I knew at some point I would come across a quality car jack worthy of selling in the store and boy did I find a solid one. The Obsessed Garage Car Jack made by Pit Boss is freaking legit. After years and years of using average jacks, I knew I wanted something that was built like a tank, and hands down, this is it.
You may have heard me mention this jack in past videos, and many of you have reached out to us to find out when we would have them. Well, we’ve got’em. We’ll be dropshipping these from Pit Boss or CSI (parent company) out of Indiana.
To give you perspective on how sick this jack is, it’s used in NASCAR racing, so the durability is proven. It’s a super heavy-duty and well-built tool engineered and manufactured in the good ol’ U.S. of A. I swear by this thing; it’s fantastic.
Once I got my hands on it, the first thing that excited me was the actuation of the handle and its smoothness. I put my low-mile E92 on it and was in awe of how smooth the release from the up position went. It’s evident to me that John Bickford (founder of Pit Boss) put a lot of thought into creating this thing.
I also found that it rolls around nicely on my Swisstrax tile flooring; its large front rollers make getting around the garage super easy.
If you don’t already, I’d suggest getting rubber blocks or, for you electric car bros, rubber blocks for electric vehicles.
We’re selling two versions of this car jack 1) Standard and 2) Low profile. Pretty self-explanatory: one for cars with normal suspension (high in the air) and the other for lowered cars (the correct way).
Things are getting really spicy around here; we’re getting some legit stuff in the store, and I love it.
- Weight: 50 lbs
- Low Pickup Height: 3 3/16"
- High Lift Point: 20 3/4"
- Number of strokes to Max Height: 17
- Max Lift (One Pump): 4 1/2