Today: $286.99
Out of Stock

Read All Reviews for ALJ2T Hydraulic Floor Jack

5 Stars
4 Stars
3 Stars
2 Stars
1 Stars

Filter:

All Ratings

Disclosures & Guidelines
Sort By:
Most Recent
  • Rating: High-Low
  • Rating: Low-High
  • Most Helpful
  • Most Recent
  • Solid Jack Value
    Verified Purchase

    Jacks are sort of a crap shoot these days. You typically get what you pay for. When it comes to safety, one shouldn't skimp. Cheap jacks can damage your property or worse- yourself. That said, some top quality jacks are crazy expensive. This jack is an excellent compromise in quality vs. cost. I use this jack around my personal home garage and also away from home at the racetrack for my ~2500 lb sportscar. It is PERFECTLY suited for that duty. Sturdy enough to handle heavy loads and work properly. Light enough to be able to load it into a vehicle for travel and move it around on not perfectly smooth surfaces The low profile nose works great and can get under low vehicles.. I also wanted a jack with two separate front wheels for good support and roll-ability. Not like those cheap alloy jacks with the single "rolling pin" type front wheel. The twin cylinder pumps do a great job of lifting the saddle quickly and raising a load quickly w/out having to pump a bunch of times. Jack is plenty sturdy in my opinion because it is a combination of heavy gauge steel and aluminum alloy. But it's not overly heavy, which is great. I was looking for a solid jack that can handle hard work, but is not hundreds of pounds. This jack meets that goal well. I'm not saying it's lightweight. But it is a manageable weight if you have to pick it up and load it into a car or trailer.

    Read More
    ktl95 January 17, 2013
  • Buyer beware

    Product failed after a few uses. Called Larin and was told that the unit was designed as a lift and release device. In essence it is not set up as a floor jack, and must be used to raise the vehicle and block or jack stand the vehicle. If you don't the weak collar in the main cylinder will fail and cause the jack to come down unexpectedly. Just imagine if you are under the car replacing an oil filter. You get lured in by the rugged appearance of the unit but being unaware of the dangerous flaw could lead to being crushed. There is no fix for the unit once this happens, since it is out of production and they have made a poor business decision to clear all spare parts. Look for a real floor jack and stay away from this deathtrap.

    Read More
    troubador October 29, 2012
  • Beautiful and utilitarian!
    Verified Purchase

    I'm a 21 year old DIY home mechanic. I've got enough experience to know what I want in a floor jack and so far this is a great jack. Reaches very low and lifts pretty high. AND it looks beautiful doing it. I would definitely recommend this jack to all my mechanic friends.

    Read More
    naranjocharlie117 September 12, 2012
  • Great product
    Verified Purchase

    I have used this to replace two sets of tires and it worked great. It is a lot lighter than the steel one which I saw at ****.

    Read More
    chris50 March 2, 2011
Sponsored Links