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Stark Air/Hydraulic Jack 22 Ton

The 22-Ton Quick Lift Air/Hydraulic Service Floor Jack has a powerful air motor to lift heavy loads. A quick lift system allows the lifting ram to come in contact with the load faster. The compact design easily fits between dual tandem axles. Ideal for li
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Features:

  • Ideal for lifting axles, farm vehicles, heavy-duty machinery, industrial equipment and more
  • Heavy Duty steel construction with sturdy handle and chrome plated ram, makes payload capability ups to 22 ton. Sprayed paint to resist rust & corrosion, adds extra durability. Suitable for home or business applications
  • 46" long handle with air controls saves effort, makes it easy to position most vehicles. Adjustable angle from 90-180 degree. One handle operating setting, easy to use. One pull of the handle activates the self-retracting 22-ton capacity ram. Includes handle lock lever
  • The long-wearing performance of this jack starts with the piston-ram. It's treated and polished to resist thinning over time and uses a Y-style polyurethane sealing ring with a backup ring
  • (2) large hard rubber tires on steel wheels, well absorb shock, resist wear and skid. Wheel diameter 8"

Specifications:

  • Color: Red
  • Material: Steel
  • Max Weight Capacity: 22-Ton (44,000 lbs)
  • Min Saddle Height: 9" Without Adapter
  • Maximum Saddle Height: 17-11/16"
  • Stroke: 4-1/2"
  • Handle Length: 46"
  • Wheel Diameter: 8"
  • Air Pressure: 90 To 145 PSI (3 HP Air Compressor Required)
  • Adjustable Angle: 90 - 180 degree
  • Saddle Extensions: 20, 25, 60, 100mm

Package Contents:

  • 22 Ton Hydraulic Floor Jack
  • Saddle Extensions Set
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