Why We Can’t Make a List of Vehicles for Each Car Lift Model
QuickJack is a versatile piece of equipment that can be used in and out of your garage. Each portable car lift model fits a variety of vehicle makes and models. So, the natural question you have is:
“I drive a 1992 [insert car]. Will QuickJack fit my lift points?”
It’s one of the most important questions you could ask, and you need it answered before you buy your QuickJack. Unfortunately, and we mean no disrespect, we can’t keep track of the lift point spread changes in the history of modern vehicles. From Ford Model T’s up to the latest hybrid Mustang release, there are probably thousands upon thousands of wheelbase measurements. The task to document all of them just to help you choose a car lift would be monumental. Furthermore, slight year-to-year variations in different makes and models would leave us open to making mistakes. We can’t risk making it unsafe to raise your car with the wrong QuickJack car lift. We’d rather just talk to you about it if you’re unsure!
So, instead of giving you a list of vehicles that are safe for each model, we’ve designed an easy-to-follow measuring guide that will put you in charge of your own lifting destiny. That’s why you’re buying a QuickJack though, right? You know how to get things done on your own—you just need the tools to take you there. Our promise to you is simple: we’ll talk to you about your needs. We’ll set you up with the premium portable car lift that fits your vehicles. All you need to do is provide us with the following specs:
A – Vehicle Curb Weight
B – Tire Spread
C – Lifting Point Spread
With that information in hand, we can probably recommend the best QuickJack car lift for you. Just follow our measuring guide to get lifting ASAP.