Model # MPL6B-HUSKY

Internet #203779988

Store SKU #754902

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6-Ton Bottle Jack

$2799 /each

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Product Overview

You can use the Husky 6-Ton Bottle Jack for automotive, industrial, farming and construction. This jack has a 12000 lb. capacity and has a lifting range of 8.5 in. to 16.25 in. The base is made from heavy duty iron for strong base support. The adjustable load saddle allows the user to position the saddle exactly where you need it.

  • Heavy duty iron base
  • 8.5 in to 16.25 lifting range
  • Adjustable load saddle
  • 2-piece steel handle

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Customer Questions & Answers

Does this come in a case?

Asked by: Anon
A cardboard box, no case.
Answered by: FarmerBill
Date published: 2017-03-30

Do you twist or pump to jack it up?

Asked by: lillys1235
You insert the handle into a receptacle and pump up and down. A small amount of effort produces the six-tons of force.
Answered by: Relayman5C
Date published: 2017-03-28

will this jack work horrizonally

Asked by: casdea
Not recommended for any hydraulic jack, unless stated in the documentation.
Answered by: FarmerBill
Date published: 2017-03-30

Issues

I bought one of these never used it until months later and after just jacking a boat up it goes back down shortly after . I've never had this issue to a jack . I cant find my papers to it and the store can't help me . It jacks up but don't hold up to any weight. Anyone have this issue I have a expensive weight as it works not as a jack to hold anything up .
Asked by: Goldenclaw
Likely, you didn't tighten the plug (turn it clockwise) enough. When you tighten it, it keeps the fluid from returning to the reservoir. It will loosen up a bit with use and you might be able to turn it with your fingers.
Answered by: Relayman5C
Date published: 2017-03-28
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Customer Reviews

6-Ton Bottle Jack is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 31.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Might be man's greatest creation. It's as handy as a shirt pocket... Might be man's greatest creation. It's as handy as a shirt pocket...
Date published: 2017-02-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I initially used this jack to lift fence posts out of the ground. It worked great for that and I ... I initially used this jack to lift fence posts out of the ground. It worked great for that and I felt one time that I was using all six tons of pressure. The only thing I would change is that I'm going to attach the two pieces of the handle to make one piece. It's two pieces to fit in the box. Note: I bought this jack at Home Depot because other stores did not carry them in the store.
Date published: 2017-03-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Used this jack to lift the rear end of a small tractor to swap back tires. It did not lift the w... Used this jack to lift the rear end of a small tractor to swap back tires. It did not lift the whole 8.5", just 5". Needed to have the air released inside the jack and there were conflicting instructions about how to do this along with the jack. Wish it would have worked right when new.
Date published: 2017-03-30
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I bought this to jack up and level my shed. It worked well. Very powerful. I ruined it when I o... I bought this to jack up and level my shed. It worked well. Very powerful. I ruined it when I over-loosened the release valve and all of the oil came out. That was obviously my fault. So I bought a second one and because of my previous mistake was super-careful to only loosen it as much as in the instruction manual. However, after just a few uses it stopped jacking (would pump up and then immediately fall back down.) HD said there is a one year warranty so I am going to return and probably try another brand.
Date published: 2017-04-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from If you buy a Husky bottle jack, open the box and make sure it works BEFORE you leave the store. I... If you buy a Husky bottle jack, open the box and make sure it works BEFORE you leave the store. I bought the 6-ton jack at a Home Depot store 50 miles from my house. It would not even lift a 20 pound work bench. I tried the purging technique mentioned in the instructions for 2 hours without luck. I returned it and bought a different brand. But over 4 hours total of wasted travel and work time over a $27 jack burns me up.
Date published: 2017-06-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I bought this jack to change a tire on my wife's SUV. Unfortunately it did not have enough cleara... I bought this jack to change a tire on my wife's SUV. Unfortunately it did not have enough clearance to get it off the ground without placing something under the jack itself. Had I needed this jack out on the road somewhere, I could not have used it. Incidentally, the SUV has not been lifted. I returned it for this reason. Otherwise it worked quite well.
Date published: 2017-03-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good all purpose jack The jack works fine, but the handle wasn't made properly. The two pieces are suposed to lock together, so I put the pieces together and tack welded them to make one handle. If you don't weld or know someone that does, you can put them together, drill and put a bolt through them.
Date published: 2017-01-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not sure how many will see this and maybe it's common knowledge, but do not rely on these jacks t... Not sure how many will see this and maybe it's common knowledge, but do not rely on these jacks to hold a load. It says in the instructions that they don't hold indefinitely, but it's in small print, and do you really sit down with the instructions for a jack? An i-phone maybe, but if you're like me I broke them out and went to work. In my case I was using six of them in tandem to lift the side of a two-story 102 year old building off a rotted sill plate and they did the job. Rated at 6 tons each that's a load capacity of over 70,000 pounds, nothing to sneeze at. But I did a trial run, jacked them up, and then left for the day. When I came back the next day 4 of the 6 had deflated, and the release valves were screwed down tight. The solution is to use cribbing. Jack up your load and then set cribbing to hold it. I wanted to post something because especially if you're using them the way I did to support some serious weight you want to be careful not to get hurt. Employ stout cribbing to support your load once up and hopefully you'll be fine.
Date published: 2017-06-20
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