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Super S 7 ft. 9 in. Jack Post

  • Corrects sagging floors, decks and offers secondary support
  • Handles compression load up to 18,000 lbs.
  • Easily adapts steel nut to a 3/4 in. open-end/adjustable wrench
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Product Overview

The Tiger Brand Jack Post Super S 7 ft. 9 in. Jack Post can adjust from a 4 ft. 6 in. to 7 ft. 9 in. It has a compression load range of 18,000 lbs. at its lowest setting and 9,100 lbs. at its highest setting. It is ideal for correcting sagging floors and basement beams and providing secondary support for room additions, remodeling projects, porches and decks.
  • Strong galvanized plates
  • 4 ft. 6 in. to 7 ft. 9 in. adjustment range
  • Corrects sagging floors, supports basement beams, takes weight off large furniture or appliances
  • Compression load range - 18,000 lbs. to 11,350 lbs.
  • Double carriage bolts and nuts
  • Flush adjusting steel nut with self-centering pilot into the tube
  • Positive locating holes
  • Adjusts easily with a 3/4 in. open-end or adjustable wrench

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Maximum Height (In.)16100 in93 in
Minimum Height (in.)1956.054.0
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Specifications

Dimensions

Maximum Height (In.)
93 in
Minimum Height (in.)
54.0
Product Depth (in.)
3
Product Height (in.)
93
Product Width (in.)
4

Details

Features
No Additional Features
Hardware Included
Hardware Included
Maximum load at maximum extension (lb.)
11350.0
Maximum load at minimum extension (lb.)
18000.0
Product Weight (lb.)
16
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Tiger Brand Jack Post Limited Warranty; warrants to the original purchaser that its products are free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and service for one year from the date of purchase.

Questions & Answers

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What is the min highth

Asked by Dave October 22, 2020
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4'-6" is the min. height per the website.

What gauge steel are these Jack Posts?

Asked by Schwank April 29, 2020
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15.GA

What country are these manufactured in?

Asked by NONE April 16, 2020
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The manufacturer's website states they are made in USA.

can i use 4 to be used for a free standing 8 x 12 x8 foot for raised garage storage

Asked by harold January 24, 2020
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I wouldn't try that, the wind would take the roof off and there is no bracing to keep the posts square to the roof and ground.

what is minimum length?

Asked by snoshoe62 January 15, 2020
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4'6"

How much of the available height adjustment is the screw, and how much is done by selecting which...

Asked by CosmicJay January 6, 2020
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The Bolt holes provide for gross adjustments in about 4 inch increments. By raising, lowering or rotating 1/4 turn you can align the two sets of perpendicular holes at various heights. The Screw has about 7 inches of threads which give the ability to fine tune the length within about a 6 inch range once the pole segments have been adjusted and bolted together. For my application, the adjustments worked perfectly.

Can the screw part of the height adjustment be done under load? I estimate the load I want to lif...

Asked by CosmicJay January 6, 2020
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Yes to a Point.

What are the foot plate dimensions on the Tiger Brand Super S 7ft. 9 in Jack Post?

Asked by Sela November 9, 2019
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They are 5 x 4 inches. The bolt holes are slotted and are 3.5 x 2.25 on Center

Is it moveable? Can it raise and lower to use for porch column replacement instead of floor jack and 4x4 beam?

Asked by OMG September 23, 2019
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Yes. I used them to replace the posts in my basement. Just don't exceed the weight limit of the post.

Can this be used to replace a missing wooden brace in the attic (attic floor to ceiling brace)? I...

Asked by Nick June 22, 2019
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It would depend on the floor framing. If you are placing it where the floor framing is over or close to a wall underneath it or the framing is strong enough to not bow the ceiling underneath it down you would likely be ok. Without seeing your situation I couldn't say for sure but it sounds like an overkill even if the flooring will support the jack under the pressure used to push your ceiling brace back up. It sounds like regular 2x framing lumber would be more appropriate.

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Removed studs and drywall in basement, but kept the ceiling...
Removed studs and drywall in basement, but kept the ceiling . Used 8 of these to support ceiling, which worked great - easy to adjust. Excellent remedy! Very Happy!
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These jack posts were just the ticket! I needed to place a temporary beam in my kitchen so I coul...
These jack posts were just the ticket! I needed to place a temporary beam in my kitchen so I could repair some water damaged joists in the Kitchen Ceiling. After looking around and comparing what was available I found these at about a quarter of the price as the competitions. They were easy to assemble and get placed and are holding the joists in place nicely while I work on the floor above.
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I purchased 5 of these Jack Posts. Doing a repair on my basement, I had 1 26 ft. wall that had b...
I purchased 5 of these Jack Posts. Doing a repair on my basement, I had 1 26 ft. wall that had buckled and was being supported by the stairs. My mason assisted us to open several holes in the wall and support the weight of the house with 4x4's and the jack posts. Now the wall is out and is supported partially with these posts. The wall will go back in yet this month. They worked quite well and were adjustable to the height needed at the time.
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Easy to assemble, works great.
Easy to assemble, works great.
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The Tiger Brand Jack Post were very reasonable in cost and provided the support required to get t...
The Tiger Brand Jack Post were very reasonable in cost and provided the support required to get the job done. The original/existing cross beam and support to the upper floor joist had deteriorated and required replacement. The Tiger Brand Jack Post were very easy to install and adjust in height to support the new 4"X4" cross beam. Nothing to dislike about this product. Just installed this product. This product exceeded expectations.
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easy to use my one improvement would be to have the top and bottom plates secure to the post, h...
easy to use my one improvement would be to have the top and bottom plates secure to the post, had to have someone hold those in while tightening up the threads
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I would have liked the top and bottom plate to be a little heavier gauge and the bottom plate to ...
I would have liked the top and bottom plate to be a little heavier gauge and the bottom plate to have attached better. But, overall, I really liked the product. I have plans to install two more jacks, and I intend to use the Tiger brand again.
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Extremely easy to adjust and install. Great value for little cost. The original jack post (inst...
Extremely easy to adjust and install. Great value for little cost. The original jack post (installed in 1984) in our garage rusted out from the inside out and failed. I quickly purchased 3 new posts from Home Depot, replaced the old and installed all three for additional support at a cost of $150. Total purchase and repairs were completed in the same day in just 2 hours.
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Mind you this stays in place most of the time, forever. A bit pricey. First, adjuster holes are on the larger outside tube (never seen that before) not as depicted on box. Second, material of tube and plate is scary thin, where factory punched out adjuster holes the tube is bulged all around. Third, the threaded pin bolt (not carriage) is smaller in diameter than punched holes and you need a pipe wrench to hold round head while a crescent wrench tightens nut. Forth they pressed flat spots in the adjuster screw that you will have to have a 3/4" open end wrench handy (no pin rod through a hole). Fifth the base and top plates are very thin. I watched video on the use and not understanding why you would put the screw on the bottom (no control to hold it from tipping and falling and rust the threads from floor moisture), video discussed it was stronger to put it in upside down, It's the same weight either way. No way would I put 18,000 lbs on the smallest adjustment. Engineering nightmare. Pretty looking when all done, wallet is a lot lighter too. 3 different wrenches, a level and a step stool are needed.
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