Using the Right Jack or Jack Stand for the Job - Tomorrows Technician

Using the Right Jack or Jack Stand for the Job

Speakers

  • Justin Weideman, New Brands Merchandising Assistant, Summit Racing Equipment
  • Bob Fox, Lifting Market Manager, Sunex Tools
  • Doug Kaufman, Editor, Tomorrow's Technician

Sponsored By Summit Racing Equipment

Date: June 17, 2021

It’s a no-brainer—use the proper tools to do a job and you’ll get it done faster, better, and safer. This webinar will cover the use of specialized jacks and jack stands including transmission jacks, portable truck and lift jacks, and under-hoist stands. We’ll also cover proper operation, safety precautions, and maintenance.

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