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Pro-Lift F-767 Grey Low Profile Floor Jack – 2 Ton Capacity

(10 customer reviews)

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Extra low profile
Lifting range of 3-1/2 inches to 14 inches
Patented bypass device protects against over pumping for safe operations
Built-in safety valve provides overload protection. Rust Resistant
Heavy duty steel construction provides long term durability

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Brand Pro-Lift


Pro-Lift F-767 Grey Low Profile Floor Jack – 2 Ton Capacity


Pro-Lift F-767 Grey Low Profile Floor Jack – 2 Ton Capacity

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Our ProLift hydraulic automotive jacks, lifts and garage equipment range will cater to many ‘do it yourself’ enthusiast. The product line includes bottle jacks, floor jacks, garage jacks, aluminum jacks. scissor jack, lawn mower lifts, utility lifts, chokes, dirt bike lift, creepers, mechanic seats and more! Explore our range on the products page.

ProLift has become a global presence in the go to automotive garage maintenance equipment with locations in the United States, The Netherlands, Taiwan and Australia. We create dependable and reliable performance hydraulic equipment.

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Additional information




Item Weight

30 pounds

Product Dimensions

17.91 x 5.32 x 8.47 inches


Item model number


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Manufacturer Part Number






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Date First Available

August 3, 2013

10 reviews for Pro-Lift F-767 Grey Low Profile Floor Jack – 2 Ton Capacity

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    Robert T. Roxbury

    THE JACKS THEY PUT IN THE CARS TODAY ARE MEANT FOR YOUNGER PEOPLE. IT IS VERY DIFFICULY TO JACK UP THE CAR WITH THE CAR JACK. Yes I am 75v years old but I exercise often to keep myself flexible at the most. You wont be sorry buying this jack..

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    It’s bigger than i expected. I would rate this 4 stars but being under 40 dollars, i would say its worth it. HOWEVER, paint is kinda cheap and my lever came bended. Im not sure its suppose to be bend but it stills handles like a champ (for now). Recommended for lower cars A+. Also, one of the wheels was off so i had to put that back on and luckily, the manual shows a diagram disassemble.

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    J. Plunk

    This appears to be good quality. Worked right out of the box. I was surprised the handle wasn’t longer– that’s my only complaint but I’m sure it tells the handle length in the description and I just missed it. I shopped around a LOT before buying this jack. I needed a low profile one and didn’t want to spend a lot of money or get a piece of junk. Oh I accidentally threw away the carry handle which doesn’t come screwed on for some reason. Always use jack stands if you are getting under the vehicle!

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    Kentucky J.C.

    I hate those cheap scissor jacks that come with cars designed and approved by men too rich to change their own tires. I didn’t want to pay a fortune either. It’s already been used and was quick and slid under my low Acura 3.0. But lifted easily high enough to get the job done and could’ve went much higher. Read the instructions on the release. Solid heavy steel. I can live with thick plastic wheels.

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    This isn’t a jack for heavy use. It does the job for home gamers like me, with the need to lift my car maybe once a year. Get something more sturdy if you need to regularly work on your vehicle.

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    Popsicle Toes

    Ok here’s the story- A couple years ago, spent the day boarding, I blew a tire on debris on the way home- ugh! No signal! I never realized how difficult it was to change a tire using the standard issued cranking jack. I am not big in stature. I do not have a lot of strength in my arms. Took me over an hour to change the tire. (Slippery, long handled, awkward). I swore, never again! I found this compact jack- threw this in the Subie hoping never to have to use it.Flash forward-Remote logging trail…punctured side wall, no signal. The compact, light weight, low clearance features made all the difference. A couple of pumps and we are off and running trails again.I know some have given less stars. I hope to only use this on the rare misadventure. This jack has replaced the mfg issued crank style scissor jack in my light SUV.

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    I actually had to check the box to see if it was made in China, because it is much higher quality than I expected. Heavy (in a good way), but can be carried single handed. The wheels are well made as well (and smooth). You can store the jack handle by pushing the grip between the frame and lift arm. It can be lowered very slowly if you open the valve slowly, and stop it at any point during the drop. The picture looks exactly like the product I received; not the least bit cheap, e.g. quality paint, etc. Definitely worth the price.

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    Love this jack/lift. I have a low profile Porsche 981 Boxster I like to work on, and this product works perfectly. I have a pretty narrow two car garage, so when mine and my wife’s cars are both in the garage, it doesn’t leave a lot of room. This jack is small enough that I can lift the corners of the car to do maintenance, remove wheels, or whatever else I may want to do. Great buy!

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    Great little jack to keep in my trunk for emergency purposes.I drive a little ‘ol Miata and I don’t want to be lugging around my 70-pound Harbor Freight jack in the trunk. The PO also misplaced the factory scissor jack, so I picked up one of these compact trolley jacks.While this jack works completely as intended, I would recommend to not “daily” this jack for all your DIY repairs/mods. Get a jack with a wider jack pad and where the caster wheels are more spread out to better evenly distribute the weight of your vehicle.And please, it’s common sense…whether you get a small, compact trolley jack or a heavy-duty jack, purchase some jack stands. Never lift a vehicle with only the jack.

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    Full disclosure; I returned this. But not because it was a bad purchase, it seemed like a strong, quality floor jack. It worked smoothly and well.The only problem was I drive a lifted Jeep Wrangler and the 15” of lift this jack offers at maximum extension couldn’t get a tire off the ground. Guess I should have paid attention to the “Low Profile” in the name.Should be perfect for normal cars though.

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