|Base Length (in.)||6.4||Base Width (in.)||5.6|
|Collapsed height (in.)||7.48||Handle Length (in.)||43|
|Product Depth (in.)||6.5 in||Product Height (in.)||10 in|
|Product Width (in.)||6 in|
|Features||Rust Resistant, Water Resistant||General Part Type||Bottle Jack|
|Maximum Lift Height (in.)||14 in||Mechanism type||Mechanical|
|Minimum Lift Height (in.)||14||Product Weight (lb.)||18.05 lb|
|Returnable||90-Day||Saddle Diameter (in.)||0|
|Weight Capacity (lb.)||40000 lb|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 Year|
A: Yes I lifted a corner of a 100 ton crusher with this
A: It will lift 20 tons. The issue is knowing how much weight you are lifting and also having cribbing cut and ready to stack to capture progress if it fails. Cribbing is usually 4x4 pressure treated cut in 24” long pieces you stack in a square pattern with smaller shims to capture any gap as you raise it. You can google it or YouTube it. If you’re trying to level a trailer house then it should work as long as you have a stable base below the jack with either 3/4” plywood or something solid to distribute the weight of the jack and load.
A: Yes it can—rated at 80K lbs
A: 5 good perfect
A: First of all, when I received this jack, shipped from Home Depot to my home, it was mostly destroyed and was missing the jack handle. It appeared as if it had been used and repackaged, then sold to me as new. Home Depot was unaccommodating and almost hostile about returning it, telling me that I had no option other than to return it to the store. Of course, Home Depot was entirely out of stock and could not replace the item. With no other options at the time, I bought the comparable Home Depot brand, which I didn't really want because it was so much taller. I did use the jack to lift a portion of a house. I put a quarter inch thick 5 inch x 5 inch plate of steel on top to distribute the load. I also used a supplementary screw jack post in case the hydraulic jack failed. Furthermore, I put a 6x6 post in place temporarily so that if my jacks did fail, I would have some chance of survival if the house suddenly collapsed while I was standing under it.
A: Just guessing, but I'd think you'd probably need more than one of these to lift the house evenly, depending on how much leveling is needed.
A: The bottle diameter is 4.5" or 115mm.