How do you choose the best hydraulic car jack? The solid steel saddle may cause dents to your car while lifting. This Arcan jack tackles that challenge with an aluminum body, making it much lighter than other jacks and still strong enough to lift two tons of weight - enough to get a compact or mid-size car safely off the ground.

Never perform repairs under a car that's only supported by a floor jack. It delivers on all the things that are most important when it comes to lifting larger and higher vehicles. With 8 to 10-inches under the chassis, you may be of the mindset that a floor jack would be a waste of money, but this could not be further from the truth.

In fact, there are a few really useful accessories for floor jacks that enhance their capabilities. Arcan XL2T is a complete efficient floor jack that is made for low profile cars. It's worth mentioning that a trolley jack (or any kind of hydraulic jack) is designed to lift the vehicle only - not hold it for any significant amount of time.

A word of warning for motorcycle floor jacks - the bike isn't going to be very stable, and you should find a way to stabilize it using tow lines, jack stands, wood, or something else if possible. Use of jacks not designed for a specific vehicle requires more than the usual care in selecting ground conditions, the jacking point on a vehicle, and to ensure stability when the jack is extended.

It's not just easier on the arms; you'll also have more time to notice problems - like the jack slipping or the car over-balancing. When in the locked position, the jack can lift 3.5 tons of weight, which is a huge amount, so it'll more than likely be able to meet your needs.

The machine is capable of lifting 22 tons of load. This is the type of jack that vehicle manufacturers already include in their cars. This floor jack comes with a knurled aluminum handle, designed to let you have a sure grip and it comes equipped with foam bumper that is meant to prevent the possible damage to the vehicle.

This one uses a pump arm, hydraulics or air compression to raise vehicles and access the undercarriage easily. The #1 selling Powerzone is a 3-ton aluminum and steel floor jack that would look great in anyone's garage. In addition to the low weight it is so small, with such a low profile; it will easily get under pretty much any car no matter the clearance.