Costco floor jack

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My local Costco currently has this. I've been told they carry this only once or twice a year. It was the Costco at the District (Tustin). You can call ahead and ask them for the Arcan ton floor jack. It will fit under your lowered car ("). My moderately low D on Stock 18s sits right above 5" at the jack points.

It was around $90

Feature list on this Ton Steel Jack:

* inch saddle height for low-clearance applications
* Maximum lift height of 21 3/8 in.
* Two Stage Quick lift pump.
* Reinforced side rails for safety and durability.
* 2 piece padded Handle
* Overall Dimensions approx 29in Long x 13in Wide.
* Shipping Weight lbs.

Sells for $ here:
http://www.amazon.com/ArcanTon-Ja/dp/BISJE8


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Mar 5th, pm
Squirrel99[OP]
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Mar 5th, pm

Which Costco floor jack should I get?

The Arcan or the Torin?

Is there much difference in quality? The Torin is in stock near me, the Arcan I'd have to wait or order online

https://www.costco.ca/arcanton-profe html

https://www.costco.ca/torinton-profe html
Mar 5th, pm
fordmaple
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Mar 5th, pm

Torin is a good brand name though this model is steel and will be heaver than the aluminum Arcan. If I had to chose I'd go with the Torin brand.

Hope this helps.
Mar 5th, pm
esq05
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Mar 5th, pm

Arcan:
Weight: kg ( lb.)

Torin:
Weight: kg (79 lb.)
I have the Arcan and its solid. Lighter is better, much easier to carry around if need be. I use it on an SUV and the maximum height of 18" or so is fine (compared to Torin which is 24").
Mar 5th, pm
vkizzle
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Mar 5th, pm

Torin comes with an adapter to life SUVs.
Mar 5th, pm
Squirrel99[OP]
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Mar 5th, pm

That weight difference makes me lean towards Arcan

Didn't realize it was that much

Thanks
Mar 5th, pm
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Mar 5th, pm

i recall instore once in awhile they go low as if i recall as someone posted here in the past
Mar 5th, pm
Webhead
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Mar 5th, pm

Either one is good. If weight is the deciding factor, Arcan.

I have the previous Torin model from Costco and it's been working well for me.
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Mar 5th, pm
CanKon
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Mar 5th, pm

Would the costco store on Overlea (donmills & eglinton) have these jacks?
Mar 5th, pm
The_Professor
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Mar 5th, pm

I have the Arcan one and use it for a mid-sized SUV and it works perfectly.
Mar 5th, pm
kchaan
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Mar 5th, pm


The arcan one is a beast. i use it for my shop and its never failed on me to this date. Had it for a bout 3 years now.
Mar 5th, pm
vkizzle
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Mar 5th, pm

Squirrel99 wrote: ↑ That weight difference makes me lean towards Arcan

Didn't realize it was that much

Thanks
Why are you picking it up when it has wheels to be rolled around?
Mar 5th, pm
Squirrel99[OP]
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Mar 5th, pm

vkizzle wrote: ↑ Why are you picking it up when it has wheels to be rolled around?
To store it if I run out of room
Mar 5th, pm
bassbindevil
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Mar 5th, pm

I bought a Torin floor jack in the early s from Costco (came with two bonus jack stands). (Don't remember the exact model, but it was black, had the foot pedal quick-lift feature, and had enough lift for a 4x4.) After a few years and occasional use (and being stored in the dry), it started sagging under load. I didn't try replacing the seals, just gave it away on Freecycle. It weighed a lot (nearly 80 pounds), which made it hard to move around on dirt or gravel surfaces. I'd look for a lighter weight jack if I was shopping for one today, so of the two, I'd pick the Arcan.
Mar 5th, pm
MasterMK
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Mar 5th, pm

Mine is Black Jack Tons aluminum and Steel, brought it from Costco when it was $99 few years a go. It looks similar to Arcan. I say lighter is much better when you store it in basement. If you leave it in shed, it can get stolen. Mine is heavy even if its 59 lbs, imagine how much 79 lb could do on you back stability. I would go for Arcan.

