The JEGS 79026 transmission jack is designed to make the removal and installation of transmissions and differentials easy. This powerful jack is constructed of heavy-duty steel and has a low profile to increase accessibility. Capable of holding 1 ton, 2,000 lbs., this jack can handle almost any transmission. Simplify your next project.
JEGS 555-79026 Transmission Jack Low Profile Features:
- Weight: 136 lbs.
- Dimensions: 40 in. L x 19 in. W x 6 3/4 in. H (fully lowered)
- Adjustable saddle: Forward and side tilt knobs let you just the saddle position for a perfect fit
- Wishbone design allows for a lower overall height
- I-beam arm design increases rigidity
- (2) Chains with hooks to securely hold the transmission or differential
- 3 in. diameter
- 360-Degree rotation
- Steel construction
What is the difference between a transmission jack and a floor jack?
- A transmission jack is specialized for handling transmissions, featuring a cradle-like design, while a floor jack is more versatile for lifting vehicles to access various parts.
How high does a transmission jack go?
- Most transmission jacks have an adjustable height range of approximately 8 to 34 inches, providing flexibility for different vehicle heights and transmission removal/installation.
How much can a 3 ton floor jack lift?
- A 3-ton floor jack has a lifting capacity of around 6,000 pounds, suitable for lifting vehicles like full-size trucks, SUVs, and cars for maintenance or tire changes.
What size floor jack do I need for a full-size truck?
- For a full-size truck, a heavy-duty floor jack with a higher lifting capacity, like a 3-ton or higher, is recommended to safely lift and work on larger vehicles.
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