KNOW YOUR JACK
Fig. 3 illustration
with your jack
to become familiar with
the location of various jack components.
Magnetic Tool Tray
remove to access Air Vent Valve)
Air Vent Valve (located
beneath Tool Tray)
-'ront Roller °
• With release valve closed, an upward
stroke of the jack handle draws oil from
the reservoir tank into the plunger cavity.
holds the valve
closed, which keeps the oil in the plunger
• A downward
stroke of the jack handle
releases oil into the cylinder, which
forces the ram out. This raises the
saddle. (NOTE: To avoid damage
cylinder it the load exceeds the rated
capacity of the jack, oil is automatically
released back into the reservoir through
the safety overload
When the ram reaches maximum
extension, oil is bypassed
back into the
reservoir to prevent an over-extended
ram stroke and possible damage to the
Opening the release valve allows oil to
flow back into the reservoir. This releases
hydraulic pressure on the ram, which
results in lowering
HOW TO USE YOUR JACK
RAISING THE JACK
• Chock the vehicle wheels with
devices to prevent vehicle
from moving and to ensure lifting stability.
Close the release valve by turning the
jack handle clockwise
until tight. (see Fig.
• Refer to the vehicle manufacturer's
owner's manual to locate approved
points on the vehicle. Position jack so
that the saddle (see Fig. 3) is centered
under the load at an appropriate
• Pump jack handle until saddle ALMOST
contacts the vehicle. Check to see that
the saddle is centered and will contact
the load lifting point firmly.
• Continue to pump the jack handle to lift
the vehicle to the desired height. After
lifting, support the load with appropriately
rated vehicle support stands BEFORE
working on the vehicle.
• SLOWLY open the release valve by
turning the handle counterclockwise.
Never more than 1/2 turns.
Keep hands and feet clear of
the jack hinge mechanism
contact area when lowering
Rated Capacity: 2 Ton/4000
27-3/4" x 12-1/8" x 6-1/4"
Lifting Range: 3-3/4" - 18-1/2" (Approx.)
Net Weight: 42.5 Ibs. (Approx.)