Arcan won't probably move freely as Torin on wheel design, but then again you don't want jack slipping and sliding.
Mar 5th, pm
macrossr
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Mar 5th, pm

I use arcan its much lighter than torin
Mar 5th, pm
IcarusLSC
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Mar 5th, pm

Arcon, much lighter, easier to use.
How low is your vehicle? The Torin one will go in further underneath before hitting anything
Mar 5th, pm
GrantK
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Mar 5th, pm

I bought the Torin last year. I was planning on getting a pick up in the future, but for now I am using it on my IS It is rock solid and doesn't complain about lifting the car's weight like my 10 year old Mastercraft ton jack does. Yeah it is heavy and bringing it out from the basement twice a year isn't necessarily fun, but it isn't too bad. Just think of it as getting your deadlifts in for the day ;)
Mar 5th, pm
geokilla
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Mar 5th, pm

Stupid question but why does the Arcan one have that soft looking jack pad while the Torin one doesn't? Does it make a difference when jacking up the car?
Mar 7th, am
nickgritz
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Mar 7th, am

all these jacks are made by Torin blackjack, Arcan, BigRedetc.

They all seem to be good quality. Dont stress on name brand too much. The lower profile jack will work better for sports cars or car with lower spoiler kits that will come into contact with lifting arm potentially cracking the plastic.

I have had my Torin branded Costco jack for almost 20 years. Still working great.
Mar 7th, am
ES_Revenge
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Mar 7th, am

Squirrel99 wrote: ↑ That weight difference makes me lean towards Arcan

Didn't realize it was that much

Thanks
Alum & steel v. all-steel is where the difference comes from. However what are you lifting with it? If it's just a regular car you can even use a ton all-alum jack and be perfectly fine and have it be quite lightweight. If you're lifting an CUV/SUV (and no I don't mean a cute-ute or wannabeSUV) then you'll need something both with more capacity and lift height though.

Even then I've used a ton all-alum low-profile jack to lift a Q5 before, though not very high--it's enough to lift a corner and change a wheel but that's about it and I wouldn't use it for that on a frequent basis.

As the poster above says, most of these China-made jacks are all made in the same places regardless of brand. All are the same or clones of each other being made in similar facilities in China. Brand shouldn't matter too much but if you want lightweight you'll want to go with something that's either alum or alum & steel mix. All-steel is perhaps more "heavy duty" but if you're just a "home user" that will use it occasionally I see no reason to buy all-steel.
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Arcan XL 3 Ton Professional Steel Floor Jack

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If you're one that enjoys working on your car, then it may be a good idea to get a good floor jack like the Arcan XL 3 Ton Professional Steel Floor Jack to properly lift your car. Its low profile can easily fit under smaller vehicles that sit closer to the ground like sports cars and roadsters, but it also has a high lift height for larger vehicles as well. The Arcan XL 3 Ton Professional Steel Floor Jack can save you a lot of time especially if you like to change your oil ever miles or rotate your tires. Doing your own oil changes and other car-related maintenance can save you a lot of money from having to bring your car to the mechanic or dealership where they charge you a premium. When jacking your car, just be sure to take the proper safety precautions and use chock blocks and jack stands to prevent your car from rolling over and/or collapsing. And never get underneath your car whose weight is being supported by a floor jack.


Easily lift your car with the Arcan XL 3 Ton Professional Steel Floor Jack
Easily lift your car with the Arcan XL 3 Ton Professional Steel Floor Jack

Here are the specs:

Arcan XL 3 Ton Professional Steel Floor Jack Product Info

Costco Item#:
Costco Price: $
Found at: Costco in Redwood City, CA ( Middlefield Rd.)
(price and availability may vary per Costco location)
Costco - Arcan XL 3 Ton Professional Steel Floor Jack: great for working in the garage or on your car
Arcan XL 3 Ton Professional Steel Floor Jack: great for working in the garage or on your car

Deal for the Arcan XL 3 Ton Professional Steel Floor Jack at Costco
Deal for the Arcan XL 3 Ton Professional Steel Floor Jack at Costco

Arcan Professional Tools

    Key Features:
  • Extra low profile design allows jack access where competitors can't
  • Lift range 3" to "
  • Heavy duty all steel construction
  • Safety valve prevents overloading
  • Net weight lbs
  • Dual pump for rapid lift to the load
  • Universal joint release mechanism provides precise control
  • 2 piece handle with bumper pad
  • Complies with ASME PASE safety standard
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