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Arcan Quick Rise Professional Service Jack - 3 1/2-Ton, Model# XL35

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This Arcan Quick Rise Professional Service Jack features a sleek, low profile design that allows it to effortlessly roll under low loads. This rugged steel jack is the ideal choice for professionals or do-it-yourselfers alike. Features a powerful 3 1/2-ton lifting capacity for use with almost any vehicle. Meets the 2009 ASME PALD standards for lifting equipment. Lift Capacity tons 3 1/2, Max. Lift Height in. 21 3/8, Min. Lift Height in. 3 1/2, Dimensions L x W x H in. 28 1/4 x 11 1/4 x 8 1/2, Safety Valve Yes. Lift capacity 3 1/2 tons 7,000lbs. Professional low-profile jack Minimum lift height 3 1/2in. Maximum lift height 21 3/8in. Two-stage quick rise Thick side plates and reinforced lift arm for added strength, chassis torsion and durability Dual pump pistons for a quick rise Piston dust shields prevent hydraulic contamination Bypass and overload valves prevent over extension of hydraulic ram, jack use beyond rated capacity Ball bearing-mounted rear swivel caster wheels and wide-track front wheels for maneuverability and stability 2-piece handle for easy storage
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Questions & Answers for Arcan Quick Rise Professional Service Jack - 3 1/2-Ton, Model# XL35

Question

What is the minimum weight required to bring the Jack down to it's lowest height?

asked 5 months, 1 week ago
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kwads
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This Arcan Quick Lift Professional Service Jack will come down to it's lowest height with zero weight.
answered 5 months, 1 week ago
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ProductExpert23
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answer 2
none, it should drop on its own with the valve full open.
answered 5 months, 1 week ago
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Kopperhed
 - Oklahoma
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What distant does the jack move forward when lifting something straight up or horizontal at its maximum height?

asked 5 months, 3 weeks ago
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kwads
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It will move forward during lifting process between 2 to 3 inches.
answered 5 months, 3 weeks ago
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If I jack the rear end of my truck under the differential, can I then move the truck around using this jack?

asked 2 years, 3 months ago
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mannjohn
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The Arcan Quick Lift Service Jack does not include a saddle pad or any other means to secure the vehicle for movement.
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
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ProductExpert12
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answer 2
I would not recommend doing that! Very dangerous. Put the truck on wheel dollies if you need to move it. Never use the jack.
answered 2 years, 2 months ago
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LiftedTitan
 - Hackettstown, NJ
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answer 3
it will move with a load on it. however is not really intended to roll any distance as balance is the issue. Jack seems very stable. Like the fast jack option as it gives good control of the lift.
answered 2 years, 2 months ago
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Crudgy
 - Thunder Bay
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answer 4
i dont think the saddle is deep enought to hold the differential.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
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jesse1974
 - orting, wa
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answer 5
Not really and if so then not very easily and I wouldn't recommend it. The jack probably would tip and the torque applied to it could bend or damage the mechanism. The wheels on the jack are there to allow the jack to move under the lift point as the angle changes under the lift arm. They make roller plates that you place under each tire that will allow you to move a car around in a garage or on any smooth flat surface. With the tire plates you could spin it in circles if you wanted.
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
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broward
 - Virginia Beach, VA
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answer 6
Should be capable as it is very heavy construction - PS you should not jack a veichle up by the center of the differential as the design of the differential is for the weight to be supported in the spring area. Some differentials are made of aluminum and bend easily.
answered 5 months, 3 weeks ago
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Tech725
 - Ohio
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How long is the handle?

asked 10 months ago
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MicksFamous
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The handle length is 48'' long.
answered 10 months ago
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ProductExpert5
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answer 2
50 1/2 inches, held on with a bolt which must be loosened to remove.
answered 5 months, 3 weeks ago
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Tech725
 - Ohio
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What is the width of the jack at (and including) the front wheels?

asked 9 months ago
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rabidroger
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The width of the jack, including the wheels, is 14 inches.
answered 9 months ago
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ProductExpert5
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answer 2
11 1/4 inches front wheel distance
14 inches at back wheels
answered 5 months, 3 weeks ago
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Tech725
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There are to screws, one a flat head screw and the other appears to be a socket type above the rear wheels. Then a rubber stopper on the hydraulic jack part. What are they and how much fluid does the jack hold? What is the fill level?

