The large rubber saddle sits underneath the vehicle and lifts the load. The rubber protects the saddle from damaging the vehicle.
Racing jack lifting arm
The lifting arm gives the racing jack its maximum extension. Connected to the saddle, it raises when pumped by the user.
Racing jack castor wheels
With synthetic castors attached to the bottom of the jack, the wheels turn 360 degrees which enables easy movement underneath a vehicle.
Synthetic front wheels give the racing jack stability while lifting.
Racing jack carry handles
A handle is attached to both sides of the jack and at the rear end for the user to easily carry and transport.
Racing jack handle
The jack handle slots into the socket which then locks into place with a set screw. The jack handle is used to pump the jack to lift a load. Located on the bottom of the handle is a square drive which fits over the release valve when placed into the socket.
The handle for the racing jack consists of two parts. The top part of the handle which contains a spring clip: this slides into the bottom part of the handle with the spring clip slotting into the openings.
Racing jack frame
The frame is the structure that surrounds the racing jack to make it rigid and hold everything together.
Racing jack socket
The socket allows the handle to slot in and enable the user to pump the jack. The socket contains a set screw so when the handle is in place it can be locked.
Racing jack handle set screw
On the outside of the socket there is a set screw which can be turned clockwise and anti-clockwise. When the handle is in the socket, turning the screw clockwise will lock the handle.
Racing jack filler screw
The filler screw can be removed so the user is able to add oil/lubrication to the jack.
Racing jack release valve
The release valve is located inside the handle socket. The handle contains a square drive which is used to turn the release valve. Turning the handle clockwise closes the valve, turning anti-clockwise opens the valve.