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2-Ton Floor Jack with Stands

2-Ton Floor Jack with Stands

Item # PTW1605
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Performance Tool Automotive Tools - PTW1605

  • Floor Jack
  • Jack Stands
  • Jacks and Jack Stands
  • Performance Tool
  • 4000 lbs


Features:

  • Performance 2 Ton Trolley Jack stands feature ratchet style for easy adjustment
  • Swivel casters for easy positioning
  • Lifting device only

Specs:

  • 4,000 lb. capacity
  • Lift Range: 6"
  • Low Height: 10-3/8"
  • Max. Height: 16-3/8"

W1605 2 Ton Trolley Jack and Stand



W1605 2-Ton Floor Jack with Stands

Installation Details PTW1605 Installation instructions


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Video Transcript for Performance Tool Tools - Vehicle Tools - PTW1605 Review

Male: Today we're going to be taking a look at part number PTW1605. This is the two ton floor jack with your jack stands from Performance Tool. The jack stands are going to feature ratchet columns for easy adjustment, they're going to be made from a steel construction with an enamel finish. You'll see here that the actual stand is a nice yellow color, then the ratchet columns are going to be white in color. Once you install the ratchet column, you'll want to bend this tab in that way the column cannot come all the way out. The tab would kind of engage this raised up portion right here and that would keep the column inside the jack stand.

Just a cautionary note, when you get these, go ahead and bend that tab in to keep that column from coming all the way out. Nice design, it's got the control lever right here, with it in the down position, it's engaged those teeth, making sure it's not going to drop. We can raise it up and we can move that freely as needed. Really nice design. With it fully retracted, from the ground to the top of the saddle, we're looking at about ten and three eighths of an inch. With it all the way extended, the max height from the ground to the saddle is going to be about sixteen and three eighths of an inch.

The saddles here on the jack stands, these are going to have usable space. Measuring the length first, about two and one quarter of an inch. Then a width measurement of about one inch. When it comes to the floor jack, these are going to have swivel casters right here on this end right here, the front ones are stationary, they're fixed. The back ones do swivel 360 degrees, that way it allows for easy positioning. The wheels are cast iron for strength and durability.

It does have a carrying handle for easier transportation. It does come with a crank handle, right here. The saddle diameter on the floor jack is going to measure about one and seven eighths of an inch. It's a really simple installation. I'm going to turn it around right here so you can see it a little better. If you are wanting to raise, you would take your handle, place it into that portion there.

Make sure the groves interlock, then you can just start cranking it up. You can see how it's raising that saddle on the other end. This is going to have a lift range of five and one eighth of an inch at the lowest, to thirteen inches at the highest. When you are ready to lower that down, simply remove your handle. Right here is going to be a release valve, you place your handle over that, turn it counter clockwise, and it's going to put the saddle back in it's lowest position. When it lowers all the way, simply just go ahead and tighten back up that release valve. Then you are ready to store it, or you are ready to start over and use it again. Really nice, seamless operation, very easy to use. Again the capacity on the floor jack itself is going to be 4000 pounds. Capacity on the jack stands are going to be 4000 pounds and that's when the jack stands are used as a pair. When it comes to the floor jack, overall length from front to back is going to be about seventeen and a half inches long. The width from outer edge right here to the same point on the other side is going to measure about seven and a half inches wide. When the handle is flipped over a little bit, from the floor to the top of the handle is going to be about six and three quarters of an inch tall. Again with your jack stands at the lowest height, ten and three eighths of an inch. All the way extended, max height is going to be sixteen and three eighths of an inch. The base, this is going to measure seven inches by six and three quarters of an inch, so they don't take up too much space. Again they are very easy to use. What you would do, you would go ahead and you would raise up your vehicle using the floor jack. You want to make sure the saddle is contacting an actual lift point on the frame of the vehicle or whatever it is that you are raising. Once you get that high enough, you just slide your jack stands under. You can adjust these to the appropriate height as needed. Then simply just lower the vehicle on the saddles as long as you are a hundred percent sure that the control levers are engaged in those ratchets for safe operation. It does come with some detailed instructions, those are going to help you out with how to use this system. Again with this part number, you are going to get the two ton floor jack and you're going to get the jack stands as well as the handle. It's an overall pretty nice design, pretty nice set up. That's going to do it for today's look at part number PTW1605.

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2-Ton Floor Jack with Stands - PTW1605

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (5 Customer Reviews)


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Nice for the price.
When using the jack
to raise my mini-van, the jack would move a little because of the wheels on. Would be nice if way to mobilize the wheels when start raising the jack.

To lower the jack, need to use a flathead screwdriver to turn a component, that releases the hydraulic pressure. It takes awhile to get used to - first few times using, the release was too quick and minivan came down much more quickly than would have liked.

I've seen other jacks where lowering is much easier and simpler process than having to find a flathead screwdriver and ever so slightly turning a knob. But I imagine that comes at an extra cost.

There was some black cover on the jack that appears in the picture. When arrived it was bent and not fitting. I don't think it is an important piece, so not a big deal.

So, in the end, good product for the price. I don't jack things up too often, so good enough for me.



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Worked well



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As always etrailer delivered again with a quality product. I bought a two ton floor jack from a local
Establishment that simply did not last even though
It had very little use and still looked new. I told my friend I am ordering a floor jack from etrailer because they have good stuff. Enough said!



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