What Is a Jack Extender?
Jack extenders are devices designed to increase hydraulic jack clearance. These extenders are particularly helpful when lifting vehicles on uneven surfaces, helping prevent rolling while being lifted and helping prevent rolling while driving away from their spot.
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A jack extender is a device used to increase the height of hydraulic jacks for easier access, creating greater clearance under raised objects for increased mobility and accessibility. Easily installed on commercially available systems, they also prevent slippage of their respective jacks by keeping their locator holes and ball bearings free from friction while often printed from very durable ASA plastic for long lasting performance. Plugs may be inserted all the way into their respective jacks with modifications made so as to short out both tip and ring simultaneously for enhanced reliability.
A jack extender is an attachment designed to make floor jacks more usable. Generally attached to the lever on its handle, this device raises it to an easily manageable height and makes using your floor jack easier. Compatible with certain brands of floor jacks and made with sturdy materials for long term durability; often used by carpenters or DIY workers during large projects that involve lifting heavy items.