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A: Probably 1/4 inch or a little bigger. Although I'm not sure how much they can hold? These are wicked heavy, much heavier than I thought. My best guess is 175lbs each! It's a lot to hang in brick.
A: Just use a peg with a spax screw that fits, because I fixed the hanger in a way that they still have contact to the ground and there is almost no torque on the screws. Do not let the Quick Jack hang with its full weight on the mount ! Jaytee
A: first I personally wouldn't bolt them concrete block unless the block is filled with concrete. size for that would be 5/16 or 3/8 inch and a half long and make sure you put them in the center of the block or eventually they will start rounding the hole and later end up doing all over.
A: The correct height is enough to leave the bottoms of the lift on the floor. I believe it was 71.5 inches for mine but I have the 5000 unit.
A: The quickjack is quite heavy. If you are strong enough to mount the jacks up high, good luck lifting the quickjack to engage the hook. I have mine mounted so they cannot fall over, enough that they catch the lip of the hook and yet I don't have to lift them very high.
A: I mounted my hangers at a height where my Quick Jack actually just rests on the floor of my garage. I made sure I caught a stud for each hanger.
A: I think they forgot a couple zeros. Mine work well. No issues. Strong and well made.
A: Will handle twice the weight or 150lbs...
A: Wall hangers weight about 2 1/2 lbs each. They can hold all models of QJ
A: Specs page is not accurate. Designed and built by Quickjack to hold their lift arms.
A: 4" Inches... Just measured.. PWeber at BendPak/QuickJack