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Costco QuickJack Portable Automatic Car Jack Lift System £839.99 instore @ Costco
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Costco QuickJack Portable Automatic Car Jack Lift System £839.99 instore @ Costco

£839.98£899.997%Costco Deals
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Posted 30th Nov 2019Available: National, South East, South, South West, London, East of England, West Midlands, East Midlands, Yorkshire & Lincolnshire, North West, North East, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland

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Looks like a high quality bit of kit, It's been reduced to £899 on the costco website, but is £839 in store (I went to the Milton Keynes branch).

You will need a large vehicle to take it home though if collected!3351468.jpg
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That looks dangerous to me.
Great finally found something to lift the wife’s legs
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That looks dangerous to me.
Shame it doesn't lift a bit more, a lot of cars over 2.5 ton these days
ǝlddɐuǝllɐɟ30/11/2019 11:21

That looks dangerous to me.


Same here, when I first saw it instore I thought WTF! I wouldn't get under a car jacked up by one of these.
A set of car ramps and a trolley jack coupled with axle stands is what I use for a lot less money.
Great finally found something to lift the wife’s legs
Just a note I've used the Hertz van rentel @ £15 a hour plus mileage from Costco in Leeds (large long transit) works out great even for use away from Costco using there rates on the app.
paulandpam30/11/2019 11:27

Same here, when I first saw it instore I thought WTF! I wouldn't get …Same here, when I first saw it instore I thought WTF! I wouldn't get under a car jacked up by one of these.A set of car ramps and a trolley jack coupled with axle stands is what I use for a lot less money.


All car lifts are dangerous its just about whether you are using them safely as is the same with trolley jacks and axle stands.

A video of the BL-5000SLX being overloaded with 20,496lbs (~ 9296.8kg) : youtube.com/wat…_MY

Even more overloading tests, less than above though : youtube.com/wat…RYI

Personally wouldn't like to stand next to these when overloading them!

Seems to be a good price as its £1,335.60 here -> vehiclelifts4home.co.uk/pro…ck/

Also the 5000 in BL-5000SLX means its rated at 5000lbs ..... they also have 7000lbs models.

Quickjack is also a subsiduary of Bendpak a well known car lift manufacturer.
Safe as houses these things... but how often are you working under the car on the floor of your garage and not just in the wheel arches..?
ebay.co.uk/p/2…wcB

I have a pair of these, let you raise the front or rear of car to a better height than normal ramps. Paid about £80 a couple of years ago.
J_Orr30/11/2019 11:59

Safe as houses these things... but how often are you working under the car …Safe as houses these things... but how often are you working under the car on the floor of your garage and not just in the wheel arches..?



Depends on what sort of person you are. If you are the sort of person who likes to do your own maintenance then this would be a godsend, and I expect classic car owners who usually revel in getting into the oily bits are a big market. Personally, if I could justify it I would have one, but I'm less inclined these days to do anything other than basic servicing, so it would probably sit unused. In my fantasies I dream of a new shiny workshop equipped with a lift and a classic car - so maybe one day
Siddy30/11/2019 11:47

Just a note I've used the Hertz van rentel @ £15 a hour plus mileage from …Just a note I've used the Hertz van rentel @ £15 a hour plus mileage from Costco in Leeds (large long transit) works out great even for use away from Costco using there rates on the app.


The Costco Hertz Van rental is good value initially and convenient. Do make sure you photograph the Van in detail and log interior and rear compartment for damage when collecting before and after hire and try not to have a prang otherwise they take £500 off you. I tried to get enhanced CDW for a Van I rented from them but still had a £200 excess and cost £10 and that was with a third party insurance specialist. Hertz do not offer CDW on Vans.
Edited by: "Ralph888" 30th Nov 2019
I thought it was £800 you lose. Yes I record in and out and reported it over the van phone also saying there was no fuel in it.
The issue there was it was my issue to ensure there was a 1/4 of a tank in it when I left it.
So I had 8 mile round trip to collect some large bits and drop at mine and return in the hour. The fuel staion was totally the wrong way for me to use the Shell. extra hour fine or £50 for not filling coming my way due to the last user.
So got someone to ring me back in the van and he said photo the gauge and send it in and I will credit the extra hour as we can see you've been to the garage.
Pardon
i need to refurb a set of 4 wheels off my car, it has four areas where the lifting pads on it, other than that i cant see anywhere i can lift it and then put it on axle stands without using the same pads. I have to jacks so i could do one side at a time but anything else out there which isnt so expensive.
robbp30/11/2019 14:48

