SEMA 2016: QuickJack Is Better Than Ever With Versatile Options

QuickJack was at SEMA 2016 in full force showing off their killer lineup of electro-hydraulic ramps that are perfect for restylers, detailers, and the DYI home crowd that want a safe system for elevating their cars.

The QuickJack comes in three sizes, the 3500-lbs BL-3500SLX, the 5000-lbs BL-5000BLX and the new 7000-lbs BL-7000BLX designed especially for trucks. The BL-5000BLX is the most popular system as it’s just about right for most vehicles.

For anyone that has spent time crawling around on their knees trying to get underneath a car the QuickJack system is a God send.

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The system comes complete with two ramps, (weighing roughly 75lbs a piece,) electro-hydraulic power unit and controller. The best part of the two ramp system is the unobstructed access to wheels, undercarriage and drivetrain.

Another great benefit is if you store your vehicle for long periods of time, QuickJack is a great way to get the car’s weight off your wheels and tires.

There is also a model for motorcycles as well allowing easy cleaning and maintenance at a comfortable level without breaking your back.

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Quick Jack guru Tim McDougall says “The demand for the product is unbelievable. Our ramps have really resonated with the market.”

Safety is of utmost concern and Quick Jack has designed the system with many safety precautions affording a users a sturdy, secure way to elevate their vehicle.

Gone are the days of bending, pumping and cranking a car jack to place a stand. QuickJack is certified to be safer than car jacks and stands, and because it’s a portable car lift, you can collapse it and store it virtually anywhere in your garage in a matter of seconds.

Be sure and go to QuickJack for order information.

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Dave Cruikshank

Dave Cruikshank is a lifelong car enthusiast and an Editor at Power Automedia. A zealous car geek since birth, he digs lead sleds, curvy fiberglass, kustoms and street rods. He currently owns a '95 Corvette, '76 Cadillac Seville, '99 LS1 Trans Am and big old Ford Van.
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