The RFJ2TX - I didn't scroll down to see the other unit at the bottom, sorry.
No worries. Is that what you have?The RFJ2TX - I didn't scroll down to see the other unit at the bottom, sorry.
Got this at Christmas from Tammy. It's a beast. Low profile to get under the car in tarmac spec. Lifts the car quickly with the foot pedal and plenty high enough for the 19" jack stands, even on blocks. I don't envy our crew guys who have to lug it around though. It would lift the F150 fully loaded so no worries if we puncture on route to/from a rally.
We still use the smaller alu jack for getting the arse end up to save some time in service.
this is the one I've been using - after going through several of the typical aluminum racing jacks this one has held up well but then again I haven't had it that long. Several months in the garage, sno*drift, 100AW and still working perfect. has grease fittings on it too
I got the same deal off of Nasioc. Picked it up yesterday afternoon. First impression is it's a little difficult to raise, and not especially fast with a load on it. But at 45 lbs, it's quite a bit lighter than steel jacks.BUMP!
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