Dear Wrencher, Or should I say specifically, “Guy I saw lying on his back this weekend wrenching on his truck without a car lift?” You looked uncomfortable in that position—really uncomfortable. And let’s be clear: it’s not that you didn’t even have a car lift, but you didn’t have anything. No stands, even. I didn’t… Continue reading Is Jack’s Sarcastic Letter Just Too Darn… Sarcastic?
First of all, thanks to everyone who’s ever written us with their comments and concerns. We take this stuff seriously. I just received this comment the other day, and it brings up more topics than I can deal with in a short response. I purchased one of the 3500s and have used it several times… Continue reading Ask Jack: Using the QuickJack Car Lift with a Unibody Vehicle
Dear car enthusiasts, It’s that awkward time of year when we all go home and try to make sense out of the loving-yet-strained relationships with the people most dear to us in this world: family. We attempt put aside our differences (in some cases just let them all out in the open, to each their… Continue reading From all of us, have a Very QuickJack Thanksgiving
Even if you don’t keep the cleanest, tidiest, most picture-worthy garage space, QuickJack stores in virtually any space that you can park a car. In fact, a lot of people get into portable car lifts because of how easy they are to “make disappear” in the garage. As far as I know, QuickJack is the… Continue reading Storage Tips for QuickJack in Any Shop or Garage
I got a message on Facebook just the other day that I thought raised a great point. So great, in fact, that I think it’s worth discussing in-depth, so I composed this open letter. Here’s what the user, who I’ll just call Victor, said: I am wondering what Jack thinks about the economics [of QuickJack].… Continue reading The Economics of a QuickJack Portable Car Lift
My friends at QuickJack are always talking about how safe QuickJack really is, and rightly so. If you’ve ever wanted a “quick and dirty” reference guide to QuickJack safety, I’m here to help. Three things make QuickJack safer than jack stands: A larger surface area = more stability Wider lift points Jack stand safety pins vs.… Continue reading 3 Solid Reasons QuickJack is more Stable than Jack Stands
Hello world. It’s good to meet you. I’m Jack, your personal QuickJack assistant. I was hired by QuickJack to handle the “tough” side of business that comes with selling a butt-kicking product like QuickJack. And I mean that literally. We’ve already kicked our competitors’ butts so hard, they might need softer creepers just to handle… Continue reading An Open Letter from Jack, Your Personal QuickJack Assistant