Lift 25,000 lbs. for Full Wheel Service Capability
Two RBJ25000 rolling bridge jacks will handle a vehicle up to 50,000 lbs. That means these jacks are over-engineered to handle offset centers of gravity on extremely heavy vehicles. Who might need bridge jacks of this caliber? For one, heavy-duty trucks and buses tend to require a bridge jack rated for more than half of the overall vehicle weight. Generally speaking, if you can safely lift a vehicle with the HDS-40 four-post lift, you can safely perform wheel service with the RBJ-25000 rolling bridge jack.
Steel contact pads
BendPak bridge jacks feature steel contact pads that are built to withstand heavy use. The four steel contact pads on each rolling bridge jack are in place to support both the axel and the lifting points of your vehicle. The jack is low-profile, so the pads fit comfortably underneath low-stance cars.
High-pressure hydraulic power unit
A powerful pneumatic-hydraulic power unit creates a dedicated power source for the rolling bridge jack. Two jacks will have separate airlines that can connect together on an airline kit. The foot pedal is air-powered, so a few simple pushes and the jack is fully lifted.
Three lock levels
Lift to three lock positions for your convenience. The higher the jack, the more undercarriage clearance you get on your four-post lift. Every rolling bridge jack offers premium safety standards at every lock position. The RBJ25000 is over-engineered to easily raise 25,000 lbs. in seconds flat.
Features & Specs
- 25,000-lb. lifting capacity
- Steal contact pads
- High-pressure hydraulic power unit
- Optional air-line kit
Min. Drive-Over Height*
Max. Lifting Height*
* Dimensions listed are taken from the upper surface of the suitable four-post lift runway.
Included commercial-grade air-hydraulic pump requires 125 psi and 10 – 20 CFM.
BendPak lifts are supplied with concrete fasteners that meet the criteria of the American National Standard ANSI/ALI ALCTV-(Current). Buyer is responsible for all charges relating to any special regional structural or seismic anchoring requirements specified by any other agencies or codes such as the Uniform Building Code (UBC) or International Building Code (IBC).