latch back and forth instead of sticking your hand under the ramps….
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2018-09-21

    How is the build quality? Does it feel solid or does it flex & groan? Would you trust your classic car to this unit? thanks!

    Asked by: robertatvdms
    The build quality is solid on these stands when used within their designed weight limits.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2019-03-23

    Is there some kind of lock bar or safety catch? 

    Asked by: Kmk678gc
    Yes, These have a lock that flips down over the hydraulic cylinder to keep it raised.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2018-09-22

    If my car has a full frame why can't I position them in the center and lift the car like a "quick Jack"?

    Asked by: jeffery123
    These are designed to be used to raise the tires of the vehicle.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2018-09-22

    Can you give some examples of what the 3000 lb lift capacity can do? i.e. will they safely lift the front end of a SUV like a Tahoe or Suburban?

    Asked by: AK_VA
    Yes, this can lift most standard trucks and SUV's any vehicle that is less than 6000 lbs total.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2019-03-23

    How do you return the lift to the flat position? 

    Asked by: Swolpin45
    The 2 orange knobs on the pump will unscrew releasing the pressure to allow the ramps to fold flat.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2018-09-22
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