Scissors Jack 1.5T

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A scissors jack is a mechanical device used for lifting heavy loads, typically in the context of automotive maintenance or other applications where a compact and portable lifting mechanism is needed. It consists of two crossed metal arms, resembling a pair of scissors, connected at a pivot point. As the jack is turned or operated, the arms open and close in a scissor-like fashion, allowing for vertical movement to raise or lower the load. Scissors jacks are commonly found in vehicles as a compact and convenient tool for lifting a portion of the vehicle off the ground for tasks such as tire changes or repairs.

1. Material: Q235 steel
2. Max Height: 380mm
3. Min. Height: 105mm
4. Packed by color box



  1. Tire Changes: One of the most common uses of a scissors jack is for changing tires. The jack can be placed under the vehicle to lift it, providing the necessary space to remove and replace a flat or damaged tire.
  2. Routine Maintenance: Scissors jacks are useful for lifting a portion of a vehicle, making it easier to perform routine maintenance tasks such as oil changes, brake inspections, or other undercarriage work.
  3. Emergency Repairs: In case of a breakdown or emergency, a scissors jack can be used to lift the vehicle for quick repairs. This is especially useful in situations where access to professional services may be limited.
  4. Loading and Unloading: Scissors jacks can be used to lift trailers or other heavy loads for easier loading and unloading. This is particularly helpful for situations where the load needs to be elevated temporarily.
  5. Stabilizing Structures: In construction or other applications, scissors jacks can be used to stabilize structures or provide support for temporary work platforms. They are often employed in situations where a compact lifting mechanism is required.
  6. DIY Projects: Scissors jacks are handy tools for various do-it-yourself (DIY) projects. They can be used to lift and support items during assembly, repairs, or modifications.
  7. Compact Storage: Scissors jacks are compact and easy to store, making them a popular choice for emergency kits or for those who have limited storage space.
  8. Trailers and Caravans: Scissors jacks are commonly used with trailers and caravans to level the vehicle when parked and to provide stability during occupancy.
SKU: AHS97419 Category:



Safety measures and precautions

  1. Read the User Manual: Always read and understand the user manual provided by the manufacturer. The manual contains important information about the proper use, weight capacity, and safety precautions specific to the scissors jack model.
  2. Use on Stable Ground: Place the scissors jack on a flat, stable, and solid surface. Avoid using it on uneven or soft ground that could cause the jack to shift or sink during operation.
  3. Check Weight Capacity: Ensure that the scissors jack is suitable for the weight of the vehicle or load you are lifting. Exceeding the weight capacity can lead to jack failure and poses a serious safety risk.
  4. Positioning the Jack: Place the jack at the designated lifting points specified in the vehicle’s manual. Using the wrong lifting points can cause damage to the vehicle and compromise safety.
  5. Secure the Vehicle: Before lifting, make sure the vehicle is in park (for automatic transmissions) or in gear (for manual transmissions). Additionally, engage the parking brake to prevent unintended movement.
  6. Chock the Wheels: Place wheel chocks on the opposite side of the vehicle from the side being lifted. This helps prevent the vehicle from rolling during the lifting process.
  7. Avoid Overextension: Do not extend the scissors jack beyond its recommended height. Overextension can compromise stability and lead to the jack failing under the load.
  8. Operate Smoothly: Use slow and steady movements when operating the jack. Avoid sudden or jerky motions, as they can destabilize the vehicle or load.
  9. Stay Clear of Moving Parts: Keep hands, feet, and other body parts away from moving parts of the jack during operation. Be cautious of pinch points.
  10. Use Safety Stands: When the vehicle is lifted to the desired height, use safety stands to support it before performing any work underneath. Never rely solely on the scissors jack to hold the vehicle for an extended period.
  11. Regular Inspection: Periodically inspect the scissors jack for signs of wear, damage, or rust. Replace any damaged components promptly.
  12. Proper Storage: Store the scissors jack in a cool, dry place when not in use. Avoid exposure to the elements, which can contribute to corrosion.

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  1. Dodi Sigoi

    Built to last.

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  2. Christopher

    Amazing customer service, thank you


  3. Amaki

    Can’t beat the price for this level of quality.