SGS Low profile 2 tonne trolley jack - £33.93 delivered @ SGS Engineering
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SGS Low profile 2 tonne trolley jack - £33.93 delivered @ SGS Engineering

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Found 7th Nov
Key Features
2 ton max capacity
89mm to 359mm lifting range
Low profile jack ideal for low-slung and normal height cars
360 degree rotating handle
Heavy duty chassis with strengthening flanges
Rear swivel casters for easy positioning
Fits under almost all cars but lifts to standard height!

2 year warranty

£34.99 next day delivery

20 Comments

I have one of these, can’t fault it. Must be getting on for 5 or more years old and still going strong with frequent use!

Got one aswell, great if you have a lowered car which a standard trolley jack doesn’t slide under

excellent value..

Have one very good still going 5 years plus

Paid £45 a few years back and for the quality, that's a bargain.......

at this price, its a steal.

Good company, good products and good prices.

I've had one of these for about 6 months, really not happy with the quality though. It doesn't feel solid enough and I wouldn't say it's particularly low profile either; it doesn't even fit under my stock height Lexus IS250, I have to drive onto wood just to get it under. You're trusting your life with it so I would personally give this a miss and buy something better.

Might be a great present for jack

Original Poster

Kurfew20 m ago

I've had one of these for about 6 months, really not happy with the …I've had one of these for about 6 months, really not happy with the quality though. It doesn't feel solid enough and I wouldn't say it's particularly low profile either; it doesn't even fit under my stock height Lexus IS250, I have to drive onto wood just to get it under. You're trusting your life with it so I would personally give this a miss and buy something better.

Ive had one for a year and it’s solid. It also fits under my M-Sport suspension, so either your suspension needs replacing or it isn’t on stock suspension.
You trust your life with your ls250 😁

Kurfew1 h, 31 m ago

I've had one of these for about 6 months, really not happy with the …I've had one of these for about 6 months, really not happy with the quality though. It doesn't feel solid enough and I wouldn't say it's particularly low profile either; it doesn't even fit under my stock height Lexus IS250, I have to drive onto wood just to get it under. You're trusting your life with it so I would personally give this a miss and buy something better.


Fits easily under my GT86....which is fairly low, too low for standard jacks.

It has plastic castors which is s minus point. Not checked the reach height or low slung height, as this varies between makes.
It would be helpful if anyone could confirm how good this model was from this supplier, as lots of people supply low slung jacks.

From a quick look at their website I do wish sellers would include vat as bold prices and not make out the ex vat price. They aappearto be charging vat on the delivery price as well. Does post and packing have vat?

Kurfew7 h, 51 m ago

You're trusting your life with it so I would personally give this a miss …You're trusting your life with it so I would personally give this a miss and buy something better.


You only lift your car with a jack, you support the weight with decent axle stands.

Why do they make these so heavy?

Proveright4 h, 47 m ago

It has plastic castors which is s minus point. Not checked the reach …It has plastic castors which is s minus point. Not checked the reach height or low slung height, as this varies between makes. It would be helpful if anyone could confirm how good this model was from this supplier, as lots of people supply low slung jacks. From a quick look at their website I do wish sellers would include vat as bold prices and not make out the ex vat price. They aappearto be charging vat on the delivery price as well. Does post and packing have vat?


i would say most of their buisiness is trade which is why they show no VAT...exactly the same as screwfix, machine mart etc used to do before lots of public started using them.........just click the show vat button.


i have the high lift jack from here and build quality for the price cant be beaten

Silverwolf2 h, 54 m ago

You only lift your car with a jack, you support the weight with decent …You only lift your car with a jack, you support the weight with decent axle stands.

Yes, terrifying to think anyone would work under a car only supported on a jack.

Kurfew13 h, 30 m ago

I've had one of these for about 6 months, really not happy with the …I've had one of these for about 6 months, really not happy with the quality though. It doesn't feel solid enough and I wouldn't say it's particularly low profile either; it doesn't even fit under my stock height Lexus IS250, I have to drive onto wood just to get it under. You're trusting your life with it so I would personally give this a miss and buy something better.

Trusting your life with any trolley jack is a very very bad idea. Unless you can work on the vehicle without getting underneath, jacks should be used only to raise the car so you can put axel stands under, and as back up incase one of those fails. Never ever trust a jack with your life.
Edited by: "Dekard97" 8th Nov

I bought one around 6 months ago. First time I used it it wouldn't work - turns out it had no oil in it... Filled it and bled it and works well enough.
It's a Trolley Jack though, nothing special about it

Had one of these for years. Great trolley Jack.
Also got one of these which is £1.00 cheaper than the SGS and well worth it to protect the underneath of your car from scratching it.
Rubber Jacking Pad

Cheers all, been after a trolley jack after my scissor one snapped on my Cliosport

Ordered and Heat added.
Edited by: "Rona7do" 12th Nov
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