Model # T92007A

Internet #100595081

Big Red 20-Ton Low-Profile Bottle Jack

Big Red

20-Ton Low-Profile Bottle Jack

  • Made from heavy duty steel to ensure long lasting functionality
  • Can raise up to 40,000 lbs. 11 in.
  • Large base promotes safety by adding increased stability
$38.79 /each

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Product Overview

The Big Red 20-Ton Stubby Bottle Jack can lift some of the heaviest loads. Use this jack to raise as much as 40,000 lb. to a maximum height of nearly 11 in. It sits on a large base for stability.

  • Lifting range from 6-5/8 in. to 10-7/8 in.
  • Ideal for auto and agriculture repair shops, loading docks, warehouses and factory floors
  • Constructed of heavy duty steel for strength and durability
  • Chrome cylinder for smooth lift
  • Heat-treated extension screw allows 1-1/4 in. adjustment
  • Serrated heat treated saddle provides generous lifting area and secure grip
  • Wide, rugged base provides stability and strength
  • Critical stress points are reinforced for added durability and dependability
  • Fitted with safety valve to prevent overloading




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Customer Questions & Answers

out side my home posts have fallen from foundation need to no if this jack can lift and stay outside.

Asked by: sweetpea26
I would not leave this jack outside for a long period of time because of rust.
Answered by: PKH
Date published: 2017-03-23

can I use 2 pier supports under jack to lift house

I have a 50 year old house. It has settled about an inch in center. Structural engineer said to put two jacks on either side of main support beam. The crawl space is 30 inches. What can I use to put under the 20 ton low profile bottle jack since it is only 11 inches.
Asked by: Beth
In your case a taller jack is required. also use 4X4 lumber on the ground in a staggered pattern to get the bigger jacks set properly to do the lift. place a large sized 2X12 over the 4X4 lumber. then jack up the house slightly on each jack till you can put in the steel spacers. being 30 inches hard to find a screw jack which is best when lifting the house beams. reason is a gradual lift is best over a few weeks to get to the height you need. this type jack will not hold lift over time they all leak down !!!!
Answered by: jcat
Date published: 2017-03-23

One of the pictures shows a steel plate that the bottle nose fits into for a more stable lift. Is this included or can be bought as an accessory?

Going to be lifting a floor and am concerned with the nose digging into the beams versus lifting the house. I had planned on purchasing some plate steel, but the plates in the picture look like the ticket.
Asked by: Tony
I didn't get the plate with my purchase. I did go to a local machine shop and buy 3/8' x 3" x 6" steel plate to use with the jacks I purchased. MORE than enough strength in the metal to lift the joists and main-beam of my house with no flex on the steel and no damage to the wood.
Answered by: DVM
Date published: 2017-02-15

How Long Is The Warranty?

This is for personal use, not for daily work use, so 90 days seems pretty low. I'll probably only use it once during those 90 days
Asked by: Cuppy68
Dear Customer, Our Torin warranty Is good for one year only with copy of the receipt we can supply you with basic parts you may need, Thank You Very Much (:
Answered by: Torin Jacks, Inc
Date published: 2017-02-24
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Customer Reviews

20-Ton Low-Profile Bottle Jack is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 47.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Definitely did the job! We had to jack up a rental mobile home to level it. Only thing to ma... Definitely did the job! We had to jack up a rental mobile home to level it. Only thing to make it better would have been to have TWO. If we have to do this to another property, we'll buy a second one.
Date published: 2016-12-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I needed the tonnage to lift the barn and it gave it to me. The small profile is an added advanta... I needed the tonnage to lift the barn and it gave it to me. The small profile is an added advantage to under the flooring areas. Thank you. Now let me go to work. Overall rating of zero to ten; 9.5.
Date published: 2017-02-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I have used this jack a limited amount of times, but it has shown no leakage and is still sealed ... I have used this jack a limited amount of times, but it has shown no leakage and is still sealed tight.
Date published: 2016-12-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Nice Jack I needed a short strong jack and this one is perfect.
Date published: 2016-09-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from exactly what I needed exactly what I needed
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Needed Muscle I purchased 3 of these bottle jacks to raise a sagging 100 yr old house. Center load bearing wall needed raising 2" and when placed on top of 7" dia. heavy gauge steel pipe w/ 1/2" flanges, they raised it with ease. Doing this kind of work is dangerous so I take my time and raise slowly. It helps to have heavy duty jack posts to assist me as I move down the beam. Walls above floor joists are also supported by jack posts and raised at the same time. If your looking at these jacks for house raising you'll love them., just make sure you have enough of them and a solid base and you'll be fine.
Date published: 2013-07-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Big Red I tried to put shots of these jacks in action, but review wouldn't accept due to size? Unfortunate, anyways, 4 jacks put through their paces. Two story, 100 years of age, sagging structure, cramped space and it went up like a charm. Slow controlled lift all 4 in unison, performed flawlessly. Power to burn, great short profile, not one problem, even the shipping was incredibly fast. These work and work beautifully. The cost is effective and performance was outstanding. Look no further, for a serious job these are the answer, just fabricate appropriate jack plates to disperse your lift pressure and up she goes. Buy 'em!
Date published: 2016-04-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very nice bottle jack for the price. Solid built and great for the project DIYer Bought 6 of these jacks to do a floor lift project. First jack out the box drifted real bad but I remembered from another review to do a post shipping bleed on it. So I opened the valve, gave about 10 strokes to the pump to bleed down side air. Then I closed the valve and pumped the jack up to full stroke ( about 10 extra pumps after reaching full stroke resistance. opened valve and pushed piston down to full low position. Worked like a champ with only .006 drift on a 8 ton load in 5 days. ( yes I put a dial indicator on it) I think some jack have been returned in error because this post ship bleed down was not done. oh by the way, about 2 weeks after use I read the manual and low and behold .... right there ..... post ship bleed warning. When in a tight crawl space , you want a quality jack supporting the load and protecting your life.
Date published: 2014-03-04
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