7,000 LB. capacity
RJ-7000 rolling jack color may vary:
blue or black
Heavy duty / commercial grade
Scissor mechanism allows for level
Compact size with a low profile
Safety lock positions
Smooth rolling action
Powder coated finish
Shipping Weight: 350 lbs.
The Atlas RJ-7000 is a heavy duty rolling jack designed to lift and support 7,000 LB. The commercial grade RJ-7000 rolling jack can be used to raise the front or rear section of a vehicle; allowing the operator of a four post above ground lift to perform wheel and brake service. Most commercial shops buy two of these hydraulic rolling jacks, so that the entire vehicle can be supported in the air at the same time.
The Atlas RJ-7000 has telescoping arms that can be extended over the runways of the four post lift. The lift pads at the end of these arms can be positioned under the LIFTING POINTS that are located over the runways of the four post lift. The Atlas RJ-7000 rolling bridge is equipped with expandable supports which adjust to fit many different brands of four post above ground lifts. These supports have a unique roller system that allows the rolling hydraulic jack to glide easily under the entire length of the vehicle. The large heavy steel wheels allow the rolling jack to be positioned under the correct lifting points in a matter of seconds.
The Atlas RJ-7000 comes standard with a set of peg style truck adapters which increases the lifting height of the lift pads. These truck adapters will allow the Atlas RJ-7000 rolling hydraulic jack to raise most pick up and larger trucks that sit higher than the average passenger car.
The Atlas RJ-7000 is equipped with an Atlas Air/Hydraulic Pump. The air/hydraulic pump requires compressed air (air compressor) to work properly.
The Atlas RJ-7000 is designed and engineered to operate on "delivered" air pressure of between 70-115 PSI
. If you exceed 115 PSI
, you may damage your jack. For more information on the recommended operating air pressure of the Atlas RJ-7000, Click Here
The Atlas RJ-7000 rolling hydraulic jack features two solid locking positions that are used when the vehicle is to be suspended above the runways. When the locks of the Atlas RJ-7000 are engaged, the pressure exerted on the hydraulic system from the weight of the vehicle is eliminated. (These locks act much like a pair of jack stands after you lift a vehicle off the ground with a service jack).