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Jacks and Jacking

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Posted: 6 years ago
I was toying with the idea of designing and making lifting brackets for my caravan which has an alko chassis, I did not like the alko ones nor the jack that they are associated with, the purpleline kojack kit looked the better option and so designed my own around a 2 ton bottle jack that can be had for £12, the brackets were made at a cost of aprox £6 each.They were fitted to my van with stainless steel bolts using the prepunched holes for the alko brackets and the jack and brackets lift the van with ease with no tilting or sliding of the jack and at only 3kg with it's own blow moulded case can be kept in either the car or the front locker
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Posted: 6 years ago
I have a scissor jack in my ford kuga, and use that for jacking my caravan and have had no problems. Try it!
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Posted: 3 months ago
I would recommend "QuickJack BL-5000SLX" in this regard because it doesn't take much space and easy to carry from one to another place. However, here you can also see the best lifters and can get one according to your requirements. On the other hand, Dannmar MaxJax could also be a good choice because it is very durable for heavy vehicles like Caravan.