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New Foot for Hi-Lift Jack

Posted by Richard Bogert on

Safe Jack is coming out with a solid steel foot for the Hi-Lift type jack that will replace the cast iron foot shown or the stamped sheet metal foot found on some Hi-Lift and Import jacks. It will be a universal replacement for these and a replacement for the foot on the First Responder jack. The steel foot won't crack like the cast iron foot or bend like the sheet metal feet found on import units.

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New Foot for Hi-Lift Jack

Posted by Richard Bogert on

Safe Jack is coming out with a solid steel foot for the Hi-Lift type jack that will replace the cast iron foot shown or the stamped sheet metal foot found on some Hi-Lift and Import jacks. It will be a universal replacement for these and a replacement for the foot on the First Responder jack. The steel foot won't crack like the cast iron foot or bend like the sheet metal feet found on import units.

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JACK PAINT AND CALIFORNIA

Posted by Richard Bogert on

We had a customer complain recently about the paint used on the Omega jacks we use with our SAFE JACK products. He complained that the label said that the paint contained lead. It was my understanding that the paint used did not contain lead but then why the label? The following is an explanation from SFA.  Mr Bogert,        I believe that your customer is asking you about the Proposition 65 warning that we put on all of our products.  Proposition 65 is a requirement for products sold in California that may contain chemicals that the State of...

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Bottle Jacks - Mitigating the danger element!!

Posted by Richard Bogert on

Review by Jeremy Curtis of Ohio, 4-27-2017 I’m curious to see how you all are using your bottle jack on the trails or in your driveway.  I only use my bottle jack on the trails but am looking to see if anyone is doing anything unique with storage and safe usage with their jacks on the trail. I have always been a little nervous whenever I use my bottle jack.  Common thoughts that run through my mind are:     1) Is the ground too soggy or unstable?  2) Will the jack slip off the mounting point or tip over?  3) Was...

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New Video Featuring SAFE JACK "Make It In Washington"

Posted by Richard Bogert on

SAFE JACK as part of the Bogert Group of companies has participated in the "Make It In Washington" project. Please take a couple of minutes see what we and other fine manufacturers are doing in the state.  https://youtu.be/Xk7PgibxAOU

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