Atlas® RJ-6 Rolling Air/Hydraulic Center Jack 6,000 Lbs. Capacity
and Truck Adapters
The "wheels free" system that is built into many of the Atlas® scissor lifts is designed to reach and lift most vehicles. Some customers like to use the rolling jacks to lift either the front or the rear of the vehicle at one time.
Whether you are fan of the Atlas® "wheels free" system or enjoy the versatility offered by the rolling jacks, Greg Smith Equipment has the solution for you. Many customers buy the alignment racks with the "wheels free" option and also buy one or two of the Atlas® RJ-6 rolling jacks so they are prepared for any vehicle that needs wheel service.
Important: The Atlas® RJ-6 is designed and engineered to operate on "delivered" air pressure of between 70-105 PSI. If you exceed 105 PSI, you may damage your jack. For more information on the recommended operating air pressure of the Atlas® RJ-6, Click Here.
|Atlas® RJ-6 Rolling Jack Specifications|
|Maximum Width||64 1/2"|
|Maximum Working Width||31 1/2" - 49 1/2"|
|Minimum Width||30 1/2"|
Distance Between Runway Capability:
|First Locking Position||7 1/4"|
|Second Locking Position||15"|
|Minimum Pad Height||3 1/2"|
|Maximum Lifting Height||17 5/8"|
|Maximum Capacity||6,000 LB.|
|Recommended Operating Pressure (PSI)||70-105 PSI|
|Shipping Weight||350 LBS.|
- 6,000 LB. capacity
- Heavy duty / commercial grade
- Scissor mechanism allows for level lifting
- Compact size with a low profile
- Stack on truck adapters included
- Safety lock positions
- Smooth rolling action
- Adapter storage
- Powder coated finish
- Shipping Dimensions: 36" x 19" x 17"
- Shipping Weight: 350 LBS.
Ratings & Reviews
Fits my Dannmar D7X 4 post lift.
Had a hard time with some of the dimensions etc. and picking the right one for my lift as no one keeps a list of which jacks fit which lifts and the dimensions are a bit ambiguous. This one is perfect and works well on my lift. There is a clearance issue with a few of the cars I put on the lift, in that in it's closed position, this rolling jack is still too tall to go under the car with the pads on. On my lift this is no big deal because it is long enough to accommodate the car and the rolling jack in front of it. On the low cars, if I want to use it, I have to take the pads off and then get it into position, extend the arms beyond the car before putting the pads back on. No real unsolvable problems yet. I only wish the air pump pedal was attached to the jack as it kind of flops around on there. It does allow for me to attach it myself, I just haven't gotten to it yet. I'd buy this again.