SEMA 2016: The QuickJack is better than ever with versatile options
When it comes to the SEMA show, it’s about the best place to go if you’re ...
When it comes to the SEMA show, it’s about the best place to go if you’re looking for the biggest, newest, and most quirky inventions to come to the world of the automotive marketplace. Some of these new products are really groundbreaking.
This time, we check out an invention that could be mighty helpful in the garage. Companies left and right have been trying to come up with a replacement for the floor jack forever and this might be something that we could see popping up in garages across the country.
One of those replacements that popped up at SEMA was actually pretty appealing. A company known as BendPak has been tweaking away at their DIY lifting systems and their QuickJack is the result, providing something that promises to be compact, portable, and affordable all at once. It certainly looks more appealing than crawling around on your knees and fiddling with a hydraulic jack.
Check out the video below from the 2016 SEMA show that will give you the rundown on what you can expect to see from such a system. Would you and invest him one of these devices? If all works out as promised, it really looks like it could be a lot more convenient to use than a traditional jack.