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Super S Series 8 ft. 4 in. Jack Post

  • Adjusts easily from 4 ft. 8 in. to 8 ft. 4 in.
  • Ideal for sagging floors, basement beams or a secondary support
  • Compression load range of 18000 lbs to 9100 lbs
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Product Overview

The Tiger Brand Jack Post Super "S" 8 ft. 4 in. Jack Post can adjust from 4 ft. 8 in. to 8 ft. 4 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. 8 in. - 8 ft. 4 in. adjustment range
  • Corrects sagging floors, supports basement beams, takes weight off large furniture or appliances
  • Compression load range - 18,000 lbs. - 9,100 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
  • Parts are separate, ready to be assembled

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Specifications

Dimensions

Maximum Height (In.)
100 in
Minimum Height (in.)
56.0
Product Depth (in.)
5
Product Height (in.)
100
Product Width (in.)
4.0

Details

Features
No Additional Features
Hardware Included
Hardware Included
Maximum load at maximum extension (lb.)
9400.0
Maximum load at minimum extension (lb.)
18000.0
Product Weight (lb.)
18
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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Can this be concealed in a 2x4 framed wall? Or does the wall need to be 2x6?

Asked by SDCanuck April 3, 2018
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These posts are not meant for permanent installation. You should use these to raise the problem area in question, then install a permanent support at that elevation, then remove the jack post.

I need to replace an 8' section of a load-bearing wall. I intend to use 4 of these jacks. Will these work?

Asked by Oldguy March 14, 2018
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No, you should't use these. You should properly frame support underneath the 8' section. These are not meant to be the primary structural support. This is why their installation instructions say "additional support". The only thing I can say for sure is that these posts would not fly as your primary support for load-bearing wall using the NYS Residential Building Code for what it's worth. Code Section: https://codes.iccsafe.org/content/NYSRC2020P1/chapter-6-wall-construction#NYSRC2020P1_Pt03_Ch06_SecR602

Is placement of these support posts indoors in a basement adversely affected by placement in colder/warmer months?

Asked by Marc January 1, 2018
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Tempature should have little effect. They are made of steel and will contract or expand with heat or cold but than so does your house. I dont think you will notice 1/32 of an inch.

Can this be used as a winter support post for a hardtop gazebo?

Asked by ronjocky September 22, 2020
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Hi there, yes these are very strong. A few of them supported part of my house as we were doing some serious structural work below the roof. As everything, it comes down to common sense to have them standing straight and in sufficient number, mindfully placed. No worries, these are professional scaffolding grade.

Does home depot rent these post jacks

Asked by BigMac64 October 23, 2016
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Not in my closest store

Can the height be adjusted to fit in place, or does it slot in after a separate jack has already ...

Asked by Plangus January 26, 2018
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It can be adjusted in place. It's a jackscrew kind of thing.

We had a major floor in the spring 2017 (7 feet of water in the basement) and I have a post tha...

Asked by Lilou December 14, 2017
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I recommend replacing them if they have been leaking rusty water for that long. The post structural integrity may be compromised.

I am replacing my front porch column that is damaged by water, it’s a load bearing column, the column is 10’ tall will

Asked by DIYDude August 18, 2019
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No, it doesn’t extend to 10 ft.

Is this suitable for exterior?

Asked by KayDenver September 16, 2017
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yes use flagstone under bottom and 4x4 board on top

Missouri ground shifts due to weather conditions are these jacks suitable for deck supports.

Asked by Max August 29, 2017
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NO IDEA. PROBABLY NOT

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I used two jack posts to hold up the roof of my balcony while I replaced rotted lumber including ...
I used two jack posts to hold up the roof of my balcony while I replaced rotted lumber including one vertical support post. There was never a moment I felt unsafe, as the Tiger Brand Super S Series 8' 4" jack posts worked flawlessly. The investment was definitely worth it, in terms of personal safely and in facilitating the lumber replacement.
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Used 2 to lift my sagging ceiling so I could...
Used 2 to lift my sagging ceiling so I could rebrace ceiling joist in the attic (my house is 88 years old)
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I used four jack posts to lift the front wall of my house to replace a rotten toe plate.
I used four jack posts to lift the front wall of my house to replace a rotten toe plate.
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Does as advertised & precisely levels and adjust
Does as advertised & precisely levels and adjust
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I needed to take out a wall to open up my work shop and have more usable floor space. Using 2 of...
I needed to take out a wall to open up my work shop and have more usable floor space. Using 2 of these Jack Posts made the job so easy and quick, After taking the pegboard down on both sides, I added four 2X12 12 feet long by nailing one on each side to the studs and another to each of these. Then I bolted all 4 together with 3 3.4 inch bolts.I then placed the jacks under each end of the new beam and snugged it up and then a little more. Using a reciprocal saw, I cut out the studs flush with the beam and pulled them out of the bottom wall plate. the main shop area was a one car garage and had a 2 inch drop to make it easy to wash out and there was a concrete ledge poured for the wall plate to sit. After the studs and plate were pulled out, an angle grinder with a concrete blade made it easy to cut the ledge out of the way. In less than a day, I was able to double my open work space and without the Jack Post, It would have been much more difficult and dangerous. And,the Jack Post's are there forever as the support for the wall.
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Did a great job couldn’t have done the work I...
Did a great job couldn’t have done the work I did with out them
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I bought 12 of these to hold one side of my house up while I replaced the supporting beams- which...
I bought 12 of these to hold one side of my house up while I replaced the supporting beams- which had termite damage. They worked very well. One thing I did notice is that the end plates bent a little on the ones that held a lot of weight. The plates could be thicker- but it still worked and a great product for a really good price.
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The jack post was used in conjunction with other jacks to raise a ceiling from within a house before placing a new support beam in place. I was able to raise the interior ceiling 1.5 inches where it had sagged over the years. I accomplished this with no damage to the sheet rock textured ceiling.
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Make a very useful Forewood stacking system
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Using two treated landscape timbers, two treated 8' 2x4 studs, and two cinder blocks you can make a very stable firewood stacking system that will keep your firewood off of the ground. If built out in the open, a tarp can be draped over the 2x4s to keep the rain off of your logs and still allow for air circulation to dry out your wood.
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The Jack Posts supported my concrete porch floor while replacing the foundation walls.
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