asked 1 year, 1 month ago
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Wineman2
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The two screws are set screws and should not be touched. Any kind of tampering with them would affect the performance of the jack. The rubber stopper is where you fill the oil. The jack comes with the oil already in it. You will only need to add when it gets low. You just need to add enough oil to cover the cylinder from the inside of the pump.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
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ProductExpert6
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answer 2
The rubber plug is the "ONLY" one you mess with. EVER!!
1} Picture the hydraulic unit as a bottle jack. Thats what it is.
2} Stand the jack upright with the handle end down.
3} Pull the rubber plug out. Fill it until oil begins to run out the hole.
4}Replace plug.
5} Bleed air using the jacks directions.
{Usually by opening the release/lowering valve enough for jacks lift arm to lower and pumping the handle a few times then closing it then trying its operation. This may need repeated several times until it operates 100%}
Read directions for bleeding it may be different on your jack.
answered 1 year ago
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JoeB52
 - Hank Town USA
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Where is filler screw and should the saddle be tightened on?

The screw attached to my saddle is loose and wobbly. Thank you
asked 1 year ago
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Sisqosasha
 - Chicago
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If you are referring to putting oil in this unit there is a little button screw, or a rubber button, on the middle of the pump normally by itself. These units come pre-oiled and you shouldn’t have to add oil to the unit. As for the saddle being tightened on, it’s up to you, it’s a personal preference.
answered 1 year ago
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ProductExpert37
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Is there a rubber pad that arcan makes that will fit in or on the saddle?

asked 1 year ago
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ajsamson
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There is not a pad available for the saddle on this unit.
answered 1 year ago
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ProductExpert5
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what is the jack itself made of?

asked 3 years, 2 months ago
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lewisakasora
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answer 1
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This Arcan quick lift service jack is made of steel.
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
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ProductExpert7
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answer 2
Steel
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
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mdlicas
 - Delta, BC
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answer 3
Steel.
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
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kerryt1
 - OKC, OK
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answer 4
Powder coated steel, but the front wheels are high impact plastic
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
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Oddjobs
 - Terre Haute, IN
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answer 5
It is good heavy (1/4 in. or better) steel.
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
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Kueks
 - Verndale, Mn.
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answer 6
All steel
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
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JRubin
 - San Diego, CA
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answer 7
Steel for sure. It's very heavy.
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
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TMAC77
 - Colorado
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answer 8
it is made of a mixture of stamped and forged steel and cast iron. The only plastic part is the Part/Warning sticker!
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
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EnterValueHere
 - Tucson, AZ
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answer 9
i think its steel
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
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jesse1974
 - orting, wa
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answer 10
This jack is all steel.
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
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Jonnyonwheels
 - Rottenchester, NY
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answer 11
High strength steel. This unit weighs about 100 pounds... It lifts the front or rear of my Class C Motorhome without breaking a sweat. Hope that helps.
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
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MamaJam
 - Kent, OH
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Is it safe to remove the two wire / coil retainers at the bottom?

I was wondering if it is safe to remove the the wire/spring retainers at the bottom of the floor jack since I will be leaving the jack in my garage and won't be transporting it anywhere. I ask because the two points are scratching my driveway flooring. I understand that this was a safety mechanism during shipment and as per the owner's manual, these wire retainers had to be removed before the jack head would even lift up.

The two springs coil attachments are at the very bottom and are at points lower than the jack trolley wheels.

Will there ever come a time that I will be required to re-install these wire/coil retainers at the bottom?

Thank you.
asked 1 year, 7 months ago
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Internalaudit
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The wire holding down the yolk assembly is the only one that should be removed. This will not need to be used again unless you would be boxing the unit for shipment. This can be removed by pressing down on the yolk and releasing the yolk slowly after removal. The 2 springs on the unit should not removed.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
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ProductExpert12
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answer 2
Those "wire/spring retainers" are used to secure the jack mechanism during shipping. You discard those as per the instructions. The ones I have seen were there to also help the jack fit inside the box/packaging. You should never have to use them again unless you intend to fit the jack back into the box.
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
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broward
 - Virginia Beach, VA
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