Bosch Automotive Service Solutions has released lightweight aluminum OTC stands, jacks and jack packs.
The company says the new stands, jacks and jack packs are constructed with durable, lightweight aircraft-grade aluminum to provide durability and longer service life. The new jacks and stands meet updated ASME PALD safety standards for portable automotive lifting devices.
The stands offer stability and holding heights from 9.5 inches up to more than 15 inches for various vehicle and service needs, according to the company. The service jacks feature a quick-lift design to get vehicles up faster with fewer pumps.
Details on the new jacks and stands follow.
Aluminum racing service jacks
New OTC racing service jacks help lift vehicles faster and higher, with added features that make them easier to use. The jacks offer two weight capacities for shop needs:
Side handles on the jacks allow for easy transport and loading for mobile service calls. Quick-lift hydraulic cylinders raise vehicles quickly with fewer pumps. A 4-foot padded lower handle protects rocker and door panels and provides maximum leverage to lift vehicles, while a rubber saddle protects the vehicle’s undercarriage and prevents slipping. The rubber saddle can be removed for an even lower profile to get under road-hugging vehicles. The jacks meet new PASE standards.
Aluminum jack stands
The new OTC lightweight jack stands offer an adjustable, broad range of holding heights with two different load capacities available:
Equipped with six different holding positions and a flat, round base, the jack stands stay steady and do not dig into soft surfaces like asphalt. A seven-inch base and two-inch saddle securely holds a vehicle’s frame or undercarriage to offer firm support during repair. The stands meet new ANSI/PASE standards.
Aluminum jack packs
Providing shops and technicians with a ready-to-go package, OTC jack packs offer an all-in-one solution in two capacities:
The new OTC aluminum stands, jacks and jack packs are now available through OTC’s distribution partners.
For more information on OTC specialty tools, visit www.OTCTools.com.
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