MYCHANIC Debuts New Tools at AAPEX

November 16, 2016

MYCHANIC Debuts New Tools at AAPEX

Tech Shop Magazine

Visitors to MYCHANIC's AAPEX booth are getting a sneak peek at five of the company’s new products, including the Low Profile 2T Hybrid Floor Jack.

When you need a lot of muscle with a soft touch, look no further than the MYCHANIC Floor Jack, says the company. The padded saddle keeps your hot rod scuff-free and the adjustable saddle heights span from 3″ up to 18″.

The Floor Jack provides:

  • Lifting power up to 4,400 lbs. with overload protection;
  • Saddle heights of 3.5″ to 18.125″ means you can raise your ride as much or as little as you need;
  • Padded saddle, front bumper and lift handle prevent scuffs and scratches;
  • Dual parallel pump system lifts quickly and easily; and
  • Urethane co-mold front wheels for easy maneuvering over floor cracks.
  • Aluminum side plates for light weight design
  • Steel lift arm provides additional strength and durability
  • Front rubber handle for easy carrying
  • Big casters for smooth moving
  • Overload safety valves prevent use beyond rated weight capacity

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