JEGS 80320 Floor Jack Holder saves you valuable floor space by securing your 1 1/2 to 3-ton aluminum floor jack to the wall of your garage or vehicle transporter and can also be attached to a portable tool cart. This holder is manufactured from .090 in. thick aluminum material and finished in a silver alodine chemical process for corrosion resistance and can be left as bare aluminum or painted in your favorite color.
JEGS 555-80320 Floor Jack Holder Features:
- Keeps your floor jack secure while in transport with no worries about where your little “wrecking ball” will go while you get from point A to point B
- Silver aluminum construction for long life, weight savings, and great looks
- Dimensions 24 inches high x 15 inches wide x 5.25 inches deep
- A must-have addition for your trailer or even the shop/garage
- Wall mount for space savings and convenience
What is the best way to store a floor jack?
Store a floor jack in a dry area, preferably vertically, using a wall-mounted floor jack holder or stand to prevent oil leakage and maintain its performance.
How safe are Jack stands?
Jack stands are safe when used correctly. Always place them on solid ground, use them according to weight ratings, and never work under a vehicle supported solely by a floor jack.
Do floor jacks wear out?
Yes, floor jacks can wear out over time due to prolonged use, fluid leaks, or lack of maintenance. Regular checks and maintenance ensure safe and efficient operation.
What do you put under a floor jack?
Place a sturdy and stable surface under the floor jack, like a rubber pad or plywood, to prevent damage to delicate surfaces and improve stability during lifting.
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