Imagine you’re in a remote location, and your vehicle is stuck. Airbag jacks may come in extremely handy to help recover your car. Also known as exhaust jacks, they are versatile pieces of equipment.
The Thunder airbag jack kit (Exhaust operated)
To operate, dig out the area, place the airbag jack underneath the vehicle, and start raising. With such a large surface area touching the ground and the car, many rescue services around Australia have airbag jacks as part of their inventory.
We include all the equipment required to connect the bags to the exhaust, with heat-resistant gloves for safety around hot exhausts. A challenging and durable carryback to help stow the gear away quickly and be ready for use.
The Hulk airbag jack kit (exhaust operated)
This airbag jack has a safe lift of 4200kg, which gives you plenty of scopes if towing a camper trailer or caravan—made of heavy-duty PVC and with a maximum lift height of 750mm, there aren’t situations where the airbag jack won’t help with your recovery.
Like the Thunder airbag jack, there are all the fittings required to use the bag effectively. With construction via rigid PVC material, a puncture kit is provided just in case. All stored in a sturdy carry bag.
The versatility of this equipment is impressive. We have concentrated on the airbag jacks as recovery equipment for a vehicle, but there are so many other uses like holding timber in place while nailing, etc. So, could they assist you with vehicle recovery or during your DIY projects?