Ranger 5150120 6 Ton Jack Stands / Set of Two
9" Overall Length, 10.5" Overall Width, 24.5" Overall Height, Steel, Red
6 Tons of Lifting Might for Trucks and SUVs
12,000 lbs. sounds like a lot of lift from a jack stand, and we’re proud to say it is! With Ranger, you’re investing in so much more than weight capacity alone. In fact, the rated hold capacity of our jack stands is not even the number one reason to invest in the Ranger brand. Each stand is made of welded steel, while heavy-duty ratchet-and-pin safety locks and a wide base structure ensure ultimate stability at all times. A properly placed Ranger jack stand is going to hold and hold and hold, giving you the freedom to work under your vehicle worry-free.
We’re proud that our release handle can’t be clicked out of place just by any old accidental bump, so when you’re done and ready, and your vehicle’s weight has been lifted off the stand, it will take a deliberate upward motion to release the pawl.
With 24" of safe lift, your Ranger RJS-6T jack stands offer plenty of room to perform every maintenance task under the sun. Speaking of going under, the increased 9" x 10.5" dimensions of this stand base further increase stability and safety when getting underneath a vehicle.
Be sure to pick up a heavy-duty floor jack from Ranger, as well. We offer models that are low-profile and powerful enough to work in tandem with this 6-ton jack stand. Better yet, our heavy-duty floor jacks also feature increased maximum heights, so you can easily get the full, promised 24” height from the RJS-6T.
- Sold in pairs
- Welded steel construction for maximum durability
- Safety ratchet design assures stands remain locked under load
- Convenient handle and column release
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