i need to refurb a set of 4 wheels off my car, it has four areas where the …i need to refurb a set of 4 wheels off my car, it has four areas where the lifting pads on it, other than that i cant see anywhere i can lift it and then put it on axle stands without using the same pads. I have to jacks so i could do one side at a time but anything else out there which isnt so expensive.


There's usually a lifting point somewhere around the crankcase and the rear subframe or differential, but you'll need a low long reach trolley jack.
Don't you need some kind of heavy duty compressor to make it raise, or does it include that?
Sphere30/11/2019 15:56

Don't you need some kind of heavy duty compressor to make it raise, or …Don't you need some kind of heavy duty compressor to make it raise, or does it include that?


12v hydraulic pump in the kit.
gungading30/11/2019 11:22

Shame it doesn't lift a bit more, a lot of cars over 2.5 ton these days


Out of interest which ones are common
Edited by: "hootz" 30th Nov 2019
tintowellfan30/11/2019 12:06

https://www.ebay.co.uk/p/2pcs-Car-Vehicle-Repair-Ramps-Lift-2-Ton-Workshop-Garage-Hydraulic-Lifting-Jack/28031291075?iid=252585769997&chn=ps&norover=1&mkevt=1&mkrid=710-134428-41853-0&mkcid=2&itemid=252585769997&targetid=521080721411&device=c&mktype=pla&googleloc=1007303&poi=&campaignid=7412990587&mkgroupid=76068634930&rlsatarget=pla-521080721411&abcId=1139356&merchantid=101760607&gclid=Cj0KCQiAw4jvBRCJARIsAHYewPMBiFwebXCytLsYiAgWTdDHnjoQlR8-DPmFtxN5hReTv3nCZ5HXE1saAurVEALw_wcBI have a pair of these, let you raise the front or rear of car to a better height than normal ramps. Paid about £80 a couple of years ago.


These are only useful for cars with good clearance to get up the things but I like the idea of them!
hootz30/11/2019 16:26

Out of interest which ones are common


Common to what?
gungading30/11/2019 16:32

Common to what?


What cars are you talking about that are over 2.5tonnes?
hootz30/11/2019 16:36

What cars are you talking about that are over 2.5tonnes?


There are lots of car over 2.2 ton which is the ramp limit, try Google it's really helpful for info like that.
gungading30/11/2019 16:45

There are lots of car over 2.2 ton which is the ramp limit, try Google …There are lots of car over 2.2 ton which is the ramp limit, try Google it's really helpful for info like that.


You said plenty cars over 2.5 tonnes, wondering which ones they are referring to not a generic list
Edited by: "hootz" 30th Nov 2019
hootz30/11/2019 17:01

Op said plenty cars over 2.5 tonnes, wondering which ones they are …Op said plenty cars over 2.5 tonnes, wondering which ones they are referring to not a generic list


I think you need to read the add a little better it clearly states the limit in the pick.
JWALT030/11/2019 16:29

These are only useful for cars with good clearance to get up the things …These are only useful for cars with good clearance to get up the things but I like the idea of them!


I know what you mean, but I have mini ramps that attach to the lower reaches of these ramps to make access easier, if your car is a bit lower. I used to just use a couple of scaffold board off cuts to aid access to the ramps.
hootz30/11/2019 17:01

Op said plenty cars over 2.5 tonnes, wondering which ones they are …Op said plenty cars over 2.5 tonnes, wondering which ones they are referring to not a generic list


It's usually only some cars that are electric, 4x4's or luxury saloons. So for most cars your should easily be okay.
Edited by: "technobot" 30th Nov 2019
gungading30/11/2019 17:17

I think you need to read the add a little better it clearly states the …I think you need to read the add a little better it clearly states the limit in the pick.


