10 Best Scissor Jacks

Top 10 Scissor Jacks

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EazLift 48830 Pack Of ( Support Up To 7,500 Lbs. -(2 Pack) (48830))
Product Highlights:
  • effortlessly stabilizes rvs: scissor jacks have a certified 7500 lb. load capacity
  • easy to install: allows either bolt-on or weld-on installation
  • adjustable height: can be adjusted from 4-3/8-inches high to 23-3/4-inches
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Quick Products QPRVJS24 RV ( 24" Set Of 2 - Silver - Standard)
Product Highlights:
  • scissor jack raises underneath your rv to level and stabilize
  • 5,000 lb. capacity
  • maximum height of 24; retracted height 4
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LIBRA Set Of 4 ( Drill Sockets & Mounting Hardware Set)
Product Highlights:
  • stablizing and leveling your rv/trailer, remains steady on soft surfaces because of wide bow-tie base
  • includes 4 steel jacks and 1 crank handle, also include a 3/4" hex magnetic socket to raise/lower jack faster by power drill!
  • aslo include 16 pcs 3/8" mounting screws & matching 9/16" socket, a 11/36" mounting hole drill bit, one set of drilling guide sticker, everything you need for install!
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LIBRA Set Of 4 ( Drill Sockets & Hardware -Model# 26037)
Product Highlights:
  • true heavey duty 7500 lbs# capacity, made by 11ga steel. comparing others made by 14ga steel but market as "up to 7500lbs"
  • includes 4 steel jacks, 1 crank handle,and include a 3/4" hex magnetic socket to raise/lower jack faster by power drill, also include 16 pcs 3/8" self taping mounting screws and a matching 9/16" socket for easy install!
  • capacity: 7,500 lbs per jack, bolts or weld on
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LEADBRAND Black Steel Scissor ( Ratchet Handle, Oversized Base)
Product Highlights:
  • lift range from 3.85 inches to 17.4 inches; capacity of 2.5 tons (5,511 lbs)
  • oversized base width for maximum support and stability
  • heavy-duty steel frame and saddle
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Fasmov Scissor Jack15 Ton ( Ton, Black)
Product Highlights:
  • portable and easy to use
  • built for extra lifting
  • heavy duty metal frame
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Torin Big Red Steel ( (3,000 Lb) Capacity)
Product Highlights:
  • collapsible, steel scissor lift jack has a compact design that can be used as a rugged replacement jack or as an extra utility jack that can be stored in the trunk of your car
  • features a lifting range of 4-1/8" to 15-1/8" with a 1.5 ton (3,000 lb) capacity
  • engineered using a drop forged alloyed steel construction for quality and durability
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LIBRA Set Of 2 ( Drill Sockets & Mounting Screws)
Product Highlights:
  • stabilizing and leveling your rv/trailer, remains steady on soft surfaces because of wide bow-tie base
  • includes 2 steel jacks, 1 crank handle, also include a 3/4" hex magnetic socket to raise/lower jack faster by power drill, also include 8 pcs 3/8" mounting screws & extra matching socket for easy mounting!
  • capacity: 5,000 lbs per jack. bulit by same material as other brand's "up to 7500lbs"
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EDOU Scissor Jack 2 ( Socket Extension And A Ratchet Wrench)
Product Highlights:
  • specification- maximum lifting weight : 2 tons(4,409 lbs). lift operating distance from 3.86 inches to 17.32 inches. net weight :2.76kg(6.1 lbs).
  • easy to use- stable design saving strength .perfectly fits ergonomics.with the scissor jack you can easily and quickly adjust the height of your vehicle. ratchet wrenches make it easier to use.
  • material- adopt steel metal structure and solid steel shaft.no corrosion.strong base also ensures product safety, and can withstand high pressure.
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WEIZE Camper Trailer Stabilizer ( Handle -24"- 5000lbs - Set Of 2)
Product Highlights:
  • this leveling stabilizer scissor jack with a 5,000-lb capacity will keep your rv level and stable. it adjusts from 4" to 24" inches as your situation requires, and the bow-tie base steadies the jack on soft surfaces.
  • capacity: 5,000 lbs ;extended height: 24"; retracted (collapsed) height: 4";
  • tooth gear design of the scissor arms ensures straight line vertical extension and retraction,the jack raises quickly and the crank handle turns easily.

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