Snap-on 2-Ton Floor Jack Takes Lifting To Next Level

Snap-on 2-Ton Floor Jack Takes Lifting To Next Level

The Snap-on FJ200 2-Ton Floor Jack provides accessibility to a wide range of vehicles. This powerful floor jack takes on the rigors of the professional shop environment.

Snap-on-jack-FJ200The Snap-on FJ200 2-Ton Floor Jack provides accessibility to a wide range of vehicles. This powerful floor jack takes on the rigors of the professional shop environment.

“The components of this jack are sturdy, reliable and meet the needs of our most demanding customers,” said Mike DeKeuster, Snap-on product manager. “The FJ200 is a 2-ton floor jack built for long-term use, and Snap-on has backed it up with an impressive three-year warranty.”

The FJ200 is engineered for the busiest shops, assembled with durable parts and materials for safety and reliability.

“The two most important design attributes of the jack are the contoured lift arm and front wheel retention system. The jack is designed to easily clear rocker panels when servicing low ground clearance vehicles with difficult-to-access lift points. The front wheels are an innovative improvement from previous models and feature a unique lock nut retention system with integrated grease fittings in each wheel, making them stronger than other models and easy to maintain,” said DeKeuster.

The dual-pump pistons are at the heart of the FJ200 power unit and allow the user to quickly reach the vehicle’s lift points. This hydraulic system features premium internal seals and high-performance oil for increased longevity. The professional, one-piece, padded handle features a unique spring-loaded retention pin, making handle insertion a one-step process. Another unique feature of this jack is the removable saddle, featuring a rubber pad for added vehicle protection.

For additional information, visit www.snapon.com.

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