Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Every garage stands to benefit from a car lift that’s easy to set up and completely safe to operate. If a portable car lift comes with the best safety rating in its class, as only QuickJack does, what else is there to say?
We couldn’t claim to make the most portable lift on the market if it weren’t fully collapsible. With a low 3" profile, you can quickly and conveniently stow QuickJack away until the next time you need it.
QuickJack has finally found its way to The Great White North, and we come with an amazing portable car lift that we hope will have car enthusiasts, racers and shop professionals across Canada heralding as the next great tool in auto repair. QuickJack was built to make car maintenance easy, whether you’re set for a weekend on the track or an afternoon wrenching in your garage. In less than 30 seconds, QuickJack lifts your vehicle 21” and holds it firmly in place. Our favorite part? It doesn’t require cranks or pumps to do the lifting: all you do is press a button on the pendant remote control and watch your new toy carry the load! If you’re looking for a better way to lift your car, and a full-sized car lift is just too much, ditch your old car jacks and jack stands and join the fast-growing QuickJack community today!
Available in 110-volt, 208-230-volt, 240-volt, or 12-volt DC. QuickJack's hydraulic power units are light weight and easy to transport.
An integrated flow divider valve equally proportions the hydraulic fluid allowing both frames to remain synchronized during operation.Close
Dual-position automatic safety lock bars engage automatically as the lift rises and disengages when the lift is lowered.Close
QuickJack hydraulic cylinders feature integrated velocity-fuse safety valves.Close
UHMW wheels provide effortless rolling of jack frames on floor. These mounted wheels make the QuickJack a portable car lift.Close
Convenient and safe remote car lift control allows you to safely operate away from the lift.Close
Provides quick wheels-free convenience for brake and tire service and clear undercarriage access of all types of vehicles.Close
A recent survey reports that consumers continue to embrace DIY auto repair and they’re saving hundreds or even thousands of dollars by doing so.
The findings show that these DIY auto repairers are chiefly driven by cost-savings and also by the enjoyment and reward of doing the actual work.Close