Discussion in 'Bay Tech Clinic' started by Tombr, May 20, 2017.
Had one of those scissor jacks in Igor but kept it & ended up selling to a member on here
Think I prefer the 2 post jack
Looks like the scissor jack only just lifts enough for a fairly stock OD tyre ?
What's your thoughts on its use/ safety?
It's rated 1000kg (bit lite on)
When put in the rear it tends to lift the whole side.
Clears the wheel off the ground about 1" in that position (will go up a little more)
was the std jack for the Brazilian kombis
still something to be wary of (chocks, hand brake and don't get under the kombi)
It is a neat fit in the compartment under the passenger seat
can't workout how to get it in the kombi
Can't see that you would have a problem making it fit but it might restrict a few activities
I'd rather an approved and legal jack. I don't know how they can sell them here.
Has anyone tried using a 4wd high lift jack ?
You can get an adapter for a T3, but I don't know about a T2.
Does it easy, no sweat, no cranking and nothing over extended, the base board is for stability if working on soft ground.
Motorised jack. Electric? You're my man Geoff. Where can I get one?
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