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What are the parts of a trolley jack?

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Trolley jack saddle

Car and trolley jacks, axle stands, bottle jack, trolley jack, racing jack, vehicles, maintenance, mechanics, DIYers, wonkee donkee, hydraulic. Trolley jacks have a saddle that is placed under the vehicle to enable lifting.

Trolley jack lifting arm

Lifting arm The lifting arm is connected to the saddle and raises when pumped. This gives the jack its maximum extension.

Trolley jack cover plate

Car and trolley jacks, axle stands, bottle jack, trolley jack, racing jack, vehicles, maintenance, mechanics, DIYers, wonkee donkee, hydraulic. The cover plate is used to protect the hydraulic system from any damage.

Trolley jack release valve

Car and trolley jacks, axle stands, bottle jack, trolley jack, racing jack, vehicles, maintenance, mechanics, DIYers, wonkee donkee, hydraulic. The release valve can be opened by turning it anti-clockwise. To close it, simply turn the valve clockwise.

Opening the release valve allows pressure to be released, drawing the oil back into the reservoir. Closing the release valve will enable the jack to be ready for lifting.

Trolley jack filler plug or screw

Car and trolley jacks, axle stands, bottle jack, trolley jack, racing jack, vehicles, maintenance, mechanics, DIYers, wonkee donkee, hydraulic. The filler screw or plug can be removed to add oil/lubrication to the reservoir.

Trolley jack piston assembly (Pump piston & cylinder)

Car and trolley jacks, axle stands, bottle jack, trolley jack, racing jack, vehicles, maintenance, mechanics, DIYers, wonkee donkee, hydraulic. Once the handle is lifted, the piston raises, bringing oil into the cylinder.

Moving the handle downwards will push oil into the main cylinder, which raises the lifting arm.

Trolley jack reservoir

Car and trolley jacks, axle stands, bottle jack, trolley jack, racing jack, vehicles, maintenance, mechanics, DIYers, wonkee donkee, hydraulic. The oil reservoir is located on the inside of the jack where the oil is stored.

Trolley jack carry handle

Car and trolley jacks, axle stands, bottle jack, trolley jack, racing jack, vehicles, maintenance, mechanics, DIYers, wonkee donkee, hydraulic. This is for the user to easily carry and transport the jack.

Trolley jack socket

Car and trolley jacks, axle stands, bottle jack, trolley jack, racing jack, vehicles, maintenance, mechanics, DIYers, wonkee donkee, hydraulic.. The jack handle will slot into the socket and enable the user to pump the jack to lift a load.

Trolley jack castor wheels

Car and trolley jacks, axle stands, bottle jack, trolley jack, racing jack, vehicles, maintenance, mechanics, DIYers, wonkee donkee, hydraulic. Castors are wheels designed to fit on to the bottom of larger objects. A trolley jack contains castors that swivel 360 degrees to easily move the jack in any direction without changing its orientation.
Car and trolley jacks, axle stands, bottle jack, trolley jack, racing jack, vehicles, maintenance, mechanics, DIYers, wonkee donkee, hydraulic. Trolley jacks usually also have large front wheels for stability while lifting.

Trolley jack frame

Car and trolley jacks, axle stands, bottle jack, trolley jack, racing jack, vehicles, maintenance, mechanics, DIYers, wonkee donkee, hydraulic. The frame surrounds the hydraulic system connecting each individual part.

Trolley jack handle

Car and trolley jacks, axle stands, bottle jack, trolley jack, racing jack, vehicles, maintenance, mechanics, DIYers, wonkee donkee, hydraulic. The handle enables pumping to lift a load – it is also used to open and close the release valve.
Car and trolley jacks, axle stands, bottle jack, trolley jack, racing jack, vehicles, maintenance, mechanics, DIYers, wonkee donkee, hydraulic. Located at the bottom of the handle is a bayonet connector with an individual pin which will be inserted into an L-shaped slot on the socket.

Trolley jack levelling arm

Car and trolley jacks, axle stands, bottle jack, trolley jack, racing jack, vehicles, maintenance, mechanics, DIYers, wonkee donkee, hydraulic. The levelling arm is attached to the bottom of the saddle and side of the frame to make the lift more stable.