I think you need to read the thread a little better before being a smarty pants as I was responding to
"Shame it doesn't lift a bit more, a lot of cars over 2.5 ton these days"

technobot30/11/2019 19:15It's usually only some cars that are electric, 4x4's or luxury saloons. So for most cars your should easily be okay.

Yes a lot of cars are under 2.5 tonnes these days apart from mostly 4x4s and a few electric cars such as a Tesla Model X
Edited by: "hootz" 30th Nov 2019
hootz30/11/2019 19:29

I think you need to read the thread a little better before being a smarty …I think you need to read the thread a little better before being a smarty pants as I was responding to "Shame it doesn't lift a bit more, a lot of cars over 2.5 ton these days"technobot30/11/2019 19:15It's usually only some cars that are electric, 4x4's or luxury saloons. So for most cars your should easily be okay.Yes a lot of cars are under 2.5 tonnes these days apart from mostly 4x4s and a few electric cars such as a Tesla Model X


That's still a lot of cars it won't lift smarty pants that was my point, in no way a commercial lift great for your little kit car project and it will get even more redundant with heavier electric cars coming to market
gungading30/11/2019 19:45

That's still a lot of cars it won't lift smarty pants that was my point, …That's still a lot of cars it won't lift smarty pants that was my point, in no way a commercial lift great for your little kit car project and it will get even more redundant with heavier electric cars coming to market



It looks crap anyway!
tintowellfan30/11/2019 12:06

https://www.ebay.co.uk/p/2pcs-Car-Vehicle-Repair-Ramps-Lift-2-Ton-Workshop-Garage-Hydraulic-Lifting-Jack/28031291075?iid=252585769997&chn=ps&norover=1&mkevt=1&mkrid=710-134428-41853-0&mkcid=2&itemid=252585769997&targetid=521080721411&device=c&mktype=pla&googleloc=1007303&poi=&campaignid=7412990587&mkgroupid=76068634930&rlsatarget=pla-521080721411&abcId=1139356&merchantid=101760607&gclid=Cj0KCQiAw4jvBRCJARIsAHYewPMBiFwebXCytLsYiAgWTdDHnjoQlR8-DPmFtxN5hReTv3nCZ5HXE1saAurVEALw_wcBI have a pair of these, let you raise the front or rear of car to a better height than normal ramps. Paid about £80 a couple of years ago.


I too old now to do any car servicing, but I wish I had a set of these 30 years ago

they are a Bargain at that price
Edited by: "SCOUSEKEVIN" 30th Nov 2019
tintowellfan30/11/2019 12:06

https://www.ebay.co.uk/p/2pcs-Car-Vehicle-Repair-Ramps-Lift-2-Ton-Workshop-Garage-Hydraulic-Lifting-Jack/28031291075?iid=252585769997&chn=ps&norover=1&mkevt=1&mkrid=710-134428-41853-0&mkcid=2&itemid=252585769997&targetid=521080721411&device=c&mktype=pla&googleloc=1007303&poi=&campaignid=7412990587&mkgroupid=76068634930&rlsatarget=pla-521080721411&abcId=1139356&merchantid=101760607&gclid=Cj0KCQiAw4jvBRCJARIsAHYewPMBiFwebXCytLsYiAgWTdDHnjoQlR8-DPmFtxN5hReTv3nCZ5HXE1saAurVEALw_wcBI have a pair of these, let you raise the front or rear of car to a better height than normal ramps. Paid about £80 a couple of years ago.


I was looking at these - but like normal ramps once up on them you can't take your wheels off, unless you jack up and use h/duty axle stands. I have two sets of ordinary ramps, can drive up onto one set and then jack up the other end to put the second set in place - use jack and axle stands to raise enough to remove one wheel at a time - bit of a palaver but served me well over the years and just a bit more room underneath. I spray my cars underneath with underseal and on four ramps makes it a lot easier
Edited by: "astramondeo" 1st Dec 2019
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