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Torin Long Ram Hydraulic Jack - 3 Ton, Clevis Bottom Style, Model# T30306

Item# 144878
The 3 Ton Torin Long Ram Hydraulic Jack is the ideal replacement jack for use on hydraulic cranes, engine hoists and a wide variety of other applications. This single piston jack features a slow release function and provides a long lift range with over 19in. of adjustable stroke. Mounts directly onto shop cranes. 100 factory vertical load tested for reliability and safety. Vertical use only. Meets ASME PASE safety standards. Base L x W in. 4 3/4 x 4 9/16, Lift Capacity tons 3, Max. Lift Height in. 43 7/8, Pistons qty. 1, Min. Lift Height in. 24 3/8. Universal mount requirements for Item#s 144878, 144877, 144876, 144875, 144422, 144421, 14430806 30mm cylinder rod dia. Requires a 16mm dia. clevis pin for top cylinder rod mount point Universal mount requirements for Item#s 144878, 144877, 144876, 144875, 14430806 Requires a 16mm dia. clevis pin for bottom clevis mount point 6,000lb. capacity 24 3/8in. min. to 43 7/8in. max. lift range
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Questions & Answers for Torin Long Ram Hydraulic Jack - 3 Ton, Clevis Bottom Style, Model# T30306

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What is the space between the mounting tabs at the bottom?

How wide is the gap between the bottom mounting tabs?
asked 5 months, 1 week ago
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The space between the tabs of the clevis is .75".
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Is there a rebuild kit (O-rings & etc) for these rams?

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A rebuild kit for this hydraulic jack is not available from Northern Tool. Replacement parts are available from the manufacturer.
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What is the inside distance between lower pin mounting tabs & distance across flats on shaft pin hole?

asked 2 years, 2 months ago
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 - Vernon, Ca
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The closed pin center distance is 24 11/16" inches the hydraulic ram casing diameter is 2 7/8" inches and the mounting holes are 5/8" inches and would take up to a 3" inch bolt minimum.
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What is the diameter of the jack cylinder body?

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The diameter of this jack cylinder body is 4.55 inches.
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will this jack function at an angle of 45 degrees?

asked 2 years, 10 months ago
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This item is intended to be used in a vertical position with very little inclination due to loss of hydraulic fluid.
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Can this jack be used with either end up?

One of the answers stated that the jack must be used vertically, but it didn't state what amount of inclination is acceptable (many lifts have the ram at 45˚ or less). Nor does does the previous answer indicate whether either end can be upwards in the vertical orientation. And if some amount of inclination is acceptable, does the pumping handle need to be in a specific orientation? For example, if the ram can be mounted on a lift at 30 degrees from vertical (60 degrees from horizontal), with the pumping mechanism at the bottom end of the ram, does the pumping mechanism also need to be oriented in a specific way, for example, on the left side, right side, top side, or underside of the cylinder?
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Nekoninda
 - New Mexico
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The manufacturer does not recommend any degree of inclination. They are intended to be used in a vertical position with very little inclination due to loss of hydraulic fluid.
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Can this jack be operated horizontal?

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The Torin long ram jacks are intended to be operated in a vertical position.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
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no
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where was this item made ?

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This Torin jack is made in China.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
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Item was made in China.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
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 - farragut, Iowa
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How wide are the tabs the bottom bolt goes through?

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How wide are the ears where you bolt the bottom on? My hoist only has 2" of room, will this fit?
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 - Nevada
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The width of the ears where the pin goes through is 2 1/4".
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What is ram shaft size (dia.) and Hole size in ram and base?

asked 3 years, 8 months ago
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GeoB
 - Ogden, Utah
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The ram shaft is 1" and the bolt holes are 5/8".
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