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    1. #1
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      Anyone using QuickJacks? I see em on sale at Costco $1249 7000lb Capacity

      Any opinions on these? Did it make your life easier? Lol! Iíve been thinking of getting these.
      QuickJack 7,000-LB Capacity SLX Portable Car Lift https://www.costco.com/quickjack-7%2...100508645.html
      1968 Skylark - 462, TKO 600, RideTech, CPP
      1989 Mustang - 351, Vortech V3

    2. #2
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      Dammit you just cost me money. That's a good price.

      My friend has the same one, he loves it. He gets his 79 camaro and his 02 camaro up on it.
      Scott from NJ.

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    3. #3
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      I have a 5000lb version
      Love it.....
      Troy
      67GTO

    4. #4
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      I know each side ways close to 100lbs. Idk if I really want to be lugging em around much, especially with enough junk I got laying around in my garage. Also, don’t the bottoms get all scratched up?
      1968 Skylark - 462, TKO 600, RideTech, CPP
      1989 Mustang - 351, Vortech V3

    5. #5
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      Quote Originally Posted by STREETFIGHTER50 View Post
      I know each side ways close to 100lbs. Idk if I really want to be lugging em around much, especially with enough junk I got laying around in my garage. Also, don’t the bottoms get all scratched up?
      Looks like there's rubber stands you can place where desired, so it doesn't actually rest directly along the entire length metal to metal.
      Red Forman: "The Mustang's front end is problematic; get yourself a Firebird."

    6. #6
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      I can do a lot of jacking and work around jack stands a lot easier for $1,250!
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    7. #7
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      I have the 6000lb versions, love them. Worth the money in just the time and labor saved.
      Tracey

    8. #8
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      Damn Costco sold out of both 5000lb and 7000lb bundles! Much more popular than I thought
      1968 Skylark - 462, TKO 600, RideTech, CPP
      1989 Mustang - 351, Vortech V3

    9. #9
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      Iím looking at one now for my 70 Chevelle and wasnít sure itíd work. But if it fits your GOT it should my Chevelle
      Did you get the EXT or SLX length?

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      Spell check got me again. GTO

    10. #10
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      Costco has the QuickJack 5,000lb. SLX Capacity Portable Car Lift Bundle again for $1199 again til the end of the month.
      QuickJack 5,000lb. SLX Capacity Portable Car Lift Bundle https://www.costco.com/quickjack-5%2...100666851.html
      Features:
      5,000 lbs. (2,268 kg) Lifting Capacity
      Time to Full Rise: 30 Seconds
      3" Collapsed Height for Stow Away
      Dual-Position Automatic Safety Locks
      Bundle Includes: 4 Pinch-Weld Blocks and Wall Hangers Set
      1968 Skylark - 462, TKO 600, RideTech, CPP
      1989 Mustang - 351, Vortech V3

    11. #11
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      If the 7000lb goes on sale I might just do it. Would be nice to be able to lift up our heavy ass Armada
      1968 Skylark - 462, TKO 600, RideTech, CPP
      1989 Mustang - 351, Vortech V3

    12. #12
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      I just haven't been sure if the 5,000lb SLX would work on my Chevelle's lift points with all the "sample" cars they show on it's ad pictures.

      Anyone using their EXT model or is this one just fine?

      Would anyone suggest any additional accessories other than the ones in the COSTCO bundle (four pinch weld blocks and hangers)?

    13. #13
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      Quote Originally Posted by ajgehr View Post
      I just haven't been sure if the 5,000lb SLX would work on my Chevelle's lift points with all the "sample" cars they show on it's ad pictures.

      Anyone using their EXT model or is this one just fine?

      Would anyone suggest any additional accessories other than the ones in the COSTCO bundle (four pinch weld blocks and hangers)?
      There's a lot of adjustability in the design. The smallest car I've lifted was a Chevy Sonic and the largest was the wife's Flex and my F150 with my 69 Cougar and 60 Parkwood in between. Like anything you'd lift your car with you'd take the time to get it in the right spots.

      I love them based on time saving alone. I had to do the summer to winter tire swap for the whole family recently and did five cars in the space of 90 minutes. As far as accessories they should come with both size rubber blocks. The pinch weld blocks are only the regular blocks with a groove. The regular ones have some give so I would save the money there. As far as the wall hanger I wouldn't know, other than they are HEAVY so I prefer to leave them laying on the floor. They can't fall or slip from your hands if they're already laying down.

      Tracey


    14. #14
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      Thank you,
      I appreciate all the info.
      I think I'm going to get one.

    15. #15
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      Wow Tracey that’s alota tires rotated! Great info indeed thank you!
      1968 Skylark - 462, TKO 600, RideTech, CPP
      1989 Mustang - 351, Vortech V3

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      Do you guys think the 5000 pound version is good enough for a 4000 pound car? Enough safety margin?

      Andrew
      1970 GTO Version 2.0
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    17. #17
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      Here ya go Andrew
      https://youtu.be/YVZ-CcF0_MY
      1968 Skylark - 462, TKO 600, RideTech, CPP
      1989 Mustang - 351, Vortech V3

    18. #18
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      Quote Originally Posted by STREETFIGHTER50 View Post

      Yeah..... That video is amazing....

      Been using the 5000lb version for my GTO for years..... I trust it. Do I place jack stands under car also..... sure, Anything can fail.... regardless of "rating"
      Troy
      67GTO

    19. #19
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      Quote Originally Posted by STREETFIGHTER50 View Post
      Quote Originally Posted by 67gtonut View Post
      Yeah..... That video is amazing....

      Been using the 5000lb version for my GTO for years..... I trust it. Do I place jack stands under car also..... sure, Anything can fail.... regardless of "rating"
      Thanks guys! That was super helpful.
      1970 GTO Version 2.0
      1967 Cougar build
      GM High-Tech Performance feature
      My YouTube Channel Please Subscribe!
      Instagram @projectgattago
      Dr. EFI
      I deliver what EFI promises.
      Remote Holley EFI tuning.
      Please get in touch if I can be of service.

      "You were the gun, your voice was the trigger, your bravery was the barrel, your eyes were the bullets." ~ Her

    20. #20
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      Quote Originally Posted by andrewb70 View Post
      Do you guys think the 5000 pound version is good enough for a 4000 pound car? Enough safety margin?

      Andrew
      Presumably a well engineered product would have substantial margin. I would expect 20-50%.

      That being said if the 7000 pound version is only a couple of hundred more I personally would spend the extra money.

      Don
      1969 Camaro - LSA 6L90E AME sub/IRS
      1957 Buick Caballero - huge project
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