Best Floor Jack Ever- Arcan ALJ3T

  • Posted on: 23 March 2016
  • By: Mick

If you need a Floor Jack, look no further than Arcan ALJ3T Aluminum Floor Jack! I've been working on my own cars and family for over 10 years. My previous old jack I bought from Costco. I’ve been using the same floor jack for over 7 years. The price for this floor jack was $100, which is the best price for high quality and capable floor jack.

This jack is amazing! I have large 1500/2500 trucks that all weigh over 5,000 pounds. Wight its maximum pumps, we can lift the car with an extra three inches from the ground. And there is a lot more room to work under the car. The floor jack is powerful, lifting the car was like a workhorse. Like most of floor jacks, you need a little muscle to get the vehicle up.

Most guys around the community always don’t recommend the Costco Arcan and Sam's Club Michelin because they are cheap. They don’t last. But I don’t think I could find a floor jack at a better price.

The jack comes with a low lift height of 3.5 inches and the design makes it easy to use, even under the rear tire of the car. The jack features bypass and overload valves to prevent over-weight of the hydraulic ram, which prevents you from any potential risks. If you’re looking for floor jacks as your track jack, this lightweight floor jack comes up huge in maneuverability.

Last week, I joined a car show. I saw a company sell the Arcan ALJ3T to auto repair shops for $160. Furthermore, the Costco offers such a good price for this floor jack. The floor jack is over $200 but it's worth the money. I would even say the Arcan ALJ3T is the best floor jack I have ever used.

Maintaining the floor jack is also easy. The Quick Lock feature allows you to disengage and engage the handle halves easily.

The only thing I found I didn't like about it, was it is a bit heavy at a little over 100 pounds. Of course, as compared with a cheap floor jack made from metal and steel, I would like to have a professional quality aluminum floor jack. For people who are only going to use a floor jack in and around the garage, I recommend buying a heavier duty floor jack, which made from all steel or mix of steel and aluminum.

If you have any question about this floor jack, feel free to send me message below. Also if you find more high quality stuff and tip on how to use these jacks, share it on a car forum.