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ADDITIONAL USEFUL LINKS:

If you want some more details about the QuickJack please do not hesitate to post and ask your questions here. There is also a thread HERE that you can reference for some additional information as well.

See the QJ being utilized for a successful engine drop in a 911 (Post #30 and #32): QUICKJACK lift for a 911 (or 914)! (image below)


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I'm sure you could sell a truck load of them if you could remove/install a 911 motor with one.
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I'm sure you could sell a truck load of them if you could remove/install a 911 motor with one.
Yes, this question has been asked more than a few times. If you get the SUV adapters they give you additional height as you can see below. Not sure if that additional height will give you enough room though.

Edit: See the QJ being utilized for a successful engine drop in a 911 (Post #30 and #32): QUICKJACK lift for a 911 (or 914)!


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Curious about lateral stability. It appears as if some force from / towards the side could be an issue - how stable is it? are the two ramps connected in any way?

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Curious about lateral stability. It appears as if some force from / towards the side could be an issue - how stable is it? are the two ramps connected in any way?

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As far as safety, the QuckJack's have automatic locking arms, a dual locking position and have 14 gauge welded steel frames. They're 2 separate parts and are not connected in any way. If you click the link above, there is a video that displays how the set up works so you can get a better idea. For stability, they're very stable. QuickJack even posted a great video that you can check out below. Let me know if you have any other questions.

Stability test - https://www.facebook.com/rangerquickjack/videos/640416479430147/
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Cool set up but pricey.
I understand what you're saying. Personally, I utilize a high quality floor jack and jack stands that are about $800 combined. With the QuickJack it provides all those items all in one. Also, with the QuickJack you're able to raise the car all at once - easy. It is portable and you can bring it with you to the track, which more than a few track guys that I know use. Eventually, when I stop throwing car parts at my car, I'll buy one. Another note too, when QuickJack releases new revisions of their products they typically put their current stock on sale. When that happens we will definitely post about it and anyone will be able to pick one up at a reduced price. Appreciate your feedback.
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Yes, this question has been asked more than a few times. If you get the SUV adapters they give you additional height as you can see below. Not sure if that additional height will give you enough room though...
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Bump! Couple more days for the free ATF special! Free shipping will continue after the 18th. Let me know if anyone else has any questions.

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how about free motul? I do want one but blew my car funds on a full suspension upgrade on the 951.

up on jack stands, wishing I had the quick lift NOW....
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how about free motul? I do want one but blew my car funds on a full suspension upgrade on the 951.

up on jack stands, wishing I had the quick lift NOW....
A suspension upgrade, very nice. It's definitely a very convenient unit. Let me know if you have any questions. The free shipping offer will continue to run for these units after today.
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Is it safe or high enough to drop an engine out the back?
The QuickJack is very safe. As far as a motor drop, the consensus says no. If you look at post #4 above you'll see an image, which shows you a unit with the SUV adapters. The image below has all the stats about the units. The SUV adapters should add about 3" to letter C, D, and/or E. Let me know if you have any other questions.

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Bump! We have now added the oldest version BL-3500 unit to the catalog. The BL-3500SLX and BL-7000SLX units are still on back order for beginning of May. The BL-3500 and BL-5000SLX units are in stock and ready to ship with FREE ground shipping!

For info on the differences between the BL-3500 and BL-3500SLX units CLICK HERE.

For info on the newest SLX model QuickJacks, read below:

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I just recorded a review of the 5000SLX.

I have no future as a product spokesman, but here it is:

https://youtu.be/4I0N888ek8M
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I just bought one of these. CAREFULLY READ ALL SPECS.

what I found is the 3500 is too short for the lift points on my 911 and 944. as all my cars that I wrench on are <3500lb, did not realize I needed the 5000 for length.

since I had fully assembled before I tried to use, I have a plan to fabricate a large gauge angle iron frame to sit on top that is long enough to reach the lift points on the cars. will post pics and info when I get around to doing that.

I still think it will serve my purposes.
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I just recorded a review of the 5000SLX.

I have no future as a product spokesman, but here it is:

https://youtu.be/4I0N888ek8M
Nice review, Jack. Thanks for sharing.
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I just bought one of these. CAREFULLY READ ALL SPECS.

what I found is the 3500 is too short for the lift points on my 911 and 944. as all my cars that I wrench on are <3500lb, did not realize I needed the 5000 for length.

since I had fully assembled before I tried to use, I have a plan to fabricate a large gauge angle iron frame to sit on top that is long enough to reach the lift points on the cars. will post pics and info when I get around to doing that.

I still think it will serve my purposes.
Yes, before anyone purchases it's advised to measure the jacking point lengths. You can also ask questions here and I'd be happy to help answer them to find the correct one for your needs. The 5000SLX unit is what we used in the video at the link above for lifting the 911SC. The SLX units were actually redesigned due to the issue of individuals having to modify the old units to fit their 997's. There is an older YouTube video out there of what an individual did to modify his BL-3500 a while back to fit his that you might be able to check out.

If anyone has any questions just let me know.

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Update on stock for the 3500SLX and 7000SLX:

The expected stocking date for the 3500SLX units is sometime around May 26th-30th.

The expected stocking date for the 7000SLX units is now looking to be early June, around the 2nd-6th.
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