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Big Red 20 Ton Air Hydraulic Bottle Jack

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This Big Red 20 Ton Air Hydraulic Bottle Jack provides power to suit any lifting job. Use it manually or pneumatically for a variety of applications including lifting farm vehicles, heavy-duty machinery, industrial construction equipment and more. Incorporates a trigger push-button control to makes things fast and efficient, reducing lifting time. Self-retracting hydraulic cylinder ram. The small platform makes this jack easy to position under most vehicles. Easy carry handle. Unit is factory tested for reliability and safety to meet ASME Safety Standards.

  • Designed for operating either manually or pneumatically
  • Heavy-duty steel construction
  • Air hose can swivel in any direction
  • Fitted with a safety valve to prevent overloading
  • Two to piece handle allows for easy pumping
  • Extension screw gives added height when necessary
  • Double spring return
  • Rated lifting capacity 40,000 to lb
  • Lifting Range 10-1/2 in. to 20 in.
  • 9-1/2 in. Height adjustment range
  • Rated air pressure: 80 to 120 PSI
  • What's Included: One jack, one handle, & one manual
  • 2 year limited warranty

Note: This product may require up to 2 additional days for order processing prior to shipping

Specification Description
Minimum Product Height: 10-7/16 in.
Warranty: 2-Year Limited
Product Weight: 39 lb.
Brand: Torin
Capacity: 20 Tons
Type: Hydraulic
Handle Length: 17-5/8 in.
Screw Height: 3-1/8 in.
Product Type: Jacks
Stroke Size: 9-9/16 in.
Maximum Product Height: 20 in.
Manufacturer Part Number TCE31001

Wl'll this work sideways

Asked by: Anonymous
No, this item must be used upright.
Answered by: NRoberts
Date published: 2018-03-23

Can this jack be used in a horizontal position or must it be upright like most bottle jacks?

Asked by: earle
This must be used upright.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2017-06-30
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