Best Transmission Jacks: Easily Lift Your Transmission
These top transmission jacks are a vital tool if you need to install a transmission
This 2,200-pound capacity jack has a low height for trucks with low ground clearance. It can be used on nearly all Class 7 and 8 heavy-duty trucks.
This jack is sturdy and very well-made. It features a swiveling pump handle that permits ease of operation in tight working spaces. A mounting adapter fits popular Eaton, Fuller, and RoadRanger transmissions.
This jack is prohibitively expensive for some people. You don't need such a premium jack if you work on smaller vehicles.
This jack comes with a foot-operated pump and lifting pedal to help with positioning and alignment. It's rated for 1,100 pounds and comes with a telescopic, two-stage, hydraulic arm. It fits most transmissions.
This heavy-duty steel jack is durable, very easy to assemble, and comes with a two-year warranty. You can make minute adjustments confidently and with ease. It's great for DIY jobs.
The jack is a little short for tall hoists. Also, the instructions are not very thorough, and some of the parts, such as the castors, are are not made very well.
This jack extends to a maximum height of 74 inches and has a foot-activated pump pedal. Lowered telescopic rams enable the transmission to be transferred from the jack to a work table.
This jack is well built and sturdy. It includes an overload valve that prevents it from being used beyond its rated capacity. The base is stable, and the threads are well made.
The jack may be shipped without a base plate or other parts. The clearance is very low, so it may not roll over certain lifts. It may also leak fluid.