Transmission and Clutch Jacks
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A transmission jack allows precise work with optimal safety features when you need to lift, lower, and position a transmission for repairs or installation. Our selection of jacks from top trusted brands like Ranger, OTC, Sunex, and more offer models that boast capacities ranging from 600 pounds to 4,000 pounds. Whether you're a professional mechanic or a DIY vehicle connoisseur, we have a jack to support your volume of work.
The Ranger RTJ-1100 ½ Ton Capacity model is an excellent jack for small and large shops built with the same heavy-duty materials as larger model jacks so you can transfer and install transmissions and drive-train components weighing up to 1,100 pounds. Its 24-inch base makes it exceptionally efficient in small spaces when you don't want the area cluttered with equipment. Hydraulic floor style, telescopic, and 2-stage transmission jacks make up just a portion of our inventory so that you can find the best jack for your needs.
Each with its unique features and benefits, the type of jack you choose can speed up the project's duration and ensure unmatched precision. Telescopic jacks, for example, do the heavy lifting as they come in various sizes that can easily transfer transmissions from the jack to the work table. The Omega clutch jack can make clutch removal and alignment a simple one-person job.
When shopping for your transmission jack, it's important to consider the weight of your vehicle's transmission system. Different jacks offer varying weight capacities as well as certain safety features that may be an asset to your shop. If you plan on servicing large vehicles in a shop with in-ground or above-the-floor vehicle hoists, high lift transmission jacks will provide you with a safe and maneuverable working environment. You don't need to invest in a brand-new transmission jack if you already have a service jack - an adapter can expand the productivity of your service jack without requiring you to buy a new jack.
You can buy with confidence with business financing and free shipping available on select models. Finding the perfect jack isn't always easy when there are so many great options. If you need assistance, please call us, and our knowledgeable automotive professionals will be happy to help.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the best transmission jack?
Having the right transmission jack is important if you will be removing or installing transmissions in vehicles. The right transmission jack will vary from person to person, but each type of jack has its own benefits. Low-lift transmission jacks are perfect for trucks with low ground clearance and can be used on nearly all Class 7 and 8 heavy-duty trucks. Our telescoping jacks are available in a variety of sizes and can transfer transmissions from the jack to a work table with ease. Already have a service jack, and don't want to invest in a separate transmission jack? With a transmission jack adapter, you can easily transform your service jack into a transmission jack. No matter which type of transmission jack you choose, make sure it is able to handle the weight of the transmission system used within the types of vehicles you will be working on. Each jack has its own weight rating, and it is important to take this into consideration when purchasing a jack.
What is a transmission jack used for?
Transmission jacks are used to install a new transmission or remove an old transmission from your vehicle. Transmission jacks are used in conjunction with car lifts to accomplish this task. When choosing a transmission jack, you want to consider the weight capacity and built in safety mechanisms of your jack, including stability and maneuverability. Your jack should be able to support the weight of your vehicle's transmission system, as using the wrong jack can lead to dangerous conditions.