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Old 08-30-2006, 07:56 AM
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I have a Kwiklift drive up lift in my garage. I have purchased several jacks to raise up rear end to extend legs. Problem is most of the " Quick Pump" jacks that I have bought only pump quick until they are under load then it is back to many slow pumps. Do any other Kwiklift owners have a better solution?? Kwiklift does offer a air operated jack but it is $350.00 plus freight. Jack must go from about 3 " to almost 19" for lift to work properly. . . THANKS... DAVE

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Old 08-30-2006, 09:31 PM
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Kwiklift also has a regular hydraulic pump jack that extends to the required height to raise the rear of the lift high enough to engage the legs. I got mine a few years ago so don't know the current price. But just give Danny a call at K.L. and I'm sure he can fix you right up.
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Cboy: Thanks for input. We see Danny a lot at shows but I am still trying to find a quick way without pumping jack. I have talked to a number of people who have the air operated jack and they say WOW what a difference.... THANKS
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