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Lo-Pro® Floor Jack Compact Low Profile Billet Aluminum Jack

Lo-Pro® Floor Jack Compact Low Profile Billet Aluminum Jack

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Lo-Pro® Compact Low Profile Billet Aluminum Jack

Minimal clearance is no problem with our Lo-Pro® Low Profile Billet Jack. Designed to lift most low profile vehicles such as street rods, race cars or classic cars this jack measures 1" high and has been tested up to 2,000lbs. The padded saddle cushion prevents slipping or scratching. Raises to a height of 6.5" with a standard 7/16" socket. Compact and convenient, it’s easily tucked into your classic rod or stashed for use in the garage or workshop. Measures 13.25” x 4.75” x 1”. 

Maintain your low-profile vehicle with the right tools. A standard floor jack may not be suited for your low-profile ride, so shop for a Lo-Pro floor jack and other car tools for sale at California Car Cover. Enjoy efficient maintenance and long-lasting quality when you choose the right tool for the job.

What Is a Low Profile Floor Jack?

A low-profile jack is designed to fit under a vehicle with reduced clearance. Standard jacks can’t go low enough and may scrape the sides of your vehicle’s body or not fit at all. Specialized floor jacks are required for convenient, safe lifting of a vehicle that has been lowered or a classic car that rides low to the ground.

Just like a standard floor jack, you need to use care when using a low-profile option. Lifting any vehicle any amount can be dangerous, so be sure you’re properly lifting and supporting your low rod before you get to work.

What Is the Best Low Profile Floor Jack?

Not all jacks are built the same. For some companies, low profile also means low lift weight. Don’t settle for an inconvenient or ineffective jack for your classic vehicle or lowered ride. Here are a few reasons why the Lo-Pro floor jack is your premier option for low-riding vehicle maintenance.

A lift capacity of up to 2,000 pounds is plenty for your low rod. Many compact jacks don’t have this kind of lift power, so they won’t offer the safety or convenience of this premium option.

How Do You Use a Low Profile Floor Jack?

The basic technique for using this floor jack is the same as any standard jack. The most important factor is finding a safe place to place your jack under your vehicle. Improper jack use for low rods and any other vehicle is essential to avoid damaging your car, your jack or causing injury.

Once you’ve found the right place to lift your car, use a standard 7/16th-inch socket to adjust the jack. This can be done with an electric drill or a manual socket wrench. Lift your low rod up to a maximum height of 6.5 inches. Swap out a tire, brake pad or take a look at the undercarriage of your low rod. Once you’re done, carefully lower your low-profile floor jack and remove it when it’s safe to do so. Enjoy convenient storage of your compact jack when you’re in between projects on your favorite vehicle.

Minimal clearance is no problem with our Low Profile Billet Aluminum Scissor Jack. Designed to lift most any low street rods or classic cars this jack measures 1" high and has been tested up to 2,000lbs. Raises to a height of 6.5" with a standard 7/16" socket (not included). Our low profile billet aluminum jack is compact, convenient, and easily tucks into your vehicle or garage for easy storage while using minimal space.

Jack measures 1" high at the saddle and has been tested up to 2,000lbs. Dimensions are 13.25" x 1" tall at the frame x 4.75" wide when folded and in it's pouch.  Weighs 6.1 pounds.

Low riders are often considered the peak of auto aesthetics, and it's no wonder why. When you see a car riding close to the ground, it grabs your attention and is undeniably impressive. Classic cars and altered lowriders come with a few functional challenges, though. An auto with low clearance might be difficult to work on and require additional equipment. Luckily, a low profile scissor jack can solve this problem and grant you easy access to the undercarriage of even the lowest cars. Its heavy duty aluminum construction is compact yet durable to ensure it is easy to maneuver and safe to use for professional mechanics and personal auto enthusiasts alike.

Convenient and Functional for Low Rods

Low rods require special tools, and the first one you will need is a specialized billet jack designed for cars with low clearance. This aluminum scissor jack is easily stored due to its compact shape and size. In addition to its convenience, the compact scissor jack boasts superior functionality. Lift up to 2,000 pounds with the 6.5" high body, and rest easy knowing that its safety features prevent over-pumping and overloading. Your classic car or lowrider will be in good hands when you use this jack for all of your mechanical and maintenance needs.

Why Does the Jack Matter? 

Using the wrong jack when you work on your car can damage its undercarriage and put you at risk. If the jack you use is too small or intended for another use, your car can roll or the jack can tip, and the consequences will be serious. The quality of the jack matters, too. One that is made from a heavy duty material such as aluminum is likely to last longer. Invest in the right flat scissor jack for your car and prevent your car from getting damaged, or worse, your body being injured.