Most of us own lowered sport trucks, which we pride ourselves on maintaining and modifying at home. Isn't it ironic that most of us also don't own a jack that fits our lowered lifestyle? I can't believe it never occurred to me to seek out a tool like this in the past. I didn't even know it existed until I spotted it while perusing the trucks inside of Scott's Hot Rods in Oxnard, California.
The Mac Tools 2-ton low-profile service jack (part number JSA200LCX) is perfect for lifting airbagged or static-dropped trucks safely. At $419.99, it's not cheap by any stretch of the imagination. Then again, how much is your personal safety worth? This is a jack that will eliminate the need to teeter your truck on wooden blocks or other roughshod ways of getting the chassis high enough off the ground so that you can fit your bulky jack underneath it.
This photo says it all: the Mac jack lifting pad is slightl more than 2 inches from the fl
The jack is also long, which makes positioning the lifting pad way under the truck to reac
While even this jack won't help much if you have a rocker-draggin' sport truck, the averag