Specifications & Dimensions
|Dimensions and Capacity:|
|Overall Dimensions:||28" x 13" x 7"|
|General Warranty:||1 Year Factory Warranty|
|Item Weight (lbs.):||58|
|Lift & Jack Type:||Floor jacks|
|Maximum Height (in.):||18|
|Minimum Height (in.):||3.87|
|Quantity in Set:||1|
|Wheels & Tires:|
|Locking Casters or Wheels:||No|
|Wheels or Casters:||Yes|
|Materials & Finish:|
Ratings & Reviews
2-ton Aluminum Jack Delivers Great Lift at Home or in the Shop
If you're looking for stable lifting power, the Craftsman 2-ton aluminum jack won't let you down. Designed for use at home or a repair shop, the Craftsman jack delivers the lifting capacity you need to get the job done. It can handle any vehicle up to 2 tons, or 4,000 pounds with a lifting range of 3.87 inches to 18 inches.
Whether you're a professional mechanic or a do-it-yourselfer, the 2-ton aluminum jack has what it takes to make any mechanic's job easier. This aluminum jack is strong, durable and dependable. Its compact design allows use in confined spaces. The saddle is designed to make firm contact with the vehicle lifting point. It features an overload valve bypass system to prevent jack damage and user injury. This hardworking jack is solid addition to any garage or shop.
- The Craftsman 2-ton aluminum jack is designed for home or shop use
- It features a 2-ton (4,000 pound) maximum load capacity
- The jack has all the clearance you need for most jobs
- Its lifting range is 3.87 inches to 18 inches
- It has a compact design that allows use in tight spaces
- Jack's saddle firmly contacts vehicle lifting points
- To prevent jack damage and user injury, the jack features an valve bypass system
- Overload system goes into effect if the jack is overloaded
- Perfect for professional mechanics and accomplished do-it-yourselfers alike
Added on June 05, 2013
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Most Helpful Reviews
I already had plenty of jacks at home but I saw this jack on sale for $80.00 while walking around sears so I figured I would get it. Got it home and tested it out against my 2 ton ************** aluminum jack. This jacks works but the ************** one is much better. This jack has to much play in handle (approx. 1 foot of free swing) before it hits the pistons to start lifting (HF jack engages immediately). Handle does not stop at vertical, goes past vertical, making it a little more difficult when pushing it around (HF jack handle stops straight up and down).It works, but if you want a more user friendly jack get the ************** one, you will be much happier.
I bought this jack thinking I was getting a quality tool from Craftsman, but after about three or four uses in two years it puked the oil seals. It sits in my shop leaking oil continually now and I have little to no real lift power. It will make a great boat anchor for the $180...I might need to buy a cheaper one I can rebuild instead of throwing away.
You just got to love Craftsman!!!! Good American brand, great quality. Lifts my SUV easily, that's why I went with the two ton. Rolls nice and easy, lighter than the all steel jacks. Thank you Sears.
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I bought this jack over a year, used maybe 4 times and since the first one it was licking a little bit. know it doesn't lift at all, I went to sears and they do not repair it. so I have a huge pice of trash. I thought this jack will last. Buy something else!
I purchased an earlier version of this jack a few years ago, item number 950239, a 4000 pound capacity aluminum jack. It remained in its original box until a few months ago, when I finally used it - it's still in new condition. I used it ONCE, and after a few lifts, it failed to lift any more. I tried bleeding it (its oil reservoir is full), but it no longer works. You can decide for yourself if you want to spend your money on equipment like this. I can't be too critical of Sears; I bought tires there with which I am entirely happy, including the quality and price, but some of their products leave something to be desired. The appearance and finish of my jack is extremely nice, it just doesn't work. I'm hoping that maybe the overload valve is stuck, and a cleaning will fix the problem, but Sears doesn't even provide an exploded detailed parts diagram to help, so I'm on my own. I think Sears' official stand is that the jack can't be repaired, but that's what tools are for.
One wheel fell off in the first week due to a bent e-clip. I bought an e-clip and reinstalled it. The clips I bought at the hardware store are standard, and much thicker than those originally installed on the jack. Started leaking 6 months after I had it, now a bit over a year and it will no longer lift, AND there are no repair parts available other than the "Power Unit" for $225. A $225 fix for a $180 jack? Time to stop buying craftsman. Find another jack, don't waste your money on one that is not serviceable.
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